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State Treasurer Matt Adamczyk explains the process for eliminating his job. Adamczyk also explains what is BCPL (the Board of Commissioners of Public Lands) and why Secretary of State Doug La Follette (D) is not a fan of Adamczyk. Website link, view in iTunes.

Judge Michael Screnock, the conservative candidate for state Supreme Court, explains his view of the proper role of the courts. Website link, view in iTunes.

Edge Messaging’s Brian Fraley explains what happened in the special election in the 10th State Senate District. What went wrong for the GOP? Website link, View in iTunes.

Associated Builders and Contractors President John Mielke on apprenticeship ratios, Foxconn, Right to Work, and Foxconn. Website link, View in iTunes.

Wisconsin Attorney General Brad Schimel talks about the Government Accountability Board and the push back on the Department of Justice report from the Ethics Commission and the Election Commission. Website link, View in iTunes

Waukesha County Executive Paul Farrow joins RightWisconsin Editor James Wigderson to talk about keeping taxes down, future growth in the county, and the lost chili recipe. Website link, View in iTunes

Marquette University Professor John McAdams talks about the university’s attempt to get rid of him and the hope that the Wisconsin Supreme Court will put McAdams back in the classroom. Website link, View in iTunes

Waukesha Mayor Shawn Reilly. Editor James Wigderson and Reilly discuss the agreement with the City of Milwaukee to sell water to Waukesha and why Waukesha needs water from Lake Michigan. Website link, View in iTunes

State Rep. John Macco (R-88) joins us to discuss tax reform, changes at UW-Green Bay to meet the needs of 21st century employers, why he got into politics, and what the heck is Booyah soup. Website link, View in iTunes

State Rep. Dale Kooyenga, R-Brookfield, joins RightWisconsin Editor James Wigderson. Kooyenga talks about Wisconsin’s protectionist alcohol distribution laws and why they need to be fixed. He also talks about bringing millennials to conservatism with free market principles. And Kooyenga explains why, after doing so much to lower property taxes, we’re still a high tax state. Website link, View in iTunes

State Rep. Joel Kleefisch, R-Oconomowoc, joined us this week on RightWisconsin Conversations to talk about the likelihood of getting Heal Without Harm passed and what the state can do to combat human trafficking. We also talk about Kleefisch’s passion for hunting, how he got into politics, and going into enemy territory with a new radio program on liberal talk radio. Website link, View in iTunes

Michael Jahr, Vice President of special projects and outreach at the Badger Institute, on the organization’s name change and the new magazine, Diggings. 10/25/17
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Adam Neylon on the REINS Act, Foxconn, and Owning a Small Business
This week on RightWisconsin Conversations, we visited state Rep. Adam Neylon, R-Pewaukee, at his office in the Capitol to discuss the REINS Act, Foxconn, and how Neylon got started in politics. 10/18/2017
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Scott Allen on Being Positive and Government Transparency
Allen talked about his vote against the state budget, what’s happening with cell tower placement in your community, and those crazy Blue Books. 10/11/2017
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Senator Dave Craig and Zero-based Budgeting
This week we visited state Senator Dave Craig, R-Town of Vernon, to talk about his vote against the state budget, zero-based budgeting, and not giving up your rights if you keep the city assessor out of your home. 10/3/2017
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Interview with Bob & Brian. On the agenda: are conservatives funnier, political conversions, hanging up on the Reverend Jesse Jackson, and thanking God for George Petak. 8/21/2017
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