Patrick "I possess skills"McIlheran will be deploying his knowledge of climate change (i.e. whatever he's read from PowerLine or the Heartland Institute that morning) October 10 at the "Future Wisconsin Conference" at the Days Inn at 11703 W. Bluemound Road. That's per a flyer someone thoughtfully handed me at the sparsely attended Milwaukee Tea Party on September 19.
Joining McIlheran on the panel, "Climate Change: Fact, Fiction, or Folly" (Hey Patrick, while I may not have your copy editing skills methinks you need a question mark there. Also, dispose of the superfluous final comma.) will be State Rep. Jim "Paul Joseph's Caddy" Ott and Dr. Yuri Maltsev. Maltseve of Carthage College is a man of many skills, as he also will be talking about missile defense.
Is Patrick getting paid for this gig? Or is this just an effort by the Journal Sentinel to whip up subscriptions among wingnuts?
Other highlights include a panel called "The War Against Christianity," moderated by Judge Randy Koschnick. Sue Armacoast of WRL tackles "Preserving Life in a Hostile World," Rep. Tom Petri and State Sen. Glenn "Mutter" Grothman bemoan how the shiftless will always be with us in "Back to the Past: Welfare Reform," and Mark Block will talk about the 2 million attendees of the September 19 Milwaukee Tea Party. You can optionally attend a viewing of the movie "Rendezvous with Destiny" by nutter David Bossie's Citizens United Productions, and caps off with a happy hour sponsored by the Conservative Young Professionals of Milwaukee.
Business casual -- no suits please! $60 a head. You can also sponsor students to attend. It is, after all, a waste to lose ones mind.