With hearings for President Trump's Supreme Court Justice nominee Judge Neil Gorsuch now underway, Senator Tammy Baldwin has yet to provide an explanation on why she broke her word to Wisconsinites regarding his nomination.
When Judge Gorsuch was first nominated, she said she would review his record and meet with him before reaching a decision on his nomination ...
Then, less than 48 hours later, she announced she opposed his nomination.
Yet another "about face" from a hypocritical politician who takes orders from her liberal party bosses in Washington -- not the people of Wisconsin.
Time and time again, Senator Baldwin has shown us that she would rather play political games and protect the Washington status quo instead of enact real reforms for Wisconsin families. She is a politician, not a public servant.
Judge Neil Gorsuch is a principled jurist with a brilliant legal mind, and he deserves the full consideration of the United States Senate. This is not about politics. This is about doing the right thing, which Tammy Baldwin has shown us -- repeatedly -- she is incapable of doing.
Please call Senator Baldwin and urge her to confirm Judge Neil Gorsuch.
Eau Claire office: 715-832-8424
Washington D.C. office 202-224-5653
Web Site: https://www.baldwin.senate.gov
For years the teachers unions and the rest of the liberal education establishment has considered the Wisconsin State Department of Public Instruction to be their exclusive domain and rightfully so. Almost all previous superintendents in the past several decades have been put into office by the money and power of the teachers unions and each superintendent has returned the support by pushing the union agenda. The current superintendent is no exception. Fortunately, Wisconsin has a real opportunity to make a change April 4 and elect a superintendent whose values and priorities are more in line modern educational thought. Full Story....Here
How many people on food stamps did Donald Trump's taxes support in 2005? Based on USDA data, the average cost per year, per beneficiary, was about $90 per month, or $1,080 per year, per beneficiary. Now that we know that Donald Trump paid $35 million in taxes that year, we can calculate that roughly 35,000 Americans (and non-citizens, who, for some reason, are receiving taxpayer-funded food) were fed courtesy of Mr. Trump that year. Full Story....Here
by DAVID FRENCH
Our Founders did not risk everything to build a culture that aims to risk nothing. The American republic was founded for a people who increasingly do not exist. It was founded to facilitate a dynamic culture — against the backdrop of war, the ultimate risk — to guarantee not safety and comfort but hope and possibility. A founding generation stared the world’s greatest military power in the face and didn’t just rebel but articulated a spiritual and cultural purpose for a new nation and a new government. The government existed to protect the liberty of the people, and the people were to use that liberty to do something positive, to “pursue happiness.” Full Story....Here
The Social Security Administration paid $1 billion in benefits to individuals who did not have a Social Security Number (SSN), according to a new audit.
The agency’s inspector general found errors in the government’s documentation for representative payees, otherwise known as individuals who receive retirement or disability payments on behalf of another person who is incapable of managing the benefits themselves.
We, BCRP, are going to have a table at the Blue Hills Sportsmen's Club Gun Show which will be at the Chetek Faith Baptist Church, Friday March 17 (3-8) and Saturday March 18 (9-4)
We need volunteers to help man this table. Duties are not strenuous and should be with a sympathetic crowd. The main thrust of the table is to sign up new members and to collect e-mail addresses. We are going to have a drawing for 4 US silver eagles and have some Trump campaign signs for sale.
Right now you can pretty well pick your hours so volunteer soon.
Important story on the health care debate. This article falls in line with the message Sean Duffy presented at the Lincoln Day Dinner. We are not going to get a perfect bill but the Republican plan may be a lot better than what is being presented. Please read and form your own opinion.
The tsunami of criticism that greeted last week’s introduction of the American Health Care Act (AHCA) was probably inevitable, considering the questionable character of some career politicians, the liberal inclination of the legacy media, and the hopelessly convoluted maze of mandates, taxes, and regulations that is Obamacare. Even honest observers got important details of AHCA wrong, while failing to comprehend its place in the overall GOP plan to rid the nation of the “Affordable Care Act.” Saturday morning, President Trump used his weekly address to clear up some of the confusion: Full Story....Here