SAN ANTONIO — Promising to “wreak some havoc” in Washington, D.C., Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker brought his presidential campaign to Texas for the first time Wednesday, bidding for the state’s expanded influence in the 2016 nominating process. At a barbecue restaurant here and an ice cream parlor in...
Remember in the first debate when Scott Walker called himself ”aggressively normal“ ? Remember when his style and pitch was compared to Warren Harding’s “return to normalcy“? Now he’s assuring voters he’s going to wreak havoc! “We will...Show More Summary
"Instead of hope and change, we’ve seen racial tensions worsen and a tendency to use law enforcement as a scapegoat."
The super PAC supporting Scott Walker's run for the White House plans to spend another $9.25 million on ads in early primary states in the coming months to introduce more voters to the Republican governor of Wisconsin -- and, it hopes, help him regain his status as a top-tier contender. The Unintimidated PAC has already spent $6.75 million […]
He spoke to a group of around 100 people of all ages at the Highland Park Soda Fountain, where he also scooped up an old-fashioned vanilla ice cream soda. For a time, while teaching jourrnalism in Windsor, I stayed with friends in Franklin Village and drove over the bridge or through the tunnel daily to
(AP) — A super PAC backing Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker's run for the Republican presidential nomination has announced a $9.25 million ad buy for three early voting states, expanding on a $7 million television ad campaign starting in Iowa next week.
Ana Kasparian, John Iadarola, and Jimmy Dore | (The Young Turks Video report) | – – “Scott Walker is attempting to out-Trump Donald Trump by discussing the idea of a building a…
When Scott Walker began his presidential bid several months ago, his resume and cover letter looked sterling: a conservative governor of a blue state in the Midwest, a young man with evangelical roots and a proven record of victory over liberal forces. Show More Summary
Republican presidential candidate Scott Walker said Wednesday he was alarmed by the "disturbing trend of police officers being murdered on the job" and by the "rise in anti-police rhetoric" that has accompanied President Obama's time in office. "Instead of hope and change, we’ve seen racial tensions worsen and a tendency to use law enforcement as a scapegoat," […]
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker continued to climb down from his apparent support for a wall on the U.S. border with Canada, in the face of skepticism from fellow Republican candidates, many of whom have embraced other means to deter illegal immigration from America's neighbors.
Remember clear back to Sunday when Gov. Scott Walker (R-WI) said that having a big border wall between us and Canada is a "legitimate issue" and should get real consideration? On TV? With people watching? Never happened says Walker now. This is just a joke in terms of how people react to things. Show More Summary
We Need a Uniter-in-Chief, Not a Divider-in-Chief.
A new Gravis Marketing poll in Iowa finds Donald Trump leading the GOP pack with 32%, followed by Ben Carson at 16%, Ted Cruz at 7%, Marco Rubio at 6%, Scott Walker at 6%, Bobby Jindal at 5% and Carly [...]
In the above video, the gentle reader will see part of Scott Walker's interview with Chuck Todd on Meet the Press this past Sunday, in which Walker said that building a wall along the Canadian-US border was a "legitimate issue." TheShow More Summary
He can say whatever he wants now, but it won't change what he said last week.
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Scott Walker thinks that the American people are dumb. Really dumb. Walker, who has been in politics his entire adult life, is now claiming that he is not a career politician. No, really: Gov. Scott Walker denies he’s a career politician...Show More Summary
Scott Walker recently got into a little trouble for a preposterous proposal he put forward on Meet the Press. Some headlines tell the story: "Scott Walker: Canada-U.S. border wall worth considering", CNBC News; "Scott Walker: U.S.-Canada wall a 'legitimate' idea", CNN; "Scott Walker says wall along Canadian border is worth reviewing", AP. Show More Summary
The Wisconsin governor may say yes to everything, but he doesn’t always mean it.