Why Ron Johnson’s Re-election Is So Important


National Review Online

by Jake Curtis October 4, 2016

Senator Johnson is a throwback to a better era of legislator. His defeat would be a loss for Wisconsin and the nation. Wisconsin’s Senate race is ranked by many as one of the most contested in the country and one of the most likely to flip. Two weeks ago, Marquette University released a poll showing Senator Ron Johnson behind former senator Russ Feingold, 47 percent to 41 percent, among likely voters. The result, coming so late in the campaign, was all the more troubling for Johnson given that Donald Trump, who handily lost Wisconsin’s primary to Ted Cruz in April, actually outperformed the senator in Marquette’s poll: Among likely voters, Hillary Clinton led Trump by a mere two points, 44 percent to 42 percent. The reality of a Clinton or Trump presidency makes continued Republican control of the upper chamber all the more important, and a Johnson loss would make it that much more difficult to achieve. It would also be a shame for Wisconsin and the nation.

Anyone who has had the chance to listen to Johnson knows he is a serious legislator who grasps the perilous position the country is in. When he talks about the national debt, one gets the sense he is actually internalizing the rate at which it is in increasing every second.  READ it HERE

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How Poll Bias Obscures Trump's Likely Election


 Milton Rosenberg, American Spectator, October 7, 2016

Be mindful of secret rejecters and false positives. “Put not your trust in princes” as Psalm 146 advises… nor put such trust in princesses or polls. For “princess,” awaiting a queenly coronation, read Hillary C and for “polls” include any of those focused on the current presidential race. In point of fact, as the Brits would say, the proper way to read the current presidential polls may be with a modicum of cryptographic decoding and guided by a few essential considerations.

The first is the obvious fact that a respondent answering the pollster may not rank toward the top of the ingenuousness scale. That is to say, he (she) may be directly lying about, or incorrectly predicting, his (her) ultimate vote… and that includes, as well, the possibility of not voting at all. The second pertinent fact is that such inauthentic self-reports are not randomly distributed so as to generate mere statistical “noise” of the sort reflected in the reported “error limits” of the particular poll. To the contrary, the majority of those who misinform the interviewer may go in one direction rather than the other, whether the choice is between classical or country music or between Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump.

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Former Senate President of Haiti, Bernard Sansaricq Speaks Out


Posted at this InfoWars link, Alex Jones has the Youtube of Mr. Sansaricq speaking just last month to Mr. Trump about how the Clinton Foundation had allegedly pilfered funds intended for Haitian victims. 

“Clinton was responsible for doing things a lot of the Haitian people are not happy with,” Trump has said. “Taxpayer dollars intended for Haiti and the earthquake victims went to a lot of the Clinton cronies.”

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Mike Pence: A Big Reason to Vote Trump


Melissa Clouthier, American Spectator, Oct. 4, 2016

In this is election cycle, a huge percentage of voters are voting against who they hate/distrust the most. People dislike Hillary Clinton and think she’s a criminal who is above the law and disdains average voters. People worry that Donald Trump has bad judgment and makes stupid decisions.

In an odd way, this made the Vice Presidential debate more important. Most years, you’re deciding between the two main candidates, but what if you dislike and distrust both? The deciding factor can be the Vice President.

For the fence-sitters, Mike Pence made the decision easy: Even-tempered and reasonable, factual and clear-headed, informed and sympathetic, Mike Pence sounded like he could be president. He was reassuring. Tim Kaine made Hillary’s job harder, not easier. He was rude, disrespectful, lied and was just generally a jerk. He looked juvenile and defensive. READ it HERE 


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Racey Trump Supporter - "Super Late Model"



Salvatore, of Sals Truck Repair has been an admirer of Mr. Trump for his business genius for many years -- when he announced his candidacy, Sal showed his support on the hood of  two of his race cars (he owns a fleet of them).  As the owner of Sal's Truck Repair in Mauston, he reports a 100% Trump following among his customers.  "Haven't met Truck driver yet who is voting for Hillary," said Sal.  

