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New Anti-Walker Ad

02/28/11 12:54PM

This is the toughest anti-Walker ad unions have put out yet.  We saw it on Greg Sargent's "The Plum Line" first: read more

Outrage over WI Assembly passage

02/25/11 09:28AM

It's the first major step in getting rid of collective bargaining rights for state workers.  After 61 hours of debate, the WI state Assembly passesd the budget bill, 51-17, early this morning.  On the floor, protesters erupted, yelling, "no!" and "shame".  You can see the video here.  There's still no state Senate vote - the WI-14 remain out-of-state. read more

What's in Ed's Head: 2/24/11

02/24/11 03:33PM

These are the stories the staff of “The Ed Show” are keeping an eye on …Rep. Keith Ellison (D-Minn.) calls on the President to visit Wisconsin.  Ed seconds that motion.Local groups have officially filed to pursue some of “The Wisconsin 14” for recall.  They’ll need around 16,000 signatures to move further.  One of the senators they’re going after is Lena Taylor, who joined us last night. read more

The Walker Tapes

02/23/11 03:59PM

In this cringe-worthy interview,  Gov. Scott Walker is caught red-handed during a phone call in which he believes he's talking to his campaign contributor, David Koch of the Koch brothers. Unfortunately for Walker,  it was actually buffalobeast.com's editor, Ian Murphy recording the conversation.  Oops.Part 1: Part 2: TONIGHT: Ed reacts.  read more

What's in Ed's Head: 2/23/11

02/23/11 03:21PM

These are the stories the staff of "The Ed Show" are keeping an eye on ...   AFL-CIO memo: Wisconsin united, protesters have an eye on Thursday.After busing Tea Partiers to Wisconsin over the weekend, the Koch brothers are setting up shop and opening a lobbying office in Madison.  Their group, Americans for Prosperity, also put out this ad accusing teachers of "abandoning children" by protesting for their bargaining rights.    It's not just the Koch brothers.  Other groups are also blaming the middle class and siding with Gov. read more

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