Wisconsin state employees are upset about losing roughly 10% of take-home salary and all rights to bargain on work conditions, but Scott Walker has vowed to save their jobs, which is more than can be said for the poor working stiffs in the in the private sector. For example, Tim Sullivan, CEO of Bucyrus will lose his job this summer, forced to find new employment in a harsh business market. No doubt, Sullivan has been contributing to his own pension and paying for his own insurance since he's been employed as CEO, and he will now be forced to decide between feeding his family and contributing to his retirement, a concern union employees never have to make.

 

One of Sullivan's options for the future includes teaching. "Maybe I can get a job as a business teacher," he said.

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Wednesday, July 25, 2007 38458
Art Critiques by Rainbow Meadows A man from Pewaukee was arrested April 4th for his new performance art exhibit at the Milwaukee Art Museum. Art critics have said that the form of performance art, known as artisto destructo and utilized by such well-known artists as John Cage and Yoko Ono, is little more than someone who is not artistic interacting with art. The piece at the Milwaukee Art Museum, however, involved a man called “Pewaukee Man” ripping down "The Triumph of David" by Ottavio Vannini and putting his foot through the painting, valued at $300,000. Pewaukee Man’s work, entitled “David and Goliath’s Goliath” was no mere angry tirade, but a work of performance art that may turn the art world upside down.
Thursday, August 02, 2007 10191
Hey kids, at Real Wisconsin News, we like to listen to the rock and roll music every chance we get. This page contains links to local bands, as well as reviews of their concerts.

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