Sean Duffy for Congress
Along with Marco Rubio, Michael Williams, and Nikki Haley, I’ve got my eye on a few other races. One of those is Sean Duffy who is running for Congress in Wisconsin. If you are in your mid-thirties, you probably remember Sean Duffy from television. But for the past number of years, he has been a prosecutor in Wisconsin racking up a serious law and order | Read More »
Democrats Organizing to Actively Disrupt Rep. Paul Ryan’s Townhalls
One of the leading opponents on Congress of the Democrats’ healthcare plans is Congressman Paul Ryan (R-WI). Over the next two weeks, he will have a series of townhalls in his district to talk about healthcare.RedState has obtained an email showing the Democrats and Barack Obama’s own Organizing for America are working to actively disrupt Paul Ryan’s townhalls.In the email, Democrat activists Kelly Gallaher sends | Read More »
Greenville, Wisconsin Tea Party (July 19)
Preparation Earlier this morning, my wife left a reunion with some friends in Chicago to be home in by 2. She was trying to make it in time for our family to make it to a 3:00PM Tea Party in Greenville, WI. The event had been published some time ago on Facebook. While many Tea Parties were held on July 4, the organizers of this | Read More »
The ‘Wisconsin is now *totally* punk’ open thread.
The funny part? I wish that this wasn’t just a goof-up. Madison — As the state agency charged with running elections, the Government Accountability Board can’t show favor for Republicans or Democrats. But is it biased toward anarchists? The board recently launched a new logo – an A inside a circle – that looks similar to the traditional symbol for anarchy.
Phosphate madness comes to Wisconsin?
Like Lakeshore Laments, back in April I commented on the fairly obvious results of banning phosphates in Washington state (here and here): short version is, you end up with people driving out of state to get products that work and snarky conservatives pointing out to libertarians that elections have consequences. Well, guess that we’ll have to do that again: only this time, it’ll involve people | Read More »
Democrats in Wisconsin trying to extend, bloat cell phone tax.
There are merely taxes that people pay attention to, and then there are taxes that people forget about. And once they forget about them, the government can safely and quietly make them permanent. Wisconsin’s cell phone tax is a case in point: In 2003, the state created the cell phone tax to upgrade 911 response services. When the upgrade was done, it left a balance | Read More »
Madison and Wisconsin Smokers
Doyle and the dems in Madison seem to think that after they’ve already punched smokers in the gut and brought them to their knees, they can push them to the ground and keep on kicking until they bleed. On the 18th of May Doyle signed the Wisconsin smoking ban which would prohibit smoking in “public places, including restaurants, taverns, and other indoor workplaces”. As if | Read More »
Do We Restrict Peanuts Because 100 People a Year Die from Allergy?
Here is the nanny state at its most ridiculous. Healthies — people that obsess about health — are on the march in Madison, Wisconsin trying to get the state government to ban people from feeding peanuts to squirrels on the state Capitol grounds. It’s a state emergency, ya know? Why these casually discarded peanuts could just maybe affect a child that has an allergy. We | Read More »
The next (Republican) governor of Wisconsin
I went to my first Lincoln Day Dinner last night for Racine County, WI. We had the pleasure of listening to 3 great speakers – Paul Ryan, who represents my district in Congress, WI Attorney General J. B. Van Hollen (who apparently was the only candidate last Nov to flip a democratic seat in the entire state), and Milwaukee County Executive Scott Walker, who will | Read More »
Taking Technology to the Next Level: Flip4.org Officially Launches
Conservative voices all over the internet have been engaged in a discussion of the future of technology in the Republican party. [One such piece is the one put up by David Hinz earlier today.] With that in mind, I want to echo the statement of Tim Goddard over at The Next Right: Only when technology is put to the pursuit of specific goals and in | Read More »
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Folks I wish John McCain would have made this a campaign Video!
What would Obama use this force for? Good Question. I wonder if he intends to impose martial law and have KGB like tatics and take people away if they speak out against Barack Obama? Vote McCain/Palin
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, Joe Biden
It’s Easy to Vote in Wisconsin
The Democrats are passing out a flyer in Wisconsin that tells people just how easy to vote in Wisconsin. One of the bullet points is this: No proof of residence? You can still register to vote if you bring an eligible voter from your municipality who shows proof of residence and affirms that you live at your address. There is just one problem. That’s not | Read More »
The Reasons to Vote Republican
If Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid pick up more seats in the House and gets Reid gets a filibuster proof Senate, they can Ram their political agenda right through and have Barack Obama sign it and become law. Just imagine the big supprises they have in store for us. A. The Bush Tax cuts will be rolled back and you will be paying a higher | Read More »
Tags: Barack Obama
, Harry Reid
, Joe Biden
, Nancy Pelosi
Joe Biden Calls John McCain A sidekick…..
Introducing Barack Obama in Springfield,IL. Joe Biden on: Hillary Clinton Being a better choice for VP . Biden Asks a man in a Wheelchair to stand up in Missouri Joe Biden Cant Count: his three letter word J-O-B-S.
Strange coincidences happening around people that question Obama or look into his past or check into voter fraud
The the Rashid Khalidi Tape If there was nothing to hide The Los Angeles times would have released the tape unedit and in full! The Los Angeles Times never said in the original Article that the source of the story only agreed to give them the tape if they didn’t release it. Please read By Peter Wallsten, Los Angeles Times Staff Writer April 10, 2008 | Read More »