Michigan remains America's hottest college football program on the recruiting trail, further fueled Thursday afternoon by a commitment from dominant New Jersey defensive end Ron Johnson. The 4-star prospect shared his decision on Twitter...Show More Summary
Most consumers view shopping in two ways — you either go to a physical store to purchase an item or you order it online. But retail veteran Ron Johnson, Apple's former senior vice president of retail and the former CEO of JCPenney, thinks there's a need for something in between. Show More Summary
WASHINGTON -- Wisconsin Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Russ Feingold has asked incumbent Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) to join him in pledging to keep outside money from super PACs and nonprofits out of their campaign. If Johnson agrees,...Show More Summary
(AP) — Democrat Russ Feingold, one of the most outspoken critics of political spending by corporations and outside groups, challenged Republican U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson on Friday to agree to keep third-party money out of their U.S. Senate...Show More Summary
You should have been smarter than this, Wisconsin. Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI), in an attempt to save his Senate seat next year, has come up with what is likely to be the plan his Republican colleagues settle on to "fix" Obamacare if the Supreme Court decides to gut subsidies. Show More Summary
JCPenney hasn’t had a chief executive officer since chairman Myron Ullman sacked re-vamper Ron Johnson back in 2013. Last fall, they found a candidate who was up for the challenge: Marvin Ellison, who was in charge of Home Depot’s stores in the United States, and worked for Target before that. He reported to work as president and CEO-designee in November … [More]
Wisconsin Sen. Ron Johnson says he supports man-woman marriage, but believes the law requires granting the benefits.
Senator Ron Johnson (R Wisconsin) has been attacking Hollywood liberals for the supposed anti-business propaganda of The Lego Movie, which he says has contributed to a "cultural attitude" in the United States in which people believe "government is good and business is bad." The villain in The Lego Movie is named Lord Business. Show More Summary
Recently, Ryan Grim posted a story about Sen. Ron Johnson's (R - Wis.) view that The Lego Movie was anti-capitalist. Rep. Johnson responded rather quickly with a post of his own to double-down, and cited several articles to make hisShow More Summary
Writes Senator Ron Johnson.[The Huffington Post writer, Ryan Grim] seems to get hung up on the way I mentioned “The Lego Movie,” a children’s movie “in which the bad guy is a heartless businessman intent on destroying the world for profit. Show More Summary
What do you call a $60 million film from a multibillion dollar multimedia company that grossed almost half a billion dollars? If you’re most moviegoers, you call it The Lego Movie, one of the surprise hits of last year. But if you’re Wisconsin Sen. Show More Summary
Ron Johnson sees himself as a great champion, not of working people, but of corporations whose feelings may have been hurt by talking Lego characters.
Ron Johnson once again shows why we Wisconsinites refer to him as "Oou Dumb Senator." RoJo gave a rambling interview to Kay Nolan at WisPolitics.com. In said interview, RoJo went on to say this: Johnson described the need to streamline...Show More Summary
It's generally understood that Ron Johnson's Obamacare "fix" legislation is veto-bait, containing as it does provisions (the repeal of the individual and employer mandates, and also of a minimum benefit...
Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) is not a fan of “The Lego Movie.” He does not think it is awesome. The Wisconsin senator said Wednesday that the film intentionally uses an evil entrepreneur as its main villain in order to spread anti-business propaganda, according to WisPolitics.com. Show More Summary
A concerted propaganda effort underway in America has created a "cultural attitude" in which people believe "government is good and business is bad," Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wisc.), told a local reporter for WisPolitics.com. Johnson said...Show More Summary
Sen. Chris Murphy took to the Senate floor this Thursday with a perfect depiction of the Republicans' response to King v. Burwell, and proceeded to lay out all of the problems with Sen. Ron Johnson's proposed legislation. It’s a historic day for memes. Show More Summary
Check out this giant steaming pile of Iran-shaped elephant manure Wisconsin’s Republican Sen. Ron Johnson stepped in: “Now, a President who was awarded the 2013 Politifact Lie of the Year, if you like your healthcare plan you can keep it, period. Show More Summary
I don't know how these people remember to keep breathing. Sen. Ron Johnson, the chairman of the Senate’s Homeland Security Committee, responded to a BuzzFeed News report Wednesday with a statement saying he did not trust Supreme Leader...Show More Summary
Earlier this year, Wisconsin Sen. Ron Johnson was dismissing diplomacy and beating the war drums over Iran's nuclear program instead. Now he's telling his constituents that Iran's Supreme Leader may be more trustworthy than President...Show More Summary