As students, we see a lot of potential in our peers. We see future engineers, lawyers, professors, and businessmen growing exponentially on campus. When these bright students graduate, some will enter graduate school, others will accept positions with existing companies, but some graduates will want to start a new business. We can assure you that there is no better state than Wisconsin to do just that.
Under Governor Walker, we have seen nearly 20,000 new businesses, adding well over 100,000 jobs. He achieved those numbers by putting the taxpayers first, supporting families and job creators statewide. Now with this lowered tax burden, the employer confidence level is up to a staggering 95%, and graduates will be able to start their own businesses without having to worry about government stepping in the way of their dreams.
Read more by wisconsin.crnc.org
Please join Candidate Scott Espeseth (Assembly, District 7) and Rep. Dale Kooyenga at the West Allis Cheese and Sausage Shoppe as we sip wine, sample cheese and sausage and learn how Wisconsin is moving Forward this November.
All Donations Appreciated
Suggested Donation $25, Cash Bar & Soda
6 pm – 8 pm
West Allis Cheese & Sausage Shop
6832 West Becher Street
West Allis – 68th and Becher
Planning Meeting for Thur. Aug. 28 Corn Roast: Lend us your ears!
from 7 to 8 pm at the RPMC HQ on 1488 S. 84th Street.
Also on the agenda….
Elections and campaigns and campaigns and elections.
Plus some other stuff as well.
If you would like, bring a snack to share.
Wednesday, July 30th
6:00 – 8:00pm
Open Flame Restaurant
5081 South 108th Street (Hwy 100)
November 4th is a must-win election. If we want to keep Scott Walker as our Governor, Rebecca Kleefisch as our Lt. Governor, and retain our wonderful Republican Legislators, we have to volunteer our time.
Please attend this rally, hosted by Milwaukee County Republican Party, to hear Vicki McKenna help us get “ramped up”.
Meet and greet local legislators.
Appetizers will be served. Donations are welcome.
Please RSVP to Darla Flemming at firstname.lastname@example.org or 608-332-9054
Bring a friend and join the Republican Party of Milwaukee County
In my younger days I was your average black leftist, liberal democrat. During the early 1980′s I started reading about American race relations. I was shocked at what I read and could not accept the historical material. So, I started reading American history during the Civil War era. Again, I was shocked. So, I read the Congressional Globe, which pre-dated the Congressional Record, to read something not filtered through the potential bias of an author. Again, I was shocked to learn about the history of the democrat party and how that party laid the foundation that has influenced race relations in America in the past. Those past political actions by the democrat party continue, to this day, to exploit the impoverished condition of black Americans, which were caused by the democrat party for the purpose of gaining political power.
Read more by Dr. Larry O. Simmons, a black Republican from Detroit, MI at HipHopRepublican.com
Dear RPMC Members:
I would like to thank you for your dedication and loyalty to our community and the United States of America. I believe the strength of the Republican Party of Milwaukee County lies in the sharing of ideas and the desire to compassionately assist citizens in the quest of living the American dream. The tireless efforts of those who are committed in sharing your time, talents and treasures are greatly appreciated and admired.
It is imperative that we continue to volunteer our time to the community we love through a common sense approach. We have much to do in our community, as we strive to make Milwaukee County a “Great Place on a Great Lake”. Over the past several years we have rebuilt our relationship with our community. However, we must persist in the months and years to come to continue to elect Republicans that uphold the principles and values of the party of Abraham Lincoln.
Because there is so much at stake I am asking you to renew your membership in the Republican Party of Milwaukee County. We need you to continue to be an integral part of the grassroots efforts to Move Wisconsin Forward. The Republican Party of Milwaukee County continues to be an organization that shares the belief that all Americans should have the opportunity to reach their goals and dreams. We need your continued support!
Join us as we are energized and united in the efforts to strengthen our community, your membership in our county party ensures that you receive information on volunteering opportunities and events where we highlight our elected officials and share time with one another. By joining the county party, you will be able to attend and vote at the County caucus and the Republican Party State convention. Please be a part of the political process to change minds and hearts of all individuals to allow our community to grow stronger and become more economically sound.
If you haven’t yet, it’s easy to sign-up/renew your membership online, just go to this “YourPatriot” link. Please consider the 2-year membership option also. Please share your email with us on the renewal form. Also, consider an additional $14 donation for ongoing party building opportunities.
Chairman of the Republican Party of Milwaukee County
HOPE nobody is watching, and CHANGE the subject.
It has been a long five-and-a-half years.
The Washington Free Beacon has put together a greatest hits compilation of the Democrats’ border security quotes. Why would the Democrats continuously insist that the border is secure? Perhaps because Republicans insist on having a secure border before discussing any type of immigration reform legislation.
Read more by Jennifer Van Laar at ijreview.com
from Wauwatosa Republican Party Victory Center
We regret to inform everyone that Governor Walker will be unable to attend our Super Saturday event due to an unexpected funeral. First Lady Tonette Walker and their sons Matt and Alex will be in the office in place of the Governor at 9:30 am. We hope everyone can make it out to show the Governor’s family that their hometown has their support.
with Governor Scott Walker
Saturday, July 19 at 9:30am
Wauwatosa Republican Party Victory Center in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin
Super Saturday shifts
10 AM to 1 PM
1 PM to 4 PM
4 PM to 7 PM
If you cannot volunteer for these hours just tell Darla what you are able to do.
Contact Darla Flemming at email@example.com
Stop in and give Darla a hand in re-electing Governor Walker and Lt. Gov. Kleefisch
Let’s continue to “Move Wisconsin Forward” under the great leadership of our Governor and Lt. Governor. Remember also that our Republican legislators could also use your help.
The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) and Joint Committee on Taxation (JCT) report on the Senate’s immigration bill predicts that the legislation would drive down the wages of American workers and make it difficult for Americans to find jobs in an already-damaged economy.
On page seven of the analysis, the CBO and JCT conclude that the “Gang of Eight” bill would drive down American workers’ wages. “Taking into account all of those flows of new immigrants, CBO and JCT expect that a greater number of immigrants with lower skills than with higher skills would be added to the workforce, slightly pushing down the average wage for the labor force as a whole, other things being equal,” the report reads.
Read more by Matthew Boyle at Breitbart.com
from 5:30 - 7:30 pm
Polish Cultural Center
6941 S. 68th St. Franklin, WI
A great opportunity to visit with our legislators as well as state wide candidates.
Light supper will be served.
$15. per person (payment received by Aug. 20th)
$20. per person at the door.
Republicans file lawsuit in attempt to rein in president
A prominent law professor and avowed supporter of the Obama White House will tell the House on Wednesday that the president has created one of the biggest constitutional crises in the country’s history and will endorse House Republicans’ effort to sue to rein him in.
Jonathan Turley, a professor at George Washington University, will say President Obama is trampling the founders’ vision for the country in his push to circumvent Congress, and he will demand Republicans and Democrats alike forget their party labels to unify against this White House’s power grab.
Read more by Stephen Dinan at WashingtonTimes.com
Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wis., warned members of his party that big business can be just as corrosive as big government Tuesday in a Capitol Hill speech that strayed from GOP orthodoxy and sought to outline a new path forward for conservatism.
“There’s another fallacy popular among our ranks,” Ryan said at Hillsdale College’s Center for Constitutional Studies and Citizenship.”Just as some think anything government does is wrong, others think anything business does is right. But in fact they’re two sides of the same coin. Both big government and big business like to stack the deck in their favor. And though they are sometimes adversaries, they are far too often allies.”
Read more by David Catanese at RightWisconsin.com