On one side you have The Great Ronald Reagan, Saint of the conservative movement, arguing FOR citizens rights and ability to form unions for collective bargaining purposes.
Moment of Zen - Ronald Reagan Supports Unions - Ronald Reagan supports unions and collective bargaining in a speech from the 80s. (0:09)
On the other side you have Scott Walker who is, essentially, calling teachers arguing for their right to form unions for collective bargaining, 'ISIS type terrorists';
Washington Post On Scott Walker: He has not impressed many leading Republicans with his grasp of foreign affairs. He drew mockery from members of both parties last month for refusing to talk about foreign policy on a trip to London and then for comparing his experience battling labor protesters to taking on Islamic State terrorists.
Lets take a look at what these ISIS type teachers are like, shall we...
Crisis in Dairyland - For Richer and Poorer - Scott Walker puts the public sector unions -- and particularly teachers -- on notice that the gravy train is over. (3:03)
Crisis in Dairyland - Apocalypse Cow - Wisconsin Republicans use a loophole to vote without Democrats, and Sam Bee gets a taste of what it's like to live the teacher's dream. (6:26)
5 x Five - Colbert Report on Unions - Teachers - From robot educators in Japan to the elimination of collective bargaining in Wisconsin, Stephen explores the issues that are facing teachers today. (2:50)