Defend Wisconsin News Round Up

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Monday, March 28, 2011

Monday night news round up (3.28.11)

Walker administration announces implementation of anti-union law, despite Judge's order against publication

Area GOP Legislators - Knilans, Loudenbeck & Wynn - defend Governor Walker's bill

The Elections Board finds that the solicitation of signatures, on a petition that is not related to the election at hand, without any attempt to influence that day’s vote of the voter solicited, is not, per se, “electioneering” within the meaning of §12.03, Stats., and, therefore, not a violation of that statute.

Unionbusting at "The Office"

TPM: Mother of all negative ads dropped on Wisconsin Judicial race

Glenn Greenwald:  Billionaire self-pity and the Koch brothers

Daily Kos:  Wisconsin - How to get petitions signed by the cart-full.  Hint, do it on election day.

Justice Prosser loses endorsement of his hometown paper

10,000 motorcycle rally in protest of Governor Walker - Facebook event

Daily Kos: Economics as Cultural Warfare

Bangladeshi trade unionists stand in solidarity with workers in Wisconsin, Ohio and elsewhere

Rick Ungar:  Walker ignores court order!  Begins enforcement of anti-collective bargaining law

Too many good posters to post just one

Where's Walker:  Where he goes, we go - Facebook event

Whitewater faculty members trek 44 miles (I thought it was 42) from campus to Capitol

Edward A. Fallone:  Publish or Perish:  The Budget Bill is not Law

After paying zero income taxes, GE plans to ask its union workers to make wage and benefits concessions

WEAC President Mary Bell speaks at rally in Wautoma, March 27, 2011 - video

Walker nets over $25,000 in campaign funds for deal that netted his friends $300,000 in tax dollars

Walker spent $42,000 in taxpayer cash on plane trips

The Moral Underground:  How ordinary Americans subvert an unfair economy

City of Madison office of the City Attorney:  There is no effective law

Wisconsin Week in Review:  Budget Adjustment takes a surprising turn

David Prosser - Wikipedia

Daily Kos:  Victory in Indiana:  Democrats on way home after winning key concessions

Excellent performance by Adelina Feldman-Schultz Senior Cabaret featuring the Western Michigan University Music Theatre class of 2011 of "With a Little Help From My Friends".  Great performance and  very fitting.  

And oh, by the way, DOJ won't charge sexting former prosecutor

Jason Stein: Spending would increase under Walker budget

David McKay: Further thoughts on the rule of law in Teabagistan

Bill Wineke:  By going after professor, GOP takes aim at Wisconsin tradition

Paul Krugman on William Cronon:  American Thought Police

Walker budget defunds elections

Cognitive Dissidence: Madison's No Free Speech Zone

State stops collecting union dues, starts charging more for health care

Wisconsin contract talks stall amid union law fight

State Senator Alberta Darling (R) reception with United States Representative Paul Ryan (R) - Facebook protest event

Bill Berry:  Wisconsin farmers union raising more hell than corn

Provocateurs, shills and disinfo agents - video

Day of Action for Workers Rights - Facebook event

Tricia McKinney:  Poor little rich boys

Kristen Erickson: Citizens still free to spend as they like

We Ask America:  Wisconsinites on Walker: 44% approve 55% disapporve

David Prosser's "abusive" conduct is "troubling"

National Day of Student Walkouts and Strikes to Defend Public Education - Facebook event

409 people joined Union Members for Scott Walker

Milwaukee republicans want to open UW professor's e-mails

Ladysmith: Walker budget would be costly to school district

Common Cause in Wisconsin:  Guest Speaker Sen. Tim Cullen (D) - video

Vital Signs: State GOP health bills mirror model ALEC legislation

Laura Conaway:  Reasonable professor the new scariest guy in Wisconsin politics

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