Gov. Scott Walker and his new capitol police chief may not like them, but the Solidarity Singers deserve your support. They’ve been gathering each weekday in the Capitol (you know, the People’s House, the one that Walker would like to sell off to a corporation) and singing protest songs ever since Walker tried to bust public employee unions. This summer, they decided to ignore a judge’s ruli...
Walker blew through $160,000 of state taxpayer money while flying on
state-owned planes in the first six months of this year.
$100,000 more than he’d spent in the first six months of 2011, when he was
flying around the state trying to convince
Folks—I’ve got a problem. I’m going through Gov. Scott Walker’s use of the state plane this year. And I’m scratching my head over his whereabouts on March 14, 2013. The plane left Madison with a security guy and Walker’s deputy chief of staff, Scott Matejov. They flew to Milwaukee, where they picked up the governor and his traveling press aide, Chris Walker (no relation, I...