On "Good Morning America" Donald Trump described to George Stephanopoulos his ideal running mate. In the past, he's named Scott Walker, Marco Rubio, John Kasich, and Chris Christie as possible options. Produced by Emmanuel Ocbazghi Follow BI Video: On Twitter Join the conversation about this story »
Liberals did a lot of screeching over Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker’s decision to kick unions out of schools. But it looks like Walker will be having the last laugh. From
Rick Scott, Governor of Florida, started his three-day trip to California today by taking part in a Milken Institute Global Conference panel — which also included Governors Scott Walker of Wisconsin, John Hickenlooper of Colorado, and Terry McAuliffe of Virginia — where he talked about jobs in his state and why different companies in The... Show More Summary
But he finds what he calls "two meaty issues":First, it seems pretty clear to me that the Wisconsin Supreme Court mangled U.S. constitutional campaign finance law to let elected officials like Gov. Scott Walker coordinate with outside...Show More Summary
Sometimes it takes a Badger to do work Hoosiers just won't do. Scott Walker delivered a ringing endorsement of Ted Cruz in Indiana, something Governor Mike Pence would not do. The post Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker Shows Indiana Gov. Mike Pence How To Make An Endorsement appeared first on RedState.
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Milwaukee County District Attorney John Chisholm may soon appeal the Wisconsin Supreme Court decision that ended the five-county "John Doe" criminal investigation into whether Governor Scott Walker illegally coordinated with supposedly "independent" dark money groups during the 2011-2012 recall elections to the U.S. Show More Summary
Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel: Milwaukee County District Attorney John Chisholm on Thursday asked the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn a decision by Wisconsin’s high court to shut down an investigation of Gov. Scott Walker’s campaign and conservative groups backing him. Chisholm and … Continue reading ?
Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel: Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice David Prosser announced Wednesday that he’s retiring on July 31 after nearly 18 years on the high court — including some of its most turbulent — and four decades in public life. The retirement … Continue reading ?
Right-to-work laws could be nullified—and sooner than you might imagine. Union supporters had reason to cheer earlier this month when Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker’s hated “right to work” law was overturned by a Dane County Circuit Judge. Show More Summary
With the addition of Wisconsin last month, seven states have now passed laws designed to shield corporate headquarters from legal liability for labor law violations by its franchises, particularly in the fast food business. Alan Pyke at ThinkProgress reports: Franchising agreements are most prevalent in the food service industry. Show More Summary
Union supporters had reason to cheer earlier this month when Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker’s hated “right to work” law was overturned by a Dane County Circuit Judge. Unfortunately, the decision is all but certain to be overturned by Wisconsin’s conservative Supreme Court. But contained in the case is a line of questioning over the constitutionality […]
Donald Trump's campaign team already includes the campaign managers of ousted GOP candidates Scott Walker and Ben Carson. And now the front-runner for the Republican nomination has reportedly added another onetime rival's top aide, hiring Ken McKay, the former campaign manager of noted Trump endorser Chris Christie. Bloomberg reports that ... More »
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker had the best tweet about Prince's death
It took a while for Gov. Scott Walker to commit, but he finally did on Wednesday.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker (R) will support whoever wins the Republican presidential nomination, even if that person is Donald Trump, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. Said Walker: “I will support the Republican running against Hillary Clinton in the fall — [...]
Patrick Marley: Having the U.S. Supreme Court short one justice for the foreseeable future could affect Wisconsin cases dealing with voter ID, abortion, an investigation of Gov. Scott Walker’s campaign and how legislative districts are drawn. The high-stakes case that … Continue reading ?
The poor dim-witted corporate tool Scott Walker and his War on Workers is have a very bad week. Last Friday, a judge ruled that Walker's Right to Exploit Workers was struck down by a Dane County judge. The corporate controlled Attorney General, Brad Schimel, asked that the judge order a stay while he appealed this ruling. Show More Summary
Scott Walker might be a loser of a presidential candidate, but he's still doing his damnedest to impose his own horrible vision for the future on the nation. Specifically, more humiliation and punishment for people who are just trying to feed their families. Wisconsin Gov. Show More Summary
For all of Scott Walker's supposed political savvy, the man still cannot send out a fundraising email that isn't utterly ridiculous. It all started with his infamous Black Friday email, in which he told people to not buy their children...Show More Summary