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Friday, October 30, 2015


MILWAUKEE | October 30, 2015 |  Milwaukee Professionals Association LLC continues to provide leadership in Public Policy for the Families of city of Milwaukee and county of Milwaukee.

Event I
Executive Director - Milwaukee County Election Commission

  • Speaker:  Julietta Henry - Milwaukee County Election Commission
      • 814 W. Wisconsin Avenue, 3:00pm - LARGE MTG. ROOM, 1st Floor
Event II
THEME:  50th Anniversary Voting Rights Act & Voting 2016 
  • Speaker:  Representative Jonathan Brostoff - District 19
    • Pray/Prayer Breakfast Inaugural
      • 812 N. Jackson, 8:00am - ATRIUM
      • Catered Breakfast - $25.00

Event III
THEME:  50th Anniversary Voting Rights Act & Voting 2016 
  • Speakers:  District Strategists & Candidates for 2016 Focus Group
  • Speaker:   LaFrisko  Lewis - China Trip
      • Monthly Meeting - Follow the Money
      • 2727 W. Center Street - Center Street Library
      • 11:00am - 2:00pm

ACCURSED - When we sit silently and allow DISCRIMINATION and EXPLOITATION to take place . . .

AMERICA |October 30, 2015 | 
When we sit silently and allow "Accursed" behavior, DISRESPECT, DISCRIMINATION, PREDATORY PRACTICES and EXPLOITATION of African American and other People of Color to take place, know that you have bought a CANCER that no form of Chemotherapy or any other form of remission and/or removal will take place.  It is a time-bomb waiting to explode - and explode it will - and you are NOT EXEMPT.

Karma tends to be an absolute accelerant that acts like the red-dye that explodes on money that is stolen from a bank.  Accursed behavior steals from all of us and perpetuates itself.  You only need to look at the way daily occurrences happen in the public domain.

Disgrace with Background 
At the Election of President Barack Hussein Obama, 44th President of the USA, African American - 1st African American President - Caucasians in mass showed their displeasure with acts of disrespect - name-calling, photos of insults and constant comparisons that were out-of-order.  The code of conduct left no holds barred.  

Older Caucasians, baby boomers, performed in townhall meetings that were so disgraceful and have contributed to the stench of RACIAL HATE that looms large in the public square.  They insulted President Obama's birth, birthright and his parents - an African man from Africa and a Caucasian woman from America.   

The race-baiting and disrespect was loud and clear by those in elected, appointed and hired positions.  Their rhetoric of "hate" grew and grew - often led by older Caucasian Americans that are/were suppose to be wiser adults.  They were the leaders of racial slurs.

The awful behavior mounted campaigns of OBSTRUCTION - disruption of government responsibility.  Many candidates ran on for election of a majority in both houses to stagnate and prevent the advancement of the country under the leadership of President Obama.

Their ruckus behavior allowed the "shut-down" of government  and the downgrade of the top-tiered AAA Standard & Poors credit rating.  They formed the Tea Party and Birthers groups that were clearly a mob acting group with behavior easily compared to the Ku Klux Klan (a known secret Caucasian racist group with terrorist behavior against African Americans).

Unwise Leaders - Guarantors of Karma
Those in elected office stoked the wrongful behavior and were/are complicit.  In fact, it is said that Eric Cantor, ex-Majority leader in the House of Representative [un-elected from district] and others are examples of "reaping what one sow".  

We recently, NOW, see them falling on their swords - John Boehner, Speaker of the House, [forced from Speakership]  Kevin McCarthy, [outed for missteps and personal behavior] - lost access to Speakership of U.S. House of Representative.

Speaker of the House - U.S. Congress
Paul Ryan, Chair - Ways and Means Committee, was coronated into the position of Speaker of the House on Thursday, October 29, 2015.  We will no doubt continue to see the venom continue to raise its head to turmoil mounted by the obstruction that was put in place by rhetoric, dialogue and rules by Ryan and posse.
The Young Guns
Ryan is from Janesville, Wisconsin and is the 3rd member of the Young Guns.  The Young Guns (Eric Cantor, Kevin McCarty and Paul Ryan) were the orchestrators of the "bring him down" movement launched as early as President Obama's Inaugural night.

