One Wisconsin Now hit Bradley the hardest, exposing writings Bradley authored while she was in college in 1992 bashing gays, AIDS sufferers and feminists. [Associated Press]
In college newspaper columns — unearthed by One Wisconsin Now — Bradley referred to gay people as "degenerates" who participated in "AIDS-producing sex." [Mic]
Wisconsin’s New Supreme Court Justice Once Sneered At “Queers,” “Degenerates” Who Were Dying Of AIDS
One Wisconsin Now tracked down some of Bradley’s opinion columns she wrote while a student at Marquette University in the early 1990s. [Queerty]
Despite the big spending on her behalf, Bradley spent most of the campaign on the defensive after liberal group One Wisconsin Now exposed volatile opinion pieces she wrote as a college student for the Marquette Tribune in 1992. [Associated Press]
Thanks to the revelations by a watchdog group, One Wisconsin Now, we now know that Rebecca Bradley showed terrible judgment. [Shepherd Express]
Wisconsin’s Leading Homophobic Group Gets Behind Rebecca Bradley, Wisconsin’s Most Homophobic State Supreme Court Justice
Wisconsin’s leading right-wing homophobic organization, Wisconsin Family Action, has joined the fray in trying to put fellow homophobe Rebecca Bradley on the state high court.
Since then, the liberal group One Wisconsin Now brought to light opinionated writings from Bradley's college days in 1992 critical of homosexual AIDs victims, feminism and abortion. [Associated Press]
The liberal One Wisconsin Now recently provided Kloppenburg a boost when it uncovered things Bradley wrote as an undergrad at Marquette. [Wisconsin Law Journal]
First it was homophobe David Clarke, then it was homophobe Rebecca Kleefisch and now Ted Cruz, literally the most homophobic candidate to ever run for president.
She is desperately trying to convince the public she does not hold extreme and out of touch views on members of the LGBTQ community and women’s health care.
She says the revelations that came out this week – thanks to a liberal non-profit, One Wisconsin Now. [New Civil Rights Movement]
Rebecca Bradley apologizes for student columns calling AIDS patients ‘degenerates’ and gays ‘queers’
Liberal advocacy group One Wisconsin Now disclosed the writings, published in the Marquette Tribune, at a state Capitol news conference Monday. [Wisconsin State Journal]
Liberal group One Wisconsin Now released a column and two letters to the editor Bradley wrote in February and November 1992 that appeared in the Marquette Tribune, the student newspaper. [WMAQ-TV]
The columns were surfaced Monday by progressive activist group One Wisconsin Now. [Talking Points Memo]
The liberal group One Wisconsin Now revealed one column and two letters to the editor that Bradley wrote in February and November 1992 when she was a student at Marquette University. [Chicago Tribune]
Rebecca Bradley wrote a series of hateful and venomous attacks on gay people and people living with HIV, according to articles obtained by One Wisconsin Now.
Scot Ross, executive director of One Wisconsin Now, said Bradley's columns from more than two decades ago were relevant now because of the tenor of her comments and her unwillingness during the campaign to talk about her views on social issues and other matters that may come before the court. [Milwaukee Journal Sentinel]
One Wisconsin Now, a non-profit, non-partisan group, describes Justice Bradley's writings as "a series of hateful and venomous attacks on gay people and people living with HIV." [New Civil Rights Movement]
The liberal group One Wisconsin Now got ahold of college newspaper columns and letters to the editor that Bradley wrote while enrolled at Marquette University in 1992. [WUWM-FM]
One Wisconsin Now and People for the American Way distributed copies of Bradley’s writings at a press conference Monday at the state capitol in Madison, four weeks before the state’s Supreme Court election, the Journal Sentinel reports. [The Advocate]
Given that all of these issues can be traced to the failed policies of Kremer’s Republican-led Legislature, maybe he should be focusing his “time” in the next legislative session on priorities more important than shaming transgender students [Capital Times]
Maybe Rep. Jesse Kremer should be focusing his “time” in the next legislative session on priorities more important than shaming transgender students.
When the head of Gov. Walker's job creation agency makes dozens of workers choose between their religion and their jobs, it's another reminder of why Wisconsin remains at the bottom of job creation in the Midwest. [Milwaukee Journal Sentinel]
Assembly Republicans Hold Public Hearing on Legislation to Discriminate Against Transgender School Students
Singling out transgender youths and students is the latest giant leap backwards being considered by the Assembly Republican legislative majority.
"That playing bathroom monitor counts as lawmaking is a sad commentary on how Gov. Walker and the GOP-controlled legislature are running Wisconsin." [Capital Times]
That Jesse Kremer specifically avoided talking to people in the transgender community or their advocates is all the evidence you need that (his) bill is designed to attack transgender young people. [Capital Times]
Rep. Jesse Kremer says his bill to place gender restrictions on school bathrooms will increase safety, dignity
Republicans like Jesse Kremer and Steve Nass now they want in our teenagers' bathrooms. It's disgraceful, it's deceitful and it's beyond big government. [Capital Times]
Have decisions to try to undermine state law requiring contraceptive equity and lawsuits to block marriage equality been informed by political ambition?
Scott Walker's standard response to LGBTQ question had been that because he does not have a role in court decisions, and his opinion does not matter.
