beginning at 5:30 PM at Joel and Linda Richmond’s house, 7315 Portland Avenue in Wauwatosa (north of Bluemound Road). The party is a potluck, so please mark your calendar and start planning what you’d like to bring. The Richmonds will provide the drinks. This is always a good social event. Our Republican candidates will also be invited to speak.
The Black Conservative Coalition will begin at 6:30pm
The Milwaukee North Branch of the RPMC will begin around 7pm
Kenzer Senat, the Director of African American Outreach of the Republican Party of Wisconsin will be the guest of both groups.
The Milwaukee North Branch will also be discussing the yearly caucus, on January 16th.
We will be at our regular meeting place, Kam’s Thistle & Shamrock, 3438 N 84th St.
Cocktails at 5:30 pm., dinner & program at 6:30 pm, Caucus at 7:30 pm.
at Jack Pandl’s in Whitefish Bay, 1319 E. Henry Clay St., Whitefish Bay, WI 53217
Featured speaker: Austin Ramirez, CEO of HUSCO International was a former White House Fellow working during President Obama and President Trump administrations.
Special guests: Senator Alberta Darling, Assemblyman Jim Ott, Assemblyman Dan Knodl, Judge Michael Screnock, candidate for WI Supreme Court (spokesperson will be attending), State Senator Leah Vukmir-candidate for U.S. Senate, Kevin Nicholson-candidate for U.S. Senate.
You may make your reservations by contacting Mary Sue Culbertson at 414-507-4345, or email her at marysuec At gmail.com. RSVP’s must be received by January 15th.
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On Wednesday, the Wisconsin Department of Justice (DOJ) released an 88-page report on the abuses of the John Doe process by members of the Government Accountability Board and others. The report describes an intelligence-gathering operation by rogue liberal government officials for the purpose of silencing the conservative movement in Wisconsin. The DOJ investigation was prompted by the leak of court-ordered sealed information to The Guardian by unknown operatives of the John Doe investigation in an effort to sway the US Supreme Court to allow the illegal intelligence gathering operation to continue.
“As this report describes in detail, the systemic and pervasive mishandling of John Doe evidence likely resulted in circumstances allowing the Guardian leak in the first place, and now prevents prosecutors from proving criminal liability beyond a reasonable doubt,” the DOJ report said. “Moreover, DOJ is deeply concerned by what appears to have been the weaponization of GAB by partisans in furtherance of political goals, which permitted the vast collection of highly personal information from dozens of Wisconsin Republicans without even taking modest steps to secure this information.”
Read more by James Wigderson at RightWisconsin.com
from 4:00 – 8:00 pm, After the Packer game
at Don Lee’s Residence, 9751 Prairie Grass Way, Franklin
Local legislators Rep. Jessie Rodriguez, Rep. Ken Skowronski, Rep. Joe Sanfelippo, and State Senator David Craig have been invited as well as U.S. Senate Candidates State Senator Leah Vukmir and Kevin Nicholson.
A good chance to meet them in an informal setting and have a chance to visit with them. Continue reading “SW Suburban Chili Party on Sun Dec 10”
Cordially invite you to Our Annual
Christmas Party &Green Bay Packer Game
Come Watch the GREEN BAY PACKERS take on the Carolina Panthers in this Wonderful Christmassy Sports Bar Atmosphere
Meet & Hear Elected Officials & Candidates Continue reading “RPW 4th Cong District Annual Christmas Party on Sun Dec 17”
at Dobie’s Steak House, 4136 S Kinnickinnic Ave, St Francis, WI 53235.
5:30 – 6:30 p.m. Cocktails (Cash Bar)
7 p.m. Dinner
Please bring $5.00 Gift for Secret Santa Gift Exchange
Please contact Rob Haines at 414-524-9962 if you have any questions.
A merry heart is good medicine…
Bring yuletide joy to your loved ones when you visit the RWGM Silent Auction
Unexpected, novelties, for everyone and any occasion. We will ease your dilemmas and tickle your funny bone.
Emcee for this special event is State Rep Janel Brandtjen. Guest speakers are MacIver Institute’s Investigative Reporter Matt Kittle, U.S. Senate Candidate Leah Vukmir and U.S. Senate Candidate Kevin Nicholson (invited).
RSVP before December 4th, Register online at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/its-christmas-everywhere-with-the-republican-women-of-greater-milwaukee-tickets-39446653001
Questions? Contact Darlene Wink, 414-553-8551, firstname.lastname@example.org
Visit us online at www.wifrw.org/greater-milwaukee.html
On this day in 1865, the 13th Amendment — abolishing slavery — became part of the Constitution — when ratified by three-quarters of the states.
Despite protests from the Democrats, the Republican Party made banning slavery part of its national platform in 1864. Senator Lyman Trumbull (R-IL) wrote the final version of the text, combining the proposed wordings of several other Republican congressmen.
All Republicans in Congress voted for the 13th Amendment, while nearly all Democrats voted against it. So strongly did President Abraham Lincoln (R-IL) support the 13th Amendment, he signed the document, though presidential approval is not part of the amendment process.
Yes, outlawing slavery was a Republican achievement.
From Grand Old Partisan