The Earls had a modest hit with this doo-wop ditty. "Remember Then" debuted at #94 on the Billboard Hot 100 for the week ending December 15, 1962. It spent 9 weeks on the chart, peaking at #24.
Original 4/27/2015 post, "Dear Scott Walker, Admitting you consulted with Sen. Jeff Sessions on immigration is not a confidence builder, starts here.
Best Friends Forever
Walker's novel stance on immigration seen as risky. (Wisconsin State Journal, 4/27/2015)
On the advice of the Koch Brothers?
Walker said he had talked with Alabama Republican Rep. Jeff Sessions, chairman of the Senate Judiciary’s immigration subcommittee, who had previously been a rare voice in calling for fewer legal immigrants.
The Senate's anti-immigration warrior. (Politico, 3/15/2015)
Sessions has long been a critic not just of legalizing undocumented immigrants but also of allowing more immigrants into the United States at all — a view to which many in the GOP take exception.
Scott Walker. Know him by the company he keeps.