Saturday, April 28, 2012

Business Insider: Actually, Ron Paul Is Secretly Winning A Lot More Delegates Than You Think

RIA Novosti: Merkel Seeks Tymoshenko’s Treatment in Germany

RIA NovostiYulia TymoshenkoMerkel Seeks Tymoshenko’s Treatment in Germany
16:33 28/04/2012 The German Foreign Ministry has been in talks with Kiev in a bid to allow jailed former Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko to receive treatment in Berlin’s Charite clinic, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Saturday.>>

Winnebago County Republican Party: May 8th Recall Primary - BREAKING NEWS!

Vote for Walker in Primary Election on Tuesday May 8th. The Republican Party of Wisconsin is recommending we all get out to vote for GOVERNOR WALKER in the May 8th Primary election.

HOWEVER......DON"T STOP THERE! YOU CAN ALSO VOTE AGAINST THE LT. GOVERNOR DEMOCRAT CANDIDATE IN THE SAME ELECTION!

This Recall Election is different than a normal primary. Each election is separate. Therefore, you CAN vote in the Governor's Primary on the Republican side and vote for Governor Walker, AND, then you can also vote in the Lt. Governor's primary on the Democrat side!

Mahlon MItchell is the Democrat Candidate for Lt. Governor. ISAAC WEIX is the Republican Protest Candidate. Vote for ISAAC WEIX in the Lt. Governor Primary and ELIMINATE Mr. Mitchell in the primary.

Forward this, Tweet this, Share on Facebook from our Facebook Page http://www.facebook.com/winnebagogop, Make this go VIRAL so everyone knows this is different than a normal primary election.

Click Here for a view of a sample ballot correctly filled out.

Click Here for the GAB ruling stating that it is OK to cross over and vote in the Republican Governor's Primary and the Democratic Lt. Governor Primary.

GET OUT TO VOTE ON MAY 8TH! DO NOT STAY HOME!


Joe Malecki
Communications Chair
Winnebago County Republican Party
Working Hard to help keep Wisconsin moving Forward!

New US Stealth F-22 Raptor Fighters Now at Iran's Back Door - ABC News

New US Stealth F-22 Raptor Fighters Now at Iran's Back Door - ABC News

Republican floats measure calling on official to resign over crucify remarks - The Hill's E2-Wire

Republican floats measure calling on official to resign over crucify remarks - The Hill's E2-Wire

Friday, April 27, 2012

Way Up North: Most Anti-Christian Military in Our History?

Way Up North: Most Anti-Christian Military in Our History?: The Air Force and its Secretary, Michael B. Donley, have created the most hostile "anti-religious" environment in the history of the United...

Sarah Palin: Mourdock For Indiana

by Sarah Palin on Friday, April 27, 2012 at 11:51am ·
I join commonsense conservatives in endorsing Richard Mourdock to be the next Senator from Indiana. Conservatives of all stripes are uniting behind Richard Mourdock. It’s not just Indiana that benefits from sending the right Senator to serve for the right reasons; the nation as a whole benefits, and that is one reason why the eyes of so many around the nation are focused on the Indiana race.

Indiana deserves a conservative in the Senate who will fight for the Hoosier State, uphold our Constitution, and not just go along to get along with the vested interests of the permanent political class in D.C.

Richard Mourdock is the conservative choice for Indiana. Senator Lugar’s 36 years of service as a Senator are appreciated, but it’s time for the torch to pass to conservative leadership in Washington that promises to rein in government spending now.

Get the facts here. Learn more about Richard Mourdock at www.richardmourdock.com and follow him on Facebook and Twitter.

- Sarah Palin

Out of Touch



FLASHBACK: Obama Campaign Accused Clinton Of Using Bin Laden To ‘Score Political Points’ In 2008

FLASHBACK: Obama Campaign Accused Clinton Of Using Bin Laden To ‘Score Political Points’ In 2008: ABC News’ Michael Falcone reports: The Obama campaign opened up a new line of attack on Mitt Romney Friday, suggesting that as commander-in-chief Romney might not have made the same decision to order an attack by U.S. forces to kill terrorist mastermind Osama bin Laden...

Sen. Ron Johnson: Weekly Report from Washington

April 27, 2012

Senator Johnson Introduces Midnight Rule Relief Act
The annual regulatory burden on the economy is $1.75 trillion. Another 11,000 regulations have been issued since that number was calculated, and another $220 billion of regulations are in the pipeline under this Administration. This legislation would provide relief to job creators by creating some sense of stability.
Significant regulatory actions should be proposed and put in place before Election Day. Too often, Presidents wait until after the voters have spoken to impose new and costly rules – rules that the people ought to know about before going to the polls. This bill ensures that except for some specific circumstance, new major regulations will not be imposed once a President has become a lame duck.
Click here to learn more.
Senator Johnson Comments on Report of Social Security Trustees
This week the trustees of Social Security and Medicare reported that the long run picture for the viability of these entitlement programs has gotten worse in the last year. They encourage Congress and the President to address these challenges sooner, rather than later.
In response, Treasury Secretary Geithner acknowledged the problems with the system, but again offered no solution. That is no surprise, given the continued refusal of the Administration to lead on our serious fiscal challenges.
On February 16, Secretary Geithner testified before the Senate Budget Committee. He admitted to me ‘on Social Security you’re absolutely right. We have not proposed a plan to reform Social Security. We have not.’
This President has submitted four budgets to Congress without offering any proposal to save Social Security or Medicare. His most recent budget was rejected 0-414 by the House; his 2012 budget was rejected 0-97 by the Senate. I hope that Monday's report prompts this Administration to reconsider their conscious decision to let these programs deteriorate, instead of working in a bipartisan way to save them.
Senator Johnson on Government Transparency
Last November, President Obama launched a smoke and mirrors campaign against government waste, signing an Executive Order to cut spending on items like travel, mobile phones, printing, and promotional clothing. Yet under Obama’s failed leadership, taxpayers continue to foot the bill for these broken promises. The bill includes more than $600 million a day for interest on the national debt, $535 million on the failed Solyndra experiment, and now $820,000 on a lavish Government Service Administration conference in Las Vegas.
As a businessman, I know that leadership starts at the top. The President should be embarrassed.
As a member of the Senate Appropriations Committee, I submitted more than 100 requests to eliminate outdated and duplicative government programs, and to provide transparency to how taxpayer dollars are spent. In addition, I have joined Senator Tom Coburn (OK), who has dedicated years to investigating wasteful spending, in his efforts to ensure that taxpayer money spent on government conferences is not only reduced, but reported online for all the public to see. There simply is no excuse for this type of mismanagement.
Senator Johnson Marks Three Years without a Budget on Senate Floor
http://ronjohnson.enews.senate.gov/mail/util.cfm?mailaction=clickthru&gpiv=2100087688.2195.48&gen=1&mailing_linkid=7501
Click here to watch the floor spech I gave yesterday on the lack of a Senate budget.
Senator Johnson Meets with Constituents Traveling from Wisconsin
Mobile Office Hours Announced Around Wisconsin
This week, I announced that my staff would be available for mobile office hours at the dates and locations listed below. These office hours allow constituents to meet with my staff to request assistance with a federal agency, or regarding other federal matters.
Thursday, May 3rd, 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Minong Village Hall
123 5th Avenue, Minong, WI 54859
Thursday, May 3rd, 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
Frederic Village Hall
107 Hope Road, Frederic, WI 54837
Thursday, May 3rd, 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm
Cumberland City Hall, Council Chambers
950 1st Avenue, Cumberland, WI 54829