The people of Wisconsin are sending a clear message: bigotry disguised as ‘religious freedom’ is still bigotry.
One Wisconsin Now, a liberal advocacy group that tracks Walker's statements, said they had no record of him previously addressing his beliefs on evolution. [Associated Press]
One Wisconsin Now, a liberal advocacy group that tracks Walker’s statements, said they had no record of his previously addressing his beliefs on evolution. [Associated Press]
To commemorate the gubernatorial inauguration Wisconsinites will have the chance to ice skate, party and pray with Gov. Walker – if they’re willing to donate to the Republican Party of Wisconsin.
Gov. Scott Walker recently appeared at a charity event for teen drug treatment featuring controversial Phil Robertson of the television show Duck Dynasty.
In advance of this afternoon’s first Attorney General, One Wisconsin Now has proposed a series of questions Schimel should answer to the people of Wisconsin.
One Wisconsin Now executive director Scot Ross said touting the endorsement of a group that didn’t grant it for this election is an example of “the alarming pattern of deception with Scott Walker when it comes to women’s health,” noting the governor’s past support of Pro-Life Wisconsin and of laws the group supports. [Capital Times]
You'd think Scott Walker would show at least some commitment to representing the diversity of Wisconsin's 5.5 million residents. But Gov. Walker has shown by his actions that if you're not rich, white and straight, he doesn't have time for you.
Because spouse-swapping Simac has such a peculiar personal past, the public has a right to call foul over her hypocrisy in signing the abhorrent Manhattan Declaration.
Early last week Wisconsin Family Action made a thrilling announcement: Republican Gov. Scott Walker had issued a National Marriage Week proclamation! While many view the week as nothing more than a thinly-veiled attack on same-sex couples and the voices in the LGBT community, the GOP often jumps at the chance to appease their ultra-conservative base […]
It is long-since known, JB Van Hollen will do anything, go to any length, dispatch any resource at the taxpayer-financed Wisconsin Department of Justice to further his partisan political agenda. We all remember how Van Hollen’s top lieutenant was seeking help on the health care lawsuit with the Republican State Leadership Committee — one of […]
Behold, our latest project — MeetTheMajority.com, where we pull back the slimy, cold-blanket of rhetoric and deception and expose the extremism and failed policies of the new members of the conservative legislative majority. Here are just a few of the highlights from the new corporate-controlled conservatives: Rep. Kathy Bernier of Chippewa Falls who said the […]
Call it killing two birds with one stone: here’s the WisconsinEye panel discussion featuring One Wisconsin Now’s fearless leader Scot Ross defending free speech — in regards our recent lawsuit — AND taking a shot at Wisconsin Family Action’s Julaine Appling and the Republican leadership for breaking their promise that the same-sex marriage ban they fought […]
It just never ends with these folks. Weve reported time and again whats really behind the Tea Party movement ” the extremism, the hatred, the violent rhetoric, the racism, the intolerance. Now theres a new poll out from the University of Washington that verifies what weve been saying all along.The poll asks several questions of […]
For the most part, JB Van Hollen does little more than put out occasional press releases about small settlements he’s collected and press releases about larger settlements begun under his predecessor. Oh, and file Republican-inspired partisan lawsuits with tax dollars directly help Republican elected officials. http://www.onewisconsinnow.org/page/content/wwjbdvideo/ In 2008, he infamously filed a suit against […]
One might ask Walker to join the 21st century or stop taking benefits on the government teat. Ask him loudly, in fact. Again, Walker if Milwaukee can give your family health care benefits, so should domestic partners have the same right. In fact, Walker, what makes your wife, or your two kids more worthy of […]
Read Milwaukee County’s life-long-health-benefits-on-the-public-dime Executive Scott Walker’s statement on the Milwaukee County Board’s Personnel Committee decision to support domestic partner benefits for employees. ‘I will veto the Domestic Partner Benefits plan approved by the County Board’s Personnel Committee today. Now is not the time to be adding any new benefits for public employees, let alone […]
As the one of the state’s foremost moral crusaders, Rep. Steve Nass (R-Whitewater) is thundering about the need to expel Rep. Jeff Wood (Not an R-Chippewa Falls) from the legislature because of the former-Republican’s run-ins with the law related to operating a vehicle while intoxicated. On the most recent charge, Wood has so far only […]
Two Madison college professors with religious backgrounds, who have worked tirelessly to change the world, will be honored for their lifetimes of activism on Oct. 3 by the Wisconsin Network for Peace and Justice (WNPJ), a statewide network of 170 organizations working for social change. Joe Elder, a Quaker peace activist who is a University […]
Owen Robinson from Boots & Sabers was on WPR’s Week in Review to defend JB Van Hollen’s refusal to represent the state in its efforts to extend basic legal protections, such as hospital visitation rights, to domestic partners in Wisconsin.Robinson basically reiterated the point Van Hollen made in his letter to Gov. Doyle that the […]
With Attorney General JB Van Hollen announcing last week he is refusing to perform the duties for which he was elected, four critical considerations must be made in judging his decision: 1. This is the opposite of what Van Hollen asserted during the campaign. When Van Hollen was defending the marriage amendment, he said it […]