Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wisc), a tea party favorite, insulted minimum wage workers at a recent constituent event, saying that "when you’re a good worker you don’t stay at minimum wage for long."
Johnson has a strong record supporting the one percent and opposing jobs-creating programs. He voted against the American Jobs Act. He also proposed a moratorium on all federal regulations until unemployment dropped to 7.
Wisconsin Jobs Now and a group of low-wage workers are using an unusual state law to try to pressure Gov. Scott Walker into raising the state's minimum wage, Bryce Covert reports: That statute says, “Every wage paid or agreed to be ... Read Post
Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI), prince of a human being, on the minimum wage, which he has voted against raising, and on minimum wage workers: JOHNSON: Bottom line: when you’re a good worker you don’t stay at minimum wage for long. [disbel... Read Post
US Senator Ron Johnson (R-WI) was recently on C-SPAN where he said that he would not self-finance his 2016 campaign for reelection: When Sen. Ron Johnson seeks re-election in 2016, don't look for the Wisconsin Republican to open his... Read Post