Liberty Alliance
of Wisconsin

Save the Date: April 27, 2024!

We the People-Sauk County and the Columbia County Committee of Safety, as founding members, are excited to announce that the Liberty Alliance of Wisconsin (LAW) will be having its spring meeting on Saturday, April 27, 2024. In keeping with the practice of rotating the meeting's location around the state this meeting will be in the SW portion of Wisconsin.

There will be a very robust agenda with great speakers and forums pertaining to our liberties and Constitution in what we all know is a crucial year for the survival of our Constitutional Republic. 

So save the date and stay tuned for more information on location and speakers. If you have any suggestions for speakers and/or topics get them to Steve Paske or Danny Beard.
The April 27 meeting of Liberty Alliance of Wisconsin will be held in the SW region of the state.

Secure Wisconsin Project

Due to the Biden-Harris administration’s deliberate policy of opening the nation’s southern border, illegal immigrants are flooding into the country. Millions of these law-breakers are now living in communities, often at taxpayer’s expense, without local officials (city council members, law enforcement officials, etc.) being informed of their presence. This is in violation of the law!
 
LAW has created a feature on its website to feature research and commentary on this important topic. A few resources are shared here.

Election Integrity in Wisconsin

The statewide voter registration list maintained by the Wisconsin Elections Commission (WEC) includes 7,498,167 voters. But according to the 2020 United States Census, there are only 4,612,300 adults living in Wisconsin. This means that there are 2,885,867 more voters on the WEC’s registration list, than there are people of voting age living in Wisconsin.

How did this happen? Read more here.

10 Ways You Can Help Ensure Voting Integrity
We the People- Sauk County hosted the Sheriff and Baraboo Police Chief for a question and answer session.

Q&A with Law Enforcement

On Thursday, September 5, We the People- Sauk County hosted Sauk County Sheriff Chip Meister and Baraboo Police Chief Rob SInden. They answered hard questions from citizens about local law enforcement challenges, school districts, federal and state government overreach and potential corruption, as well as COVID 19 and U.S. Constitution questions.
 
Regardless of the county you're in, you will find the answers they give helpful in many instances and curious in others. Click the image, or click here, to play the hour-long video.
 
We encourage you all to consider hosting a similar event!

We Recommend: Foundation for Applied Conservative Leadership

People are one of the key resources (along with lists and money) you need to gather as you are preparing to become a movement leader.

Without others to help, you will end up doing everything yourself, and that's not much of a movement. As the Foundation for Applied Conservative Leadership (FACL) says in its training: "Look behind you. If nobody is following, you're not leading."

To put it bluntly, part of your job as a leader is to identify, develop, and guide people who can make the liberty movement stronger.

FACL can help. For more information, visit its website or click the image at right.

Danny and I have been to multiple training sessions and are more than ready and able to answer any questions you may have.
--- Steve
Wisconsin State Rep. Janel Brandtjen issued a press release concerning her effort to impeach Meagan Wolfe.

No Surprise: Assembly Did Not  Vote on January 16 on
Meagan Wolfe Impeachment

A resolution to impeach WEC administrator Meagan Wolfe was to be presented on the floor of the Wisconsin General Assembly on Tuesday, January 16, 2024 at 1:00 p.m. Click here for background information provided by State Rep. Janel Brandtjen (who will be N.E.W. Patriots’ March speaker!).

As you'll see from Rep. Brandtjen's update at left, that didn't happen.

We urge you to contact your State Representative to demand a floor vote! Click here to identify and find contact information for your state representatives.

About

On September 12, 2022 and again on December 10, 2022, approximately a dozen leaders of patriot groups in Wisconsin gathered in Black River Falls (pictured at right) to discuss ways to work more closely together to increase their effectiveness, share ideas, and hold elected officials accountable. At the December meeting, the Liberty Alliance of Wisconsin (LAW) was formally established, officers elected, and the first dozen groups agreed to join.
 
LAW does not take positions on issues, endorse or provide financial support to candidates, or endorse the use of violence to achieve social or political ends. The opinions and statements expressed by member organizations do not necessarily reflect those of LAW or approval by LAW.
 
LAW is a new organization. For now, the website mainly provides a directory of member organizations, a calendar, and contact information. We expect LAW's membership to grow quickly in the coming months and for this website to provide more information about member groups and their efforts, calls for action, as well as research and commentary on the important issues facing voters in Wisconsin.

Vision

To become the hub of a statewide network of patriotic organizations based in Wisconsin and devoted to supporting and defending the Wisconsin and U.S. Constitutions, in order to restore freedom and the rule of law.

Mission

To identify patriotic groups in Wisconsin, invite them to join our network, and share ideas to increase the impact of network members, restore election integrity, and protect the sanctity of life.

More Resources for Patriots

Links to dozens of allies and scores of articles, videos, and reports organized by topic are available in the Research and Commentary section of this website. Here are links to some essential resources for Patriots:
 

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