Hi. You likely have no idea who I am, and that’s fine. I will simply say that I am just like you, really. I share your deep belief in God as revealed through Jesus Christ, and I actively seek to do God’s will in my life and my work as a Christian pastor. I believe
by Walter Brasch Bullied, harassed, and lied to, District 1 of the Amalgamated Association of Easter Bunnies, AFB-CIO (American Federation of Bunnies–Cottontails International Organization) went on strike, forcing a halt to this year’s Easter egg hunts in Wisconsin. At Bunny Headquarters, Solomon P. Bunny, union executive secretary, and a militant corps of Easter bunnies were
Gov. Scott Walker has given a supporter’s son a fat state job. Said son, Brian Deschane, has no relevant education, no direct work experience and two DUIs. Additionally, Walker has promoted the unqualified individual, and given him a 26% pay raise within two months of being on the job. Mr. Deschane’s father was one of Walker’s
This was posted by Paul Barrow of United Progressives, on behalf of the Bail out the People Movement: The Wisconsin AFL-CIO and many others have put out an emergency call to come to Madison this morning. Protests are scheduled this whole week and weekend. On Saturday, farmers are planning to drive their tractors to Madison
Defying weeks of overwhelming protests, the Wisconsin Senate yesterday dropped the other shoe and voted to kill collective bargaining for public employees. Opposition to this has been united among the left. How have various parts of the progressive mosaic represented the news? Below are some highlights. First, the story from last night: The extraordinary turn
Dismantling the lies being told in Wisconsin. by Walter Brasch Historian and satirist Thomas Carlyle said “a lie cannot live.” However, Mark Twain casually remarked, “It shows that he did not know how to tell them.” More than a century later, newly-elected Gov. Scott Walker and the Republican-dominated Wisconsin legislature have proven themselves to be
The events last week in Madison, Wisconsin mark a new beginning for the mass mobilization potential of the working class.
Why go blogging when you can go jogging? Our brief discussions of Wisconsin, Cory Morningstar’s climate change article, and Robert Applebaum’s radion show.
…over 10,000 Wisconsinites marched on the state Capitol yesterday, students walked out of high schools throughout the state, and public employees held banners along roadways in defense of their collective bargaining rights.