Removing Barriers from Incarceration to Work

The Ramiah Project

Group shot of Ramiah Project participants

On August 25 in Madison, I hosted a roundtable discussion with a group of leaders across the political spectrum to explore commonsense ideas to remove barriers from incarceration to work. The event was inspired by my relationship with Ramiah Whiteside, a former inmate turned reform advocate, and the barriers he faced in reentering society. After Ramiah's tragic passing due to complications of workforce reentry in December of 2022, he left a story that inspired us to address areas such as work release, child support, and fraternization. The event was held in Ramiah's honor.

What can we do as a community, as a state, to remove those barriers so we can be supportive of those individuals that want to lead an upstanding life and have that dignity of earning and being successful in life? The solution lies with individuals in our community.

Watch the entire roundtable on Wisconsin Eye.

Watch the Instagram highlights here.

Sounding the Alarm on the Biden Family 

on set

With the national media in Milwaukee last week, I continued to sound the alarm on the Biden family's business dealings.

I appeared with Sean HannitySean SpicerJohn Solomon, and the cast of the RUTHLESS podcast in order to lay out the corrupt business dealings of the Biden family and the scandal of federal law enforcement covering for them.

At some point in time, it becomes so obvious, even the corrupt and complicit media will have to admit it and start reporting on all this.

Until then, I will keep telling the story. Watch this video for the highlights.

COVID Cartel Comeback

Interview with Del Bigtree on The Highwire

One year ago, I sat down with The Highwire for an in-depth 90-minute interview about the COVID pandemic. We start at the beginning and go through each phase of America's botched pandemic response. Now, with COVID seemingly making a comeback in the news, I encourage you to watch (or re-watch) this interview.

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Around Wisconsin

Moms for Liberty co-founders

I was honored to meet the co-founders of Moms For Liberty, Tiffany Justice and Tina Descovich, in Milwaukee. I will always support parents fighting for freedom. 

in studio with Clay Travis

National radio host Clay Travis from the Clay Travis & Buck Sexton Show was broadcasting live from Milwaukee on August 23. I joined him for an interview at the WISN studios.

Downhill at Apple Orchard

I met with constituents in Sheboygan Falls on August 24 at M&T's Gibbsville apple orchard. I was struck by the thoughtful and complex questions on the minds of Wisconsinites. 

Americans for Prosperity Beer

Cheers to Americans for Prosperity-Wisconsin on their new branded beer which touts lower inflation, affordable energy and more jobs. We can all toast to that!