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Friday, April 27, 2012

A Letter to......Santa? Recalling catching on in WI!

Traveling through south central Wisconsin, I sighted latest in the recall fad.  A bit out of season, but I must admit, it sounds quite genuine.  And it's as reasonable as the Walker recall, really.  :::snarky laugh:::

Somewhere 13 miles north of Gotham...

Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Republicans MUST vote in May 8th Primary - What mainstream media is not telling you

Conservatives/Republicans need to get out and vote on May 8. While the focus has been on the Democratic candidates running in the primary, what you are not hearing is that there is ONE REPUBLICAN candidate running against Scott Walker as well. 

Republicans NEED to get out and cast a vote that day. Mainstream media has kept this on the down-low. This is vital information that is detrimental to the race for governor. 

Only one candidate will make the ballot: SCOTT WALKER or ARTHUR KOHL-RIGGS

Pass this information far and wide.


Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Fashion Rage for Concealed Carry

New clothing line offered for surge in Americans who want to conceal carry.  Nice!

Woolrich, a 182-year-old clothing company, describes its new chino pants as an elegant and sturdy fashion statement, with a clean profile and fabric that provides comfort and flexibility. 
And they are great for hiding a handgun.
The company has added a second pocket behind the traditional front pocket for a weapon. Or, for those who prefer to pack their gun in a holster, it can be tucked inside the stretchable waistband. The back pockets are also designed to help hide accessories, like a knife and a flashlight.

Check it out HERE.

Monday, April 23, 2012

Wisconsin Family Action - Serving Wisconsin's Families

The "go to" place for news, updates, and legislation of concern to Wisconsin's Families.

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Dedicated to advancing Judeo-Christian principles in Wisconsin by strengthening and preserving marriage, family, life and liberty.

Saturday, April 21, 2012

Transparency in Wisconsin's School Districts. What's YOUR District's Rating?

Our West Bend School District received a "D" for lack of transparency with information concerning:
  • PUBLIC RECORDS (ouch!)
  • BACKGROUND CHECKS (double ouch!)
Unfortunately, this is the norm across the board. (Only four districts receiving anything higher than a D.) If our kid came home with a report card that had D's in every subject, justified it by saying it's what everyone else got, that wouldn't sit well, would it?  Same goes for this report card. We can do better.  We should do better.

What did YOUR school district get?  Click HERE to find out!

Saturday, April 14, 2012

WEAC and DPI = Sexualization of Wisconsin's Schoolchildren

Time for concern.

If you are not aware of the campaign to sexualize minor children in some of Wisconsin's public schools, you might want to scroll through the items posted below such as:

1)  WEAC's $325,000 donation to Defeat the One Man-One Woman Traditional Marriage Amendment in 2006
2)  WEAC's support for Planned Parenthood's Sex Ed Mandate last Session
3)  WEAC's opposition to the Pro-Family/Parents' Rights bill this Session to repeal Planned Parenthood's Mandate
4)  Internal memos sent through the Capitol about what is happening at the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction which is headed by Tony Evers.
5)  An email that was forwarded to us from a member of the American Family Association about an incident that took place in the Shawano School District
Taxpaying parents, are these the values you want taught to underage children with your tax dollars?

Saturday, April 7, 2012

Washington County - Town of Trenton - Say NO to Strip Club


Town of Trenton folks.

"A stage-to-ceiling dance pole has been installed at Player’s Pub & Grill. The manager of the establishment Boro Buzdum on Highway 33, in the town of Trenton has applied for the right to convert the business into a Gentleman’s Club with exotic dancers." 


Write, email OR call your town board:

Chairman Joe Gonnering @ 675-2681
Email: chairman@townoftrenton.info


Supv. Ed Doerr @ 675-6925
Email: supervisor.doerr@townoftrenton.info


Supv. John Norman 675-2479
Email: supervisor.norman@townoftrenton.info.

Thursday, April 5, 2012

"RECALL WEAC" Coming Soon to a Billboard near YOU

It's about time.

A billboard along the Beltline is getting drivers' attention with a message targeting the Education Association Council, the state's largest teachers union.The new sign appeared over the weekend, with the quote, "When schoolchildren start paying union dues, I'll start representing schoolchildren." Below the quote is a web address for a group calling itself Recall WEAC, recently formed as a political action committee.
Read entire article HERE

Watch local news WMSN FOX 47report HERE.

Wednesday, April 4, 2012

KLEEFISCH Sends a Message to the Nation "Live Within Your Means"

Great article from Politico today on Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch who is facing a recall election alongside Governor Scott Walker.

Wisconsin Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch, who faces a recall in June along with Gov. Scott Walker, said Wednesday that the election’s outcome will send a message to the country, noting, “What happens in Wisconsin has potential to affect every state in this nation.”
“We’re a harbinger. We’re a canary in a coal mine,” Kleefisch said on Fox News. “Because what happens in Wisconsin has potential to affect every state in this nation whether Wisconsin voters choose to go forward or backward, back to the failed policies of the past that got us in the budget crunch that we fixed in the first place.”

Read more: http://www.politico.com/news/stories/0412/74828.html#ixzz1r7pDJVWO

I really liked Kleefisch's reference to the "canary in a coal mine."  This statements describes the "allusion to caged canaries mining workers would carry down into the tunnels with them.  If dangerous gases such as methane or carbon monoxide, leaked into the mine-shaft, the gases would kill the canary before killing the miners." (Wiktionary)

Walker and Kleefisch are heralding good news throughout Wisconsin, and to the nation.  The precedent has been set, and Wisconsinites will soon have the privilege of voting for them a second time.  

The Lost Art

I learned how to make bread at an early age.  My mother made it faithfully and her mother's recipe is now carried on through generations.  My daughters are both adept at the art of breadmaking, and we are blessed with delicious products from our kitchen.  Made these homemade yeast rolls tonight in honor of my Mom. Not too many families practice yeast bakery in their homes in this day and age.  Be inspired!

Wisconsin butter, of course!

Tuesday, April 3, 2012


You can watch the election results roll in tonight, or go to bed and check 'em in the morning....



Vinney Pheng 5,307 29.5 %

Therese M. Sizer 4,777 26.6 %

Kris Beaver (inc) 4,708 26.2 %

Carl W. Knepel 3,189 17.7 %

Monday, April 2, 2012


POLLS OPEN AT 7 a.m., and close at 8 p.m.

Don't know where to go to vote?  Click HERE.

I am personally endorsing:

Presidential Candidate:  Rick Santorum
School Board member:  Vinney Pheng   The other candidate to vote for to keep liberal candidates (Sizer/Beaver) out would be Carl Knepel.
District #8 Supervisor (Town of West Bend):  Jeff Geib

Here is a map of all the solid CONSERVATIVE candidates in your area.  Just click HERE. (This includes most of southeastern Wisconsin, so utilize this map even if you are NOT in Washington County.)

Other great choices for conservative supervisor candidates in your respective districts are:

District #2:  Jim Becker (opposing Herb Tennies)
District #6:  Bob Milich
District #11:  Mike Parsons
District #12:  Brian Krebs
District #20:  Tom Neibler
District #21:  Tim Michalak
District #22:  John Bulawa
District #24:  Bill Meyers
District #29:  Mark Bertieri

Sunday, April 1, 2012


Erroneously reported below (my source email was incorrect), presidential candidate Rick Santorum passed through West Bend TODAY.