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Blog Shorts: Recall Wisconsin Governor??

So, let me begin this blog by stating that I am not a fan of Wisconsin governor, Scott Walker.  However, I have not signed any recall petitions.  304 more words


What is a woman?

A woman is a daughter, sister, niece, wife, mother, aunt, stepmother, and grandmother. She is the glue that holds the family together. She kisses booboos, heals hurts, encourages the timid, and guides the growth of her family. 656 more words

Current Events

Staff editorial (April 12, 2012)

Last Thursday, Gov. Scott Walker quietly signed 51 bills on Thursday and announced the list of bills on Friday.  Among them are three controversial bills that limit access to abortion services stress, abstinence-only sex education and repeal the state’s Equal Pay Enforcement Act, which made it easier for victims of wage discrimination to take it to court. 482 more words


The National Review Thinks There is No Sex-Discrimination in the Workplace

Last Thursday, Governor Scott Walker repealed Wisconsin’s Equal Pay Enforcement Act, which made it possible for victims of sex discrimination to further contest such discrimination in a Wisconsin circuit court–even if their cases were already on file with the federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, or in federal court, or with the Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development. 569 more words


Wisconsin Women Lose Equal Pay Protections

Lest you think that Republicans’ anti-women mentality only covers knocked-up, abortion-loving harlots, here’s the newest gem out of Wisconsin, home of the “single motherhood is… 1,089 more words

Wisconsin Republican to women: wage discrimination exists because of all the sandwich makin'

Wisconsin state senator Glenn Grothman (R-West Bend) wants women to know that the whole concept of wage discrimination is all in their heads:

“It’s an underreported problem,” Grothman told…

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