As our friend Brian Fraley posted on Twitter, “The Fox News Christmas party just got interesting.” Today’s quote of the day comes from George Will, who is not a fan of Bill O’Reilly’s latest book about President Ronald Reagan. This book is nonsensical history and execrable citizenship, and should come with a warning: “Caution — […]
This may be the one time that all of the surviving Reagan children would agree. Print this entry
Today is the 100th Anniversary of President Ronald Reagan’s birth. Over on the right hand side there is a video of Reagan’s most famous speech, the 1964 Time of Choosing. I have also put other Reagan videos into the rotation lower on the right hand side. If you’ll allow me a personal moment of reflection, […]
Scot Ross of (*) One Wisconsin Now manages to be funny without engaging in coprophilia. He reports on one liberal expectation from the state GOP convention, “By the by, libs say the over/under on times Rebecca Kleefisch mentions Reagan in her speech is 12.” That’s probably about right, and too bad none of the candidates […]
Block said there were two issues especially where Kramer has had an impact. Kramer has made strides in repealing the state’s minimum markup law, including recent passage by the Assembly of repealing the minimum markup for prescription drugs. The other issue is financial transparency for the state, an issue AFP is going to be making a big push for this year.
Kramer said it was great to win the award. “I was a member of AFP from the beginning. I go to as many of their events as I can. I was an activist before I was a legislator.”
Kramer said his acceptance speech will give credit to the organization and people in the room.
“Holding legislators’ feet to the fire is more critical than they know. I want them to know I am with them and that I take their work seriously.”
Transcript (from the Miller Center for Public Affairs) Thank you very much. Chancellor Kohl, Governing Mayor Diepgen, ladies and gentlemen: Twenty four years ago, President John F. Kennedy visited Berlin, speaking to the people of this city and the world at the city hall. Well, since then two other presidents have come, each in his […]
The line by President Reagan that was almost never spoken. Print this entry