via Vicki McKenna
By Brian Sikma
Just how successful these various efforts by the Left will be in Wisconsin and other battleground states remains to be seen. But one thing is certain: if conservative political groups don’t provide a powerful counter-punch, a win by liberal Democrats in numerous elections is a foregone conclusion.Full story....Here
Interesting article, several points of disagreement but an interesting read.
NOTE: Editors opinion; does not reflect the opinion, policy, or endorsement of the Barron County Republican Party, any affiliated groups or organizations.
"while conservatives want fewer voters because they believe the ones remaining will be more conservative," In my experience, it is not that conservatives want fewer voters, it's that conservatives want voters who understand the duty and obligation to the Republic. Not personal whim or personal gain.
by KEVIN D. WILLIAMSON
It isn’t that voters are not profoundly ignorant, it’s just that making them less ignorant isn’t really going to help much on Election Day, because political preferences are not, in the main, a function of knowledge. Full story....Here
Can I at least get a response as to why you won't run my op ed? It's factual and I challenge anyone at the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel to refute any of the facts. You have the largest readership in the state. Don't they deserve to know the truth from the horse's mouth amidst all the attacks on my character?... Full story....Here
So why have liberals chosen to try and force the issue of “Transgender" Rights down our throats and trigger another (and possibly) losing fight over loo access?
Read more: http://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2016/05/what_the_restroom_war_is_really_about.html#ixzz496Ug6SRV
Feingold is worried about the national debt, a problem he helped create. Talk about hypocrisy.
By: Josh Denton |
Recently, Feingold attempted to bash Ron Johnson, saying he “hasn’t really tried” to reduce the national debt. Yet in the 90’s Feingold voted multiple times against an effort to amend the Constitution to require Congress to pass balanced budgets. Full story....Here
This is a very big deal, folks. This is a real blow to our unelected, unaccountable, and seemingly unmanageable bureaucratic horde. Governor Walker was the driving force behind Act 21 and we have an Attorney General willing to enforce it.
"Act 21 restricts state agencies from promulgating administrative rules unless such authority is “explicitly conferred” on an agency by the Legislature." What a unique concept, you'd think these guys, Walker and Schimel, actually believe in the "rule of law". Full story....Here
Thank you Governor Walker and Representative Quinn.