Jim Steineke Tag Archive

  • One Wisconsin Institute Statements on GOP ‘On Many Sides’ Resolution

    I will never understand what is so hard about unequivocal condemnation of neo-Nazi and other hate groups. Why must there always be a caveat?

    One Wisconsin Institute, 09/01/2017
  • Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce ‘Business Day’ A Chance for Big Political Campaign Spenders to Check Up on Their Investment

    WMC spent millions of dollars to install Republicans in power, and now the payoff is a rush to pass a wrong for Wisconsin right to work law.

    One Wisconsin Now, 03/04/2015
  • GOP Assembly Majority Leader Says Senate Calling Shots on Right to Work

    Audio surfaced from late September 2014 in which Rep. Jim Steineke told the Green Bay Chamber of Commerce that “right to work is off the table.

    One Wisconsin Now, 02/27/2015
  • Assembly Republicans Vote to Replace Ethically-Challenged Knodl With Serial Offender Steineke

    Given Robin Vos is now in charge of the Assembly Republicans, we shouldn’t be surprised by their vote yesterday for Jim Steineke.

    One Wisconsin Now, 11/13/2012
  • Steineke: ‘I Don’t Particularly Care What People Think’

    MADISON, Wis. — State Rep. Jim Steineke (R-Vandenbroek), who has a long history of driving infractions including drunk driving, hit and run and driving without a license multiple times, when recently asked...

    One Wisconsin Now, 01/17/2011
  • One Wisconsin Now Debuts ‘Meet the Majority’ Cataloging New Legislature’s Extremism, Failed Policies

    MADISON, Wis. — The extremism and failed policies advocated by members of the new right-wing Wisconsin legislative majority are available at www.MeetTheMajority.com, a project of One Wisconsin Now. The site currently highlights...

    One Wisconsin Now, 01/05/2011
  • Introducing Wisconsin’s New Conservative Overlords: Meet the Majority

    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...

    Robert Doeckel, 01/05/2011