17 Burst results for "Rebecca Clayfish"

"rebecca kleefisch" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"rebecca kleefisch" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Support from the commander in chief for America's top general. Lisa Brady. Fox News The White House getting questions about books claim of two secret calls reassuring China Amid concern that then President Trump might attack Rachel Sutherland has more live. Lisa President Biden has complete confidence and joint chiefs of Staff Chairman General Mark Milley leadership, patriotism and fidelity to the Constitution that from White House press secretary Jen Psaki as controversy continues over reports in the soon to be published book, The General Milley called his Chinese counterpart during the transition of power. We'll leave it to Congress and others to ask questions they want to ask, and obviously the Department of Defense that joint Chiefs and others will speak to that. A spokesman for General Milley released a statement saying his calls were not secret. They were coordinated with Defense Department officials. Lisa. Thanks, Rachel, the former president has said if true, the calls amount to treason. President Biden Holding a meeting with business leaders is a vaccine mandate. Debate continues. I understand that the coronavirus is real and that the vaccine is the right choice for a lot of people, but for them to mandate it is something that is stepping way too far. Rebecca Kleefisch is one of the Republicans running for governor in Wisconsin, where Democratic Governor Tony Evers is requiring weekly testing for state. Employees if they don't want the shot. Police in Aurora, Colorado, are accused of a pattern of racially biased policing. The results of a civil rights probe just released the first of its kind investigation under Colorado's new Police Accountability Law, which allows 60 days for changes to be made. A grand jury recently indicted three officers and two paramedics over the death of Elijah McClain. Died after being put in a chokehold and injected with ketamine while walking home. As officers responded to a suspicious person report. America is listening.

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"rebecca kleefisch" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"rebecca kleefisch" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Word nights text the word nights to 85561616 20 AC unit mortgage talking text line. Text the word nights. We will send you a link directly to our show page. And there you can see the entire listen back if you want to the entire and Compton interview Also last week when I was in for Wagner Had an interview with former Lieutenant governor Rebecca Kleefisch few hours after she announced her gubernatorial is his goober, by the way gubernatorial candidacy. Running for the, uh, the Senate after Senate. Yeah. Gubernatorial candidacy running for Senate. You know what I mean? Anyway, Talk to Kleefisch Compton and all the goofy stuff. We do Pancakes about podcasting. All that stuff. The full show podcast is there If you're not able to hear us, or you don't know, did I miss the show where they are and what they on Because we're a little scattered. You know what sports play by play just text nights and you can go and listen. At your leisure. What's nice about tonight's nights as we have a third hour on tap, Yes, indeed. Going to talk game shows in the nine in the eight o'clock our nine o'clock If you're listening to us in the Eastern Time zone, of course, going to talk game shows because earlier today, the 50th season the 50th anniversary of the price is right debuted. Walked down that path if you could, if you could excel in any game show if you could appear in any game show, what would that be? Maybe we'll dive into that. Tony's got the news in a minute. Uh, I can't understand. You allow me to translate. Hmm. Wants everyone to know about the Sydney so far from Penny mustard. Mhm. He says its uncommonly comfortable What kind of head Rest. Just say it articulating what? The Sydney To has an articulating power head Rest options. You have been mumbling the word articulating. I see the irony. The Sydney sofa starting at $1215 at Penny mustard showrooms in Milwaukee and Chicago. Mustard dot com. Get rid of nasty household chemicals. At one.

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"rebecca kleefisch" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"rebecca kleefisch" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"801 from the WTMJ breaking news Senate President Biden and letting out a sweeping plan to get more Americans vexed, tested and wearing masks. The new rules apply to all federal workers and contractors who employ more than 100 people. ABC's Rebecca Germany, of the nation's largest corporations already have vaccine mandates of their own. But these new rules now apply to tens of thousands more companies and employees they cover about 100 million Americans that is two thirds Of the nation's workforce. Private employees can opt out. They can choose to test regularly, but the businesses that opt out and don't comply will face stiff penalties up to $14,000 per infraction per violation. The president's comments not playing well across the aisle. Linda Kenyan in Washington. President Biden's announcement of new federal vaccine requirements a spark quick reaction around the country, including this from South Dakota Republican Governor Christie Gnome who spoke on Fox News. We will take action. My legal team is already working. And we will defend and protect our people from this unlawful mandate. The president says he's trying to protect the health and the lives of the American people amid the surge of the Delta variant that is killing thousands every week, U. S Senator Ron Johnson, calling the president's mandate quote an outrageous trampling of civil liberties MPs. The first district in Wisconsin, requiring employees get vaccinated against Covid 19 TMJ four is Taylor Lumpkin. The mandate drew mixed reactions from parents, NPS employees and the teachers union. Well, I believe in dancin And that they can do I also believe in medical credible choice to our school. Nursing leaders stand ready to work with MPs to meet this important safety concerns about possible teacher retention were also brought up the shortage that we already are facing. But others argued the vaccine mandate would actually do more good than harm. We might find individuals to what to come and work in a district that has a mandate for everybody being vaccinated Teachers not vaccinated by the November 1st deadline, go on unpaid. Suspension and could be fired the former Supreme Court justice leading an investigation into Wisconsin's November 2020 election results is now requesting any and all files related. To that contest. Michael Gableman, sending a letter of request to the Wisconsin Elections Commission asking the commissioner is there to relay the local clerks that they need to preserve any and all records related to the contest, including router and computer access logs. The Election Commission, in their own investigation found no evidence of widespread fraud related to the election. Newly minted gubernatorial candidate Rebecca Kleefisch, supporting that ongoing election investigation, telling Wtmj Scott words that to do whatever it Takes in order to make sure That people go back and vote. It is a danger to our Democratic republic if people refused to go and vote because they don't trust our elections anymore, Kleefisch expected to be joined by several other Republicans in the race, hoping to challenge incumbent Governor Tony Evers next November. Milwaukee County Sheriff Purnell Lucas has his eyes set on higher office. Lucas Thursday announcing He said, to run for mayor of Milwaukee, becoming the second person to announce that they want to take the reins from Mayor Tom Barrett, who himself said to become the next U. S. Ambassador to Luxembourg Common Council President Calculator Johnson. Told WTMJ. He also intends to run for a full mayoral term. Coming up a new home for Judge Judy Setting Unlimited WTMJ News. Tomato for your house looks different. What did you do? We had the roof inciting cleaned by algae men. It looks brand new. I bet that costs a lot. Well, that's the best part. Algae men came in and got rid of all those ugly black stains and whatever that green splotchy stuff was, and they did it at a great cost. Yeah, but is it a franchise? I like to use local guys? Nope. Found. Right here in Waukesha County. Great. How can I get in touch with them albumin dot com. And call for a free quote. Algae men They clean areas that you don't want to. Locally based Windows Select helps Wisconsin homeowners save on energy efficient windows, Citing indoors right now received to Green Bay Packers tickets with your free home estimate. No purchase necessary just have them out to your home and learn about their a plus.