"Ryan who is touted to be this-and-that in Washington; however, he is seen by me, Mary Glass, as a mean-spirited legislator that has sought to be an obstructionist behind the scene and chose to forget how his mother had to provide an income and care for him and his siblings - government subsidy support." "He was part of the Congressional leadership that has intentionally caused quagmires the last 6 years; watch how it will come back and haunt him,". "Ryan reminds me of ex-Vice President Dan Quayle," said Mary Glass, Chief Visionary Officer, MPA LLC.

They used the loud clamor of the Birthers and Tea Party folk - those they did not count as important and definitely not of their equal in judgment  but could keep the NOISE loud and keep the public opinion of hate, racial discrimination, fear-mongering loud and disruptive.

The downfall of Cantor, Boehner, McCarthy and ruckus of drafting Paul Ryan under the ruse of he's the "only-one-for-the-position" because he is sooooo qualified.  Their top choice will backfire because the people are Hog Wild and they feel betrayed by the likes of Ryan, Boehner and the others in "bait-n-switch".  

In walk, Donald Trump and Ben Carson, Ted Cruz and other candidates for the GOP - Grand Old Party.

Well, stay tuned.  Ryan has been privileged and vastly over-rated - starting in the last campaign as Vice President to Candidate for President Mitt Romney.  

Power Players Mitch McConnell, John Boehner and Eric Cantor
By the way, watch for the "hatred mold creep" that is upon Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell going forward.  He, too, was/is just awful. 
Below are MPA Public Policy Review blogs about U. S. Congressman-Wisconsin, Young Guns Member, Budget Committee Chair, Ways & Means Chair and Speaker of the House Paul Ryan.

Saturday, August 11, 2012

Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Tuesday, October 27, 2015

MPA Candidates Caucus Network District Strategists

MILWAUKEE & MILWAUKEE COUNTY | October 27, 2015 | MPA Candidates Caucus Network calls upon members of the city of Milwaukee and Milwaukee County (19 Municipalities) to join MPA Candidates Caucus Network in making 2016 a year of massive voting for to put in office candidates with RESPECT for the stakeholders, their assets; and, the candidate's Oath of Office.

District Strategists
Individuals that are 18 years and older that live in a particular district of the city of Milwaukee and the county of Milwaukee.  The word "district" for this group starts with city-wide distinction.  

Individuals that support the human-civil-legal right of voting but realize it has NO meaning if the option is not exercised.

Individuals that if he/she can vote, Voters.*
Individuals having served their time incarcerated (in/off paper).
Individuals that see Misuse of Power and DISRESPECT of the CORE CONSTITUENTS by those who seek and obtain an office as a violation of TRUST.  They also rally to and for "transparency" and "accountability" by means necessary.

District Strategists are to caucus, get the word out, register voters, work at polls, host events for recruiting voters, outreach to schools-churches-public sites and in the home to PUMP UP the Votes for worthy candidates.

District Strategists endorse candidates.

District Strategists work with Milwaukee Public Schools and other public and private schools to share the 50th Anniversary Voting Rights Act - 1965-2015 and PUMP UP the Vote for 2016. 

District Strategists engage in ongoing training and survey-fact check-polls evaluation for Informed Decision-Making.

District Strategists are of all persuasions, non-partisan. 

District Strategists support meet and greets, town hall meetings, debates and Focus Groups for Information sharing and Informed Decision-Making.

District Strategists sign-on in a volunteer position of leadership, citizenship and fellowship for stewardship within the public domain. 

Each member is selected through the office of the Chief Visionary Officer, Mary Glass, Milwaukee Professionals Association LLC.

Are you interested in being a District Strategist?

CLICK to Register

*    High numbers of age-eligible voters are prevented from voting due to laws presently on the books that need to be changed; i.e, felony convictions.

