Ed Schultz rips apart Scott Walker's worst job losses in the country record. But the fun doesn't stop there. He then brings on Governor Pat Quinn (D-IL) for a little job growth schadenfreude.
It’s almost as if the stars are out to get Governor Scott Walker. First, his recall election gets certified and then part of his infamous union busting bill gets thrown out.
While campaigning in Wisconsin via phone, Mitt Romney endorsed Governor Scott Walker's "labor policies" and Representative Paul Ryan's "budget plan".
I have recently been informed on Twitter by an “ordained minster” that Republicans are right to disrespect the President because God tells them to call out those who “pervert” the Bible. Keep this in mind, then, as I tell you the story of Wisconsin today, because it seems like Republican God has mysterious values.
Republican governor Scott Walker won’t say whether he was subpoenaed or not, but he has lawyered up and says he is willing to sit down with the investigator of the John Doe investigation that has already landed several of his top aides and donors in jail and/or with felony convictions. Walker has chosen lawyers who specialize in real estate and complex criminal law.
The investigation into GOP Wisconsin governor Scott Walker's aides comes closer to the big fish, and the DA says more charges are coming.
Tim Russell, a Scott Walker aide, was arrested for charges of embezzling money meant for families of soldiers killed in Iraq and Afghanistan.
An internal memo from PA Gov. Tom Corbett’s administration reveals that even GOPers think extremists like Walker and Kasich are failures.