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"rebecca kleefisch" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"rebecca kleefisch" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"School district in the state to require all employees and staff get vaccinated. Against Covid 19. I just think it's going to be better for moving forward with in person instruction in the mandate. All South will be required to provide proof of vaccination by November 1st. However, the district will make exceptions for medical or religious reasons. The board also approved the $100 monetary incentives for students who control proof of the vaccine, the former Supreme Court justice leading an investigation into the state's November 2020 election results is now requesting any and all files related to that counts. Test. Michael Gableman, sending a letter to the Wisconsin Elections Commission asking commissioners to tell local clerks to preserve any and all records related to the election that includes computer router and access log information. The Commission earlier this year found no evidence of widespread voter fraud related to the November contest. Former Lieutenant governor Rebecca Kleefisch announcing Thursday she's running for governor. During an interview with WTMJ Scott Waris. She says she supported the ongoing investigation into the state's election results. I think there needs to be an investigation that satisfies The folks who are deeply concerned about election integrity in the state of Wisconsin. And I think that once we have satisfied that we will retake the state of Wisconsin Kleefisch, one of a handful of Republicans hoping to challenge Tony Evers next year. Milwaukee County Sheriff Vernell Lucas has his eyes set on higher office Thursday, Lucas announced that he will be running for mayor of Milwaukee, becoming the second person to say they want to take the reins from current Mayor Tom Barrett, who is set to become the next U. S ambassador to Luxembourg. Louisiana rescheduling its fall elections because of Hurricane Ida reporter Do, Alfred Jones. Hurricane IDA has postponed Louisiana's fall elections. Governor John Bel Edwards has agreed to push them back by five weeks. The October statewide election. Will we now be held November 13th. If the runoff is needed, it will be held December. 11th Secretary of state Kyle Arden said holding the elections, as originally scheduled would be virtually impossible without impairing election integrity. Without rescheduling. Early voting would have started September 25th. That's before some areas are expected to see their power restored after the storm. Coming up. It's so easy A robot can sort of.

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"rebecca kleefisch" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"rebecca kleefisch" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Stopped out in front and talked to justice who was mowing his yard. One of our homicide victims. And that's when he said. Hey, God said. That I need to talk to Amber. Because she's going to commit suicide. This is all fiction. All made up by him. Understand? And I underscore when we make those references. There was no victims of sex crime in that house. He was a coward. An absolute coward. He looks like a man. But he's not a man, the sheriff said. The 11 year old girl who was shot multiple times, survived the attack and has undergone four surgeries. She survived by playing dead. Riley served as a Marine in Iraq and Afghanistan. He was working as a security guard in the Lakeland area, including at a church Now, after that recent job, his girlfriend told investigators he Began talking about communicating with God but not about violence. Well. Former Wisconsin Lieutenant governor Rebecca Kleefisch launched her campaign for governor Thursday by likening herself to former president Trump and deriding Democratic incumbent Tony Evers as a week failure. Klay Fish is trying to become the first female governor in Wisconsin history. The race would be a top priority for Republicans. They control the Wisconsin Legislature, but they've been stifled by Evers. He's vetoed Republican bills to make absentee voting more difficult, restricted access to abortions and prohibited enforcement of any future federal gun control laws. That he may shut down our schools. He may shut down our economy. He may shut down our churches. But today we begin to shut down Tony Evers campaign, Countering that Evers has taken quote, bold action to clean.

