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What if your mission was to "envision a Wisconsin where postsecondary education moves forward through an open exchange of ideas, the careful consideration of research, and a strong focus on the public good?"
However what if you actually tried realizing that mission during the last 4 months of Republican sponsored carpet bombing targeting the concrete ideals on which that mission rests?
This Thursday in a special episode of BustEd Pencils, Jed and Tim talk to two of the warriors from the Wisconsin Center for the Advancement of Postsecondary Education (WISCAPE).
Noel Tomas Radomski: Director and Assciate Researcher
Jason Lee: Outreach Programs Manager
Among many topics, we will ask Noel and Jason to provide a sense of the damage that was done and how WISCAPE will continue to fight back the attack on the essential freedom to learn and focus on the public good.
The Wisconsin Badgers gained a verbal commit from a talented athlete out of Missouri in A.J. Taylor, but missed out on on a Florida speedster in Demari Simpkins. What 's next for Badgers recruiting at wide receiver, and who would be on commit watch going into the month of August? Plus, what were the major stories coming out of Big Ten Conference media days? We ask BadgerNation's Ben Worgull at 8:15.
The Milwaukee Brewers traded Carlos Gomez, Mike Fiers, and more before the MLB trade deadline -- will the Brewers see dividends down the road?
My thoughts about "Cubanos in Wisconsin", the book that I published this week. It relates our family story, from Cuba to Wisconsin.
You can buy the book here!
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This broadcast of Wisconsin EMS Live was recorded on Tuesday, June 9 at 9:00 a.m. central time. The episode runs 60 minutes.
In this episode we discussed from 9:00 until 9:40 EMS Controlled Narcotics, Chain of Custody, Drug Diversion, and Best Practices. Our guests include Drug Enforcement Agency Wisconsin Supervisor Kathy Federico, Wisconsin Ambulance Inspector Paul Schilling, and Baraboo District Ambulance Chief Dana Sechler and Deputy Chief John Rago.
And then from 9:40 to 10:00 a.m. meet Eric Salzwedel with REACH-A-CHILD. He’s developed a storybook collection with REACH BAG to help kids caught up in an emergency event or incidence – and provide them with some comfort or a short distraction.
Co-hosts included Joe Covelli, Patrick Ryan, and Dan Williams.
Don't miss a beat of the action – listen to Wisconsin EMS Live.
BustED Pencils begins its weekly broadcast live from Michelangelo's coffee house.
The People's Press Conference
On Tuesday, June 30, public education supporters from throughout the state will unite in Madison for a press conference at 11:00 am in the Senate Parlor, followed by a reception to show appreciation for legislators who signed on to LRB-2356 and/or LRB-2357 (Our Children Act and the Special Education Restoration Act).
Following the Capitol event please join Jed and Tim at Michelangleo's coffee house on state street to participate in a live broadcast of BustED Pencils.
Hartford Wisconsin is feeling the pinch of the Union Backed State Laws for the Prevailing Wage. Unions across the country are losing ground as more and more states are seeing how their policies are helping to destroy the economy of Wisconsin communities.
The arguments allow for astronomical prices to be incurred by small and large communities that hurt rather than help. The costs for even small projects in municipality can cause those communities to not even consider improving with even needed construction because of the labor price gouge.
Vicky Ostry President of The Republican Women of Greater Milwaukee, Robin Moore President of the Republican Women of Waukesha County, Jane Carpenter President of the Suburban Republican Womens Club are my guests today on The Earl Hall Show. These ladies are dynamic and very driven when it comes to the Republican Party and how we can make our communities and nation a better place. I had the distinct honor of speaking at one of their events just this past Monday.
The issues that affect our local and national goverment will be the issues that we discuss on today.