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I’ve written that I’m not the biggest political junkie. However, I follow politics enough that I would feel comfortable if I was ever approached on the street by one of those late night hosts asking me how many US Senators each state has.
I’m especially paying attention to the goings-on surrounding Governor Walker whom I wholeheartedly support. Like many others, I have the view that there’s been a politically-motivated witch hunt against him. But it doesn’t stop there.
As you’re probably aware, the news media has been all over the prosecution of former aide Kelly Rindfleisch. You also know that Paul Harvey was famous for his reports that ended with, “Now you know the rest of the story.”
For the first time Rindfleisch has spoken publicly about her prosecution, or is that persecution?
She talked with the Wall Street Journal, providing information and a perspective you’ll hear for the first time.
As a Scott Walker supporter, I’m doing my best to stay informed on what he’s up to, and that means reviewing sources including but not limited to our local media.
1) Good for you, Governor!
2) And thank you, once again!
Gov. Scott Walker signs a bill Monday providing a $541 million tax cut during a ceremony at Horsens Homestead Farms in Cecil. Looking on are (from left) Rep. John Nygren (R-Marinette), Rep. Gary Tauchen (R-Bonduel), Curtis Horsens, Abbey Horsens, Ryan Horsens, Connie Horsens and Jeff Horsens. AP photo
Interesting. Gov. Walker cuts taxes, and by a ton. I don’t seem to recall a similar news item ever about...