November 2017

Steve Toft Reacts to House Passage of Tax Reform

November 17, 2017 - 06:21

Osseo, WI – Following passage of Tax Reform in the U.S. House of Representatives, Congressional Candidate Steve Toft released the following statement:

“Today’s historic vote is a major step forward to reforming our broken tax code,” said Toft. “Our country needs a simpler, fairer tax code that unshackles our economy and provides relief to the middle class. While no bill is prefect, I hope the Senate finalizes their plan and moves forward quickly to pass this important legislation.”


Allegations against Judge Moore

November 15, 2017 - 07:02

The sexual assault charges against Alabama’s Judge Roy Moore, candidate for the US Senate, are extremely serious and must be considered. However, isn’t Judge Moore “innocent until proven guilty”?

I don’t know Judge Moore, probably don’t know anyone that knows Judge Moore, and doubt if I know anyone from Alabama. But, I want to think I have heard this story before.

Now is the Time for a Convention of States

November 09, 2017 - 15:58

You are going to hear about the effort to organize a convention of states according to Article V of the U.S. Constitution with increasing intensity over the next several months. For your convenience, and to help shed light on the myths versus facts about this effort, I am embedding the audio from a radio conversation that I participated in with Professor Joe Heim and the host, Mike Hayes, on WIZM radio.

Here are some of the highlights of that discussion:

Mr. Willeford is a true American hero

November 07, 2017 - 08:41

I realize that there are several people out there who will perceive this article as politicizing a tragedy. They are going to believe whatever they want to believe no matter what real life scenarios play out to challenge their Utopian world of unicorns and lollipops. So, let me begin by stating this: this article is fully intended to defend common sense reality from those who have ALREADY politicized this tragedy by demanding new gun control measures.

Do our laws allow voter fraud?

November 01, 2017 - 09:21

I am a concerned citizen that always votes, that values the “one man one vote” concept, and believes only legally authorized citizens should be allowed to vote. Therefore, I am highly concerned when I hear about the alleged voter fraud that has been in the news ever since last November, and maybe before. More recently national news reported that in New Hampshire there were 6,500 voters that registered using out-of-state driver’s licenses. This was reported as illegal but, per New Hampshire law it may have been perfectly legal.