American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees President Lee Saunders, who was paid $350,058 last year, demanded union solidarity and raged against Big Labor’s critics in a Sept. 16 speech.Read More →
They’ve been attacked by Democrats such as Harry Reid as “anarchists,” vilified by the main character on the cable show “The Newsroom” as “the American Taliban” and criticized by some Republicans who point to defeats in Delaware, Indiana and Nevada as possibly costing the party control of the U.S. Senate.Read More →
By M.D. Kittle | Wisconsin Reporter
MADISON, Wis. — U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson heard and saw firsthand the stories of courage in Ukraine.
The Wisconsin Republican, back from a Senate fact-finding mission in Kiev, learned of sniper attacks on Ukrainians protesting Russia’s hasty campaign to bring Crimea into the former Soviet mother country’s fold.
“Police (sympathetic to Russia) started [...]
A pro-immigrant group, the Center for Immigrant Orientation, blames political polarization for the delay in passing immigration reform.Read More →
By Christopher G. Adamo
Liberal Democrats and establishment Republicans have been foretelling of the death of the tea party ever since early 2009, shortly after the movement began.
In the immediate aftermath of Barack Obama’s first inauguration, shell-shocked conservatives assessed the degree to which their interests had been abandoned by the Republican Party, and how clumsy and [...]