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
Sen. Ron Johnson and former Sen. Russ Feingold face off again for the fight to win Wisconsin's Senate seat, raising similar amounts of money using different strategies. (AP Photo/Jeffrey Phelps) By Emma Baccellieri Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wisc.)...Show More Summary
Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wisc.) and his challenger Russ Feingold have raised almost exactly the same amount of money in their race for a Wisconsin Senate seat. But they’ve done so in very different ways. In terms of fundraising, the race is among the tightest in the country, not to mention one of the few where a challenger has raised…
On the tail of Hillary Clinton and Vice-President Joe Biden saying that Donald Trump wasn't to be trusted with the nuclear launch codes, a reporter asked Our Dumb Senator if he felt safe with Trump having the codes. RoJo's short answer...Show More Summary
Former Sen. Russ Feingold continues to dominate in the polls in his bid to take his Senate seat back from Republican Ron Johnson. Among likely voters in Wisconsin, Marquette finds his lead opening: Among likely voters in November’s election, Feingold has the support of 53 percent while Johnson is supported by 42 percent. Show More Summary
Last week I wrote about a senior Republican Congressperson, Marsha Blackburn, who not only denies climate change is real, but made the bizarre statement that the Earth is actually cooling. I know, right? But not to be outdone by hisShow More Summary
Just a couple, three weeks ago, Wisconsin's top three Republican office holders - Lyin' Paul Ryan, Ron Johnson and Scott Walker - traveled to Cleveland to pay homage and swear fealty to their wigged overlord, Donald Trump. On Friday, Trump and his sidekick, Mike Pence, are coming to Green Bay for an event. Show More Summary
WASHINGTON (AP) — A group backed by the billionaire Koch Brothers announced Thursday it is getting back into the Wisconsin Senate race with an ad buy on behalf of GOP incumbent Sen. Ron Johnson, just two weeks after canceling ad reservations...Show More Summary
Freedom Partners Action Fund starts $1 million ad blitz to help GOP Sen. Ron Johnson.
Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.), who once accused those fighting climate change of “environmental jihad,” has now compared such people, including his Democratic opponent Russ Feingold and Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), to Joseph Stalin and Hugo...Show More Summary
Wisconsin’s top three Republicans — Gov. Scott Walker, Speaker Paul Ryan and Sen. Ron Johnson — are skipping Donald Trump’s visit to the state, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. All three have formally backed Trump but distanced themselves from many [...]
Wisconsin’s top three Republicans are skipping Donald Trump’s visit to Green Bay.
There are 22 GOP senators who are facing re-election this fall, and only one – Wisconsin Sen. Ron Johnson – agreed to speak to The Wall Street Journal on Monday about the party’s presidential nominee and his debate with the parents of Army Capt. Humayun Khan.
Matthew Yglesias explains on vox.com. A broad range of perfectly mainstream Republican Party politicians — Sen. Ron Johnson of Wisconsin, Gov. Mike Pence of Indiana, House Speaker Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, Gov. Scott Walker of Wisconsin, Attorney General Pam Bondi of Florida, and so forth — revealed a political party that completely apart from Trump [...]Show More Summary