Category Archives: Elections

Scott Walker aims for the GOP Presidential Anti-Intellectual Sweet Spot with Wisconsin Budget


With his continuously obedient, obsessive efforts to appease the Koch Brothers’-funded American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC)‘s agenda and turn Wisconsin into an Oligarchical Kleptocracy with some theocratic trimmings, Scott Walker’s “bold and fresh” ideas are nothing more than obediently paying homage to Republican anti-intellectual principles that coincidentally seem to meshRead the full story »

Posted in 2015 Budget, Education, Elections, University of Wisconsin, UW-Madison, War On Success, War On Women, Wisconsin, Women's rights | Comments Off

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 oligarchical agenda. Whether it’sRead the full story »

Posted in 2013 Legislature, Boycott, Climate change, Elections, Fitzwalkerstan, Photo ID, War On Success, Wisconsin | Comments Off

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 with the ability toRead the full story »

Posted in 2013 Legislature, ALEC, Citizens United, Election 2012, Elections, Grassroots, Karl Rove, Koch Brothers, Republicans, Wisconsin | Comments Off

GAB study finds Walker’s same-day voter suppression would not work and cost over $5 million


Scott Walker is famous for throwing millions of federal dollars allocated to Wisconsin out the window to appeal to his myopic Tea Party base, the Koch Brothers and clueless fans of his divisive charlatanism. Then he begs for the money later. He’s a genius at looking for a solution inRead the full story »

Posted in Elections, Voting, Walkerville, Wisconsin | Comments Off

Election Day results show a mixed bag of progressive victories and more challenges ahead


After the hundreds of campaign ads from all directions politically and with grassroots efforts combining with official political parties working to take command of democracy despite Republican tactics to try to disenfranchise the rights of voters, Election Day has finally come and there were some interesting results. Barack Obama won,Read the full story »

Posted in Election 2012, Elections, Wisconsin | Comments Off

Romney campaign and Wisconsin Republican Party linked to voter harassment and intimidation training


When you consider how that in 2011, Republicans have promoted the Koch Brothers-funded American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) voter photo ID legislation in at least 35 states. The Brennan Center For Justice has an exhaustive analysis summarizing that “Fourteen states have passed restrictive voting laws and executive actions that haveRead the full story »

Posted in ALEC, Election 2012, Election fraud, Elections, Tea Party, Voter ID, Voting, Wisconsin | 1 Comment

Scandal-ridden, Romney-linked Strategic Allied Consulting and GOP consultant Nathan Sproul has ties to Wisconsin

Nathan Sproul

GOP consultant Nathan Sproul, a former leader with the Arizona Republican Party and the Arizona Christian Coalition, heads up Lincoln Strategy Group (formerly called Sproul and Associates) and was hired by the Republican Party to manage the controversial Strategic Allied Consulting in 2008 onward to 2012. Getting millions from theRead the full story »

Posted in Arizona, Elections, Wisconsin | 9 Comments

Wisconsin Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen gets denied on inflicting Walker’s unconstitutional Voter ID law on Wisconsin voters


Wisconsin Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen was trying to find any excuse possible to do the bidding for his partisan Koch Brothers-funded pal, Scott Walker, to disenfranchise Wisconsin voters in time for the November 6 election and beyond. Despite the absolute fact that Van Hollen was trying to propagate theRead the full story »

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Scott Walker releases 2012 Republican Convention speech where he finally is truthful


Scott Walker is giving a big speech in Tampa at the the Republican National Convention where Mitt Romney and Wisconsin’s Paul Ryan will be nominated as President and Vice President in 2012. It’s a big moment for Walker and he was so excited about the prospect of making a nationalRead the full story »

Posted in Diane Hendricks, Election 2012, Elections, Fox News, Paul Ryan, Republicans, Romney, Voter ID, War On Women, Wisconsin | Comments Off

Fellow pathological liar Walker’s Michigan speeches for Romney prove Republicans have no idea what the truth is


Walker was in Kalamazoo, Michigan for a $500-a-head fundraiser ($1000 if you want a photo with Walker) for Mitt Romney and gave another speech in Grand Rapids. He had the temerity to actually infuse how “the truth” will be a success for the Romney/Ryan ticket in the November election. IfRead the full story »

Posted in Corruption, Election 2012, Elections, Republicans, Romney | Comments Off

Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen takes aim at democracy and voter disenfranchisement one more time


Wisconsin Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen is at it again in his attempt to attack the very basic American democratic idea of allowing the people of Wisconsin to vote without disenfranchisement. In his petty statement, he quibbled “People in this state are very frustrated that a common sense law enacted byRead the full story »

Posted in Election 2012, Elections, Fitzwalkerstan, Photo ID, Voter ID, Voting, Wisconsin | Comments Off

Efforts to hand count June 5 Recall election ballots underway due to evidence of faulty electronic voting systems


There are enough dots to connect where suspicions about the June 5 Wisconsin Recall election results need to be scrutinized by actually counting the ballots by hand. With exit polling showed Walker and Barrett tied at 50 percent each that day, the sudden switch to a Walker victory was seen asRead the full story »

Posted in 2012 Recall, Election fraud, Elections, June 5, Voting | Comments Off

Handy Guide to Walker Lies and Distortions in recent Recall Election Ads


Granted, this could take all day since it’s almost impossible to keep up with the Walker Lying Machine. The lies and distortions are not only coming from the Walker campaign, but from outside-Wisconsin right-wing SuperPACs generated by the Koch Brothers, the Republican National Committee, the Republican Governors Association, Karl RoveRead the full story »

Posted in 2012 Recall, Elections, Fitzwalkerstan, Wisconsin | Comments Off

May 26-Early Vote Rally in Madison with State Senators Mark Miller, Fred Risser and Jon Erpenbach (video)


Senators Mark Miller, Fred Risser and Jon Erpenbach hosted an Early Vote Event just off the Capitol Square (100 North Hamilton Street, next to the new Children’s Museum) during the Madison Farmer’s Market. The main message is that it is a very important message to get out the vote toRead the full story »

Posted in 2012 Recall, Elections, Fab 14, June 5, Video, Wisconsin | 1 Comment

Democratic Recall candidate poll matchups show Tom Barrett likely to face Walker in June 5 Recall election

Recall Walker at the Capitol Rotunda

There are a number of polls showing the matchups of the main Recall candidates running against Scott Walker that show what possibly could happen in the historic June 5 Recall election. While there are other candidates (some running as fake Democrats) and Arthur Kohl-Riggs running against Walker as a Republican,Read the full story »

Posted in 2012 Recall, Elections, June 5, Kathleen Falk, May 8, Tom Barrett, Wisconsin | Comments Off