Raises money off the Republican from Wisconsin.2:31 PM, Feb 28, 2015 • By DANIEL HALPER
The Democratic National Committee is already asking its supporters to "Stop Scott Walker." That's the subject of an email sent along this afternoon to supporters.
And here's the body of the email message
The call to action is in reference to remarks Walker made at the Conversative Political Action Conference days ago outside Washington, D.C.
"I want a commander in chief who will do everything in their power to ensure that the threat from radical Islamic terrorists does not wash up on American soil," Walker told the crowd. "If I can take on 100,000 protesters, I can do the same across the world."
These words alone apparently reason enough for the Democrats to try to "Stop Him" from becoming president of the United States.
1:32 PM, Jul 14, 2014 • By GEOFFREY NORMAN
One of the Democratic party’s most loyal and powerful interest groups is, evidently, falling out of love with the Obama administration. As Peter Sullivan of The Hill reports:
8:01 AM, Mar 26, 2014 • By DANIEL HALPER
Two hundred North Carolina teachers are getting their hours cut due to Obamacare, WITN reports:
"Substitute teachers are trying to find ways to substitute their incomes after recent cuts," says one local anchor.
10:35 AM, Jul 11, 2013 • By DANIEL HALPER
WTHI reports that local Indiana schools will be able to keep employees because of the employer mandate delay:
"A lot of politics in today's education, but for a now, at least, a delay in Obamacare will allow teacher's aides more time in Vego county classrooms," the local news outlet reports.
1:04 PM, Jan 29, 2013 • By DANIEL HALPER
A press release from gun-rights group Rocky Mountain Gun Owners announces that last night it gave a firearms class to 300 teachers in Colorado. There was no cost for admission.
The GOP shouldn’t write off educators.Jan 21, 2013, Vol. 18, No. 18 • By COLLEEN HYLAND
As Republicans discuss the future of the party, abandoning conservative values need not be part of the conversation. The party can appeal to larger segments of the electorate without forsaking core principles. One case in point is a group the party has long written off: public school teachers.
9:49 AM, Sep 11, 2012 • By GEOFFREY NORMAN
The strike by Chicago teachers continues. It is a hardship for parents and one more tough break for the students in Chicago's public schools, some 40 percent of whom drop out before graduating high school. Equally unfortunate are the 20 percent who do graduate but are still functionally illiterate. But the strike is also an opportunity for some, including Mayor Rahm Emmanuel who famously said that, in politics, you never want to let a good crisis go to waste.
11:40 AM, Sep 10, 2012 • By GEOFFREY NORMAN
The public school teachers are going on strike in Chicago and the first worry of the people who run the city is for the safety of the children—where violence is already sky-high. The political class in Chicago has already failed in its duty to provide for the public safety. Failing to keep the schools open and the teachers happy, is a lesser offense. The strike will be settled and the teachers' union will get more than it deserves but less than it wants while insisting that this is all about the children.
An education agenda for Mitt Romney.Jun 11, 2012, Vol. 17, No. 37 • By FREDERICK M. HESS AND ANDREW P. KELLY
The Republican presidential candidates have spent the past year saying little about education. When they have addressed the issue, it has often been in terse calls to “turn off the lights” at the U.S. Department of Education.