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Kevin Fischer is a veteran broadcaster, the recipient of over 150 major journalism awards from the Milwaukee Press Club, the Wisconsin Associated Press, the Northwest Broadcast News Association, the Wisconsin Bar Association, and others. He has been seen and heard on Milwaukee TV and radio stations for over three decades. A longtime aide to state Senate Republicans in the Wisconsin Legislature, Kevin can be seen offering his views on the news on the public affairs program, "InterCHANGE," on Milwaukee Public Television Channel 10, and heard filling in on Newstalk 1130 WISN. He lives with his wife, Jennifer, and their lovely young daughter, Kyla Audrey, in Franklin.

Taxpayer Tea Parties in Wisconsin this weekend

 

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Why can't Paul Ryan be the future of the GOP?


Reason asks the question and includes an interview with Ryan who takes MSNBC anchors who read the Democrat talking points to school.

Franklin loses in semifinal at Little League tournament


The Franklin National All-Stars lost to undefeated West Madison American in Thursday’s semifinals of the Wisconsin Little League Tournament, 8-7.  West Madison American faces Glendale today for the state title.

Congratulations to Franklin National for a great tournament run!

This oughta be good


Later today...

Census officials will announce a new policy on how they will count legally married same-sex couples.

I can't wait.

There oughta be a law...so why isn't there?


When you think of sexy spots in America, let’s be honest, Rhode Island would not come to mind. And yet, our teeny tiniest state has a sex controversy on its hands that would make Las Vegas blush.

Beginning Friday, July 31, 2009,  based on an executive order from the mayor in Providence, Rhode Island, the city is barred from approving licenses for adult entertainment (do I need explain what that entails?) to any, AHEM, establishment (sleaze joint) that gives jobs to minors.

Hmmmm.

Seems to make sense.

Laudable.

Commendable.

End of story, right?

Wrong.

The problem is that in the quite, reserved, humble state of Rhode Island, clubs are using, legally, strippers under the age of 18.

Apparently because, like 99.999999% of Franklin, Wisconsin, the vast majority of Rhode Island is locked up for the night before the sun goes down, nobody noticed that teen age girls are taking off their clothes for smelly, dirty old men in the Ocean State.

According to the Providence Journal:

Rhode Island teens under 18 can’t work with power saws or bang nails up on roofs. But dance at strip clubs? Sure. Just as long as the teens submit work permits, and are off the stripper’s pole by 11:30 on school nights.”

Well isn’t that special. The strip clubs are concerned about the girls getting home in time to cram for exams.

Now this isn’t tough stuff, folks. I read the pamphlet, “How a Bill Becomes a Law” a long, long, long time ago.  You see a wrong, you try to right it. You see an obvious wrong, you try to right it ASAP.

The problem is that common sense doesn’t always (shocking!) prevail in state legislatures. What seems obvious (photo ID) becomes frustrating because you have a couple dozen oafs who walk on their knuckles on the other side, obstructing the views of 80% of the population.

To the issue at hand.

Can we all agree, yes, even you criminal-sympathizing libs, that a 16-year old dancing twirling herself like a gymnast around a pole on a smoke-filled stage at 11:00 at night while removing her top and maybe more is just wrong?

Reasonable people have within a split second reached the correct answer. This might be a tough one for liberals so let’s give them a little more time, shall we?

Uh one, Uh, two...(Please click the play button folks to keep the momentum here going)

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