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Tuesday, September 8, 2015

 4:09 PM 

On Labor Day in N.H., Walker calls collective bargaining 'expensive entitlement'

In today's Walker Watch 2016 headline roundup: Gov. Scott Walker talks education, foreign policy and collective bargaining in New Hampshire, Walker prepares to outline his plan for "wreaking havoc" in D.C., and pundits question whether Walker can regain lost ground.  


News/features

- CBS: Scott Walker fires back at Obama on collective bargaining

- Washington Times: Obama unleashed: President bashes trickle-down economics, Walker, Christie

- Bloomberg: Scott Walker's Labor Day Weekend: Union Bike and Anti-Union Message

- New Hampshire Public Radio: A Motorcycle Tour Leads Scott Walker's Campaign In Some Unusual Directions 

- Midland Reporter Telegram: Scott Walker on education: States should take care of it

- Washington Post: To address refugee crisis, Scott Walker says the U.S. must fight Islamic State

- Capital Times: Walker to announce plans for 'wreaking havoc' on Washington at Reagan's alma mater

- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: Scott Walker's once high-flying campaign hits turbulence

- Wisconsin State Journal: Scott Walker's presidential bid raises questions about his leadership in Wisconsin

- Wisconsin State Journal: Scott Walker staying the course despite drop in poll position

- Philadelphia Inquirer: Presidential candidate Scott Walker getting pushed back in polls but not backing down

- Business Insider: One of the Republicans' strongest candidates is completely imploding

- WKOW-Madison: Bernie Sanders Leads Hillary Clinton by 9 in New Hampshire

- Wausau Daily Herald: Republican congressman Ribble assails Trump

- Bloomberg: The Summer of Trump Has These Republicans Seeking a September Reset


Opinion/analysis

- Jennifer Rubin: Walker's search for 'authenticity'

- John Nichols: Scott Walker Is Trying to Save His Failing Campaign by Bashing Unions

- Molly Ball: Can Scott Walker Save Himself?

- Neil McCluskey: Why Scott Walker's education plans will work for America

- Jimmy Anderson: How the Wisconsin media failed to warn us about Scott Walker

- Jason Easley: Media Ignores Scott Walker's Campaign Collapse While Obsessing Over Hillary Clinton

- Craig Gilbert: Scott Walker needs second debate to go better than first

- Jesse Berney: Scott Walker Should Be Ashamed of His Campaign's Labor Day Celebration

- Kyle Schmidlin: Scott Walker, meet Noam Chomsky: Here’s the real Iran history Republicans need to learn

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