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Rebecca Bradley’s Troubling Op Ed Piece and Candidacy

April 3, 2016 by By TR Where to start, apart from the fact that Ms. Bradley’s “op ed” reads like a high school debate speech. First, Ms. Bradley makes a very troubling assertion regarding Judge Kloppenburg’s service as an Assistant Attorney General that evinces either willful ignorance or willful deceit on her part. The Attorney General […]

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UW-Oshkosh Supporters to Rally Against Walker Budget Cuts

March 30, 2015 On Tuesday, April 7, UW-Oshkosh College Democrats will hold a rally to oppose budget cuts to the UW System. The rally will be held at 12:00 noon in front of Polk Library on the UW-Oshkosh campus.

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Scientist Suggests Using Metric to Evaluate Impact of UW Budget Cuts

  March 5, 2015 Dear Representatives, Senators, and Citizens of Wisconsin: I’ve been a publishing research physicist for twenty years, and there is an aspect of science that I am very proud of that I would like to share with you now. For over a century, science has realized that each of us has an […]

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Scott Walker says busting teachers’ unions will have jihadists quivering in fear

   

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A Touch of Evil

 

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Scott Walker Hates Wisconsin

  Sign seen at the “Stop the Cuts – Save UW” rally held on the Library Mall on February 14, 2015.

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Rally Images: UW Faculty, Staff, Students Oppose Walker’s Budget Cuts

February 14, 2015  By Nicole Desautels MADISON — A group called UW Faculty Organizing for Change held a ‘Stop the Cuts — Save the UW’ rally in bitterly cold weather on Library Mall this afternoon to protest Gov. Scott Walker’s proposed budget cuts to the UW System. PHOTOS BY NICOLE DESAUTELS

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Scott Walker’s ‘Wrecking Ball Budget’ Address

February 3, 2015  By Timothy Riley “I come before you tonight to admit that I lied when I stated in the last debate that this budget showed a $500 million surplus. I may be stupid, but even I knew full well we were staring a $2 billion+ structural deficit in the face. And how did […]

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Retired Milwaukee Public School Teacher Sheila Plotkin testifies on AB1

“You’ll use the failures you engineered to justify an education-by-exclusion system at taxpayer expense. That is as transparent as it is dishonest.” – Testimony by Sheila Plotkin at the Wisconsin Assembly Committee on Education Public Hearing on AB 1, January 14, 2015.   January 16, 2016, By Sheila Plotkin Testimony by Sheila Plotkin at the Wisconsin Assembly Committee […]

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Scott Walker’s Scorn for the Poor Makes Mary Burke the Clear Choice on Nov 4th

October 30, 2014, By Ryan Wherley With the final Marquette poll prior to Tuesday’s upcoming election having been released and Walker showing his largest lead of the past several months, things aren’t looking so hot for Mary Burke. But we can win if we just turn out and vote. And for those of you who […]

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