By Ron Charles The stories in Adam Johnson’s new collection are all set in an uncanny world you recognize but don’t. From ravaged American cities to abandoned torture chambers, each one is a miniature demonstration of why Johnson won the 2013 Pulitzer Prize for fiction.
At age 55 and after rising to the heights in retailing, Ron Johnson certainly didn't need the money. Nor did he need the stress and aggravation of starting not only a business, but a revolutionary concept. Johnson made it "hip" to shop in Target. Show More Summary
Democratic ex-Sen. Russ Feingold Leading Off: • WI-Sen: The good news for Republican Sen. Ron Johnson is that Marquette no longer has him down 16 points in his battle for re-election against Democrat Russ Feingold. The bad news is that he still trails by a 47-42 margin, which, suffice it to say, is not where an incumbent wants to find himself. Show More Summary
Russ Feingold (left) and Ron Johnson The good news for Wisconsin Sen. Ron Johnson is that Marquette no longer has him down 16 points in his battle for re-election against Democrat Russ Feingold. The bad news is that the Republican still trails by a 47-42 margin, which, suffice it to say, is not where an incumbent wants to find himself. Show More Summary
A new Marquette Law School Poll in Wisconsin finds Russ Feingold (D) leading Sen. Ron Johnson (R) in a U.S. Senate match up, 47% to 42%.
MGM, Lionsgate and even investor Ron Burkle could be suitors as Ryan Kavanaugh's bankrupt company heads to auction and 27 films in development ('Fletch' reboot, Dwayne Johnson's 'Not Without Hope') could be for sale. read more
Planned Parenthood is fighting back–launching ads such as the one above against vulnerable Republicans. They are targeting Senator Kelly Ayotte (R-N.H.), Rob Portman (R-Ohio), Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) and Pat Toomey (R-Pa.) who are expected to be in tough reelection races next year. The ads concentrate on the problems which might be created if there is [...]Show More Summary
A new Luntz Global (R) poll in Wisconsin shows Russ Feingold (D) leading Sen. Ron Johnson (R) by eight points in the U.S. Senate race, 50% to 42%.
Russ Feingold A lot has changed in politics since Wisconsin Democrat Russ Feingold first ran for the Senate in 1992—many things for the better, some for the worse. We now have something resembling a national health insurance system (yay!)...Show More Summary
Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) has an uphill re-election climb, so he hopes to tap some of the Trump excitement for himself.
Gay developers Ian Reisner and Mati Weiderpass hosted a cocktail party for anti-gay Senator Ron Johnson just a week before doing the same for Ted Cruz.
U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson, no supporter of LGBT rights, is facing a challenge from his predecessor, longtime ally Russ Feingold. read more
The company sells high-end consumer electronics, but it also includes delivery and in-home set-up services.
On Wednesday, former Apple executive and J.C. Penney chief Ron Johnson and his new online retailing company Enjoy Technology announced that they had secured $50 million in a round of funding led by Highland Capital.
As the Free Beacon reported: Republican Sen. Ron Johnson (Wis.) authored a letter to Hillary Clinton’s attorney this week alleging that the former secretary of state’s emails that contained classified information could result in “serious...Show More Summary
(Scott Johnson) In their Wall Street Journal column “The stonewall at the top of the IRS,” Reps. Ron DeSantis and Jim Jordan write in connection with the bottomless IRS scandal: [O]n Aug. 2, the House Oversight Committee issued its first subpoena for IRS documents, including all of Ms. Show More Summary
2015 Sasquatch Summit featuring: Bob Gimlin, John Bindernagel, Thom Powell, Ron Morehead, Scott Taylor, Phil Poling, Olympic Project, Scott Nelson, Toby Johnson, Sasquatch Expedition & tons more.
They found it on the internet so it must be true, right? Via Madison.com A super PAC that aired a TV ad praising U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson has removed from the ad an image of President Barack Obama shaking hands with the president of Iran...Show More Summary
Wisconsin's dumb senator, Ron Johnson, did it again. In a radio interview with squawk radio host Icky Vicki McKenna, RoJo had this to say in promotion of school choice: “It’s unbelievable to me that liberals, that President Obama, of...Show More Summary
"It’s unbelievable to me that liberals, that President Obama, of course he sends his children to private school, as did Al Gore, and Bill Clinton and every other celebrated liberal... They just don’t want to let those idiot inner city kids that they purport to be so supportive of… they don’t want to give them the same opportunity their own kids have. Show More Summary