Protesters stand up for free speech rights, as Republicans hand out licenses to kill.
Republicans in the Wisconsin legislature are pushing bills that reek of “political corruption, hackery and power grabs,” says State Sen. Lena Taylor.
Republican legislators have no idea about the depth of opposition they will face up north.
Now they want to make it harder for people with felonies to find jobs.
Scott Walker is usurping legislative powers, while his police are normalizing the handcuffing of peaceful people.
If the Basque people of Mondragon could do it under the iron fist of Franco, we can certainly do it.
As in Madison, so too in lower Manhattan and across the country: what is most exciting is the creation and holding of a political and social space of possibility.
Unless you’re at the capitol every day checking on the bulletin boards every hour, you won’t have access to what is going on in government.
Many of these bills resemble ALEC templates crafted at the group's New Orleans conference this past August.
Wisconsin Republicans may give Walker the authority to make the final decision on the requirements for Voter ID and the procedures for his own recall—or even if there may be one.
Short-term jobs that would endanger the environment and fuel the war machine are not the way to go.
How do you talk about building trust with someone whose boot is still firmly planted on your neck?
When citizens are not given a voice in their government and laws are made to silence and disempower us, acts such as pouring a beer over the head of one of the inner circle of conspirators are tokens of resistance.
With the legislature back in session for one day, Walker and his minions did nothing to boost jobs.
After using the media frequently and deftly over the past year to promote this project, the chief proponent of the charter school said no members of the media were allowed at the meeting.