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"rebecca kleefisch" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"rebecca kleefisch" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

"Relationship. Brian didn't know them in advance. Brian Reilly stopped out in front and talked to justice who was mowing his yard. One of our homicide victims. And that's when he said. Hey, God said. That I need to talk to Amber. Because she's going to commit suicide. This is all fiction. All made up by him. Understand? And I underscore when we make those references. There was no victims of sex crime in that house. He was a coward. An absolute coward. He looks like a man. But he's not a man on the sheriff said the 11 year old girl, who was shot multiple times survived the attack by playing dead. She's undergone four surgeries. Riley served as a Marine in Iraq and Afghanistan. He was working as a security guard in the Lakeland area, including at a church now after that job is girlfriend of four years told investigators Riley began talking about communicating with God. But Not about violence. The former Wisconsin lieutenant governor, Rebecca Kleefisch, launched her campaign for governor Thursday by likening herself to former president Trump and deriding Democratic incumbent Tony Evers as weak. Clean Fish is trying to become the first female governor in Wisconsin's history, and the race is a top priority for Republicans to they control the Legislature, but they've been blocked by Evers. He's vetoed Republican bills to make absentee voting more difficult to restrict access to abortions and Prohibited enforcement of any futural future federal gun laws that he may shut down our schools. He may shut down our economy. He may shut down our churches. But today we begin to shut down Tony Evers Neighbors campaign, Countering that Evers has taken bold action to clean up the mass that fish left behind. During the walker years. The NFL kickoff.

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"rebecca kleefisch" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"rebecca kleefisch" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Courage. From Mark Levin, weeknights nine to midnight. Stay informed all day every day on news talk 11 30 w, a usn and WR NW HD to Milwaukee and I Heart radio station. Good afternoon. I'm Dave Michaels. It's official. Former Lieutenant Governor Rebecca Kleefisch is running for the Republican nomination to take on Tony Evers. Next year. He may shut down our schools, He may shut down our economy. He may shut down our churches, but today we begin to shut down Tony Evers. Others have been considering a bid include lobbyist Bilma, Carson. And former U S. Senate candidate Kevin Nicholson. Milwaukee County Sheriff Fornell Lucas announced he plans to run for mayor of Milwaukee. If and when Tom Barrett is confirmed as the new ambassador of Luxembourg, Milwaukee Common Council President Cavalier Johnson will assume the role of acting mayor. The Common Council will then decide the date of a special election. With that person serving out the remainder of Barrett's term. A state patrol pursuit ended in a deadly crash last night near State Fair Park. Here's Fox six is Carl Defenbaugh State Patrol. We're pursuing a 26 year old Milwaukee man on I 94 just before 7 30 last night. The chase ended when the suspect crash near the eastbound I 94 rampant South 70th Street. He died at that scene. The four o'clock business report brought to you by the good feed store. The Dow was down today. 151 points. The NASDAQ fell 24 while the S and P lost 18 checking the sizzle. Health sports scoreboard The NFL regular season kicks off tonight. It's the Buccaneers and Cowboys. The Packers play the Saints on Sunday. From the Orthopedic Associates of Wisconsin. W.

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"rebecca kleefisch" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"rebecca kleefisch" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Extraordinary. His Gutfeld show is primarily a cable show. The other programs are on primarily on over the air television stations. Now I get that people get TV in 95,000 different ways anymore, and it's not like some people evident. 10 and other people have cable. There's streaming services, and some people can get some channels and some people can get other channels but the reach of the other shows. Is greater than the reach of gut fell show. In other words, more people have access. Jimmy Kimmel, Greg Gutfeld because the TV that they have but offered the NBC affiliate more likely than they would offer. Fox News and so on. So Gutfeld is number one, even though his show is available in a lower percentage of homes than the other programs. And again. I don't know if great going to sustain that, after show will still be good in a year of, you know in you still have those kind of ratings and so on. But this is an extraordinary thing. Little late night show on cable. Is outdrawing the ratings of all the late night TV talk shows and My explanation again without being redundant is similar other than a little bit of style. What is the difference between Fallon and Colbert. Kimmel. I mean, they're all just what's the difference? Nothing but Gutfeld show is clearly different. He's a right winger and kind of sarcastic, But that's the thing you first thing you say is is a conservative. What about again? I've made this comment with regard to the local television stations and the news departments. We have four local TV stations that you're the news, 46 12 and 58. They're all left of center. I was running one of them. I put out a newscast that was right of center, and I know I'd be number one. It happens every and again. It's got to be good. You can have some dopey anchor in some terrible news people in it'll screw up the weather forecast and have a bad set. Or the anchors can't be too ugly and so on. Assuming that you do it with competence you would win. But none of them have tried. In fact, it's hard to figure out which of the stations is more left of center than the other. They all again try to trip one another to get over there to the politically correct left. If somebody actually put out of right of center television news guest I guarantee you there to be number one. Garantia. As you probably know. Rebecca Kleefisch is announcing today that she's running for governor and she will be joining us on this program. But what I hope is an interesting interview. Right after the break. 3 43 news talk 11 30 ws. It's time for rapid traffic..

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"rebecca kleefisch" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

