Wisconsin

Madison: Mom and Dad Must Be Proud Of Six Arrested Protesters

No Comments 14 March 2012

From MacIver [Madison, Wisc...] Six Madison protesters were on trial Tuesday for Obstructing/Resisting an officer after a rally at the State Capitol on August 25th. They argued they had a right to be there and that the police never directly ordered them to leave. After a year of protesters getting arrested and receiving citations, this [...]

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Wisconsin

Wisconsin Recall Elections May 8 and June 5

No Comments 14 March 2012

Recall dates set for May 8, June 5 Updated: Wednesday, 14 Mar 2012, 9:32 AM CDT Published : Wednesday, 14 Mar 2012, 9:32 AM CDT MADISON (AP) – A Wisconsin judge has signed off an agreement that would make May 8 or June 5 the dates for recall elections against Gov. Scott Walker and five [...]

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Michigan

Detroit: Mayor Bing, What Do You Expect For $137 Million

No Comments 14 March 2012

Gov. Rick Snyder‘s Detroit plan puts board in charge March 14, 2012 Detroit Mayor Dave Bing was shocked when he first saw what Gov. Rick Snyder was proposing: a rescue plan that would strip Bing and the City Council of much of their power and put a financial advisory board in charge of the city’s [...]

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World

Comrades Paying Homage, President’s Obama’s Face On U S Flag

No Comments 14 March 2012

Obama Worship Hits a New Low Posted by Just a Grunt on Mar 14, 2012 at 7:03 am The Democrats in one county are so swept up in the cult of Obama that they have replaced the stars on our national flag with the image of their Dear Supreme Leader. After a short stand off [...]

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World

Surprise! Dems / President Employed Accounting Tricks, Health Care Cost Now $1.76Trillion

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President Obama’s national health care law will cost $1.76 trillion over a decade, according to a new projection released today by the Congressional Budget Office, rather than the $940 billion forecast when it was signed into law. Democrats employed many accounting tricks when they were pushing through the national health care legislation, the most egregious [...]

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World

Who Will Prosecute Wind Mills For Killing Bald Eagles

No Comments 14 March 2012

CNSNews.com) – The U.S. Forest Service plans to outfit six bald eagles with GPS devices to track their “interactions with wind farms.” The problem: Eagles and many other birds are smacking into wind turbines and dying. “Despite the many benefits which come from clean wind energy, one of the most majestic birds of prey, the [...]

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Wisconsin

Bob Jauch Aid, “not getting many phone calls from constituents.”

No Comments 14 March 2012

Last-minute push is on to get mining bill back on track Posted: Monday, March 12, 2012 9:20 pm | Updated: 9:21 pm, Mon Mar 12, 2012. By Mike Simonson Wisconsin Public Radio | 1 comment With the State Legislature set to adjourn after Thursday, time is running short for a bill that would streamline the [...]

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Wisconsin

Green Bay and Other Teachers Union Brass Knuckle Letter To MPS

No Comments 14 March 2012

Wisc Teachers’ Union Officials Lay Out Bare Knuckles Political Concerns in Letter to Colleagues MacIver News Service | March 13, 2012 11:05 pm [Milwaukee] The leaders of the largest local teachers’ union in Wisconsin are seeking legislation that would allow them to make mid-contract concessions without nullifying their current contract. The MacIver News Service has [...]

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Wisconsin

MPS Gives Scott Walker Victory On Act 10, Teachers Unions Not Happy

No Comments 14 March 2012

Assembly approves MPS measures By Jason Stein and Erin Richards of the Journal Sentinel March 14, 2012 | (10) Comments Madison – Milwaukee Public Schools and the Milwaukee teachers union could get an extra window of time to negotiate potential salary or fringe-benefit concessions from employees under a bill the Assembly approved early Wednesday. The [...]

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World

Santorum Wins Bama and Old Miss

No Comments 14 March 2012

Rick Santorum scores big in two Southern primaries He wins GOP presidential contests in Alabama and Mississippi, dealing a major blow to fellow conservative Newt Gingrich, whose refusal to bow out may help front-runner Mitt Romney. By Michael Finnegan and John Hoeffel, Los Angeles Times March 13, 2012, 11:16 p.m. Reporting from Biloxi, Miss., and [...]

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