The protests that have erupted in Madison, Wisconsin in the wake of the police shooting of Tony Robinson lay bare the racial inequities in the city and the state as a whole.
While Walker tries to build a national reputation as a straight shooter, the facts paint a picture of a politician governing by "bombshell" and sneak attack.
ALEC allies promote economist-for-hire while blasting respected in-state academics.
CMD submits testimony outlining the ALEC ties to Wisconsin's right to work bill.
On Thursday, Walker told a crowd that the peaceful 2011 Uprising could be compared to responding as a commander in chief to the decapitations and rogue Islamic fury of ISIS.
Here are the faces of some of those protesters that Walker "took on" in 2011, which he says will prepare him for confronting a group known for beheadings and burning people alive.
An ALEC "scholar" says that an ALEC right-to-work law will be great for Wisconsin. Economists disagree.
Americans for Prosperity's statewide ad buy in support of Right-to-Work comes as no surprise to Wisconsinites.
In his opening statement, Sen. Scott Fitzgerald (R-Juneau) claimed that right to work legislation would "protect every worker" from being forced to join a union.
Wisconsin state legislators will meet in an "extraordinary session" today in order to take up so-called "right to work" legislation.