So we have a professor at University of Wisconsin-Whitewater offering students extra credit to attend Walker protests, and the chancellor of University of Wisconsin-Madison working against Walker too.

These are taxpayer funded schools.

Eric Owens of the Daily Caller reports.

Taxpayer-Funded U. Wisconsin Chancellor Spends Her Days Lobbying Alumni Against Scott Walker

Rebecca Blank, the taxpayer-funded chancellor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, has sent a number of emails to alumni openly lobbying against a budget proposed by Republican Gov. Scott Walker that includes cuts to higher education.

A Feb. 18 email from Blank blatantly implores alumni to call state legislators to complain about the proposed education cuts.

“If you choose to contact your legislator on behalf of the university, I encourage you to thank them for engaging in an active discussion about the university budget, tell them you recognize that the state is facing a difficult budget situation and that the university must do its share along with other state agencies, but that a budget cut of the magnitude called for in the proposed budget is just too big and will have a significant negative impact on UW-Madison and its students,” Blank propagandizes in the email obtained by The Daily Caller.

“I encourage you to stay informed about the UW budget by visiting,” the chancellor’s email, entitled “This week’s conversation with alumni,” further urges.

Blank, who was hired in 2013, collects a base salary of $495,000, plus various perks and benefits…

A Feb. 5 email from Blank sternly rebukes Walker for his plan to reduce government spending.

“Governor Scott Walker has proposed cutting the University of Wisconsin System by $300 million over the next two years to help fill a state budget deficit,” she writes. “UW–Madison’s share of that cut is expected to be $57 million per year.”