Walker Announces “I’m In!”

In a long awaited formality, Conservatives across America rejoiced at the prospect that the Wisconsin phenomenon we have been living here since 2010 would soon be spreading to the other…

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Assembly Passes State Budget

The full Assembly passed the 2015-17 biennial budget by a vote of 52-46 early Thursday morning. I joined 51 of my Republican colleagues in voting for the bill. When it…

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Wisconsin Supreme Court Reaffirms Right to Free Speech

Milwaukee, WI – July 16, 2015 – Today, the Wisconsin Supreme Court ended the nearly five year long investigation into Governor Scott Walker and conservative organizations for alleged campaign finance violations. It was an extraordinarily broad investigation employing a highly questionable legal theory and executed in an astonishingly aggressive manner. Whether intended to or not,…

Who Shot JR?

Remember the soap opera “Dallas?” The TV hype was, “Who shot JR?” I can answer that question in a simple three part statement, “I don’t know, I don’t care, and I don’t have time on my hands.” Why have I brought this up? The answer is that there are far too many people these days…

Wisconsin Supreme Court Rejects Unconstitutional Prosecution of Free Speech

MADISON – In the wake of the Wisconsin Supreme Court ruling regarding the unconstitutional John Doe investigation into independent groups during recall elections, WMC issued the following statement. WMC and WMC Issues Mobilization Council, Inc. were among the groups that successfully challenged the subpoenas they received in the investigation. WMC President/CEO Kurt R. Bauer said:…