The Republicans are facing the recalls because of their support for Gov. Walker's bill killing collective bargaining rights for public workers.
The right-wing push to destroy unions in Wisconsin ran into a wall this morning.
"If we had a boycott, trust me, we would be shouting it from the rooftops," noted Sheila Cochran, chief operating officer of the Milwaukee Labor Council.
More than 3,000 people came out to protest right-wing Gov. Scott Walker and his illegal, anti-labor actions.
A judge here ruled March 29 that a restraining order is still in force for a law that kills collective bargaining rights for public workers.
DETROIT - Addressing 1,200 union activists, United Auto Workers President Bob King called for a return to the social consciousness of the union's founders.
Anyone who thinks the upsurge by workers all across America is not of historic proportions hasn't been paying attention.
Tucson unions put on a strong show of solidarity with Wisconsin recently by showing up at the University of Arizona's McKale Center before the University of Wisconsin basketball team took to the court in a second round game of the NCAA tournament.
"We will win! We will win!" That was the chant of an exuberant crowd of over 150,000 from across the state and region that rocked the capitol grounds March 12th.
50,000 people showed up March 5, surrounding the Wisconsin Capitol in a river of determination and a joyous celebration of solidarity.