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It’s the Trump Train and Sarah Palin Wants to be Engineer

9 May , 2016  

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On WLS in Chicago this morning giving my take on the Trump Train and Sarah Palin’s threats toward House Speaker Paul Ryan.

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On Palin: “What is she thinking? I would say only she knows, but I don’t know if she even knows.”

9 May , 2016  

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Fox 6 News in Milwaukee asked me for my take on Sarah Palin declaring House Speaker Paul Ryan’s career is over.

Watch the full report here.

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Brian Fraley, Scott Walker and Martha Laning: Trump as Nominee…Now What?

5 May , 2016  

Wisconsin Public Radio’s report on Trump’s ascension as the presumptive Republican nominee for President. So they called Edge Messaging’s president for comment.

Brian Fraley, Scott Walker and Martha Laning answer: Trump as Nominee…Now What?

 

 

A shorter version of the story is also available on their website.

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Wisconsin Primary Takes

5 Apr , 2016  

On “Big” John Howell’s show this morning on WLS in Chicago giving perspective from “Behind the Cheddar Curtain”.

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The Never Trump Campaign Aims to Stop the Donald in Wisconsin

29 Mar , 2016  

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I talked with WNYC in New York about #NeverTrump in Wisconsin. Nope indeed.

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Insight 2016: Political Pundit Roundtable

24 Mar , 2016  

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I joined The Pundit Panel with Charlie Sykes at Insight 2016 with Brian Sikma of Media Trackers and RightWisconsin Managing Editor Collin Roth discussing a wide array of topics from local elections to the presidential primary.

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History,Pop Culture,Social Media Medley

Antonin Scalia, RIP

13 Feb , 2016  

A great jurist and a pillar of American Conservatism has passed.

Justice Antonin Scalia, whose transformative legal theories, vivid writing and outsize personality made him a leader of a conservative intellectual renaissance in his three decades on the Supreme Court, was found dead on Saturday at a resort in West Texas, according to a statement from Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. He was 79.

“He was an extraordinary individual and jurist, admired and treasured by his colleagues,” Chief Justice Roberts said. “His passing is a great loss to the Court and the country he so loyally served.”

The cause of death was not immediately released.

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Public Policy

Happy Anniversary

11 Feb , 2016  

Five years ago today, Governor Scott Walker began what I refer to as the Conservative Surge in Wisconsin. He introduced a budget repair bill that became known as Act10. It contained some of the provisions I laid out months before. More…

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Legislature poised to make voter registration process more secure

8 Feb , 2016  

Wisconsin’s voter registration process is about to become a lot more sane, and a lot more secure.

The courts have thwarted every attempt to overturn Wisconsin’s photo voter identification requirements. So, with this safeguard finally in place, voters here should now be able to register electronically using a valid driver’s license (or free state ID).
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