Monthly Archives: August 2009

The health care town halls Americans for Prosperity hosted this week in Wisconsin provided a real dialouge on health care reform.

I just got back from being on the road with Americans for Prosperity in Madison, LaCrosse, and Wausau after a successful health care reform town hall series.   The event that sent the message to those who wanted to distort Americans … Continue reading

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The WIAA proposal to end football conferences is the latest example why the WIAA is out of touch.

With Dave Anderson becoming the new Executive Director of the WIAA this year, so far it seems that it is still business as usual with the organization. The WIAA has a very controversial proposal to eliminate all football conferences and … Continue reading

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Wisconsin, Beware: If ObamaCare gets stopped get ready to fight against Healthy Wisconsin

Just today, WisPolitics reported that State Senator Jon Erpenbach has warned Wisconsin Democrats in the legislature to put Healthy Wisconsin back on the table if ObamaCare gets stopped.  All I say to the taxpayers of Wisconsin is that the fight … Continue reading

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Baldwin, Kind, and Obey short change their constituents during the congressional recess

This week, I will be on the road with Americans for Prosperity as I will assist them in their upcoming health care town hall series held in LaCrosse, Madison, and Wausau.  However, I will be coming to those three cities … Continue reading

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I will remember seeing Bob Novak in his last public appearance in Austin, TX last year as he passes away today.

Today, I am very saddened to hear about the passing of noted conservative commentator Bob Novak after he lost his battle with cancer.  What I will remember Mr. Novak is seeing his last ever public appearance at RightOnline in 2008 … Continue reading

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As Illinois launches its transparency portal today, there is no excuse Wisconsin should lag behind the rest of the Midwest on being open and transparent

Today, the State of Illinois took the first steps as a government in restoring open and transparent government by launching the Illinois Transparency and Accountability portal that was signed into law last week by Governor Pat Quinn.  As I praise … Continue reading

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Breaking down the impact of Doyle’s decision not to run

Many of you heard the news of Governor Jim Doyle not running, here is analysis on the impact of Doyle’s decision. Republican Party The Republicans will have a lot of stock to gain out of this decision as now they … Continue reading

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