John Humphries pledged his loyalty to Michael Grebe’s agenda to take money from public schools and give it to private voucher schools in exchange for support.
We’re Learning the Only Thing You Can Trust is That Humphries Will Put His Political Ambition Before Best Interests of Wisconsin Schools and Kids
MADISON, Wis. — The following are the statements of One Wisconsin Institute Program Director Analiese Eicher on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day: “Dr. King said, ‘So long as I do not firmly and...
In no uncertain terms, they and the Republican Party of Wisconsin must immediately condemn the loathsome comments made by Donald Trump.
The student loan debt crisis in not a new phenomenon that only burdens a select few. It is a state and national crisis, it is a multi-generational crisis and it...
Gov. Scott Walker is expected to discuss is his recycled advice to “call a bank” to help Wisconsin borrowers deal with the student loan debt crisis.
Instead of previewing a new policy solution to the crisis, Scott Walker repeated stale talking points and essentially told borrowers to “call a bank.”
By Any Measure — Job Creation, Quality of Life, Student Debt, Basic Competence — the Scott Walker Administration is a Failure.
Sen. Ron Johnson appears on board for the fast tracking of Donald Trump’s nomination of Jeff Sessions to be the U.S. Attorney General
Scott Walker spent the 1990s criminalizing addiction and the 2000s preventing people from getting the health care they needed to treat their addiction.
The race to appease the big spending private school voucher industry is on between candidates John Humphries and Lowell Holtz
Gov. Scott Walker and each and every legislative Republican own this catastrophe. And it is up the people of Wisconsin to demand their fair share.
This was Paul Ryan's failure. He was either feckless or he was complicit in the attempted dismantling of the House ethics rules.
Charlie Sykes used public airwaves to deliver GOP talking points to attack the poor and minorities and degrade political discourse in the state of Wisconsin.
It’s no accident Wisconsin Attorney General Brad Schimel announced he would seek re-election AND open an investigation into political corruption.
The least surprising news of 2017 is Scott Walker – who has spent nearly all of his adult life running for office – will be running for political office, again.
Republicans have shown they have no qualms about disenfranchising voters or dismantling anti-corruption laws as they rig rules to try to keep their grip on power.
There’s no more appropriate way for a career politician like Scott Walker to celebrate the ‘season of giving’ than holding a fundraiser for himself.
Top Wisconsin Republicans have announced they will be standing with Donald Trump on stage this evening as he visits Wisconsin.
Instead of trying to rig federal courts for partisan gain, Johnson and his GOP colleagues should give American people the gift of democracy this holiday season.
John Humphries has wasted no time in pledging his allegiance to the private school voucher cartel. He’s interested in the campaign cash of special interests.
Scott Walker is defending his rigging of rules on voting to give himself and Republicans an unfair partisan advantage by making false assertions about voter ID.
Allowing Scott Walker to spread misinformation about the impact of the voter ID law undermines the integrity of our elections.
This guy, who spends more time chasing media appearances than doing his job, has no business close to a job with responsibility for protecting national security.
Regardless of what Donald Trump tweets, we proved in court the real fraud is GOP politicians rigging the system by changing the rules for their partisan gain.
Betsy DeVos has been a driving force for privatization of our schools. She’s used her family’s wealth to reward politicians who support her agenda.
It is horrifying to think someone as manifestly incapable of running a county jail as David Clarke is considered by Donald Trump and his team to a qualified.
Recent reports are suggesting Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach is among the leading contenders for Attorney General in the administration of Donald Trump.
Donald Trump’s tapping of a leading figure in the “alt-right” movement to a top position in his administration has raised alarms across the political spectrum.
We remain committed to the values, ideas and policies which can improve the lives of people and will fight against any threats to the way of life we all cherish.