syria

Wineke: What's with these guys?

The world is in a time of peril. Russia has annexed part of Crimea. No one is quite sure what is happening in Afghanistan. Iraq seems mired in a new civil war. The civil war in Syria is destroying the country. It's kind of a dangerous situation out there.And the right wing in America sees it all as an opportunity to undermine the president.

Sen. Baldwin opposes military action in Syria

Democratic Sen. Tammy Baldwin, of Wisconsin, speaks against military involvement in Syria

Sen. Tammy Baldwin says she opposes unilateral military action in Syria because "the use of chemical weapons is a global atrocity and it demands a global response."

Sen. Baldwin opposes military action in Syria

Democratic Sen. Tammy Baldwin, of Wisconsin, speaks against military involvement in Syria

Sen. Tammy Baldwin says she opposes unilateral military action in Syria because "the use of chemical weapons is a global atrocity and it demands a global response."

Sen. Baldwin opposes military action in Syria

Democratic Sen. Tammy Baldwin, of Wisconsin, speaks against military involvement in Syria

Sen. Tammy Baldwin says she opposes unilateral military action in Syria because "the use of chemical weapons is a global atrocity and it demands a global response."

Sen. Baldwin opposes military action in Syria

Democratic Sen. Tammy Baldwin, of Wisconsin, speaks against military involvement in Syria

Sen. Tammy Baldwin says she opposes unilateral military action in Syria because "the use of chemical weapons is a global atrocity and it demands a global response."

Johnson says too many questions remain on Syria

Johnson says too many questions remain on Syria for him to support military action right now

Wisconsin Sen. Ron Johnson says too many questions about possible military action in Syria remain for him to support it right now.

Johnson says too many questions remain on Syria

Johnson says too many questions remain on Syria for him to support military action right now

Wisconsin Sen. Ron Johnson says too many questions about possible military action in Syria remain for him to support it right now.

Johnson says too many questions remain on Syria

Johnson says too many questions remain on Syria for him to support military action right now

Wisconsin Sen. Ron Johnson says too many questions about possible military action in Syria remain for him to support it right now.

Johnson says too many questions remain on Syria

Johnson says too many questions remain on Syria for him to support military action right now

Wisconsin Sen. Ron Johnson says too many questions about possible military action in Syria remain for him to support it right now.

Kind, state legislators undecided on Syria

Concern that action could draw U.S. into prolonged conflict

Most members of Wisconsin's congressional delegation say they have not made up their minds on President Barack Obama's request for military intervention in Syria.