07:22 min | 1 year ago

"rebecca kleefisch" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"We are America. As I say. Liberties lost on a minute to by minute basis coming up in the three o'clock hour. We're going to have a conversation with a woman who could very well be Wisconsin's next governor. Today. Rebecca Kleefisch, former lieutenant governor under governor, Scott Walker. Hadn't as announced that she will indeed enter the ring and the race for 2022. We'll talk to Rebecca Kleefisch more about 3 15. Regarding her run and the campaign ahead. Right now, Speaking of the campaign looks like, uh, old Tony's numbers are sagging a little bit, perhaps like his spirits. Uh, Evers. Poll numbers plummeting Doctor Will Flanders, research director for the Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty is joining us now to talk a little bit about a new will pull that was commissioned by Renowned polls. Store pollster. Uh You know, the, uh have some information. More information on this now with Dr Will Flanders. Good afternoon, sir. How are you? Good afternoon. Thanks for having me on doing well. Yeah, I'm glad to have you here. The numbers are very interesting. Very telling. This was put together by Scott Rasmussen, who is you know he's He's no champ when it comes to the world of poll polling. I mean, this guy is pretty well known and has been pretty accurate over the years regarding his polls and got some interesting numbers. Now a governor That is below 50% is almost near that underwater range. Let's take a look at some of the top line numbers well. Yeah, That's absolutely right. So you know, we decided, as you said, it's election season is beginning to ramp up it be a good time to sort of get a state of play. And if we're going to do that, in Wisconsin or really anywhere in the country, we knew partnering with a thought rescues and it's sort of the way to go and we look at a number of different issues. Um, primarily looking at a lot of the election, build an election integrity issues. But we also included the overall approval for the governor, and we found him to be within that margin of error. We found him to be at 48 to 47 the margin of error on our poll with a 1000 registered voters throughout the state of Wisconsin is about 3.1%. So not sort of the high approval ratings we've been seen before, And we think you know a number of issues, you know, including the election, integrity stuff. We talked about this poll but also the continuing effects of school closures of these Endless debates about masking in schools and things like that happen CRT and pools. We think all of these things are having an effect. Will Flanders from the Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty, joining us on this edition of the Vicki McKenna Show. I find it interesting if you look and you compare the Rasmus and numbers with the Marquette Law School poll, the last or latest most recent Marquette Law School poll. Showed the governor at 50%, But look back over time. Will I find it Fascinating. This is a governor, uh, from March late march of 2020 at the beginning of the pandemic. To today has dropped 17% points You remember in March at the beginning of the pandemic when it seemed like a lot of Wisconsinites were frightened what was to come and they were looking for leadership from their chief executive. Uh and you know he had 65% in terms of favorability or support that has dropped, according to this latest poll down to the 47% level. I think his handling of the pandemic has a lot to do with that. What do you think? Absolutely right. I think you know for over a year now, right where we're a year and a half into this pandemic, and people have been looking for leadership from the governor's office. Uh, The entire time. We've also been looking for him to work with the Legislature and come up with sort of compromises and reforms that actually are sort of measures that could be reasonably agreed to, you know, not unilateral mandate. Not things along those lines. He is essentially continually tried to go on and on his own from our legal side. We've had a number of obviously lawsuits over the past year to sort of prevent that. We've been relatively successful, but the end result is a governor that doesn't show leadership unwilling to work with the the people in the Legislature to make reasonable attempts to get things done. And when, instead just rather take his mandate that he can have his band Aid will take his ball and go home and you're absolutely right. The poll numbers we have here are not really inconsistent with what you've seen in the Marquette poll. There's a continual downward trend. Think just since we've been in the field a little bit more recently, we're seeing drop below that 50% level. Will Flanders, research director for the Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty, joining us this hour in the Vicki McKenna show. You know, this is a governor who has become the governor of No, You mentioned it before he's going to go it alone. He's not going to work with Republicans and no matter how the left and their public relations firm in the mainstream media like to frame this There have been a number many myriad examples of Republicans, Republican leadership reaching out to the governor. There have been many examples of the governor, not even returning their phone calls. Unfortunately, when he does return their phone calls, he's recording them secretly. So that's the kind of situation that we have in the state of Wisconsin right now. But he has rejected a number of pieces of legislation that are quite frankly as you note in this poll, quite popular with Wisconsinites, particularly after the debacle of an election of November 2020. Your polling numbers show great support for things, voter integrity measures like voter ID. And these others. These are bills that the governor has, um out of hand vetoed and rejected. Yeah, That's absolutely right. So you know what we wanted to do here was sort of look at some of the measures that have been proposed, as well as a number of other sort of reasonable common sense Reforms to see. Across the state with the level of support for them was obviously the governor is couched these things as being extremely partisan, and you look at the votes in the Legislature. For most of these things. They're along partisan lines, but, you know, not just the governor, but the Democratic Party. Elected Democratic Party of the whole that's been in opposition. Um, but across a number of different election reform measures that we looked at, we found not only Republican support, not only independent support, but even a majority of Democrats supporting Reforms give you a couple examples here. One of the main ones is with this with the notion of ballot curing. So what we know from you know, this larger election study that we're engaging in the other groups are engaging is is that Alec curing, even if it's you know, we think it probably shouldn't be happening. We know what's happening throughout the state. This is where elections officials go in and make corrections to errors on ballots. What we know is that that varies from municipality to municipality. And your chance of having your vote counted in Milwaukee is different than it is in Walkinshaw is different than it is in Madison varies throughout the state. We have people should there be a uniform standard for first ballot curing..

