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The Stein campaign paid the Wisconsin Election Commission the $3.5 million that was requested to recount the 2016 Presidential race in the State of Wisconsin.
After contacting the Milwaukee County Election Commission, I was told the following:
#1 – If the money was received, which it was, Milwaukee County would start the recount on Thursday, December 1, 2016 at 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Every day thereafter the counting will start at 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. The count must be completed by December 12, 2016 at 8:00 p.m. The counting will continue on Saturday, but there will be no counting on Sunday.
#2 – In Milwaukee County the ballots will be brought to the City of Milwaukee Central Counting facility located at 1901 S. Kinnickinnic Avenue, Milwaukee, WI.
#3 – The Milwaukee County Suburban Ballots are currently secured at Milwaukee County by the Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Office. I was told those secured ballots would be brought to the Milwaukee Central Counting facility listed above. The City of Milwaukee ballots are currently being secured at the Milwaukee Central Counting facility by the Milwaukee Police Department.
#4 – The judge ruled against the hand recount. The Milwaukee County Clerk has said they could not possibly finsh the recount if done by hand, so unless he changes his mind, it will be a machine recount.
WE NEED YOUR HELP, PLEASE CALL ME IF YOU ARE ABLE TO ASSIST AS AN OBSERVER. THIS IS AN EXTREMELY IMPORTANT MATTER. SIGN UP HERE.
I know I am as tired as you are after all the elections we have helped on since 2010, but it is imperative that we do not allow the 2016 Presidential election to be stolen from us.
There will be training starting at 6:00 p.m. at the Waukesha County Office located at 1701 Pearl Street, Waukesha, on Wednesday, November 30.
Thank you for signing up to volunteer ASAP.
Chairman, Milwaukee South Branch, Republican Party of Milwaukee County
dwink1950 AT gmail.com
The Clinton Campaign is working hand in hand with Jill Stein to steal this election right out from under us. They are not only bringing in their allies from Washington and California, but they are suing in a Wisconsin court for a hand recount.
We need your help to protect the integrity of the election results. You can do that by signing up to become a recount observer.
This recount process will take round-the-clock surveillance of recount locations across the state, and we need you to sign up to be a part of our team. As we said, the Clinton Campaign and the Democratic Party of Wisconsin are going all in and it’s up to us to protect our democracy.
Many of you volunteered your time generously during the election, and for that we are extremely grateful. However, we once again must call on you to help us win this battle. We won this election fair and square; Wisconsin made history, so now let’s make sure the Left doesn’t take that away.
Election Day Operations Director
The growing community leans ever more towards political conservatism.
During the run-up to the dramatic election just concluded, I was invited to attend an event to meet the Republican National Committee’s recently appointed director of faith engagement, Chad Connelly. In the course of his presentation that afternoon, Mr. Connelly remarked that he did not understand how anybody who believed in the principles of biblical morality could possibly vote for the Democrats, as presently constituted.
The American system of government is predicated upon the assumption that there is a civil society consisting primarily of self-disciplined, self-restrained people, adhering to a broadly agreed set of moral principles inculcated not through any act of government, but rather through private, religious institutions.
Though the Founding Fathers, prudently and shrewdly building on their experiences and knowledge of the English system, refused to establish any particular religion, they nonetheless recognized the vital nature of religion in ordering men’s affairs. For example, John Adams, the second president of the United States, said, “Our Constitution was made only for a Moral and Religious People. We have no government armed with power capable of contending with human passions unbridled by morality and religion.” Because such a government would be, inevitably, a totalitarian police state.
Read more by Avner Zarmi at PJmedia.com
George W. Bush isn’t the first Republican president to face a full-blown immigration crisis on the US-Mexican border.
Fifty-three years ago, when newly elected Dwight Eisenhower moved into the White House, America’s southern frontier was as porous as a spaghetti sieve. As many as 3 million illegal migrants had walked and waded northward over a period of several years for jobs in California, Arizona, Texas, and points beyond.
President Eisenhower cut off this illegal traffic. He did it quickly and decisively with only 1,075 United States Border Patrol agents – less than one-tenth of today’s force. The operation is still highly praised among veterans of the Border Patrol.
Read more by John Dillin from csmonitor.com, July 6, 2006
Republican Women of Greater Milwaukee “Sharing Christmas Blessings”
featuring special guest Lt. Governor Rebecca Kleefisch
Klemmer’s Banquet Center, 10401 W Oklahoma Ave, Milwaukee (handicap accessible)
10:00 AM Registration and Silent Auction, Please Note: Silent auction items may be purchased with cash and checks only!
10:30 AM Annual Meeting with elections, Please Note: Voting members are those who have a paid-up membership in RWGM.
11:00 AM Luncheon and Program, Featured Guest Speaker: Rebecca Kleefisch, Lt. Governor of Wisconsin
Help us share the spirit of Christmas!
Please help us bless others by bringing an unwrapped gift to be donated to either the Bay View Community Center for Seniors or the United Community Center for Seniors. We will also be sending some boxes to American service members deployed overseas. Suggested gifts include Books and Magazines, Puzzles, Scarves, Gloves, Socks, Toiletries, Greeting Cards, Playing Cards, Stationery, Cookies, Candy, Popcorn, Gum, Breath Mints, etc.
Tickets and reservations may be reserved online: https://2016rwgmchristmasbrunch.eventbrite.com/
Questions? Luanne Coyne, Christmas Committee Chairwoman: firstname.lastname@example.org
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A Thanksgiving Lesson We Need Again
–SNIP– The Pilgrims who landed at Plymouth Rock in December 1620 were motivated by the noblest of virtues. They had vowed to be as selfless as possible and to always put the needs of the group first.
Because provisions were so scanty, they decided that the land would be worked in common, all produce would be owned in common and goods would be rationed equally. It was the agrarian version of Karl Marx’s dictate “from each according to his ability, to each according to his need.”
Unfortunately, this utopian idea did not work very well. Pilferage from the storehouse became common. Suspicions of malingering were muttered. Over the course of that first harsh winter, nearly half of the colonists perished. Four families were wiped out entirely. Only five of 18 wives survived. Of the 29 single men, hired hands and servants, only 10 were alive when spring finally came.
Read more by Chip Wood at Personal Liberty.com
President-elect Donald J. Trump asks everyone to join together under the shared resolve to Make America Great Again for all people.