On the eve of the Israeli elections back in March, Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu proclaimed that there would be no Palestinian state under his watch. This created an international outcry and he quickly walked the statement back after a great success on election day.
Governor Scott Walker is the epitome of political corruption. He's so perfectly corrupt that if you were to write him as a character in a novel, your editor would send it back for you to make him more three-dimensional. In today's installment,...Show More Summary
In Oklahoma City, Republican presidential hopefuls — including Jeb Bush and Govs. Scott Walker and Chris Christie — moved to contrast themselves with others in the field.
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And how, if Republicans have their way, it may get even worse... originally posted at BradBlog.com It's been an entire year since the First Amendment suffered a gigantic blow as a result of the 2012 Scott Walker recall campaign in Wisconsin, though it's one that very few Americans above and beyond astute Brad Blog readers, even know about. Show More Summary
Scott Walker's policy agenda is based on junk philosophy from the 18th Century.
Over the last three months, the GOP's Iowa front-runner has become an incredible, shrinking presence on the campaign trail. Sure, he's still touring the country, introducing himself to voters, telling them how unafraid he was to stand up to the unions and liberal protesters he battled in Wisconsin, but he's also... More »
GOP Govs. Scott Walker, Bobby Jindal, Chris Christie, and John Kasich are dealing with serious, largely self-created, state budget shortfalls (tax cuts for everyone!) that are putting a real crimp in their 2016 presidential ambitions. And Grover Norquist is happily holding their feet to the fire as they try to wriggle out of their fiscal jams.
Sean Sullivan and Jenna Johnson write in the Washington Post: Scott Walker was hot and then cold on a path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants. Jeb Bush was yes and then no on invading Iraq. Marco Rubio was in and then out onShow More Summary
The Wisconsin governor believes he has the kind of actual right-wing accomplishments his rivals do not. He has a point.
The Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC) was going to be the feather in Scott Walker's cap as he prepared to run for president. It was with this quasi public/private entity that Walker was going to create the 250,000 jobs that he had promised while campaigning for governor. Show More Summary
Those hoping to derail Scott Walker's White House bid think they have found a potential Achilles' heel in the misfortunes of the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation, which the governor helped create.
And what it means for the probe into alleged campaign violations by Walker and conservative dark money groups. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.
For three years, Wisconsin prosecutors have been investigating whether Republican Gov. Scott Walker broke campaign finance laws as he battled a 2012 recall effort sparked by his push for a law that undercut the power of public sector unions. Show More Summary
[caption id="attachment_219371" align="alignleft" width="620"] Why Scott Walker FLip-Flopped. [/caption] One of the few intelligent and worthwhile things that John Maynard Keynes contributed to society is the following quote "When my information changes, I alter my conclusions. Show More Summary
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker - who is widely expected to announce his bid for the Republican presidential nomination for the 2016 election - has reaffirmed his conviction that the US should be able to take pre-emptive military action against what he calls certain attacks on the United States.
Walker promises pre-emptive strikes to prevent attacks on US OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker is doubling down on his promises of pre-emptive strikes to prevent what he says are certain future attacks on American soi...
Gov. Scott Walker (R-WI) As the Republican presidential primary gets into gear, the candidates are having to get themselves in line with what Republican primary voters want to hear—even if it means saying things that will hurt them in a general election. Show More Summary
From Hillary Clinton to Jeb Bush to Scott Walker, charting the 2016 candidates by their foreign policy preferences
The Wisconsin governor argues that he hasn't flip-flopped on "amnesty" because he's never voted on it