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"rebecca kleefisch" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"rebecca kleefisch" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"To become the next governor. I today announce I am running for governor of the great State of Wisconsin. A Republican Rebecca Kleefisch, throwing her hat in the ring this morning, she tells WTMJ Scott Waris, she's ready to unseat Governor Evers is so not up to this moment in history. It's time we replace him with someone who is strong and that is why I am running for governor. Wisconsin Democrats admonishing Kleefisch for the work she did alongside former governor Scott Walker, who lost to Evers in November of 2018, Wisconsin. Democrat Chairman Ben Wikler platform going into 2022 is to double down on things that the voters don't like. It's more of the same extremist radical platform that really is out of step with the values of Wisconsinites. We know that Governor Evers is a strong and steady leader who Wisconsinites fundamentally trust. Wisconsin's gubernatorial election will be held November 8th of next year, the White House, saying federal employees will have 75 days to ramp up in the new mandatory vaccine mandate, White House press secretary Jen Psaki saying this afternoon the White House does intend to lead by good example. Federal workforce is one of the largest in the country, and we would like to be a model to what we think other Businesses and organizations should do around the country. President Biden expected to give remarks a little bit later this afternoon here at home, a middle school, with roughly 500 students in Milwaukee, moving virtually for the next 10 days. MPs says Morris Middle School temporarily moving to an online learning model after roughly 3% of its population tested positive for Covid 19 over the last 14 days. District spokesperson would not confirm to The Journal Sentinel. How many students had tested positive. The union representing Milwaukee public School teachers, once the city of Milwaukee to reimpose an indoor mask mandate citywide, Mt. EA President Amy Missy Alco says they also want the school districts to identify his teachers to get vaccinated port staff vaccine requirements. So long as employees are given the recognized legal exceptions for vaccine requirements and that all legal rights of our members are observed. MPs announced that Morris Middle School was moving back to virtual learning for the next 10 days because of that outbreak, and it's day number four at summer fest. And after a slow first few days, there's optimism that the festival grounds will feel a bit more full this weekend Journal Sentinel music writer Pete Levy telling Wtmj really reminds me of kind of a really slow Sunday or Tuesday before times, So that's rough for the vendors for summer fast. They have a couple of shows this weekend that at the empathy that has sold really well, so I think attendance might pick up this weekend that set from a consumer standpoint, it's kind of the best summer fest to go to Headliners this weekend include Chris Stapleton Tonight, Zac Brown Band Tomorrow and Dave Chappelle on Saturday Sports Traffic and whether our Next sighting unlimited wtmj news time 204. News is sponsored by outdoor Living Unlimited taking your outdoors to a higher level.

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"rebecca kleefisch" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"rebecca kleefisch" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Ever clear Four o'clock this afternoon. Got a couple hours to plan yet Miller Lite Oasis. Well, then you just heard from former Lieutenant Governor Rebecca Kleefisch. Who kind enough to join us, and we'll certainly talk to her. And I know Jeff and Steve and all of us at WTMJ. They're more than happy to talk to all the people that throw their hats in the ring. And that includes the governor himself in Tony Evers, of course. I see Governor Rebecca Kleefisch. What do you say? 85561616 20. It is the accurate mortgage talk and text line whether it's what you heard from her right there now is an official official official candidate. What you remember of her as our lieutenant governor what she's done over these last few years after, uh Tony Evers administration came in and defeating Scott Walker. I say you say I say Governor, Rebecca Kleefisch because, as each candidate announces their run for their respective primary, well, there's only going to be a Republican primary. We know but You have to think you have to ask yourself, Governor. Fill in the blank with that name, And is that someone that you would give consideration to just I say. Governor. Rebecca Kleefisch. You say What? 85561616 20 on the ACC unit Mortgage talking text line, 85561616 20. Your calls and your texts as we continue, Scott and for Jeff on Wtmj. This week on WTMJ camera. You.

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"rebecca kleefisch" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"rebecca kleefisch" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"As the jobs ambassador for associated Builders and contractors fought for more trades, education and vocational classes and Schools across the state, but ultimately I'm a leader who is strong, who is unafraid of going back into the fight for people of Wisconsin who just wants someone honest. Someone reasonable and someone who will never stop working as hard as they do. Can a fighter be a uniter as well? 100%. The vast majority of Wisconsinites simply want someone reasonable and honest, who represents them and has life experience similar to theirs. Tony Evers has spent almost his entire life as a bureaucrat or someone who's paid by the government. I have gone from the private sector as a watchdog journalists. To stay at home, Mom and I started my own small business from my own home. Was lieutenant governor gaining experience for years under Governor Scott Walker became the only lieutenant governor in American history to beat a recall election. And I did it while I was undergoing chemotherapy by the way. Since then, I run a federal agency celebrating the 1/100 anniversary of the 19th amendment. Women's right to vote. When I came back, I started a policy organization that has now put out Document recommending the 56 top best ideas We need to accomplish as conservatives for a brighter future for Wisconsin because the people of this state deserves better tomorrows. Former lieutenant governor, Rebecca Kleefisch, now hat thrown into the ring for the Republican primary to challenge Tony Evers next fall. I appreciate your time you've given me more than I originally told Alec. I would ask for And it means a lot. Thank you so much. Promise me you'll come back. At some point. We can talk again. I would love that and we'll do it in studio next time probably would have been more fun if I could have come down to summer fast. But my kids were there last night. I want to see the Jonas Brothers. Good stuff. Rebecca Kleefisch. Thank you and safe travels on the campaign road. Thanks. Scott, Rebecca for governor dot com. There She goes, the race heating up in earnest now, as uh, Scott Walker's former number two and somebody who fought back a recall effort herself obviously looks to challenge Tony Evers Scott Waris in for Jeff Wag. Nobody Get some of your reaction to what you just heard from Rebecca Kleefisch. As we continue live from summer fest on WTMJ, the best analysis of a 13 time world champion Green Bay Packers middle what he's gone. He is gone Touchdown here from Super Bowl champions,.

