The Wisconsin man was arrested for the second time since 2012.
“You may see Jesus when you look at them. I see Satan.”
When you say Wisconsin, you’ve said it all!
The ups and downs of the…let’s see…thirty or so teams that are now part of the conference, in rough order of their expected finish.
Applebee’s is under fire for asking an employee who was allegedly attacked for being gay to not come back to work.
A lesson from a major university’s Twitter account.
Highlighted by a Stanford drummer who has probably smoked a few Rose Bowls in his day.
After decades of fits and starts, Tuesday’s election results were unambiguous: The LGBT rights movement is winning.
Tammy Baldwin defeated former Gov. Tommy Thompson to become the first out LGBT person — and a “proud … Wisconsin progressive” — in the U.S. Senate.
At a raucous rally, Romney skips the “closing argument” and opts for a pep rally. “One final push will get us there.”
But poll observer training document is misleading.
Rob Zerban, Paul Ryan’s congressional challenger, is down in Danville to counter-program his debate.
Tommy Thompson boasted of his involvement in an Afghan hospital program. “What humanitarian efforts has [Baldwin] ever been involved in,” his campaign asks.
First he judged, then he consumed. From the Milwaukee Brat House in Wisconsin yesterday.
Teary running mate’s first words in home state: “Hi, Mom.”
The state has become the site of 2012’s apocalyptic political battles. The ideological heartland.
“As Americans, we are one. And when you attack one of us, you attack all of us.”
The Veepstakes darling of budget hawks and the Wall St Journal editorial board isn’t leaving anything up to chance back home in Janesville.
The fire department and what appears to simply be a good Samaritan save the life of an older man trapped by fire. From Racine, Wisconsin.
SEIU attacks LA Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa for pension reform proposal. Villaraigosa wants to raise the retirement age of city workers to 67 and increase employer contributions to the system.
Debbie Wasserman Schultz isn’t exactly boosting confidence for Democrats in this interview with Piers Morgan.
Romney reacts to Wisconsin recall results. “The union members, they’ll support us.”
A source sends along this search ad, which is running in Wisconsin on recall election day.
A bitter race comes with especially bitter accusations of wrongdoing. “Page two of the playbook for preparing for a recount,” a Republican says.
Obama uses campaign list to encourage supporters to support Barrett in Wisconsin recall election.
The bitterly polarized vote over Scott Walker is tomorrow. Today, a frantic scramble for the final votes.
June is Dairy Month in Wisconsin. The recall election is Tuesday.
Next Wednesday, Walker vs. Barrett turns into Romney vs. Obama. The GOP claims “a jumpstart.”
New ad touts job numbers that Democrats say aren’t true (Walker revised the numbers from his first year in office this week). The latest shot in the $18 million air war in Wisconsin.