We also learn that Trumka, whose Mineworkers' Union has been linked to outright violence and murder, will be
That's not all. The thug-chers, 500 or so, showed up outside Walker's residence in Tosa to intimidate his wife and children. And the Corner reports:
...Hopper [a Pubbie legislator] has received threatening phone calls and e-mails. These are threats of a physical nature. “We are working with law enforcement in my district. They are watching my home and my business.” Other Republicans have had their homes and businesses threatened, too. The unionists have demonstrated outside those homes and businesses.
...I ask whether he is going home tonight, to sleep. He says, “We’re not disclosing that. My colleagues and I are not talking about that. We’re working with law enforcement” on the matter.
I have advice for Mr. Hopper: