Nevada? Chicago? Scott is talking in code and it's older than anything the Packers have in their playbook.
Despots and wannabe dictators always try to destroy unions so they can assume complete control. It is up to us to save our democracy and our nation's future.
As Wisconsin Republicans passed an anti-union bill in the state Senate, a bill in Michigan goes even further.
Simpler and cheaper solutions exist than the emotional confrontations that have resulted from the firing of Charlie Sheen, the threat to union jobs or the possible cancellation of the NFL season.
I would remind Governor Walker of these words from Clarence Darrow: "With all their faults, trade unions have done more for humanity than any other organization of men that ever existed."
I predict the naked power grab by the Republican party in Wisconsin will go down in history as the second "shot heard 'round the world" which began the second American Revolution. Except it won't be a revolution. It will be a transformation.
Scott Walker and Wisconsin Republicans have now made it crystal clear that their goal all along had nothing whatever to do with the state budget and everything to do with busting unions.
Dear Governor Walker: Thank you for taking the labor movement from an increasingly declining and divided entity to a unified and surging force for good with unprecedented public support.
Despite Wednesday evening's news of a bill being forced through here in Madison, Wisconsin, protestors are maintaining hope that their voices will be heard by Governor Walker.
Scott Walker has taken Wisconsin, a state so chock-full of "Midwestern nice," you need insulin after talking to the locals, and turned into a place where people are talking General Strike. Seriously.
In the wake of the Wisconsin Senate's end-run to strip public employees of collective bargaining rights, the top labor unions are organizing state-wide protests Thursday morning.
The Huffington Post's Senior Political Editor Howard Fineman appeared Wednesday night on MSNBC's 'The Last Word With Lawrence O'Donnell' to discuss th...
At this time of uprising in the world, we would do well to attend to our own blind spots. Having seen the brutality in other countries, might we be ready to take on brutality in our own?
After a month of passionate public outcry against his union-busting strategy, Governor Walker has an opportunity to demonstrate his ability to govern with reason and moderation.
"You can't fight city hall" is an illusion that is going the way of the wild goos in the Midwest, in the Middle East, in the middle brain of youth around the world.
For a state run by Republicans who purport to be all about less government interference and fiscal responsibility, the legislature in Utah has missed just about every mark possible.