We Just Found out Why so Many Political Pundits Seem to Love Hillary Clinton

So-called political pundits are an ubiquitous sight on mainstream news, particularly during the run-up to a presidential campaign — but their ties to the candidates they analyze remain obfuscated, downplayed, or altogether left out by host networks.

As The Intercept’s Lee Fang reported“Several consultants who work at firms retained by Hillary Clinton’s campaign and her affiliated Super PACs appear regularly on the major television networks, frequently touting Clinton.”

This cozy bedfellow relationship might not be an issue if the extent of their involvement with the candidates’ campaigns were forthrightly revealed by the networks. Instead, the failure by omission not only muddies the line between impartial analysis and campaign propaganda, it also marks a failure of journalistic integrity.

Read more by Claire Bernish at TheAntimedia.org

GOP Super Tuesday Election Party on Tue March 1

4TH Congressional District
Invites you to a FREE
SUPER TUESDAY ELECTION NIGHT PARTY
12 States & 595 Delegates (24% of total)

WHEN: Tuesday Evening, March 1, 2016, 6 PM until the winners are chosen
WHERE: Bob Spindell’s place – 1626 N Prospect Ave. #2209, Milwaukee 53202
WHAT IS AT STAKE? “WILL THE WINNER TONIGHT BE THE NOMINEE?”
FOR: ALL Republicans & Others who want Good Government & Clean Elections
WHAT: Snacks, Wine, Beer, Soda & Large Screen TV
COST: FREE – But please RSVP to 414-985-5353 / CD4.Chairman@wisgop.info
QUESTIONS : Bob Spindell, Chair RPW 4th Dist – 414 276-6331

RPW 4th Dist Caucus — Saturday, April 9 — mark your calendars!

Bob Spindell
Chair
RPW 4th Congressional District
414-276-6331
cd4.chairman AT wisgop.info

The GOP’s unheralded role in black history

February may be our shortest month, but it’s filled with notable events. This month, we celebrate Groundhog Day, Chinese New Year and Washington’s Birthday. We also commemorate President’s Day as well as every lover’s favorite, Valentine’s Day. February has also been reserved as Black History Month. After doing just a little digging, I was struck by the significant role the Republican Party played in not only emancipating slaves in the antebellum South, but also in accepting and elevating them into American society. I was also amazed by how often the Democratic Party thwarted the GOP’s efforts.

After the Civil War, the 13th Amendment, putting an end to slavery, was passed by a 100 percent Republican vote; only 23 percent of the Democrats joined in. Amendment 14, granting blacks the civil rights enjoyed by all citizens, passed with 94 percent Republican participation; this time, not a single Democrat voted for it. The 15th Amendment, which gave blacks access to the voting booth, was passed with 98 percent of Republicans voting for it, and 97 percent of Democrats voting against it.

During Reconstruction, 23 blacks were elected to Congress — all Republicans. The first black Democrat wasn’t elected until 1935 — from Illinois. The first Southern African-American Democrat wasn’t elected to Congress until 1973.

Are we beginning to see a trend here? Buckle up; I’m just getting started.

Read more by Michael Dorstewitz at DebatingPolitics.thoughts.com

RWGM Coffee Klatch with Supervisor Deanna Alexander on Sat Feb 27

You are cordially invited to join the Republican Women of Greater Milwaukee (RWGM) on Saturday, February 27, 2016, for our February Coffee Klatch. We will meet at 11:30 a.m. at the Chancery, 7615 W State Street, Wauwatosa (parking lot east of the restaurant). This month, our featured guest is Milwaukee County Supervisor Deanna Alexander.

The Coffee Klatches are a great way to informally meet like-minded women and to interact with interesting local thought leaders, elected officials. and candidates. In addition to our usual coffee klatch time (chatting, coffee & breakfast, hearing from our special guest), we hope that you might be willing to commit to helping to distribute literature for conservative candidates after the coffee klatch. If you’re willing to help, all of the information and materials will be explained and distributed at the Chancery.

Please RSVP to rwgminfo@gmail.com. Although an RSVP is not necessary, it is appreciated. We hope to see you on Saturday!

Republican Women of Greater Milwaukee (RWGM)

Presenting The Greatest ROI Opportunity Ever

The dream of virtually anyone who has ever traded even one share of stock has always been to generate above market returns, also known as alpha, preferably in a long-term horizon. Why? Because those who manage to return 30%, 20% even 10% above the S&P over the long run, become, all else equal (expert networks and collocated flow-frontrunning HFT boxes aside), legendary investors in the eyes of the general public, which brings the ancillary benefits of fame and fortune (usually in the form of 2 and 20). This is the ultimate goal of everyone who works on Wall Street. Yet, ironically, what most don’t realize, is that these returns, or Returns On Investment (ROI), are absolutely meaningless when put side by side next to something few think about when considering investment returns.

Namely lobbying.

Read more at ZeroHedge.com

Birthday Celebration Reception for Rep. Joe Sanfelippo on Fri Feb 26

6:00pm – 8:00pm
Klemmer’s Banquet Hall
10401 W Oklahoma Ave, West Allis, WI 53227

Host Levels
Red $500
White $250
Blue $100

$30 per person/$50 per couple

RSVP requested but not required
Please make check payable to “Sanfelippo for Assembly”
Mail to: 20770 W. Coffee Rd., New Berlin, WI 53146

To RSVP & for more information
please contact Joe at 262-373-9240 or joe@joesanfelippo.com

Register online at https://causes.anedot.com/sanfelippo-2016-birthday

Reception for Rep. Dave Craig for Assembly on Fri March 4

from 6:00-7:30 PM
Featuring Special Guest Congressman Jim Sensenbrenner

Bruno’s Restaurant (River City Lanes)
730 Cornerstone Crossing
Waterford, WI 53185

Food will be served including fish alternative/Cash bar
Suggested Contribution $50 individual/$80 couple
All Contributions Gratefully Accepted
No Corporate Contributions Please
RSVP to 262-424-4499 or info@davecraig.org