The centerpiece of Scott Walker’s economic agenda has been a prime example of his administration’s cronyism, corruption and incompetence. Now it’s looking for yet another new head.
With the poll numbers for his campaign for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination in free fall, former front-runner Gov. Scott Walker is desperately searching for a way to continue his 22 year career as a politician.
The bumbling run of Gov. Scott Walker for the 2016 Republican Presidential nomination stumbled on yesterday with a speech on education in New Hampshire.
College Affordability and the $1.3 trillion student loan debt crisis were the topics of a roundtable discussion today in Eau Claire hosted by U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin.
Updated research by One Wisconsin Institute analyzes four years of failure by the quasi-private Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation, created by Gov. Scott Walker and supported by state legislative Republicans.
Since the late 1990s legislative Republicans have proposed ill-advised legislation that would cripple cutting-edge medical research and threaten scientists with prison time and fines.
Hillary Clinton today unveiled a new, comprehensive plan to address the existing $1.3 trillion plus student loan debt crisis and make college more affordable.
There is no universe which exists where an ambitious career politician like Scott Walker wouldn’t have his high priced criminal defense lawyers find out if he was under criminal investigation.
Gov. Scott Walker’s education policies would earn him an F grade from anyone concerned with quality public education. In his first budget, Walker enacted the largest per student K-12 education cuts in the nation.
Gov. Scott Walker likes to tout his tuition freeze, but what he isn’t telling you is that the freeze came after he had already significantly cut state support for higher education in the State of Wisconsin.
Scott Walker’s signature promise was to create 250,000 jobs in Wisconsin in his first term. He fell nearly 50% short of that goal, an abysmal failure at the one major promise he made to voters.
The totality of Gov. Scott Walker’s actions on reproductive health and women’s economic opportunity rank him as one of, if not the, worst politician in America for women.
Since 2011 laws have been passed in Wisconsin that embody a coordinated attempt to suppress the turnout of African-American, Latino, and young voters.
Scott Walker is politics incarnate and will say anything to try to win an election. To get the full story, you also have to pay attention to what he doesn’t say.
A newly created “task force on urban education” features members who have benefitted from campaign contributions and heavy spending by pro-private school voucher special interests.
Recent financial disclosures from Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker reveal that, like 43 million other Americans, his children have taken on student loan debt to pay for their higher education.
A report released today by One Wisconsin Institute analyzes four years of failure by the quasi-private Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC), created by Gov. Scott Walker.
U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson should immediately apologize to the state’s more than 800,000 hardworking student loan borrowers for “ignorant comments, bordering on insulting” made to media yesterday.
Scott Walker will say and do anything to get elected. But on student loan debt, he’s flat out lying to the 43 million Americans, and their families, who have $1.3 trillion in debt.
Gov. Scott Walker’s recent tame rebuke of Donald Trump’s reprehensible comments about John McCain’s military service comes after Walker took nearly $500,000 from the architect of the notorious “Swift Boat” campaign.
Gov. Scott Walker has quickly moved to sign the dangerous abortion ban he asked lawmakers to pass without exceptions for rape or incest.
Gov. Scott Walker’s campaign and outside groups accused of illegally coordinating campaign activities were let off the hook today by four justices of the Wisconsin State Supreme Court.
What better way for him to kick off his latest campaign than a trip to ‘Sin City’ and the home of GOP mega-donor Sheldon Adelson?
That Gov. Walker is announcing today he is running for another political office is little surprise. He’s politics incarnate — having spent almost his entire adult life doing or saying whatever he needed to win an election.
One Wisconsin Now Executive Director Scot Ross released the following statements about Gov. Scott Walker signing the biennial state budget during an unexpected day spent in Wisconsin.
To help distill the long history of cronyism, corruption and incompetence that have personified Scott Walker’s time on the public stage, we compiled “Ten Things You May Not Know About Scott Walker.”
The Bradley Foundation, with over $830 million in assets, its largesse insulates Walker from criticism by the vast network of leading right-wing influence peddlers that Bradley finances.
One Wisconsin Now today launched The Scott Walker Files website providing an in-depth look at the cronyism, corruption and incompetence of Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker’s 22-year career in public office.
Politicians have no business imposing their beliefs on women making an intensely personal decision to terminate a wanted pregnancy, often in the most tragic circumstances.
Instead of helping borrowers, Gov. Walker wrote a budget to advance his presidential ambitions and Assembly Republicans piled on approving a budget full of special interest giveaways.