The Morning After
What did you do last night?
I just kicked back and watched some television...or not.
Actually, I had the pleasure of joining more than 500 of my most loyal listeners at our annual live show in Pewaukee.
Insight 2013, presented by RightWisconsin was held at the Country Springs Hotel from 6:30 to about 10 pm last night.
The live Insight show is always one of the most anticipated nights of the year and this year's event exceeded even my high expectations.
I will be playing highlights of the show on air over the next week and the library of video of the entire event will be posted online at RightWisconsin
Special thanks to our sponsors: Digital Office Solutions, Annex Wealth Management, Smart Choice MRI, the law firm of Reinhart, Boerner and Van Deuren and the Wisconsin Club for Growth. Thanks, as well, to the team at Newsradio620 WTMJ, Bank of Memories and Flowers and the Country Springs Hotel.
I'd like to also thank not only those in the crowd, but the outstanding group of panelists and interview participants. From Governor Walker and Senator Johnson, to Chairman Priebus, Congressman Ryan and all the rest, we had a series of great conversations on the issues that matter.
It was a long day, but well worth it.
Of course, when it was over, it wasn't over. It was merely time to not only prep for today's show, but plan for RightWisconsin's content as well.
In addition to the videos from last night, we have quite a bit of new content, including our free Key Reads,
- Cozy relationships with lawmakers benefits Circus World Museum (Media Trackers)
- NFL looking into Judge Tom Wolfgram's campaign ad (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel)
- Why have liberal groups written off Ed Fallone? (Cap Times)
- Scott Walker on gay marriage: Let the states decide (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel)
- Use of food stamps swells as economy improves (Wall Street Journal)
- Woman attempts to jump border in front of four U.S. Senators(Fox News)
- The secret GOP plan to repeal Obamacare (National Journal)
- Job Biden: "This is just the beginning" for gun control (The Blaze)
- A tax on email? (The Daily Caller)
- The Red State path to prosperity (Wall Street Journal)
- Ashley Judd will not run for U.S. Senate in Kentucky (Politico)
- Democrat Wars and the next election (Washington Examiner)
- Cyprus banks re-open (Associated Press)
- Rush Limbaugh hits Bill O'Reilly over gay marriage (Daily Caller)
- Vacant federal properties cost taxpayers billions every year (Hot Air)
- Cash-strapped states look to tax marijuana (Politico)
- Could Republicans win the White House, House, and Senate by 2016? (Daily Caller)
So, sure, I'm a little tired today. But no regrets. When you look at those videos, you'll see why I am so pleased with how things turned out.
Thanks, again, to all who attended and all who made the night happen.