- Capitol Hill Update: December 5, 2016
- An Important Victory for Small Businesses Against the Obama Regulatory State
- FreedomWorks’ Bill of the Month for December 2016: The Readable Legislation Act
- Congressman of the Month for December 2016: Rep. Dave Brat
- Support the HHS Slush Fund Elimination Act to Prevent Illegal ObamaCare Bailout
Wow! It has been a crazy election cycle, hasn't it? I started out all in for Governor Walker but then when that didn't work out I had a difficult time deciding who I would support. I wrote earlier that I feel like our nation needs a leader who has a way of uniting people and I was on the Ben Carson bandwagon for a while until that ended.
We so desperately need to come together as Americans again because there are a lot of very serious problems that will only be solved if we are tackling them together as a team. The current president is going to have to live out the rest of his days knowing that his greatest legacy is the bitter division of the American people.
A local conservative offered this to me anonymously to post on his/her behalf.
The Tribune recently quoted State Assemblyman Steve Doyle (D) regarding partisan politics being involved in local County Board races. Now, Steve Doyle, a partisan politician, has injected himself into several of the, non-partisan County Board Races. He said, “This should not be bare knuckle politics. This should be public service,” but this isn’t “friends helping friends.” This is “somebody else simply taking over somebody’s campaign.”
I have talked to hundreds of people throughout La Crosse County and they are all disappointed by the hypocrisy State Assemblyman Steve Doyle (D) has shown by injecting partisan politics into our County Board elections. Residents of La Crosse County should “questioned whether that assistance would affect the candidates’ priorities.”
In Mark 8:36, Jesus said, "What good is it for someone to gain the whole world, yet forfeit their soul?"
This is a passage that I try very hard to keep in mind whenever I have to make an important decision about my own career path. This passage helps to keep me grounded in the foundation of God's word and it also helps me see the big picture.
Senator Rubio, you have served this nation well and I have no doubt that you have much more service to provide to America. Now, however, is not the time for your presidential bid. The people have spoken in many primaries around the nation and you were not their choice this time.