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Kevin Fischer is a veteran broadcaster, the recipient of over 150 major journalism awards from the Milwaukee Press Club, the Wisconsin Associated Press, the Northwest Broadcast News Association, the Wisconsin Bar Association, and others. He has been seen and heard on Milwaukee TV and radio stations for over three decades. A longtime aide to state Senate Republicans in the Wisconsin Legislature, Kevin can be seen offering his views on the news on the public affairs program, "InterCHANGE," on Milwaukee Public Television Channel 10, and heard filling in on Newstalk 1130 WISN. He lives with his wife, Jennifer, and their lovely young daughter, Kyla Audrey, in Franklin.

Recommended Reading (11/03/12)

Recommended Reading

Here are, in my view, interesting, noteworthy columns and articles from the past week that I highly recommend (You will note that on occasion, I do not endorse the opinions of the author and may point that out. Despite my disagreements, I still feel the piece is worth a read).

Why Obama will lose Wisconsin

"One of the miscalculations of the Left's recall efforts was what it would do to conservatives. They came out of the woodwork to help re-elect Gov. Scott Walker and the recall re-invigorated the Tea Party. But it also gave conservatives an important test run of their ground game."

Rove: Sifting the numbers

"It comes down to numbers. And in the final days of this presidential race, from polling data to early voting, they favor Mitt Romney...But doesn't it all come down to the all-important Buckeye State? Here, too, the early voting news isn't encouraging for the president."

4 reasons to believe Mitt will win the election next week

"So, the question becomes: Which polls do you believe? Although there's no way to be sure yet, I believe Gallup and Rasmussen. Not only do I think Mitt is going to win Ohio, I think he's going to win by a large enough margin that Ohio doesn't matter. Here's why I say that..."

'You have the blood of an American hero on your hands'

"What did President Barack Obama know and when did he know it? Why has the Obama administration kept changing its story about how Ambassador Chris Stevens, security officials Tyrone Woods of Imperial Beach and Glen Doherty of Encinitas, and information officer Sean Smith, who grew up in San Diego, died on Sept. 11 in Benghazi, Libya? Why won’t the mainstream media treat the incontrovertible evidence of the White House’s dishonesty and incompetence like the ugly scandal it obviously is? These are all questions that demand to be answered..."

If a tree falls on Romney, what sound would liberal pundits hear?

"How do you know if a pundit or columnist is a liberal?  If he or she claims Romney said he wanted to abolish FEMA."

Voting is a right, not a duty

"If you’ve heard it once, you’ve heard it a thousand times: It’s your civic duty to vote. Between now and Election Day — unless you’re planning an extended session in a sensory-deprivation tank — you’ll no doubt hear it again. And again.

"Don’t believe it. It’s not your duty to vote."

The despicable "God intends rape" comments

"The accusations that Indiana U.S. Senate candidate Richard Mourdock believes 'God intends pregnancies resulting from rape' reveal a despicable attitude toward justice and truth. But even worse, the commentary and debate taking place about rape pregnancies is profoundly hurtful to both women who became pregnant through rape and their children."

The Mourdock Moment

"A closer look at Mourdock’s comments reveals that the candidate was not in any true sense calling rape 'something that God intended to happen.' Everything Mourdock said in that answer flowed from his stated presupposition that life begins at conception, and that every human life is a gift from God. Nevertheless, the liberal media went into full apoplexy, painting Richard Mourdock as a woman-hating extremist with reprehensible views on an issue as serious as rape."

Suicide by choice? Not so fast

"Next week, voters in Massachusetts will decide whether to adopt an assisted-suicide law. As a good pro-choice liberal, I ought to support the effort. But as a lifelong disabled person, I cannot."


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