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.’
Our path has changed; our objectives have not. Now more than ever, it’s going to take all of us to expose and eradicate the corruption in our politics and restore our government to one that works for us.
Now the real fight is well underway. We will have enough work fighting off the Democrat collective, we don’t need to be fighting off our own. There is much more at stake than just the Governor’s Mansion. The U.S. Senate lies in the balance, as does the Attorney General’s office. So suck it up.
Well, here we are, the stage is set. While I am absolutely thrilled that Tim Michels prevailed, because I supported him in the primaries, I recognize that this means nothing in the grand scheme of things. This is merely our Omaha Beach, we still have to climb that hill while being shelled from every direction. We have only gained a few inches when we have hundreds of miles to go in order to win.
To see the FBI using assault weapons and ransacking a former President’s home should be completely unacceptable to every American regardless of one’s political leanings. The abuse of federal law enforcement to intimidate political opponents and try to prevent a former President from running for office again is a dangerous trend to our democracy.
While I will support the winner of the primary, I am unapologetically supporting Tim Michels for Governor. I am thrilled that I have moved to sitting out the primary to having a candidate I am happy to vote for.
Why is Rebecca Kleefisch accepting a major donation from a swampy special interest group like MMAC that is lobbying to increase the sales tax in Milwaukee and beyond? The MMAC’s sales tax policy proposal would harm hardworking Wisconsinites during tough economic times. Kleefisch and her aligned PAC are the only recipients in the Governor's race to receive donations from MMAC.