Friday, August 14, 2009

Urgent Action Needed to Help Glenn Beck
The socialists, community organizers, in the fashion of neo-Marxist Saul Alinksy, are doing just as Alinsky wrote in his book Rules for Radicals, "Pick the Target, Freeze It, Personalize It and Polarize It". The target is now Glenn Beck because he is speaking truth and exposing their radical agenda. Reportedly, 75,000 people have signed onto a petition against Beck and he has had advertisers pull their ads from his program. Sign the "Keep Glenn Beck Petition" and let Fox News Channel and Beck's advertisers know that we appreciate Beck speaking truth and helping us fight the attempt, by both parties, to implement socialism in America.


-Red State: Obama Brownshirts Try to Silence Glenn Beck
-New York Times
-WI Companies Pull Ads

Share you thoughts with those caving to the leftwing radicals:

SC Johnson:
Fisk Johnson Chairman & CEO

Petrell Ozbay Senior Global Public Affairs Manager
(262) 260-2114

Progressive Insurance:
Glenn Renwick, President & CEO

Linda Harris, Advertising & Sponsorships

Tony Nicely Chairman, President & CEO, Insurance Operations
(301) 986-2462

Chris Tasher, GEICO Media Relations
(301) 986-3271



Tuesday, August 11, 2009

'Buried In The Archives,' The Original Town-Hall Battle

*ALERT * - Public Hearing to allow FELONS to vote in WI elections

1. Contact you legislators
2. Testify at the Public Hearing or Register against the bill at the hearing.
3. If you can't make the hearing; by 8-26-09, submit written testimony to the committee members and ask that it be part of the public hearing record. Send copies of your testimony to all the committee members -
click here for the list


Assembly PUBLIC HEARING - Committee on Corrections and the Courts
Thursday, August 27, 2009
10:00 AM, 225 Northwest, State Capitol

Assembly Bill 353
Relating to: restoring the right to vote to certain persons barred from voting as a result of a felony conviction and changing the information required on voter registration forms.

By Representatives Grigsby, Schneider, Parisi, Hilgenberg, Pocan, Young, Pasch, Roys, Black, Turner, Fields, Kessler, Berceau, A. Williams, Toles, Sinicki, Pope-Roberts and Zigmunt; cosponsored by Senators Taylor, Coggs, Miller and Risser, by request of Restore the Vote Wisconsin NOW Coalition. (ACLU)

This bill also...
Currently, an applicant for voter registration must affirm 1) whether he or she has been convicted of a felony for which he or she has not been pardoned and, if so, whether the applicant is incarcerated or on parole, probation, or extended supervision; and 2) whether the applicant is disqualified on any other ground from

This bill deletes the requirement that an applicant provide any information relating to a felony conviction but retains the requirement that an applicant affirm that he or she is not disqualified on any ground from voting.

This bill also requires the Department of Corrections (DOC), the Government Accountability Board, and the Director of State Courts to include in their ongoing training programs a discussion of the changes in law produced by this bill and to offer the training to judges, attorneys, election officials, employees of DOC, and the public.