Ryan's superPAC spends $1.5 million to attack Randy Bryce
Reviving Howard Dean's '50 State' Strategy— starting at ground zero for conservative skullduggery, Wisconsin.
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Wisconsin state Senator Glenn Grothman apparently doesn't think much of the protesters spending the night in the capitol building and used the excuse that they're just a bunch of "slobs" trashing the building as the reason why Governor Scott Walker
Our mainstream media might be ignoring the protests in Wisconsin but Democracy Now had some excellent coverage of some of the speakers there over the weekend. Voices from the 100,000-Strong Protest for Workers’ Rights in Wisconsin: AMY
Could Fox's Gregg Jarrett have found a slimier couple of characters than Hans von Spakovsky and John Fund to throw around accusations that the White House is coordinating with Organizing for America and the DNC to organize the protests we're seeing
As seen on the <a href="http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10150100276213598&set=a.387939153597.166227.63035598597">WEAC</a> Facebook page.
When asked by<a href="http://www.democracynow.org/2011/2/17/democracy_uprising_in_the_usa_noam"> Amy Goodman of Democracy Now!</a> noted linguist and political activist Noam Chomsky brings up the current meme of comparing the uprising in Egypt with what is happening in Wisconsin.
Fox Business reporter Jeff Flock got a bit more than he bargained for in Madison today as some of the locals voiced their opinion of Fox's reportage. One guy in a wool cap was particularly in-your-face about it.
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