Updated:  November 3, 2015

Sunday, October 25, 2015

Week in Review - October 18-24, 2015

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Reynaldo Hernandez - Muralist
Location:  7th & North Avenue, Milwaukee
Wall:         Originally, Inner City Arts Council 
                              [west wall - 7th Street]

Artist:       Reynaldo Hernandez, Muralist

Created: in 1984  (31 years)

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Reynaldo Hernandez - Muralist

Bringing new life to a neighborhood art landmark


Young Urban Jazz Cafe, Cypress and Fond du Lac Avenue received damages due to a fire on Wednesday, damages estimated at $20,000 and limited mainly to the front part.


Thursday, October 22, 2015

CNBC Morning Squawk Box - October 22, 2015


U.S. stock futures were higher this morning, with Wall Street trying to avoid its first three-session losing streak of October. Investors get plenty to consider today, including earnings, U.S. economic reports, and a policy statement from the European Central Bank. (CNBC) 
Dow components 3M (MMM), McDonald's (MCD), and Caterpillar(CAT) lead this morning's earnings list, with Google parent Alphabet(GOOGL), Amazon, (AMZN), and Dow stock Microsoft (MSFT) out after the bell. (CNBC) 
AT&T (T), also out with earnings this afternoon, warned about revenue, saying analyst projections were inflated because of discrepancies involving the accounting for AT&T's recent acquisition of DirecTV. (CNBC) 
American Express (AXP), a Dow stock, late Wednesday missed on earnings and revenue. Cautious spending by customers was a key factor, as average transaction levels fell by 3 percent. (CNBC) 
Now separate from PayPal, eBay (EBAY) late Wednesday beat on earnings and matched forecasts on revenue. The e-commerce giantboosted its profit forecast and gave an upbeat holiday season outlook. (Reuters) 

Already Valeant's (VRX) third-largest shareholder, hedge fund managerBill Ackman bought an additional 2 million shares of the company, as its stock plunged following the release of an explosive short-seller note. (CNBC)

Yahoo (YHOO) is cutting advertising rates for the first-ever web-streamed NFL game this coming Sunday. The cost is now said to be less than $100,000, down from the initial $200,000. (Reuters)

Nearly three weeks after soundly rejecting a tentative agreement, voting atFiat Chrysler (FCAU) plants is showing support for a new contract to enable entry-level wage parity. Final results are due later today. (NY Times)

Apple (AAPL) is planning to build 200 megawatts worth of solar projects in China, while pushing its suppliers to go green amid ongoing criticism that its local partners cause heavy pollution. (CNBC)

Hess CEO John Hess told CNBC the seeds have been planted for aslow oil recovery. Meanwhile, U.S. oil prices were higher this morning, after dropping about 2.4 percent Wednesday on higher inventories.

A supermajority of firebrand conservatives in the House are supportingthe reluctant Rep. Paul Ryan to be the next speaker, saying they've provided him enough votes to win the race. (Reuters)

Democratic presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton is set to testify before the House Select Committee on Benghazi today to defend her actions dealing with the 2012 attacks while she was secretary of state. (USA Today)

The chairman of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission has signaled the first serious effort to curb high-speed trading, which increasingly influences benchmark assets. (FT)

Daily fantasy-sports site DraftKings has received a subpoena from U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara's office, requesting information about an employee's activities and potential abuse of inside data. (WSJ)


The European Central Bank's latest meeting culminates with its statement at 7:45 a.m. ET, and a news conference with ECB President Mario Draghi at 8:30 a.m. ET. No change in interest rates is expected, though investors will key on any clues to future monetary easing. 

In the U.S., the Labor Department issues its weekly report on first-time unemployment benefits at 8:30 a.m. ET. Forecasts call for 265,000 new jobless claims for the week ending Oct. 17, which would be 10,000 more than the prior week. 

The National Association of Realtors is out with its September existing home sales report at 10 a.m. ET, with expectations for a 1.7 percent increase following a 4.8 percent decline in August. 

