Wisconsin's Budget has Potential:
Wisconsin is poised to be one of
the most fiscally sound states in the country. Our
retirement system is fully funded, borrowing is as low
as it has been in decades and the business climate is
gaining momentum. There are many opportunities
looming in the next budget cycle to cement Wisconsin's
fiscal future. We should see an end to public
financing of public radio. We should continue to reel in
spending for the Knowles-Nelson stewardship program.
We must find a new way to build and maintain our roads.
Although I understand that the current DOT leadership is
dealing with decades of dysfunction, Wisconsin's
infrastructure is vital to our prosperity. The solution
starts with prioritizing projects and completing them in
a timely manner. Finally we should continue
to apply pressure to our university system. We can cut
waste, fraud, prioritize spending and still offer
No Mammogram's at Planned Parenthood:
President Ms. Richards admits to a congressional
committee that she is not aware of Planned Parenthood
having even one mammogram machine. After all these years
of listening to Planned parenthood supporters tell us that women rely on
Planned Parenthood for mammograms we find out that they
don't provide them. Ms. Richards also
revealed in her testimony that 86% of their revenue
comes from providing abortions. Of course they are a
non-profit so what do they do with all that money?
Help Cure Childhood Cancer:
September is Childhood Cancer
awareness month and I am the author of a bill to create
distinguished license plates for Childhood Cancer. The
measure is supported by the MACC fund and I can't think
of a worthier cause.
The plates will be $40 annually of which $25 will go
to the MACC fund to help find a cure for childhood
God Bless Wisconsin!
WISCONSIN- Leading the Way!