Category: 2013 Legislature

The Guardian posts Scott Walker’s John Doe files exposing his corruption

Finally, we have some level of journalism. Granted, it’s from the British publication The Guardian. In case the Scott Walker lackeys try to take this valuable information offline, here’s a copy.   Leaked court documents from ‘John Doe investigation’ in Wisconsin lay bare pervasive influence of…

Walker/DNR Pay-to-Play United Sportsmen of Wisconsin $500,000 crony scandal tied to GOP donors and Koch Brothers

The Walker Administration seems to be fueled by Koch Brothers dirty money to be able to float along in a polluted sea of pay-to-play schemes, voter disenfranchisement, theocratic extremism, crony kickbacks for political contributions from well-heeled billionaire out-of-state interests, corrupt no-bid contracts and carelessly inept rejection…

Republicans show they are tone deaf to Wisconsin’s failing status with extreme budget

Wisconsin Republicans are looking at injecting their far-right ideologies that favor Scott Walker’s presidential ambitions, the Koch Brothers’ funded American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC), the Religious Right anti-choice War On Women crowd and other special interests with the recent budget deal swirling through the House and…

ALEC agenda evident with anti-democratic, unconstitutional AB 225 legislation

When so many Republicans cut-and-paste American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) Model Legislation for their own extremist Republican agendas, it starts looking like Koch Brothers/Bradley Foundation/Richard Mellon Scaife/Adolph Coors, Jr. kickback money is just too irresistible and it’s too easy to be obedient to their anti-democratic, pro-globalist…

IRS scrutinizing conservative 501(c)(4) groups worth finding out who they really are

It’s not a big secret that the Koch Brothers fund the Tea Party and have Americans for Prosperity affiliated with 501(c)(4) status (Americans for Prosperity Foundation has 501(c)(3) status) that, thanks to the Supreme Court’s January 2010 “Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission” decision,  provide them…