In all of the recent debate over Gov. Jim Doyle9s $58 billion budget, the focus was on how much spending wouldcome out of state government over the next two years. Noticeably absent from the political rhetoric was how Wisconsin could generate wealth to pay for all of the welfare spending.
Recognizing that no business group or political leadership has a plan forWisconsin9s economic future,theWisconsin Conservative Leadership Coalition has made this issue the focus of its 2008 "Future Wisconsin" conference. Since 2005, the annual Future Wisconsin conference has been dedicated to finding solutions to Wisconsin9s problems without founding more government programs and spending more of the taxpayer9s money.
The fourth annual Future Wisconsin conference will be held on Saturday, April 5th, 2008 at Bluemound Gardens Conference Center in Wauwatosa, WI. WISN Radio talk show host, Jay Weber will be the master of ceremonies for the conference.
Friday Night, April 4: Marriage and the Family
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Confirmed Speakers Include:
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Dave Keene, President, American Conservative Union
Kayne Robinson, Former President, National Rifle Association
Richard Viguerie, Author, Conservatives Betrayed
Steven Hollingshead, Senior Advisor to the Secretary of Housing and Urban Development
Tim Michels, Vice President, Michels Corp. and former US Senate Candidate
Reince Priebus, Chairman, Republican Party of Wisconsin
Paul Ryan, United States Congressman
Scott Walker, Milwaukee County Executive
Jay Weber, Talk Radio 1130 WISN (Event MC)
Michael Dean, General Counsel, First Freedoms Foundation
Bob Welch, Former State Senator
Dan Vrakas, Waukesha County Executive
Ricardo Pimentel, Vice President, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Glenn Grothman, State Senator
Greg "Kaz" Kazmierski, Spokesperson for the Wisconsin Deer Hunters Coalition
Sue Armacost, Director of Legislation, Wisconsin Right to Life
Julaine Appling, Executive Director, Family Research Institute of Wisconsin
Christopher S. Carson, attorney and co-founder of the Wisconsin Conservative Digest
And many others!!
As always, students are free.
Conference registration includes breakfast, lunch and all conference materials.
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