March 2023

Arrest made in firebombing; Supreme Court election is this Tuesday!

March 30, 2023 - 17:10

There are two top news items we want to share with you this week:

1) Remember that this coming Tuesday, April 4, is the Wisconsin Supreme Court election! The stakes have never been higher for our state. This race is being watched around the nation, and the outcome could directly impact the future of life, religious freedom, election integrity, marriage, and more in Wisconsin. Please use and share the resources below, and we will see you at the polls on Tuesday!

Vote like democracy depends on it

March 30, 2023 - 05:30

Next Tuesday, April 4th, citizens of Wisconsin should participate in the nonpartisan Spring Election where the most important choice is for a new Justice for the Wisconsin Supreme Court. There will be three ballot questions and numerous local races, but the one with the most impact on the future of the State of Wisconsin will be the Supreme Court contest.

Call for legislation to Ban Gun Free Zones

March 29, 2023 - 05:35

In the wake of another terrible massacre by a crazed lunatic who disregarded all legal measures and common decency by committing the act of murdering groups of small children and adults in an elementary school in Texas Tennessee, we at are calling on legislators at all levels to do something.

Crazed lunatics have shown time and again that they have absolutely no regard for laws that are passed.

I'm supporting Justice Daniel Kelly

March 29, 2023 - 05:18

Derrick Van Orden here. I wanted to reach out to you because next week, on Tuesday April 4th, Wisconsin is facing a critical decision.

Do we want our state’s courts run by politicians with radical leftist ideologies, or proven jurists committed to protecting our Constitutional rights?

I will be supporting Justice Daniel Kelly, a proven constitutional conservative with a track record of fighting government overreach, protecting free speech, and ensuring the judicial branch remains the check on government power as it was intended by our nation’s founders.


March 25, 2023 - 06:53

As with so many other schools the Sparta Area School District (SASD) will have an election to re-elect incumbents or elect new members to their Board of Education. The SASD includes the city of Sparta and parts or all of thirteen townships within the district boundaries. There are six candidates for four positions; the top three candidates on Election Day will get three year terms while the fourth place candidate will get a one year term.

I’m voting “keep”

March 24, 2023 - 21:37

The abortion advisory referendum question on the current ballot is inaccurate and misleading, therefore it cannot be answered in a valid way.

But at least a vote to “keep” the current law will allow voters, not political organizations, to change our laws.

The question states the opposite of what the law says.

The question says, "Should the Wisconsin legislature repeal or keep the state's 1849 abortion ban that provides no exceptions in cases of rape or incest nor to protect the health of the mother? a. Repeal. b. Keep."

The Supreme Court Needs Judges; Not Politicians

March 24, 2023 - 12:38

Wisconsin should not want nor does it deserve a Legislator on the Supreme Court. If Janet Protasiewicz wants to make laws, she should run for the Assembly, not the Supreme Court. Wisconsin should neither want nor does it deserve a judge who will manifestly rule based on her beliefs. We all have beliefs and they all differ amongst us all. A judge needs to check their beliefs at the door when they put the robe on. They are to Rule as the law is written not how they wish it was written.

Bail Constitutional Amendment Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

March 23, 2023 - 18:11

What does the proposed constitutional amendment do?

The proposed constitutional amendment updates Wisconsin’s constitutional restrictions on bail to put them more in line with the rest of the country. The proposed amendment is actually two separate questions.

Why two questions?

The proposed constitutional amendment makes two changes, one related to non-monetary conditions of release and one related to cash bail (monetary condition of release.) Each question relates to a different part of the proposed amendment.

What does Question #1 do?