Posted in American Politics, Class, Democrats, Egypt, France, Labor Relations, National Issues, The Mainstream Media (MSM), Unions/Union Busting, Wisconsin
Tags: Democratic, Doug La Follette, Egypt, Forward!, Kathleen Falk, Kathleen Vinehout, Mahlon Mitchell, Rebecca Kleefisch, The Democratic Party, The Demoratic Party of Wisconsin, Tom Barrett, United States, United Wisconsin, Wisconsin
Posted in African American History, American History, American Politics, Budget Cuts, Class, Democrats, Joblessness, Labor History, Labor Relations, National Issues, The Economy, Unions/Union Busting, Wisconsin
Tags: "The Isthmus", BadgerCare, California, David Obey, Faux Noise, Fraud, Governor Walker, High Speed Train, Kathleen Vinehout, Madison WI, Mahlon Mitchell, Peter Barca, Rebecca Kleefisch, Recall, Republicans, Russ Feingold, Ryan Lawler, Scott and Jeff Fitzgerald, Scott Fitzgerald, Scott Walker, Signatures, State Senator Jon Erpenbach, State Street, Steve Kagan, The February Uprising, The Koch Brothers, The Orpheum Theatre, United States, United Wisconsin, Walker, Wisconsin, Wisconsinites
Posted in African American History, American Politics, Black People, Class, Cultural History, Democrats, Education, People of Color, Race, The Mainstream Media (MSM), Wisconsin
Tags: "Mr. Smith Goes to Washington", African Americans, Asians, Blacks, Democratic, DMV, Fred Risser, Governor Jim Doyle, Governor Scott Walker, Grassroots Democrats, Grassroots Movement, Identification, Identity document, Jim Doyle, Jim Holperin, Jon Erpenbach, Kathleen Vinehout, Latinos, Madison WI, People of Color, President Barack Obama, Racism, Reichstag, Republican, Senator Fred Risser, Senator Lena Taylor, Senator Risser, Southeast Asians, U.C. Berkeley, UW-Madison, Voter Suppression, Wisconsin
Posted in African American History, American History, American Politics, Bailouts, Budget Cuts, Celebrities/Royals, Civil Rights/Human Rights, Class, Democrats, Discrimination, Education, Joblessness, Labor History, Labor Relations, Lena Taylor, Music, Obama Administration, People of Color, Public Intellectualism, Race, Revolutions, Sam Cooke, The Economy, The Impressions, The Rest of the World, The Tea Party Movement, Unions/Union Busting, Wisconsin, Women
Tags: African Americans, Banned, Black Women, Blacks, Bradley Whitford, Capitol Square, Curtis Mayfield, David Prosser, Democratic Party (United States), Ed Schultz, Firefighters Union, Fred Risser, Hundreds of Thousands, Jesse Jackson, Jim Holperin, Jon Erpenbach, Julie Lassa, Kathleen Vinehout, Lena Taylor, Madison WI, Michael Moore, Middle Classes of Color, Pregnant While Lawmaking, Republican, Robert Jauch, Robert Wirch, Self-Respect, Self-Worth, Song Lyrics, Spencer Coggs, State Senator Jon Erpenbach, State Senator Lena Taylor, Susan Sarandon, The Capitol Square, The Fab 14, The Fabulous 14, The Impressions, The Middle Class, Throngs, Tony Shalhoub, Wisconsin
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