The U.S. DOL website uses two surveys showing small businesses support a minimum wage increase while ignoring numerous surveys showing they don’t.
A low-profile Google group used by over 1,000 state and national leftwing leaders and activists has been discovered thanks to Wisconsin’s open records law.
New legislation to repeal Common Core in Ohio and replace the national framework with state standards was introduced today by Ohio House Speaker Pro Tempore Matt Huffman (R-Lima) and Rep. Andy Thompson (R-Marietta).
Attempting damage control after a New York Times bombshell plagiarism story that now threatens to sink his campaign, U.S. Sen. John Walsh (D-MT) claimed in a local radio interview that his “mistake’ was “unintentional,” and tried to walk back his earlier comments that Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) might be to blame.
The U.S. Department of Labor ignores their own minimum wage statistics and instead uses liberal “think-tank” data.
Money from the cash-strapped federal highway trust fund is spent on Wisconsin bike paths, archeological research, and beautification projects.
Miami Herald columnist Marc Caputo recycled a failed 2010 political stunt yesterday, claiming a dormant smear on Gov. Rick Scott is fresh news.
OCI clarifies how it believes a recent U.S. Supreme Court decision will impact health insurance policies issued in Wisconsin.
In light of all of the news surrounding the scandal, Media Trackers compiled the top media responses to the Walsh plagiarism scandal.
Far-left Democrats are rallying behind liberal Republican Adam Putnam, encouraging him to continue following in Charlie Crist’s political shoes.