by Chidem Kurdas
Wisconsin governor Scott Walker is in the extremely unusual position of facing a recall vote less than two years after he was elected in 2010. The recall is orchestrated by unions that have gone all out to reverse his valiant effort to contain the growth in state and local spending. This vote has wide implications beyond the state of Wisconsin, implications for all government budget making and the question of whether taxpayers can be protected at all against predatory interests.
Mr. Walker’s supposed crime is to be on the taxpayers’ side. Read the rest of this entry »