The Conference Board, also at 10 a.m. ET, releases its September index of leading economic indicators. The LEI is seen unchanged after a 0.1 percent increase in August. 

Other earnings out this morning include Dow Chemical (DOW), Dunkin' Brands (DNKN), Eli Lilly (LLY), Sirius XM (SIRI), Southwest Airlines(LUV), United Continental (UAL), and Under Armour (UA).

Billionaire David Einhorn, whose Greenlight Capital hedge fund is nursing a 17 percent loss this year, told investors about new bets on fashion house Michael Kors (KORS) and electric services firm UIL (UIL).


Texas Instruments (TXN) earned 76 cents per share, 9 cents above estimates, with revenue also beating forecasts. The chipmaker was helped by better sales for its analog and embedded chip offerings.

Citrix Systems (CTXS) saw quarterly profit come in 20 cents above estimates at an adjusted $1.04 per share, and the software maker also scored a significant beat on the revenue side.

Las Vegas Sands (LVS) beat estimates by 2 cents with quarterly profit of 66 cents per share, but the casino operator's revenue was below forecasts on weakness in its Macau operations.

CIT Group (CIT) said CEO John Thain will retire in March, to be replaced by long-time banking executive Ellen Alemany. Thain took over at CIT in 2010 following the commercial lender's bankruptcy.

Visa (V) raised its dividend by 17 percent, increasing it to 14 cents per share from 12 cents. The credit card giant had boosted the pay-out by 20 percent last year, and by 21 percent the year before.

Comcast (CMCSA) plans to resell Verizon's wireless service, according to Re/code, in what is seen as a move for the NBCUniversal and CNBC parent to offer its own wireless service.


The Mets advanced to their first World Series since 2000, seeking their first Fall Classic title since 1986. New York swamped the Cubs 8-3 in Chicago last night in Game 4 of the NLCS. (NBC Sports)

The Toronto Blue Jays, before a home crowd last night, beat the Royals 7-1forcing a Game 6 back in Kansas City tomorrow night in the ALCS. (AP)


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Wednesday, October 21, 2015

John Doe and GAB vote today

Rep. Jonathan Brostoff - District 19
October 21, 2015
MADISON, WI - Today in Madison, those we send from across Wisconsin to represent the people at the state level will vote on issues that haunt us now with bad deeds.

We are pleased that Rep. Jonathan Brostoff - District 19, is on-the-job, per his recent update to his "district office".  He shared the fact that he is zooming in on the John Doe facts and the Campaign Financing facts of the GAB - Government Accountability Bureau.

To watch the proceedings, please follow the link provided below.http://www.wiseye.org/Programming/CoverageSchedule.aspx

 They have been in session since the early AM of October 20, 2015 and have taken previous votes on the John Doe item already.

"I feel that the voting is riddled with bias and mischief.  They will take place to further disenfranchise the voters through hijacking and it is a traditional way of special interest, monopoly-oligopoly misuse of power.  The GOP side of the State House is busy in mischief and stacking the deck."  "It is this type of behavior and misuse of power that taxpayers frown on and it has a high-cost before-during-after investigations to get at the truth."  "Instead of addressing the issues of Misconduct that is related to John Doe Investigation, Republicans are making sure they are not held accountable and are not to be transparent in their actions while in office."

Doesn't this sound familiar?
Doesn't it sound like self-protectionist efforts?
Do you smell the John Doe Investigation of Scott Walker here?
Is this not the type of behavior of elected officials that presently have the Donald Trump mania?  

Tune into Wisconsin Eye for today live streaming.

Monday, October 5, 2015

CNBC Squawk Box w/Belvedere & Schacknow - OCTOBER 5, 2015

Matthew Belvedere and Peter Schacknow
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CNBC | Morning Squawk


U.S. stock futures were higher this morning, after Friday's biggest intraday reversal on Wall Street in four years. Stocks in Europe and Japan were sharply higher in Monday trading. (CNBC) 
Investors are on the look-out in the week ahead for any signs of overseas weakness seeping into the U.S. economy, after surprisinglysoft job growth in September. (CNBC)
With central bankers considering a rate hike, former Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke said in an op-ed policymakers have done their job, but new efforts inside and outside government are need to sustain growth. (WSJ)
With his memoir, "The Courage to Act," out today, Bernanke joins CNBC's "Squawk Box" for one hour this morning, starting at 8 a.m. ET to talk about the economy and the current Fed's exit plan.

