“Scott Walker, Please Come Home” says Major Wisconsin Editorial

DAILY KOS The headline just says it all. Things are so bad here in the Legislature that the newspaper is begging Scott Walker to come home, if only for a short time.This isn’t from The Onion, but from the most highly read Wisconsin newspaper, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. One that has endorsed Scott Walker, tends… More “Scott Walker, Please Come Home” says Major Wisconsin Editorial

Supreme Court Rejects Challenge To Wisconsin Voter ID Law

TPM LiveWire WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court on Monday turned away a challenge to Wisconsin’s voter identification law, after having blocked the state from requiring photo IDs in November’s general election. The justices’ action means the state is free to impose the voter ID requirement in future elections, and is further evidence that the… More Supreme Court Rejects Challenge To Wisconsin Voter ID Law

Scott Walker’s plan for Wisconsin education: Slash it to the bone

Daily Kos As Gov. Scott Walker ramps up his 2016 presidential campaign, he’s using Wisconsin to show what he’d like to do to the entire United States of America. Right now, his budget—the one that would cut $300 million from universities while including $220 million in bonds for a professional basketball arena—is being debated, and… More Scott Walker’s plan for Wisconsin education: Slash it to the bone

With Voter ID Law On Hold, Wisconsin Republican Urges Supporters To ‘Challenge’ Voters At The Polls

Think Progress MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN—Less than one week after the Supreme Court delayed the implementation of Wisconsin’s voter ID law until after the midterm elections, a GOP official urged Republican activists to take matters into their own hands to prevent voter fraud. Milwaukee County’s Republican Elections Commissioner Rick Baas warned a crowd of volunteers and supporters… More With Voter ID Law On Hold, Wisconsin Republican Urges Supporters To ‘Challenge’ Voters At The Polls

10 things you need to know today: October 10, 2014

The Week Malala Yousafzai and Kailash Satyarthi win the Nobel Peace Prize, the Supreme Court blocks Wisconsin’s voter ID law, and more 1. Malala Yousafzai and Kailash Satyarthi win the Nobel Peace Prize Children’s rights activists Malala Yousafzai of Pakistan and Kailash Satyarthi of India jointly won the Nobel Peace Prize on Friday. Yousafzai, 17,… More 10 things you need to know today: October 10, 2014

Militia Group Plans To Target African-American Democrats At Polling Places In Wisconsin

  Correct me if I’m wrong but isn’t this similar to KKK  tactics of the 50’s? PoliticusUSA A militia group in Wisconsin is planning to target African-American Democrats at polling places in order to suppress the vote and keep Republican governor Scott Walker in office. Here is a Twitter exchange where the group details their plan:… More Militia Group Plans To Target African-American Democrats At Polling Places In Wisconsin

Secret $700,000 Donation Has Scott Walker Scrambling to Address ‘Appearance of Corruption’

  The Nation When Gogebic Taconite LLC began moving in November 2010—the same month Scott Walker was elected governor of Wisconsin—to develop an open-pit iron mine in one of the most environmentally sensitive regions of northern Wisconsin, the Florida-based mining firm got a lot of pushback. Residents of the region objected, along with Native American… More Secret $700,000 Donation Has Scott Walker Scrambling to Address ‘Appearance of Corruption’

Republican Voter Fraud Found as Scott Walker Supporter Charged With 13 Felonies In Wisconsin

Hilarious… PoliticusUSA It turns out that voter fraud is real. A Republican Scott Walker supporter in Wisconsin has been charged with 13 felony counts related to voter fraud. According to WisPolitics.com: Robert Monroe, a 50-year-old Shorewood health insurance executive, was charged Friday with 13 felonies related to his voting a dozen times in five elections between… More Republican Voter Fraud Found as Scott Walker Supporter Charged With 13 Felonies In Wisconsin

Maddow: Today was a bad day for governors who want to be president someday

The Raw Story Rachel Maddow crossed the aisle Thursday night, pointing out that today was not a very good day for three governors — two Republicans, one a Democrat — who have their eyes on the White House prize in the very near future. Governors Scott Walker of Wisconsin, Chris Christie of New Jersey, and… More Maddow: Today was a bad day for governors who want to be president someday

Breaking News! Prosecutors: Scott Walker at the Center of a “Criminal Scheme” (Update)

Anyone surprised at this outcome?  I’m not… Daily Kos OMG! 200 pages of documents have been unsealed by a Federal Judge in one of the 4 legal efforts to shut down John Doe II – a secret investigation looking at whether or not there was illegal coordination between RW dark money groups and recall campaigns… More Breaking News! Prosecutors: Scott Walker at the Center of a “Criminal Scheme” (Update)