The Washington Times - February 18, 2011, 08:01PM

Thousands of pro-union protesters emerged in Madison, Wisconsin on Friday to oppose a bill proposed by Republican Governor Scott Walker that would strip public unions of collective bargaining power. Mr. Walker addressed the press in the early evening in his office at the Capitol. For those wondering, I took a photo from the the governor’s press room. Here is what Mr. Walker’s view was this afternoon:


Below are video clips from Governor Walker’s press conference today:


Governor Walker told reporters that the protesters shouldn’t feel like they can drown out the voices of other Wisconsin taxpayers:


I asked Governor Walker his response to President Obama calling the governor’s bill an “assault” on unions:



The entire press conference is below: