Right Wisconsin: DAY TWO
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4. Enter the word "founder" and click the "Submit Promo Code" button. Your account will immediately be created and you will be able to access content throughout Founders Week, sponsored by Wisconsin Club for Growth."
Our team has created a new distribution channel for conservative ideas and a new forum for you. Unlike my radio show, we don't sign off. Unlike my TV show, Sunday Insight, we don't have a time slot.
The conversation continues, on demand, when you want. We're here 24/7, helping rise above the mainstream media filter and providing a one-stop shop for conservatives who care about Wisconsin--which as you know, continues to be the center of the Political Universe.
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Daily Takes is our blog, which will update throughout the day with new items from our cadre of contributors.
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Check us out, kick the tires and let us know what you think.
Some of the highlights you will find today:
Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke Jr. regularly performs an indispensable public service by provoking his critics into exposing themselves.
He did it again last Friday, when his new PSA on guns and self-defense inspired a genuinely over-the-top and unusually clueless response by media/political opponents of gun rights....
The answer, unfortunately, is sometimes yes.
That’s not an easy admission to make, and it’s understandably not particularly welcome among the conservative clan, which has chafed under the jab for most of the last two centuries...
A reporter came up to me in the halls of the Capitol after the inauguration and asked if I was surprised by the partisan tone of President Obama’s speech. I responded,“Not at all.”
Let’s be honest, November 6, 2012 was not a good day for America....
We’ve become accustomed to media lapdogs who refuse to ask tough questions about scandals ranging from Fast & Furious to Benghazi. But the same media herd can be aroused fearsomely in defense of a liberal politician under siege. Thus is a gaffe that would have ended the career of a conservative turned to political gold when uttered by a Democrat.
But the herd may have crossed a new frontier this week, when the media directed its fire at someone who asked the kind of questions the media itself failed to ask...