Frank Keegan on How Fiscal Reality Won a Victory in Wisconsin


This week's Wisconsin recall election wasn't a struggle over collective-bargaining "rights," observes Frank Keegan. It was a power struggle over an entrenched elite squeezing more out of citizens already getting by on less. And Tuesday's results have national implications: Fewer Americans working harder for less and paying more taxes to increasing numbers of government employees who get more is not a shared-sacrifice program that wins elections.