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"rebecca kleefisch" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"rebecca kleefisch" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Healthcare workers. Thank you. For all you do the WTMJ five day forecasts and these guys today with highs into the seventies tonight Though mostly clear, we drop into the mid fifties towards the lakefront near 50 degrees inland Friday afternoon. No will come back into the upper seventies with mostly sunny skies Saturday. Hive 85 with breezy conditions. Winds out of the Southwest gusting near 30 miles an hour Sunday at Cold Front will bring a slight chance for some showers and cooler air. We dropped to 76 Monday a slight chance for showers a high of 78 on Tuesday a high of 77 with a chance for a few showers. Meteorologist Mercy Wallace and with the storm team forecast on WTMJ Reno Madison at 67 degrees in Green Bay, 65. Walkinshaw 68 in Milwaukee were at 72 degrees. Melissa Barkley, citing unlimited wtmj News time, 12 Oh, eight. Live from the Annex Wealth Management Mobile studio. It's summer fast. This is the Jeff Wagner Show. The Accurate Mortgage Talking text line is open. Now give us a call at 85561616 20 now in for Jeff Wagner. Here's Wtmj. Scott Waris Broadcasting Live. Yes, indeed broadcast Live from summer fast It is week two of the three week extravaganza that is the 2021 Edition of Summer. Fast will be here today. Wisconsin's afternoon news follows me. Tomorrow Saturday, and we'll do it all over again again next week. Thursday, Friday and Saturday. So I got you for the next three hours. Come on out. Say hi gesture at me appropriately or inappropriately. I don't really care. Just gesture at me, would you today until three tomorrow till three. Big show Big show on tap coming up in about an hour from now we're going to talk. You heard Melissa mentioned it right there. We're going to talk with Rebecca Kleefisch, the former lieutenant governor, Republican lieutenant governor Under Scott Walker. She announced her candidacy. And while other a couple others have filed paperwork, Kleefisch is the first one to well. They kick off the campaign to officially stand up on a on a on a stage and with Mike in hand, say, I want to be the next governor of the state of Wisconsin. So we're going to do that in about.

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"rebecca kleefisch" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"rebecca kleefisch" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"She joins an independent candidate, Jonathan Wickman, who's running for the Republican nomination. Also another number of other candidates. Bilma Caution is considering a run long time politico here in Wisconsin. Kevin Nicholson, who ran for Senate lost in the primary to Leah book Mere in 2018 also mulling Run for governor or potentially Senate if Ron Johnson decides to run for a third term next year. Johnson, of course, is still undecided. We will talk with Rebecca Kleefisch coming up about an hour from now Also special edition of Forgotten History Coming up at about 10 20 right before our interview with Becky Kleefisch. As we are just two days away from the 20th anniversary of 9 11, a story of sacrifice of duty and of heroism that you might not have heard in the history books. We went to last night to meet the teacher event at my Kids Middle school. And in both his English and social studies classes. They're doing things on 9 11, and what really struck me was that his English teacher said that what if his assignments my sons was going to be interviewing somebody who was alive? 9 11. And it was yet another reminder that these kids who are 13 14 years old. Were born. Six years after the twin towers fell that in order to get that sort of perspective, that immediacy of what 9 11 means. They need to talk to someone older than them. In fact, I believe I saw a statistic that 100 million people a third of this country. Was born after 9 11. 9 11 in the 20 years, since it happened has has really in a very real sense become history. It's sort of like for those of us in my generation, the older millennials The Kennedy assassination is something we only learned about in history books. It happened about 20 years after I was born. Same thing with Pearl Harbor. Those seminal moments eventually become historical events. That are taught about in history books. But coming up at 10 20 a story that you might not have heard a story that you've likely heard in the media for the past couple of days is a bit of fearmongering about the rate of covid cases. Among Children. MSNBC's morning, Joe this morning about one in four new coronavirus cases are now in Children. Boy that's really different from the first wave, isn't it? Let him back to school with the delta variant, and there you go, especially in Florida without masks. NBC News correspondent Kerry Sanders has more the return to the classroom potentially dangerous with a quarter of all new covid cases. Now Children and with families at odds over how to keep their kids safe. The battle over masks still raging with a judge ruling Florida must stop enforcing mask bands a major blow to Republican governor Rhonda Santa's. This is what hurts communities we see dictatorial like Behavior is what he's doing. Also in Miami, a start warning from the school superintendent after three teachers and 10 other school employees died from Covid since school began, all of them unvaccinated the narrative about mandatory mass policies or the the Elimination of those have been absolutely political in nature, and that quite frankly as an educator as a father, It bothers me because Children should not be political ponds and this political chess game and we need to get past that. Yeah,.

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"rebecca kleefisch" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

