A former Miss Wisconsin and Donald Trump supporter sought to counter charges of racism and sexism against the GOP presidential candidate on Friday, saying he had come to the aid of her family in "its darkest hour."
There seems to be a lot of these stories out there. It's just that they are pretty hard to find. Full Story....Here
A fairly long read but well worth the time. Thought provoking and insightful analysis of the situation the United States is in.
The overriding question of 2016 has been how eager the American people are to reject the bipartisan class that has ruled this country contrary to its majority’s convictions. Turned out, eager enough to throw out the baby with the dirty bathwater. The ruling class’s united front in response to the 2008 financial crisis had ignited the Tea Party’s call for adherence to the Constitution, and led to elections that gave control of both houses of Congress to the Republican Party. But as Republicans became full partners in the ruling class’s headlong rush in what most considered disastrous directions, Americans lost faith in the Constitution’s power to restrain the wrecking of their way of life. Full Story....Here
BCRP Monthly meeting Monday October 10, 6:30 at headquarters, 20 W. Marshall St. Rice Lake.
There was an e-mail sent and information posted on the calendar saying there was going to be a debate party. That information is incorrect. There is NO DEBATE PARTY and no need to bring a dish to pass. Sorry for the confusion.
The end all argument for Photo ID at the voting booth.
By: Tammy Bruce
That effort is to secure the voting system for citizens by making sure only citizens are voting. The Democrats argue it’s “racist” to demand ID at the polls. They know that’s not true, as evidenced by the fact that they don’t demand an end to ID requirements in any other aspect of living our lives. After all, if it’s racist to ask for an ID at a voting booth, why isn’t it so at an airport, or to get into a federal building, or to open a checking account? Emphasis mine. Full story....Here
The BCRP Office is open Monday through Friday from 10 AM to 6 PM and Saturday from 10 AM to 3 PM.
Any Farmer, Landowner, Cabin on the Lake owner who votes for Feingold is ceding their ownership rights to the Federal Government. I'm sure that will work out just fine.
An Environmental Protection Agency water regulation change heavily backed by President Barack Obama was proposed as legislation in 2009 by then-Wisconsin Sen. Russ Feingold (D). After the proposal died in Congress and Feingold received the boot from voters in 2010, the Obama Administration EPA moved ahead with implementing the change anyway using the regulatory power of the federal government. The change, now known as the Waters of the United States (WOTUS) rule, dramatically expands the reach of federal environmental regulators when it comes to waterways and activities that occur on or near those waterways. Full story....Here
Please support Romaine Quinn by attending the first debate with his opponent Huftel. The debate will be held at the University of Wisconsin, Rice Lake branch on Thursday, September 29, at 7 PM.