Killing a Wisconsin Wage Law Didn’t Save Money, It Gave CEOs a Raise

The 2017 repeal of prevailing wage rules resulted in fewer local contractors getting work, declining blue-collar wages, yet no savings for state government.

The killing of the prevailing wage law was a winner only for CEOs and the Wisconsin GOP. Nothing to see here … move along.

PS: Remember this on November 3 if you’re anyone other than a CEO or Republican legislator.

Source: Killing a Wisconsin Wage Law Didn’t Save Money, It Gave CEOs a Raise

This is the issue.

First of all, there’s no reason for anyone other than the military to have access to this type of weapon. Some will say, “this right here is the reason.” No. No, it isn’t.

Second, where are the police? Do white people understand this right here is the crux of the issue? It’s the double-standard, stupid.

Chris Wallace is uniquely qualified to interview Trump — and uniquely independent at Fox News 

Wallace’s polite but firm questions and follow-ups suggested to number of expert observers that he had cracked the code on interviewing Trump, a man who has spent decades outmaneuvering TV interviewers by evading questions, badgering the interviewer or by laying down a fog of uncheckable boasts and outright lies.

I don’t think he “cracked the code.”  He’s just that good of journalist.

Source: Chris Wallace is uniquely qualified to interview Trump — and uniquely independent at Fox News – The Washington Post