Scott Eastwood poses with a bottle of Davidoff Cool Water during a press day on Friday (June 26) in New York City. The 29-year-old Suicide Squad actor opened up to USA Today at the event about his predecessor Paul Walker, who was the face of the brand until his untimely death. “I’m a big ocean [...]
(LiveActionNews) — Recently, the Wisconsin Senate passed a 20-week ban on abortion, which Governor Scott Walker has said he will sign. Notably, the proposed legislation in Wisconsin brings fathers into the mix. The measure states in part: Any of the following individuals may bring a claim for damages, including damages for personal injury and emotional […]
The Agenda Project Action Fund, One Wisconsin Now and Wisconsin Jobs Now have launched "HOLD YOUR BREATH," a graphic ad depicting an individual drowning to symbolize the plight of Americans burdened by student debt. By proposing to slash...Show More Summary
Scott Walker has spent well over a million of taxpayer dollars in order to preserve the right to be bigoted against marriage equality. When he lost in federal court, he said that “For us, it’s over in Wisconsin." This did not please the red meat conservative Christians that Walker needs to have any chance at the presidential nomination. Show More Summary
Welcome again to pander central: Scott Walker edition. Speaking at the Western Conservative Summit 2015 from Denver, Colorado, Walker appeared with Hugh Hewitt and says, 'I'm not a lawyer, I think that's worth a little applause right...Show More Summary
SCOTT WALKER JUMPS THE MARRIAGE SHARK: The Supreme Court did the Republicans a favor by taking gay marriage off the table, Roger Simon writes. Why has Walker put it back on?
In fact, they were like brothers.
In fact, they were like brothers.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker (R), an expected 2016 presidential candidate, slammed the Supreme Court on Friday for its ruling in favor of same-sex marriage and called for a constitutional amendment to reverse the decision. "I believe this Supreme Court decision is a grave mistake. Show More Summary
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker (R) condemned the Supreme Court for legalizing gay marriage on Friday, calling their ruling for Obergefell v. Hodges "a grave mistake." Walker doubled down on his stance that the legality of same-sex marriage...Show More Summary
It wasn't long ago that the forecasting arm of the Wisconsin Legislature was predicting that state government by mid-2015 would be flush with a surplus topping $1 billion, which Gov. Scott Walker could have showcased in his bid for the Republican presidential nomination.
A week after the Charleston gun murders, he signed a bill ending Wisconsin’s 48 hour waiting period to buy a handgun—and the falsehood at its heart is even worse.
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker said on Thursday he will announce the week of July 13 whether he will seek the Republican U.S. presidential nomination in 2016. “The week of the 13th is when we will be likely to make our announcement as to what our intentions are,” Scott told Fox News....
Back atcha, ladyfolks. One of the reasons Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker tries so very, very hard not to express opinions on things is because when he does pipe up with one, it is often inane. Case in point: Walker was asked what he thought of laws that would require equal pay for men and women. Show More Summary
In an effort to further brandish his conservative credentials before announcing a seemingly-inevitable run for the presidency, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker signed a bill into law that makes it easier to purchase guns in the state. [ more › ]
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker signed two pro-gun bills into law on Wednesday; one that removes the state’s 48-hour waiting period on handgun...
Wisconsin's Republican Gov. Scott Walker signed two bills into law Wednesday that relaxed gun restrictions in the state. One of them throws out Wisconsin's 48-hour waiting period for handgun purchases, and the other allows off-duty, out-of-state, and retired law enforcement officers to carry concealed firearms at public schools. Show More Summary
"Friend, as a trusted leader in the Conservative movement I need to ask you an important question. Should I run for President of the United States? I have been praying about this decision for a long time and if I do decide to seek the Republican nomination for President I need to know you’ll stand with me. Show More Summary
EXETER, N.H. — Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) is cool with a 2016 presidential ticket that includes him and rival Scott Walker — as long as he is on top. "A Walker-Rubio ticket may be fine, but it's got to be in alphabetical order," Rubio told reporters here in response to a Washington Post reporter's question. [Walker-Rubio […]