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CNP Council for National Policy: Paul Weyrich Award 2012. ALEC alumnus
The Council for National Policy (to which Kellyanne, Bannon, the DeVos family, the Mercers, Pence, Ken Blackwell, and two men whose families funded the largest voting machine vendor in the U.S.) has set a deadline of 2020 for restoring “religion and economic freedom and Judeo-Christian values” under the Constitution. Dec 27, 2017 By Jennifer S. Cohn Citations updated July 20, 2018
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“102. Governor Scott Walker’s recall election in 2012 was also anomalous. Whereas exit polls had Walker within .1% of his Democratic rival, Walker officially won by 6%.
- Scott Walker is not in the CNP directory. But he won the “Paul Weyrich award” in the run-up to his 2012 election.
Walker Wins Paul Weyrich Award. PR Watch Submitted by Rebekah Wilce on October 22, 2012 https://www.prwatch.org/news/2012/10/11805/walker-wins-paul-weyrich-award “Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker, an alumnus of the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) from his time as a state legislator, received an award named after one of ALEC’s founders, Paul Weyrich, in February 2012. The award went unnoticed at the time as Walker battled a recall election, but was discovered by the “2old2care”blog.
Weyrich, a Racine native who died in 2008, didn’t just found ALEC. The right-wing political apparatchik was the founding president of the Heritage Foundation, and led the Free Congress Foundation, a politically and socially conservative think tank striving, as its website used to say, to “return [America] to the culture that made it great, our traditional, Judeo-Christian, Western culture.” He helped shape the right-wing agenda for more than thirty years.”
- This article explains how Scott Walker wants to call that Constitutional Convention proposed by Weyrich as well.
- How Conservatives Are Trying to Rewrite the Constitution Pacific Standard REBECCA BUCKWALTER-POZAJune15, 2017 While Congress and the Trump administration continue to push the GOP agenda via legislation, other conservatives are trying to change the Constitution itself. If just four more state legislatures pass resolutions calling for a constitutional convention, the United States…
- This article shows how Walker is attacking public universities.What is driving Scott Walker’s war on Wisconsin universities Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Rally Point
Saul Newton’s blog is part of our Purple Wisconsin project. Newton is the Executive Director of the Wisconsin Veterans Chamber of Commerce and a U.S. Army veteran.
What is driving Scott Walker’s war on Wisconsin universities Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Rally Point June 10, 2015 “Under Scott Walker, Wisconsin’s colleges have been the targets of an ideologically motivated attack to undermine and dismantle higher education in this state. In his first term, Walker slashed funding for Wisconsin universities and technical colleges by nearly $400 million while in-state tuition rose by double digits. As tuition increased Walker froze funding for financial aid programs and cut tuition assistance by nearly $40 million, forcing college students to carry the weight of his extreme budget cuts. Earlier this year, Scott Walker defied the national trend and intensified his war on the on the University of Wisconsin System by proposing a massive budget cut of $300 million, the largest funding cut in University of Wisconsin history. He also included a proposal in the budget to eliminate portions of the Wisconsin Idea, the University of Wisconsin’s mission statement that codifies that the purpose of the University of Wisconsin System is to improve people’s lives outside the classroom. When confronted, Walker claimed the changes were the result of a “drafting error” and quickly withdrew the proposal. Records later revealed that Walker’s office had directed the changeso ver the concerns of University of Wisconsin System administrators. In addition, Walker’s budget proposal includes unprecedented assaults on academic freedom and university governance that are already driving away professors and facultyfrom across Wisconsin. Walker’s crusade against higher education is not “reform,” but is actually strategic and coordinated assault on universities across this state.”
- This article shows how Scott Walker (CNP) would like to ban abortions even in the case of rape or incest. Scott Walker to Sign Ban on Abortions for Rape, Incest The Daily Beast Betsy Woodruff May 28, 2015 When it comes to abortion, Scott Walker aims to keep his promises. But doing so could make his life-and his almost…”/end Jennifer Cohn thread