August 2022

This is dangerous

August 29, 2022 - 15:00
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During the COVID lockdowns, parents across Wisconsin were able to look further into what their children are being taught in schools and they were outraged.

Last year, Merrick Garland and the Biden DOJ labeled parents speaking up at school board meetings as domestic terrorists. As schools in America focus more on woke sex-education and less on reading and math, we were told to sit down and be quiet.

Our concerns have been dismissed as ‘Republican talking points’ and ‘scare tactics’ . . . . . . But if only that was the case . . . . . .

Washington Democrats just threw tradesmen under the bus

August 28, 2022 - 13:11
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President Biden’s announcement that he will forgive a portion of student loan debt is adding another $300 billion in unchecked spending to inflation rates already at 40 year highs. The Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget found that “debt cancellation would boost near-term inflation far more than the IRA will lower it,”

Evers Strikes Out on Political Intimidation

August 26, 2022 - 17:23
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Gov. Tony Evers lawsuit against conservative volunteer Bill Feehan has met with its final failure in court.

On Aug. 24 the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin ruled in the case of WEC and Tony Evers v. William Feehan. The court dismissed Evers attempts to recoup legal fees related to Feehan's lawsuit over certification of the November 2020 election results in Wisconsin.

Bill Feehan issued the following statement:

No Taxation Without Representation

August 25, 2022 - 16:59
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No Taxation Without Representation

That is one of the bedrock principles of our nation dating all the way back to the founding of the United States.

Joe Biden just violated that simple principle by forcing all of us to pay for the college debt of strangers and not one of us had an opportunity to address this issue with our representatives in Congress first. No committee hearings. No oportunity to recommend amendments. No debate. No Congressional voting. Just pure, unadulterated authoritarian orders from the White House.

Reminder: Mandela Barnes abandoned Kenoshans

August 24, 2022 - 17:52
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As we remember the destruction and chaos that ensued in Kenosha in 2020, it’s impossible to forget the way Mandela Barnes put his own political interests FIRST and Wisconsin LAST.

As Kenosha burned, Mandela Barnes refused to step up and be a LEADER for Wisconsin. Instead, he jumped to conclusions and threw law enforcement under the bus.

In response to the shooting of Jacob Blake, which an independent report found to be justified, Mandela Barnes tweeted:

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No regrets

August 23, 2022 - 17:30
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It’s the two-year anniversary of the onset of the Kenosha riots, and Tony Evers wants you to know something about his behavior during those dangerous days:

He has no regrets.

As violence in Kenosha spiraled out of hand, Evers hid in the governor’s mansion, turned down federal help because he didn’t like President Trump, and waited until it was too late to respond with adequate help.

Lives were lost. Businesses were destroyed.

Restoring law and order

August 22, 2022 - 15:58
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Attorney General Josh Kaul has failed to support law enforcement, enforce our election laws, and protect Wisconsin from violent criminals.

As chaos ensued in Kenosha, he let the community go up in flames. As millions of lethal doses of fentanyl cross the southern border and through Wisconsin, he is complacent. Josh Kaul’s leadership has been marked by disappointment at every turn.

As Wisconsin works through a striking level of lawlessness and uncertainty, we need a top cop we can trust to keep our communities safe. One person is up to the job, and it’s Eric Toney.

“Unconstitutional” ordinance to ban conversion therapy may result in lawsuit against City of La Crosse if enacted

August 22, 2022 - 12:23
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Save Your Rights Coalition of La Crosse announces that the Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL) today delivered a warning letter to the City of La Crosse advising the city council and mayor not to enact a conversion therapy ban or expect to be sued for violating the US Constitution.

The 10-page letter stated that “the proposal is unconstitutional or otherwise void on multiple grounds. If it receives definitive approval in its present form or a substantial equivalent, the City can expect a lawsuit.”

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