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Latest Scott Walker Items
Republicans in the Wisconsin Assembly took the first significant action on their plan to strip collective bargaining rights from most public workers, abruptly passing the measure early Friday morning before sleep-deprived Democrats realized what was happening.
Wisconsin state troopers were dispatched Thursday to try to find at least one of the 14 Senate Democrats who have been on the run for eight days to delay a vote on Republican Gov. Scott Walker's proposal to strip collective bargaining rights from nearly all public employees.
Wisconsin union rallies are about to get a lot noisier. MoveOn.org has joined the fray and is in the mood for melodrama.
Gov. Scott Walker of Wisconsin and his state's Republicans have to rein in the cost of government employee benefits. Rather than focusing on what the unions can and cannot do, perhaps a better approach would be focusing on what government officials can and cannot do.
There are few things more galling than communists lecturing Americans on how we can live up to our "values." A case in point is former Obama administration "green jobs czar" Van Jones rhapsodizing about the union rent-a-mobs in Madison, Wis., Indiana and coming to a city near you.
Thomas Jefferson said a revolution now and then is a good thing, and that's what's happening in states around the country that are dramatically cutting their budgets.
Imagine a wide world of professional sports with only soccer and hockey. It's unlikely, but possible. But don't dip into your season-ticket stash just yet.
Dozens of leaders of the tea party movement have come out in support of Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker in his standoff with Democrats and public-sector unions over the state's budget deficit.
Ah, Camelgate. Comedy Central's fake newsman Jon Stewart labored to link American union protests to political upheaval in Egypt by delivering a one-humped Camelus dromedarius to the epicenter of union ire: Madison, Wis. And why not?