In early October, Wisconsin voters received the news from Democrats that they might be spared the late barrage of Senate TV ads.

Senator Ron Johnson is right, Russ Feingold is a phony. With less than two weeks to go until Election Day, and Wisconsin polls tightening daily, Russ Feingold is breaking his SuperPAC pledge.

Wisconsin voters who watched both Wisconsin debates must be having deja vu. That’s because just like the first debate, Senator Ron Johnson consistently held Russ Feingold accountable for his failed record and out of touch support for Hillary Clinton.

Russ Feingold’s career as a politician was a major liability for him during tonight’s Wisconsin Senate debate. Throughout the night Senator Ron Johnson threw Feingold’s failed record back into his face. On the biggest issues facing Wisconsin voters today, Feingold’s record is the wrong one.

Yesterday afternoon Russ Feingold sat down with the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel editorial board. It was brutal.

Russ Feingold has a tenuous grasp on the facts of his post-Senate employment. Senator Ron Johnson has accused Feingold of bilking many institutions of higher learning for exorbitant fees.

Despite denials from the White House, reports reveal that internal conversations within the Obama Administration centered around concerns that sending – literally – pallets of cash to Iran as U.S. hostages were released sure seemed like a “ransom payment.”

Swing State Democrats Are Choosing Socialism Over Clintonism 

12 months ago

Updated August 3, 2016

It seems like only yesterday that establishment Democrats were hand-wringing over Vermont socialist Bernie Sanders’ increasing popularity with the grassroots base and the difficulties his extreme positions would cause for down-ballot candidates.