Why does everyone think Ron Johnson is conservative?
Every day I read about Ron Johnson in the news, and every day I’m astonished that the media and his supporters consider him a “far right” candidate. It just does not seem to add up. Let’s review Johnson’s stances on the issues: -He’s not 100% pro-life. He allows for the three exceptions. -He supports some sort of amnesty program that allows people who are here | Read More »
This is the future of the Republican Party
This election year has brought about some unique, passionate candidates that are serious about bringing back true conservatism. I was fortunate enough to two candidates of this caliber speak at a TEA Party event this weekend. Candidate for Secretary of State of WI Pastor David King and U.S. Senate Candidate Dave Westlake both gave inspiring, powerful speeches that motivated the crowd…and really showed that if the people stand | Read More »
TEA Party Gives Special Treatment to Endorsed Candidates
The Washington County TEA Party, hosted by Common Sense Citizens (a subchapter of AFP) held an event today that allowed candidates to speak, as long as they followed strict regulations (they weren’t allowed to talk about their campaigns, opponents, or themselves, endorse a candidate, etc) Basically it was an opportunity for the TEA party members to get to know the candidates outside of their usual | Read More »
Ron Johnson is NOT Dave Westlake
The media has reported that there are not many differences between Wisconsin US Senate candidates Dave Westlake and Ron Johnson…however there is a CLEAR distinction between the two that is becoming more and more evident as the race goes on. In the upcoming general election against Feingold it is absolutely vital that whoever wins the primary is the right person to replace him – and | Read More »