Feb 27 2015
Sen. Johnson Encourages Members of Both Parties to Attend PM Netanyahu's Remarks
"I believe Congress and the American people will benefit from hearing the perspective of the prime minister. I ask that the White House cease its inflammatory attacks on Prime Minister Netanyahu, which degrade our important relationship with Israel," said Johnson, who plans to attend the prime minister's address. Read more here.
Sen. Johnson Comments on DHS Funding
Senator Johnson made the following remarks Friday after the Senate voted to pass a bill funding the Department of Homeland Security:
“As chairman of the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee, I am committed to keeping America safe and secure. That is why I voted for the bill to fund the Department of Homeland Security." Read more here.
Sen. Johnson Reacts to President’s Veto of the Keystone XL Pipeline
“The president’s veto is very unfortunate. However you evaluate the construction of the Keystone XL pipeline, it makes sense to build it," Senator Johnson said. Read more here.
Sen. Johnson Comments on FCC Rule to Regulate Broadband
Regarding Thursday's decision by the FCC to impose heavy-handed regulations on the Internet, Senator Johnson remarked, "Today’s disastrous decision by three unelected bureaucrats at the FCC to regulate broadband services like a public utility speaks more about how broken Washington is than about any need for onerous regulations on the Internet." Read more here.
Ron on the Radio and TV
Kilmeade & Friends on Fox News Radio: Listen here.
The Jeff Wagner Show on 620 WTMJ: Listen here.
Bill Bennett's Morning in America: Listen here.
American Adversaries Radio on 660 The Answer: Listen here.
Morning Mess on 93.7 WEKZ: Listen here.
The Vicki McKenna Show on 1310 WIBA: Listen here.
Ernie Morning Radio Show on 1360 WVRQ: Listen here.
The Devil's Advocates Radio on 92.1 The Mic: Listen here.
La Crosse Talk on 1410 WIZM: Listen here.
The Jerry Bader Show on 1360 WTAQ: Listen here.
The Real Story on Fox News Channel: Watch here.
New Day on CNN: Watch here.
Ron's Telephone Town Hall
Senator Johnson hosted his 38th telephone town hall on Wednesday, Feb. 25 at 6:30 p.m. CT. He called out to 80,000 Wisconsinites and had over 13,000 folks join his call. Stay tuned for details on Ron's next telephone town hall.