06:30 min | 1 year ago

"rebecca kleefisch" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Used to be The theme song to My old Talk show number. So the beginning of this Still have PTSD. I'll be driving down and I'll hear the guitar intro and I'll kind of because you you know, you just get into that habit of okay. I'm going to hit the mike and I got to the time that it is one of those ones you seem like. Oh, Never shake it. Never shake it. People who don't work in in in media like Who cares? It's a song, but no, You used everyone. I promise you, every single person has one of those memories that comes back with some songs. Some smell some TV stations. You hear that song, you know, like Oh, man, that was Welcome back. Good afternoon. I'm Benjamin. Yeah, I'm filling in for Mark Belling here on the Mark Belling late afternoon show. He'll be back on Monday. I guess. All saying, yes. Friday is somebody else. I don't know. Who is it? Jerry? Who's doing the Friday afternoon show tomorrow? So I'm not doing it. I I screwed up. So I was supposed to be not tomorrow. But next week, but I'm going out of town. So I'm like, Yeah, I'll pick up the pick up the one at the end of the month. That happens to be the new opening day for the Brewers. 3 10 start, So I'm gonna be sitting here talking about politics. Everybody's going to be down at an fan field beer in it up at the tailgate. The agony moving started text line is gonna be crickets because everybody's out having fun. I should be out having fun, too. Before the break. We got into the conversation about the Republican field versus Tony Evers. This all comes after a piece from the Journal Sentinel that listed it's four candidates likely candidates. Nobody's official but likely candidates Rebecca Kleefisch or Kleefisch. Somebody sent me a text, Ben, you're pronouncing it wrong. Sorry. Kevin Nicholson. Brian Molko Ocean Jonathan Richman. By the way, I should point out that no one not a single person, not a single solitary soul has texted me about anybody other than Rebecca Kleefisch on this list. No Kevin Nicholson fans know Bilma Kocian fans know Jonathan Wickman fans. It's It's Ron Johnson. Sheriff Clarke, Becky Kleefisch, Paul Ryan Reince Priebus. The governor from the North Woods, everybody but the other people on this The question I had is who can beat Tony Evers Tony Evers is infinitely beatable. But I'm not sure that anybody on this list does it texture here in the 507 Ben. My problem with Rebecca Kleefisch is that she feels like the next up Republican. I will see who runs and makes my chase choice based on the strongest candidate in every sense of that term, another texture here and I would get moved because we just got a ton of text texture in the 414 said, Ben, I have a bad feeling that the Wisconsin Republican Party is going to be M I A on this Now we had somebody from the Milwaukee County Republican Party call and tell me that it's been a little too rough to spread the love, he said. And by the way, asked Democrats are out there planning to cheat to win next year. What's our plan? And and he said, Well, we don't cheat. Maybe we should You know, are the Brewers cheating when the pitcher's spray sunscreen into their hair and then run their hands through their hair? Pick up the rising bag. And now all of a sudden that ball spinning like a monster is that cheating is stealing signs from second base cheating. If everybody's cheating, is it cheating? Democrats take this stuff seriously. They know that in order to win, they have to have an organized Kevin look at what Mark Zuckerberg's money did in Green Bay and Republicans are like, Well, I I think that will just voters have to have a desire to go to the polls. No. The party has to step up and start to do stuff. That's one of the reasons why most of the talking text line is filled with people. Who are anybody but the former lieutenant governor. Accident mortgage talking text line 414799 11 30, Let's go to Teresa over and Walkinshaw been hanging on a long time, Teresa. Thank you so much for hanging on. Go ahead. Tell me what's on your mind. You're welcome. And I enjoy listening to all the time. Same thing in the morning there Great. All right. I'm another sheriff, David Clarke fan to me. He's a leader. He's got a strong, authoritative personality and you just listen to him. Talk for two sentences and you know exactly where his head's at There's nothing that he says that I could never stand behind 100%. I know Vicki McKenna interviews him a lot, and she also does the same thing as Ron Johnson. He just believable person, But my concern with him is he always runs as a Democrat. And how are we going to get Republican money? Into a Democrat candidate. Well, I think, yeah, I think he could switch parties in two seconds and and and no one would know one to run for months and months. I listen to him all the time on your radio station that he's great. I mean, he thinks like me. Yeah, I'm behind him. 100%. I think I think that the sheriff Clarke has and and and thanks so very, very much, Teresa, I I really appreciate thanks for taking the time and and calling us here. I think that the Sheriff Clarke has a tremendous amount of crossover ability. I think that the Sheriff Clarke at a time when crime is going to become one of the major issues in the governor's race. I think that that he would have that presence, But I gotta tell you Listen, I do conservative talk radio for a living. There are a lot of people on the right who really, really, really, really, really love Sheriff Clark. And he said some things that turn up on conservative Twitter that moderate voters in Brookfield would be kind of Again. No candidates going to be perfect, and I'm not picking one over the other. But if there's going to be a knock on David Clarke, it's that there are so many people on really conservative Twitter who love him. And so the establishment media types on TV nationally at the Journal Sentinel. They are going to use that as the club. Against him. Republicans are going to have an issue with every candidate that that is true, but this is why we're talking about this to try and figure out who has the least amount of baggage and who is strong enough to overcome their baggage to beat Tony Evers. Accident. Mortgage talk and text line 414799 11 30 Paul on.

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"rebecca kleefisch" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"rebecca kleefisch" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Who are we? Are we, the Republicans? School, dismissed the wig party back in 18 54 in a little white schoolhouse and rip in Wisconsin because they didn't work hard enough. They didn't fight slavery's expansion into the Western territories hard enough. They weren't the fighters that these Republicans wanted in office, and so the party was founded on a movement for equality and for constitutional leadership. I think that's what a lot of these folks who who felt on the herd found in President Trump someone who was willing to fight and I think that's what we need in Wisconsin. We need to return to our constitutional values, and we need to return to our moral compass and we need the fight and there's been a disappointment. I enemy felt this in your column. There's been a disappointment in the system and I got it. The problem with walking away right now. Is that we won't have a fight left. We will instead watch this country. This state devolved into something that is only recognizable and I wish youse to let that happen. And so I'm going to continue to fight. I know you will continue to fight. And I would ask all your listeners to continue to fight for what is morally right. What is constitutionally correct and what those people in that little white schoolhouse wanted. All those years ago because that's aspirational. And that's what I believe conservatives truly what what Republicans truly need to get back to Rebecca Kleefisch, former lieutenant governor. She's not just randomly talking about that schoolhouse in Ripon. She is talking about the 18 48 project, which you are involved in 18 48 project dot Forg, uh, is where you can find more on that, Rebecca. Thank you so much for joining me. Always appreciate talking with you. Thanks a lot, Dan. Have a great day. You too. It is the Dan O'Donnell show We will be back..

