“It’s worse than big government, it’s Big Brother,” said Scot Ross with the liberal advocacy group One Wisconsin Now. [Wisconsin Radio Network]
Savion Castro, a UW-Madison senior who works for the liberal advocacy group One Wisconsin Now, said there’s a difference between hosting a conservative speaker like Vos — whom he would welcome — and people like the author Charles Murray who argue that white men are genetically superior. [Associated Press]
Not only would this bill expel students for using their constitutional right to free speech, but also it could inhibit professors from conducting research.
“This is an attempt to squelch speech on campus,” argues One Wisconsin Now executive director Scot Ross. [Wisconsin Radio Network]
But the liberal group One Wisconsin Now said the GOP lawmakers behind the bill were the fragile snowflakes. [Lakeland Times]
Republican Rep. Jesse Kremer admitted “I agree” with critics who call his Campus Speech Suppression bill unconstitutional.
‘Fragile snowflakes’: Wisc. GOP mocked over ‘draconian’ bill to punish students who heckle conservatives
Scot Ross of One Wisconsin Now told Twin Cities Press the bill’s supporters are “fragile snowflakes” trying to punish free speech. [Raw Story]
Liberal advocacy group One Wisconsin No responded by calling Kremer and the bill's other authors "fragile snowflakes." [MLive]
Scot Ross, executive director of liberal advocacy group One Wisconsin Now, called Vos and the bill's other authors... "fragile snowflakes." [Associated Press]
The liberal advocacy group One Wisconsin Now blasted the proposal as an attempt “to create mandatory safe spaces [for conservatives].” [Wisconsin State Journal]
One Wisconsin Now blasted the proposal, saying it would create “mandatory safe spaces” that help protect racist and sexist speech on campus. [Wisconsin Radio Network]
Rebecca Bradley’s outrageous lie shows a stunning lack of judicial temperament, ethical judgement and personal decency.
A Most Troubling Opinion: Rebecca Bradley Believes Candidates for Supreme Court Ought to Be Able to Lie in Campaign Ads
Justice Rebecca Bradley put it in writing she believes candidates for the Supreme Court like herself ought to be able to lie in their campaign advertising.
Gov. Scott Walker failed to come to the defense of science and denounce a gag order prohibiting state employees from mentioning the words “climate change” during their workday.
In a speech before right-wing political activists at CPAC, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker compared citizens of his home state who disagree with his policies to terrorists.
For the years in which Federal IRS records are available for both the Bradley Foundation and WILL, 2011 and 2012, Bradley funds accounted for over 90 percent of the total money WILL reported raising.
Revealed: Joint Investigation by One Wisconsin Now & theGrio Uncovers Anonymous Funder of Voter Suppression Billboards
This was not an act of free speech, but an expression of racism as despicable as the 'whites only' signs of the Jim Crow South.
One Wisconsin Now Statements on Successful Defense of First Amendment Rights of Non-Profit Organizations
MADISON, Wis. — One Wisconsin Now Executive Director Scot Ross released the following statements on a stipulating reached late Tuesday in advance of Thursday’s hearing in federal court over its lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of the Wisconsin Government Accountability Board’s adopted rule 1.28, which would prohibit free speech expression of non-profit organizations in Wisconsin within […]