Bradley Foundation Watch

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  • Will MJS Give Conservative WPRI, WISTAX Same Treatment As Public Citizen?

    Today’s Milwaukee Journal Sentinel “Politifact,” in its analysis of a unfair trade deals cited by U.S. Sen. Russ Feingold, makes this note about the sourcing by Feingold’s campaign of Public Citizen: “Public...

    Scot Ross, 10/11/2010
  • UW-Madison Faces Liberal Backlash in Polling Deal

    Scot Ross, a liberal muckraker who runs the group One Wisconsin Now, was critical of the deal from the beginning.

    Associated Press, 03/08/2010
  • Growing Opposition to Right-wing Polling Project

    One Wisconsin Now delivered the unfortunate news that WPRI-UW poll materials suggest a deliberate removal of references to opposition to private school vouchers.

    Cody Oliphant, 01/25/2010
  • Campus Connection: Credibility of UW-Madison Polling Project Questioned

    One Wisconsin Now says it has evidence that a UW-Madison polling project downplayed opposition to private school vouchers after a think tank raised concerns.

    Capital Times, 01/21/2010
  • Are MacIver, WPRI and AFP Ready for the Right Wing Toga Party?

    Two of Wisconsin’€™s leading right wing organizations are members the State Policy Network, a national group that helps organizations push out anti-public education information.

    Scot Ross, 10/30/2009
  • Result of WPRI-UW Right Wing Propaganda Polling Project: Tommy! Over Feingold

    We see more ‘€œcredible‘€ research from the suspect polling project between the state’s leading right wing think tank and the University of Wisconsin’s poli sci department.

    Scot Ross, 10/05/2009
  • Surprise: Right-Wing Think Tank-UW Poll Doesn’t Ask Public Option Question

    Where’€™s the question on the public option? This has been the single biggest and most-discussed issue when it comes to health insurance reform.

    Scot Ross, 10/04/2009
  • Bradley Foundation Rewards Bill Kristol’s FAIL

    The Bradley Foundation decided to award always-wrong-about-everything conservative columnist and FOXNews commentator Bill Kristol with a $250,000 award.

    Cody Oliphant, 04/22/2009