Rally at the Courthouse in Milford on May 15.
Following is a report by Carol Pociencha Palm about Sheriff David Clarke’s talk to Republican Women’s Club of Waukesha County, Wisconsin on December 2, 2019
Sheriff David Clarke talked about touring the country with Trump in 2016. He said it’s important to communicate a vision that people start to see not just hear, people have to see what you are talking about. When that happens you have resonated with them, you have connected with them and they will go along for the ride.
He was elected 4 times in a hard-core democratic county (Milwaukee) as a conservative.
Washington DC is a mess, a sewer… He worked for America First promoting the President’s policies. He moved to DC, but it’s nothing but traffic jams. He also traveled around the country… he was welcomed everywhere by conservatives. He left DC, was on Fox TV a lot, he wasn’t being paid for that. He was told Fox ratings went up when he was on for interviews. Bill Shine asked him to join Fox. But the Murdocks took over and they are liberal.
Now, Sheriff Clarke writes a conservative blog on his website. He has taken on the building the wall, the illegal immigration situation […]
By Beverly Willett
Courtesy of Washington Examiner
Until sued for divorce, many spouses have no idea they can be divorced without cause and against their will.
I’m a lawyer and I, too, was in the dark right up until my husband left. So why is this violation of the U.S. Constitution that has shattered innocent lives not on the agenda of any candidate running for high office?
Fifty years ago this summer in 1969, California Governor Ronald Reagan signed the first no-fault divorce statute into law. Since then, all states have enacted similar legislation. Despite early applause from lawmakers that these laws would serve couples, they have negatively altered the landscape of marriage and family in the United States and violated the U.S. Constitution.
The 14th Amendment mandates that no person be deprived of life, liberty or property without due process of law. The Amendment’s procedural protections include the plaintiff’s obligation to assert grounds, the defendant’s right to be heard, including the right to cross-examine and call witnesses, and offer evidence, and the right to impartial decision-making. But spouses sued for divorce have no right to their day in court. No weighing of evidence takes place. Only one spouse need allege, […]