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Virginia Young Democrat Caught Registering Dead WWII Veteran to Vote


 by Brent Scher, Washington Free Beacon September 30, 2016 9:23 am

A Virginia Young Democrat working for a Democrat-aligned voter registration group got caught filing applications on behalf of dead people when he filed an application for a deceased World War II veteran who was known by a local clerk. Andrew Spieles (see photo), a James Madison University student working for HarrisonburgVotes, confessed earlier this month that he submitted 19 applications for deceased individuals, according to a report in the local Daily News-Record.

The Washington Post reported on Thursday that one of those individuals was Richard Allen Claybrook Sr., who died in 2014 at the age of 87. Claybrook was known by a clerk in the voting registration office as a former Fairfax elementary school principal. The 19 applications were submitted through HarrisonburgVotes, which is run by Joe Fitzgerald, a prominent local Democrat. Fitzgerald is chairman of his congressional district’s Democratic Committee.
Fitzgerald told reporters that his organization had no knowledge of Spieles’s actions and fired him immediately after Spieles confessed. READ THE REST HERE.

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Newt Gingrich on Debate Bias Against Trump


LISTEN HERE  to interveiw with Sean Hannity 

NEWT GINGRICH: I believe, and I've said this in my newsletter as you know, and I've said it actually with you when we talked around midnight after the debate Monday night. This was the Holt-Clinton vs Trump debate, and you have to see it as tag-team. Holt was on Clinton's team. This moderator stuff is nonsense, and I predict to you that Anderson Cooper will be ten times worse than Holt because he's so deeply prejudiced against Trump. I think what you're going to see is a -- and Trump's just got to prepare for this. Every single debate is going to be a double-team. He's going to have the moderator who's a liberal, and he's going to have Hillary, and they're both going to be on the same team. 

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Letters Between Hillary Clinton & Saul Alinsky (Marxist & Community Organizer)


The Washington Free Beacon put together an excellent report about new letters between Hillary Clinton and Saul Alinsky, the infamous community organizer who wrote ‘Rules for Radicals.’ That book, which Alinsky dedicated to ‘Lucifer,’ became the handbook for racial agitators and left-wing political problem causers.

His efforts- which were just as evil as they were brilliant- were essential to the growth of the political left, including Marxism- as David Horowitz explains:

[Alinsky was] the practical theorist for progressives who had supported the Communist cause to regroup after the fall of the Berlin Wall and mount a new assault on the capitalist system.  READ the rest HERE.

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Judicial Oversight Hearing F.B.I. Operations, Sept 28, 2016


Watch the Congressional hearing of FBI operations HERE.

Please share this link with others, so they can learn the Truth.

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Madison Federalist Society Hosts Justice Dan Kelly


Join us in ushering in a new year of educational events with special guest Justice Daniel Kelly

Wednesday, September 28
The Madison Club
5:00 to 6:30 p.m.

About our Special Guest:
Justice Daniel Kelly was appointed to the Supreme Court by Gov. Scott Walker in 2016 to fill the vacancy created by the retirement of Justice David Prosser. A native of Santa Barbara, California, Kelly grew up in Arvada, Colorado. He came to Waukesha, Wisconsin to study at Carroll College (now Carroll University), where he earned a bachelor's degree in Political Science and Spanish in 1986.

He earned his law degree from Regent University School of Law in Virginia Beach, Virginia in 1991.
Kelly has 19 years experience as a private practice attorney in Wisconsin and has represented clients in cases before the Wisconsin Supreme Court and the U.S. Supreme Court. Before joining the Supreme Court, Kelly spent most of his career at one of the largest and oldest law firms in Wisconsin. Subsequently, he served as vice president and general counsel for a philanthropic foundation, and then practiced law at a firm he owned and founded in Waukesha.  Kelly is married and has five children. He lives in North Prairie, Wisconsin.  Kelly is married and has five children. He lives in North Prairie, Wisconsin.

Click here to register for this event.

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