In his day job (basketball player), LeBron James is known for possessing the athleticism of Julius Irving mixed with the court vision of Magic Johnson; in his side gig (TV producer), he seems to be mixing the geographic loyalty of Dick Wolf with the social conscience of Norman Lear. Deadline reports ... More »
Russ Feingold, running to win back his old Senate seat from Republican Ron Johnson, says it's time for comprehensive immigration reform. Johnson, not surprisingly, doesn't—and takes his cue from the guy at the top of the Republican ticket. Johnson has become a loud advocate for securing the border first and worrying about those already here later. Show More Summary
Ron Johnson wants to take immigration reform one step at a time. Russ Feingold wants to go all in. … Click to Continue »
Ron Johnson, who shocked three-term incumbent Russ Feingold in 2010, faces him again in one of the country’s most hotly contested races.
The Joseph Project — a Milwaukee-area anti-poverty initiative backed by Wisconsin senator Ron Johnson — is set to expand to Madison next month. From Madison.com: The first Madison class of The Joseph Project — and the 14th since theShow More Summary
This November, Wisconsin gun owners should return. pro gun candidate, Ron Johnson to the U.S. Senate. This post Wisconsin Gun Owners, Ron Johnson Needs Your Vote in November appeared first on AmmoLand.com Shooting Sports News.
Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) strikes again, once again putting his handlers in the position of scrambling to understand, and then explain, what their boss meant. This time he was opining on poor mothers and daycare, suggesting that poor,Show More Summary
U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson is set to hold a round-table discussion on opioid use in Milwaukee. … Click to Continue »
In a little over two months, Russ Feingold will drub this assclown, and Wisconsin will have one less national embarrassment to worry about. Source: Associated Press Republican U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson is suggesting that poor single moms...Show More Summary
(AP) — Wisconsin Republican Sen. Ron Johnson is suggesting that poor single moms take jobs in the day care centers watching their children, a practice Wisconsin restricted seven years ago after massive fraud involving government subsidies. Johnson's solution is the latest awkward comment from the freshman senator.
Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.), discussing poverty and unemployment in a radio interview on Monday, proposed a strange solution for low-income single mothers trying to balance employment and child care. “Let single moms actually work in day care to support each other,” he told WIZM, a Wisconsin radio station. Show More Summary
Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) made embarrassing news again this week when he suggested that colleges could just "pop in 14 hours of Ken Burns' Civil War tape" instead of hiring history professors, or as he calls them "the higher education cartel." That suggestion didn't go over so well with Ken Burns himself. Show More Summary
Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) blamed the U.S. government for the 2008 financial crisis ? instead of big banks and Wall Street ? in a local radio interview last week. “A lot of that was juiced by government policy that forced banks to make...Show More Summary
WASHINGTON ? Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.), who last week said students would learn more from a Ken Burns documentary than from a teacher, once tried to defund PBS, the TV network that has aired the filmmaker’s work for decades. JohnsonShow More Summary
The only limit Russ Feingold has in finding fodder for his run against Republican Sen. Ron Johnson to get his Wisconsin Senate seat back is the hours in the day. Because Johnson says that many stupid things. Like this: "Today—there are...Show More Summary
Sen. Ron Johnson called higher education a "cartel" and suggested colleges could cut the number of instructors and increase use of online videos like Ken Burns' 11½-hour documentary on the Civil War. Continue reading ? The post Senator suggests colleges swap teachers for videos appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) has a brilliant plan for higher education. Video. That, he says, will free us from the "higher education cartel." By which he means college professors. "We've got the internet—you have so much information available. Show More Summary
Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) thinks history professors are an extravagant luxury that could be cheaply replaced with video documentaries and Google searches. Johnson, who is locked in a tough re-election battle against former senator Russ Feingold, argued last week that Ken Burns and following through...
Ron Johnson has some ideas about history education. JOHNSON: We’ve got the internet ? you have so much information available. Why do you have to keep paying differently lecturers to teach the same course? You get one solid lecturer and put it up online and have everybody available to that knowledge for a whole lot […]
Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) said Thursday that if the nation wants to rein in college costs, it needs to break up the “higher education cartel.” And a key way to do that would be to have more DVDs and fewer teachers. “We haven’t even come close to taking advantage of the power of technology in education,” Johnson said at a WisPolitics forum. Show More Summary