On Paul Ryan writing political autobiography
Lying Ryan it will be fiction.
On Wis. GAB seeks absentee voting rule changes
Or in their vacation homes overseas.
On Walker signs work share bill
Starting January 2014 anyone working over 30 hours a week the employer will have to provide health insurance. So now all the employers can change them from full time to part time they will not have to provide health insurance. But will only be paid for 29 hours a week so paycheck goes down and cant afford to get individual insurance either. But cant get Medicaid either.
On FAA says furloughed air-traffic controllers returning to work
But okay to cut meals on wheels, social security, the elderly don't yell as much are more agreeable so they get the cuts.
On Albany middle school to become charter school
This is such a horrible idea. The smart kids will go from A's to C's. And they are not learning anything. Lets skip science and history for a month and write essay. Oh yeah learning a lot and do with 2 others that don't care, so call it a project. The kids are not working well together. So all get bad grades for 2 subjects.. So GPA down the drain. Doing this so can keep community center open and the stupid vegetable garden.. Can cut corners lot of ways then doing this dumb charter school. The kids and lot of teachers are so stressed out. . This will never work.
On Gov. Walker flirting with presidential bid
I agree onedayatatime. I see and hear lot of ignorance. Got to think for yourself one of these days. But I dont think kids now learn to think for themselves.
On Wis. drops to 44th in private-sector job creation
Caterpillar Laying-Off Hundreds in South Milwaukee
Just days before negotiations are set to begin with United Steel Workers Local 1343, Caterpillar has announced that it will lay off up to 300 at its South Milwaukee Plant. The company declined an interview, but in a statement attributed the cutbacks to trying to bring production in line with demand. Besides temporary layoffs, the company says it will also take other action that will differ from location to location and impact everyone from production and support to management. http://www.wuwm.com/news/wuwm_news.php?a...
On When do student prayers cross the First Amendment line?
Roggensack Supports Using Taxpayer Dollars to Fund Scientology Schools
Submitted by Jud Lounsbury on Thu, 03/14/2013 - 3:45pm
Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Patience Roggensack supports the use of tax payer dollars, via school vouchers, to fund Scientology and any other religious teaching that someone may find controversial. In 1997, then a 4th District Court of Appeals judge, Roggensack wrote the dissenting opinion that would be the basis for the landmark 1998 Wisconsin Supreme Court ruling upholding the law that enables tax dollars to be spent on religious schools, including Scientology, through school vouchers. People may scoff at notion of a Scientology school receiving funding in Wisconsin, but there is nothing to prevent it and, in fact, it would be illegal to discriminate against Scientologists should they wish to be included in a voucher program and met the minimum qualifications of other voucher schools. And the idea isn't that far-fetched: Scientologist elementary schools are popping-up all over the country. This issue recenlty came up in Louisiana, where Republicans passed a voucher bill and wrongly thought they were funding "religious" schools of the Christian variety and were shocked to find that tax payer money could be spent on Scientology and, even worse, a MUSLIM school: http://www.uppitywis.org/blogarticle/rog...
On Janesville School District asks teachers to sign incomplete contracts
On Should state enact sobriety checkpoints?
Stupid idea! Makes me cringe on how BIG the government is getting.
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