If you vote for Kelly Ayotte or Mark Kirk or Rob Portman or Ron Johnson or Rob Portman etc. etc. you’re voting for Trumpism. He’s the Republican candidate and they own him. This is a point that the Democratic campaigns in swing states need to make effectively and relentlessly. Share
From the infamous Ron Artest fan brawl to Magic Johnson's HIV disclosure, the commish has seen it all in the world of sports. Here's his no-nonsense advice on staying successful.
(Scott Johnson) Ron Chernow’s biography of Alexander Hamilton is a phenomenon. Twelve years after its publication in hardcover, it’s number 2 on this week’s New York Times nonfiction paperback bestseller list. Yet there is nothing dumbed down about it. Show More Summary
STANDING ATHWART HISTORY, STIFLING THE ECONOMY: Oregon manages to stop construction of huge LNG export terminal, costing thousands of jobs. “U.S. Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Oregon, and state Sen. Betsy Johnson, D-Scappoose, had also come out against the project. Wyden said he was ‘relieved’ to hear the project would not move forward.” Of course, the left has […]
Wisconsin Sen. Ron Johnson may have voted against funding to fight the opioid epidemic with treatment, but that doesn’t mean he doesn’t have ideas on the topic. For one thing, he says, maybe we could bring back those “this is your brain on drugs” ads that amused lots of people but didn’t have much effect
Ron Johnson has an idea. And it couldn't have come a moment too soon. With the opioid epidemic raging throughout the country and in his home state of Wisconsin, the Republican senator, who earlier this year voted against increased funding...Show More Summary
Ron Johnson's campaign raised more than $2.1 million in first three months of this year, trailing his Democratic rival Russ Feingold for the...
(AP) — The national conservative group funded by Charles and David Koch is launching a $1.1 million television ad campaign in Wisconsin in support of Republican Sen. Ron Johnson as he faces a tough re-election fight. Feingold's spokesman...Show More Summary
The new effort in Wisconsin comes as Koch-backed groups are supporting GOP Senate candidates in other states.
WaPo: The conservative advocacy group Americans for Prosperity is rolling out a three-week, $1.1-million campaign in support of U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.), part of an early effort by the Koch-backed group to build a firewall around Senate Republicans…. The pro-Johnson … Continue reading ?
Here is Wisconsin’s one-term wonder Ron Johnson trying to explain why the media would dare ask him to do his job and hold hearings and a vote on President Barack Obama’s Supreme Court nominee: “I have never had the press press me so hard to make a change of position,” Johnson said. Show More Summary
Russ Feingold's double-digit lead in polling so far against Sen. Ron Johnson has shrunk. The Marquette Law School poll, the gold standard for Wisconsin, has Feingold's lead at five points now among registered voters, and now Public Policy...Show More Summary
Former Sen. Russ Feingold leads in Wisconsin’s Senate race, but according to a new Marquette Law School poll, his lead over Republican Sen. Ron Johnson has shrunk since February: In Wisconsin’s race for U.S. Senate, Russ Feingold is supported by 47 percent of registered voters, with Republican incumbent Ron Johnson receiving 42 percent. Show More Summary
Securing his position as the senator a bag of hammers feels most insulted by being compared to, Wisconsin Sen. Ron Johnson says he can't wait to campaign with Donald Trump. Furthermore, he's convinced that the combined factors of Trump...Show More Summary
Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) is a rarity: a GOP senator who openly says he would have no trouble campaigning with Donald Trump. And he’s even got a rhyming joke for it. “Stump with Trump?” he replied, when asked about the issue in a CNN interview. “Just because it rhymes:...
Ron Johnson is convinced technology products are better served up with free expert advice.
Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI), chairman of the Senate Homeland Security Committee, told CNN’s Jake Tapper that’s he’s very concerned that key areas of...
Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) said Senate Republicans are obstructing President Obama's Supreme Court nominee for purely political reasons to make sure the high court's ideological balance favors them. "No, trust me, we will not allow the Supreme Court to flip," Johnson told a Wisconsin radio station on Friday. Show More Summary
We’ve got another fun Senate race for you this week, kids, and this one’s actually a rematch: In Wisconsin, former Sen. Russ Feingold wants to win back the seat that teabagger, would-be Obamacare-murderer, and all around schumck Ron Johnson won in the Great Bullshit Tide of 2010. This one should be a barn burner, a
On Monday afternoon, Our Dumb Senator, Ron Johnson, did an interview on WTMJ-AM, a Milwaukee-based squawk radio station. He started off bragging about his chairmanship of the Homeland Security Committee, even though he's missed more meetings than he's attended. Show More Summary