Governor Candidate Tim Michels spent an hour on the Jay Weber Show on Newstalk 1130 WISN Radio. He and Jay talked about his thoughts on his election loss and how we move forward. It was an honest conversation and worth a listen.
If Paris is in a room filled with people, you will usually see him front and center talking and laughing with everyone. His effervescent, outgoing personality brings a refreshing change to the sometimes hostile political world. He takes advantage of his private sector relationship management and comedy improv experience to easily engage any size audience, from individuals to thousands. He has always had a passion for all things political and the world around us, and brings a unique and sometimes humorous, perspective. He has been involved in everything from working on individual campaigns to organizing large political rally's. While Paris is a solid Conservative, he takes the time to understand opposing viewpoints. He lives by the mantra, ‘Do not try to change the minds of others as someone else will easily change it back. Just simply state the facts and they may change their own mind, if that happens, you may have an ally for life.’
Yes, you read that right, there is a proposal that will be coming in front of the Mukwonago School Board to effectively psychoanalyze kids three times a year, as early as 3rd grade. This 'analysis', performed by teachers, will become part of the student's permanent record
We shouldn't be voting Terry Dittrich out, he should be reelected and his SUCCESSFUL efforts need to be duplicated throughout the state. Heck, with the fact that Democrats have been owning local offices for decades, I'd say this needs to be duplicated nationwide.
I cannot think of any reason to replace a rare workhorse like Terry Dittrich at this juncture. The numbers matter and they are heavily in his favor. Sadly, I fear there is something more sinister, and frankly petty, at play here.
If the board is not showing fiscal responsibility with what it already has by cutting costs, why should the taxpayer give them more money to mismanage? The sale of that building could help eliminate most if not all of the 'emergency' money needed.