Monthly Archives: May 2011

Speaking Up Over Attorney General’s Silence On FBI Misdeeds


Irate peace activists interrupted US Attorney General Eric Holder’s speech about youth programs several times in frustration for what they characterize as an FBI Witch Hunt violating the First Amendment rights of citizens to protest. Holder is one of the few people in the country who could reign in this action, but he has so far refused to comment on it or to act in any way Continue Reading →

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Wisconsin Circuit Court Rules Against Anti-Collective Bargaining Law

Click on Photo to Read Timeline of Wisconsin Uprising Against Gov. Scott Walker

Concluding that the Republican-led Wisconsin legislature violated the Open Meetings Law when it rammed through Governor Scott Walker’s anti-collective bargaining legislation on March 9 and 10, Judge Maryann Sumi of the Wisconsin Circuit Court Branch 2 (located in Monroe County, near the state’s southern border with Illinois) ruled overturned the controversial law today. Continue Reading →

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DFL: Pawlenty Left Minnesota Holding The Bag

Iowa Democratic Party Chair Talks About Tim Pawlenty's record

As Minnesota’s legislature struggles to solve the biggest deficit in the state’s history, its former Governor, Tim Pawlenty is in neighboring Iowa to announce he is running for President. Minnesota’s Democratic Farmer Labor Party Chair Ken Martin traveled to Des Moines today to answer questions about Pawlenty’s record. Martin had a lot to tell.
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