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"rebecca kleefisch" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

06:09 min | 2 years ago

"rebecca kleefisch" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"To discuss what could be coming for medicine in 2021. Let's take a listen that interview, then chat with Mike about what was said the question We've been getting the most is well, Lawmakers be working Maurin 2021 than they did in 2020. Well, okay. In defense of the Legislature, and maybe they don't need defending this early, but they wasn't that they weren't working. They had committee hearings and their officers were open. They didn't meet together on the floor except in April. After April. They did, but in an election year that would that would be pretty normal, But because of the crises that we were all facing this year, there were demands by many that they come together and doom or than they did you know a lot of the power in distributing money from the first current virus relief package from Congress. Gave the power to the states and in this case the governor to distribute the money so the Legislature didn't have much to do with the distribution of that money. Although some legislators, you know, certainly wanted to have more oversight. Don't say to sorting out this coffin 19 relief funding issue, which I know is a big one. What else is going to be on the legislative agenda for 2021 1st off? There's going to be some kind of coded 19 package coming from the Legislature. I think the pressure's on to do that, and like I said they've been in talks with Beavers about what that would be. But the Senate in the assembly, you know, even though they're both Republican control, don't agree. Right now. The governor will likely introduce his budget and mid February and that's gonna be some things that he proposed last time, which which Republicans did not go along with You like the Medicaid expansion. The governor has said he's going to propose that again. But that doesn't mean the wrong areas where they can agree. You know the last budget, the governor of Signed the major pieces of that budget that came back to him from the Republican Legislature. And so there is a given take. And maybe with new Senate leadership and, you know, Um, um, you know, maybe there will be, um You know, more cooperation this year about you know what will happen. And the state's finances are not as bad as had been feared. You know, I wouldn't call them great and that, like the state is awash in money, but it znachko better, and there is actually projections that the revenues will grow in the next two years. With politics dot coms. Jeff Mayor's joining US here in Wisconsin's afternoon news, Gentlemen ask you to speculate just a little bit. We will be entering your number three of governor Tony Evers time as governor of the state of Wisconsin. Do you think 2021 is going to be the year where we start to hear rumblings of some challengers? Well, if you're running for statewide office you get going now. I mean, this is when you start to get things together, if not before, So, you know, I think it's pretty clear that Rebecca Kleefisch, the former lieutenant governor under Scott Walker is organizing to run for governor in 2022. I think Republicans recognize that she would be very difficult to beat in. Primary. And so I think that whether there will be a Republican primary. I don't know for sure. But you know, she is been the one who has been, I think most aggressively organizing for a challenge to Evers. Evers himself has not said whether he'll run, you know, declaring a You know that you're running for governor, though, makes everything you do Political. And so I think his stance and you're in interviews is well, I'm not going there yet. I've got all this work to do. We've got a budget to put together. Etcetera, etcetera, you know, at the right time will make the decision and make an announcement. And so I think that's pretty typical of a governor at this stage right now. He has some pretty good poll numbers. Certainly, um, it's been a very difficult situation, but he's got something to run on in a zoo. I said the state's finances are not that bad and the issues he talks about Paul. Well, like, you know, Medicaid expansion and things like that. Let's bring in Mike Spaulding now. And like the first thing I wanted to ask you here. What did you make? Those comments. Do you think we're going to see any sort of Corbett 19 relief bill passed in the state of Wisconsin this year, So Yeah, no, that's really interesting, because we This is kind of a two part situation. One you had the package that was passed back in April. And, really, that was the only significant relief package that was passed it all you have the governor going back and forth the Legislature over Things like mask mandates and capacity rules and all those types of things, But as far as funding goes, they passed this one big bill and through the rest of the year, A lot of work was done behind the scenes in terms of where will now all of this money go. And you know that you saw it get dispersed. I think about a week and a half ago. $15 million went to independent entertainment venues. You have schools getting some funding. You had some Individual municipalities like the city of Milwaukee or Greenfield, or what have you also get some money, so it will be interesting in 2021. If they will get a new package at all, Because there is still some money left over from this first one, and then two along those same lines, where where will it then go. And what will that process look like? Because we know it. Is always complicated when you're talking about things in Madison because of the way that the government is kind of split, So it's gonna take some coming together in 2021 2, I think improve upon some of the processes that they made in 2020. But everyone from all sides and there have been meetings going on this past month or so, since really the November election. To get more on the same page with what's gonna be happening here in Wisconsin again. One of the big things involved with all of that is the budget. And that's obviously another big thing that we're working on right now, as well. We heard from Jeff Mayor is saying in that interview. They're one of the things that I thought was really interesting. Mike was that you know, we're not as bad off as a state as we thought. We were at the beginning of this pandemic. All you've heard his state and local governments being decimated, and that may be true to a certain point, but What Jeff Mayor's was saying was that Wisconsin not as bad off as you might have thought, and that might, you know, keep the foot off the gas a little bit..

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