On a related note, I’m still banned (it’s been over a year now) from commenting/asking Sebring questions on his Facebook page, and I know I’m not alone in being banned. Apparently Sebring cannot tolerate opinions that dissent from his own, which strikes me as a poor quality for an aspiring elected official to [...]
This is an event worth attending… Join us to support Chris Moews for Milwaukee County Sheriff, May 16, 2013 from 5:00-7:00pm
Brocach’s Irish Pub 1850 N Water Street Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Sponsor – $500, Patrons – $250, Friends – $100 Contributions in any amount will be gratefully accepted!
Contribute online (https://secure.actblue.com/entity/fundraisers/33123?ref=chrismoews_contribute) or mail checks to: Friends [...]
On Wednesday Lt. Chris Moews, a candidate for Milwaukee County Sheriff in the 2014 election, issued a press release criticizing Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke’s response to the Boston bomb attack this week. “As a law enforcement officer and a detective who works every day to both solve and prevent crime on Milwaukee’s streets, I [...]
There is some rather unique sections of the Wisconsin Constitution that are at play here in Assembly Bill 85 that was recently introduced by State Representative Joe Sanfelippo. I talked about them in an earlier post when this bill was just a talking point. Essentially Section 31 prevents the state from enacting bills that are [...]
Speaker of the House, John Boehner continues to hold the line on the policies and positions that helped the GOP lose the election in 2012…saying it wasn’t the policies that the party espouses that are the problem…but the candidates and personalities that the party chose for their ticket! Huh? Isn’t the golden boy of austerity [...]
This is exciting news… KENOSHA – As the House of Representatives prepares to vote today on the Paul Ryan budget that ends the guarantee of Medicare and protects tax breaks for the wealthiest, Small business owner Rob Zerban announced the formation of a committee to explore a 2014 challenge to Congressman Ryan.
Zerban, a successful [...]
On Friday the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel featured an article quoting the Wisconsin State Legislature’s budget office had reported that under Governor Walker’s budget proposal, the state would be required to borrow nearly $1 billion dollars over the two year period. Most of that money, $994 million, would go to the transportation budget. Now, I am [...]
Why is it those who support the status quo on assault weapon ownership and say we can reduce gun violence with better mental health standards are most often the same people who are against single payer universal health care? Couldn’t we do better providing mental health care if everyone had access to mental health providers [...]