John Mellencamp wants it to be clear that he does not in any way support Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker’s use of his songs during recent campaign rallies. Mellencamp’s 1983 hit song “Pink Houses” was played while supporters waited for Walker during rallies Tuesday for the launch of the governor’s re-election campaign. This isn’t the first
Mike Huckabee will be president. Or Jeb Bush. Or Rand Paul. Or Paul Ryan. Or Chris Christie. Or Ted Cruz. Or Marco Rubio. Or Rick Santorum. Or Scott Walker. Or Rick Perry. Or John Kasich. Or Undecided. But not really, because King Hussein Obummer will declare martial law before 2016. Read more...
Power Line asks, after a new poll shows him with a 16-point lead in his reelection campaign.Revealingly, Walker fares well in an electorate that does not seem particularly conservative and that, if anything, appears to be slightly to...Show More Summary
By M.D. Kittle | Wisconsin Reporter MADISON, Wis. – That didn’t take long. Literally minutes after Gov. Scott Walker and Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch officially announced their re-election campaign Tuesday, a Hillary Clinton front group rolled out its attack machine against the Republican governor and potential 2016 presidential hopeful. Show More Summary
PAUL MIRENGOFF: Is Scott Walker on his way to 2016 front-runner status? “Revealingly, Walker fares well in an electorate that does not seem particularly conservative and that, if anything, appears to be slightly to the left of American voters in general.” It’s at least a year until anyone can be called a “front-runner.” But I [...]
(Paul Mirengoff) Scott Walker has a 16 point lead (56-40) among likely voters in his race for governor, according to a poll from Wisconsin Public Radio/St. Norbert’s. Among registered voters, his lead is essentially the same (55-40)....Show More Summary
It seems that Scott Walker, the goggle-eyed homunculus hired by Koch Industries to manage their midwest subsidiary formerly known as the state of Wisconsin, as well as his owners, may be getting a little nervous at how giddy the state's Republican pa...
Republican pundits constantly tout Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker as a potential presidential candidate in 2016, but what does it say about him when his own party will vote on the extreme right wing position of secession? To secede or not to secede. That will be the question for Wisconsin Republicans at next month's convention. Show More Summary
Wisconsin GOP to vote on seceding from the United States.
In Salon interview, Rick Perry, Scott Walker and co. excoriated for their ignorance of women
He is running away with it. “Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker has had a good run lately. He signed a major tax relief package into law, his controversial budget reforms have put the state back in the black, and his opponent has been torched for telling some high-profile fibs. A new poll from Wisconsin Public Radio suggests […]
"... the Wisconsin Court of Appeals decided Wednesday."Currently, some public officials, including [Gov. Scott] Walker, leave names on correspondence requested under the open-records law while others have blacked them out. Dreps said...Show More Summary
I will just sign this bill into law that gives me a college degree—makes things easier than all that readin' n' riten, and that thing with numbers and cipherin'. Twenty-five some odd years after Gov. Scott Walker left Marquette University,...Show More Summary
On April 8, Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker (R) signed bills broadening and protecting the exercise of 2nd Amendment rights for residents of his state. He signed Assembly Bill 368 and Senate Bill 527. According to the NRA-ILA, AB 368...Show More Summary
(CNN) – Scott Walker suggested it's not necessary for a presidential candidate to have a college degree - after all, he didn't need one to become governor of Wisconsin. Walker, who's a possible 2016 Republican presidential contender, was asked at an event Wednesday if he thinks someone seeking the Oval Office should have a college […]
Allegations that investigation targeting conservatives meant to freeze supporters of Scott Walker
Ever since 2010, when the voters handed the state over to the gentle ministrations of a Republican legislature and those of Scott Walker, the goggle-eyed homunculus hired by Koch Industries to manage their midwest subsidiary formerly known as the sta...
(Paul Mirengoff) Scott Walker, who did not graduate from college, says he wants to obtain his degree. According to his spokesperson, Walker would like to do so through the University of Wisconsin’s FlexOption once it expands its degree offerings. Show More Summary
Yesterday Wisconsin's governor Scott Walker signed an anti-revenge porn bill into law, the third state to do so this year, after Idaho and Utah. The Wisconsin laws make it a misdemeanor to distribute (without consent) an image of a "nude or partially nude person or of a person engaging in sexually explicit conduct." Read more...
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker, who left Marquette University without graduating more than twenty years ago to work for the Red Cross, intends to get a college degree through an online program. According to the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel...Show More Summary