THE REPUBLICAN PARTY
of SHEBOYGAN COUNTY
2019 LINCOLN-REAGAN DINNER
Friday, March 15, 2019
Special Guest Speakers
Other Guest Speakers
Senator Ron Johnson
Congressman Glenn Grothman
State Supreme Court Candidate Brian Hagedorn
6:00 p.m. – Silent Auction Opens, Cash Bar
7:00 p.m. – Dinner is served
7:30 – Program
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JUDGE BRIAN HAGEDORN SPEAKS AT SHEBOYGAN COUNTY CAUCUS
JUDGE BRIAN HAGEDORN, who will be on the April 2 ballot for Supreme Court, introduced himself and his wife, Christina, at the annual Sheboygan County GOP caucus. They are a cheerful couple, but Judge Hagedorn had a sobering message.
He explained how the judiciary has used the idea of a “living constitution” to move from being the “least dangerous branch of government”
to one that has the powernot only to second guess every act the legislature but to create its own law. If Wisconsin had had a liberal supreme court, the reforms that resulted in Wisconsin’s dramatic renaissance could not have taken place, he pointed out. Act 10 would not have survived. A single vote on the Supreme Court saved the entire School Choice program. Without a conservative court, we would not now have Concealed Carry in Wisconsin. With a liberal court, it all goes away. “I’m here to sound the alarm,” he warned. “That’s why I’m running.”
Time To Renew! Time To Join!!!
Everyone who joins the party helps the cause. When the history of this battle for the soul of the nation is written, let it not be said that we sat out the battle on the sidelines and then mourned its loss or celebrated a victory for which we had not fought.
Art DeJong, RPSC Campaign Chairman, recently wrote an excellent opinion piece titled, "Why not join the party?"
He ended his article with this call to action:
"A dynamic Republican party cannot create, “one nation, under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all,” but it can create the space for free people to make that happen. Everyone who joins the party helps the cause. When the history of this battle for the soul of the nation is written, let it not be said that we sat out the battle on the sidelines and then mourned its loss or celebrated a victory for which we had not fought."