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The Wisconsin Recall: Foreshadowing the 2012 Presidential Race

The Wisconsin Recall: Foreshadowing the 2012 Presidential Race

Today’s recall vote of Wisconsin governor Scott Walker has been touted as a crucial measure of the upcoming presidential election by both liberals and conservatives. Liberals say Walker’s defeat is a victory over the so-called fascistic measures Walker took to strip state workers of their apparently unalienable collective bargaining rights. As a growing number of […]

Failing the smell test: DOJ to monitor Wisconsin election

Failing the smell test: DOJ to monitor Wisconsin election

Something stinks! Obama’s Department of Justice issued a press release stating that the agency will be keeping close tabs on the Wisconsin recall elections brought about by the labor unions. Unfortunately, they won’t be looking for voter fraud. WASHINGTON – The Justice Department announced today that it will monitor elections on June 5, 2012, in […]

Walker's Ad Compares Records

Walker’s Ad Compares Records

Wisconsin Dem. Caught on Tape

Wisconsin Democrat Fred Clark was performing some canvassing calls earlier this week in his bid to unseat Republican Luther Olsen. His campaign is part of the recall elections being held in that state. When the voter referred to his election bid as “a crime” and hung up, he said, “OK. I feel like calling her […]

General Letter to Wisconsin Citizens

Dear Fellow Wisconsin Citizens, Praise God for those majority elected or minority unelected politicians who have unwavering support for their leader when he or she strives to do what’s best for the entire State of Wisconsin – and not only for a small subset of the population. It is totally irrelevant that past governors, regardless […]