This week on RightWisconsin Conversations, Barb Dittrich, a Republican running in the 38th Assembly District, talks about running for public office. Why would someone who works with families with special needs children entering the world of politics?
This week on RightWisconsin Conversations, Bryan Steil, a Republican candidate in Wisconsin's 1st Congressional District, joins Editor James Wigderson to talk about higher education, immigration, and tax cuts.
Julaine Appling of Wisconsin Family Action joined RightWisconsin Editor James Wigderson to discuss the Family Prosperity Index, Wisconsin's #17 ranking, and the importance of the family in improving Wisconsin's economy in the long term. How can we make America great again? One family at a time, Appling says.
Michael Jahr of the Badger Institute returns to discuss the new Center for Opportunity. We discuss how the Center will focus on public policy issues related to criminal justice reform and occupational licensing.
Bob Seitz, Deputy Secretary at the Wisconsin Department of Transportation, is this week's guest on RightWisconsin Conversations. Seitz talks about the savings in the DOT budget since last year's audit, the I-94 East-West Freeway, and where do the orange barrels get stored when they're not being used?
Dr. Will Flanders, the Research Director for the Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty, joins Editor James Wigderson on this week's episode of RightWisconsin Conversations. Flanders discusses his work on school choice, including his recent work for school choice in Mississippi. He also explains some of his research about occupational licenses.
Last month, state Treasurer Matt Adamczyk declared his candidacy for the state Assembly. We caught up with Adamczyk in his basement office in the state Capitol to discuss his effort to get the legislature to adopt a constitutional amendment to abolish Adamczyk's job. We also discuss the Secretary of State and his travel woes, how Adamczyk became state treasurer, and what is the BCPL?