Nelson Peltz's Trian unveiled today a $2.5 billion stake in General Electric (GE). The investment, the largest in the hedge fund's history, is generally supportive of the current management's strategy. (CNBC)

American Apparel has filed for bankruptcy protection, crippled by huge debts, a precipitous fall in sales, employee strife, and a drawn-out legal battle with the retailer's ousted founder. (NY Times)

Potash (POT) has pulled its $8.9 billion bid for German rival K+S, due to resistance to the offer and the overall commodity and equity market decline since May, when the overture was first made. (Reuters)

Glencore shares were up 7 percent in London, after rocketing 72 percent higher in Hong Kong, on hopes the beleaguered trader and miner would be able to cut debt with agricultural assets sales. (Reuters)

Two top Volkswagen engineers, who found they could not deliver as promised a clean diesel engine for the U.S. market, are at the center of a company investigation into emissions cheating. (WSJ)

Soaked South Carolina residents were still knee-deep in deadly floodwaters this morning, after an historic drenching that was supercharged by the effects of offshore Hurricane Joaquin. (NBC News)

Democratic presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton is set to unveil asweeping gun control proposal today, including closing the "gun show loophole" and allowing victims of gun violence to sue firearm makers. (NBC News)

Donald Trump remains ahead in the early Republican nominating contests of Iowa and New Hampshire, but his lead has shrunk from a month ago, according to new NBC News/Wall Street Journal/Marist polls of these two states.

The average out-of-network ATM fee stands now at $4.52, up 4 percent from last year and 21 percent since 2010, according to a new report from Bankrate.com, a personal finance site that tracks banking costs.


This week's relatively light economic calendar kicks off this morning, with the ISM non-manufacturing index at 10 a.m. ET expected to show a 57.7 reading for September, compared to 59.0 in August. Investors will also be closely watching international trade data tomorrow, as well as weekly jobless claims and Fed minutes on Thursday.

PepsiCo (PEP) and Yum Brands (YUM) report earnings tomorrow, withAlcoa (AA) on Thursday. On today's docket, the Container Store (TCS) issues its quarterly numbers after the closing bell. 


Tesla (TSLA) reported deliveries of 11,580 vehicles during the third quarter, a 49 percent increase over last year, bringing sales to just over 33,000 for the first nine months of the year. The electric automaker could need a major push to reach its goal of 50,000-55,000 vehicle sales for 2015. 

Ford (F) and the United Auto Workers union reached an agreement to avoid a walkout at the Kansas City, Missouri factory that builds Ford's F-150 pickup trucks. Meanwhile, UAW members at Deere (DE) approved a new six-year labor agreement, covering workers in three states. 

Gene therapy from Spark Therapeutics (ONCE) for rare, inherited forms of blindness met the goals of a late-stage study, and the company plans to file for U.S. regulatory approval next year. 

St. Jude Medical (STJ) received an FDA warning letter regarding the manufacture of some devices at its Atlanta plant. St Jude said it plans to continue to make and ship product from the facility. 

For the first time in the 60 years since Disneyland opened, Walt Disney(DIS) is considering switching to demand-based pricing at its domestic theme parks. That's according to the Wall Street Journal.


The divisive response to Aaron Sorkin and Danny Boyle's new movie "Steve Jobs" from people who knew the Apple co-founder continues; a report in the Wall Street Journal claims Laurene Powell Jobs, Steve's widow, tried to block the biopic.

Alphabet (GOOGL) replaced Google late Friday, as the publicly traded holding company that houses Google's search and other Internet businesses separate from its moonshot ventures. (Reuters)


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