Where there is a WILL, there is as way… to spread a deadly virus unnecessarily. https://t.co/4JVyyp8O2x — Jud Lounsbury (@JudLounsbury) October 12, 2020
MacIver Institute on DHS COVID-19 calculations: “Bad math (is) driving Wisconsin’s exploding positive test rate.” That's ridiculous. Here's why: https://t.co/5FbrxgE6FQ pic.twitter.com/j4qor48cB9 — PolitiFact Wisconsin (@PolitiFactWisc) September 29, 2020
A man with ties to Veritas posed as a documentary filmmaker to get interviews with liberal groups, according to those groups. A second man pretended to be a member of Our Wisconsin Revolution to get access to private meetings.
In the 2016 election, the WI electorate, according to the exit poll, was a conservative /moderate/liberal split of 34/40/25. The latest Marquette poll is 40/32/26. When you poll more conservatives than you should, it wrongly shows that Trump is within five points. He's not. — Jud Lounsbury (@JudLounsbury) August 15, 2020 …
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Why bring out a confederate flag? Brookfield WI protest against stay at home orders. It’s for the health and safety for our loved ones and community. This act is endangering all of our safety. pic.twitter.com/gn0mfiPTXe — Nick Truog ? (@LiberalStallion) April 18, 2020
A protest to re-open Wisconsin has grown in Brookfield off Bluemound & Moreland. pic.twitter.com/UGsqme9LCi — Jim Owczarski (@JimOwczarski) April 18, 2020
Esenberg acknowledged that in seeking to undo the governor’s line-item vetoes WILL is asking the state Supreme Court to overturn long-standing precedent–one the group did not seek to overturn when Gov. Scott Walker was in office.
Captivating lecturer insists he’s not running in 2022.
An annual gathering of the state big business lobby has been a must-make stop on the campaign trail for conservative candidates for the Wisconsin Supreme Court. According to One Wisconsin Now Research Director Joanna Beilman-Dulin, the curious no-show of right-wing court candidate Brian Hagedorn looks like another sign his extremism is proving too much for even staunchly conservative organizations.
So, Establishment Republicans, now what?
Yes, we’ve heard your “Never Trump” rallying cry loud and clear.
Ready to get behind Ted Cruz?
You want a conservative candidate?
You’ve got one.
Last weekend, I spoke at a panel at CPAC, a large national conservative gathering in Washington DC. Oh, I thought I was going to be brave. I resolved to let the chips fall where they may and boldly denounce Trump if given the chance. And I did. The subject was free speech and I said that Trump’s proposal to “open up” the libel laws so powerful politicians like him could sue their critics was antithetical to everything we believe in.
Huge applause. Turns out I wasn’t being so brave after all.
The only thing that really surprised me was the near uniformity and intensity of the anti-Trump sentiment. It is a running joke among movement conservatives and libertarians that, like Pauline Kael who knew no one who voted for Richard Nixon in 1972, we don’t know anybody who is supporting this guy. In fact, it seems that everyone we know not only does not support Trump, they can’t stand him.