Nick Polce, Congressional Candidate, WI Dist. 1 - Challenging Paul Ryan - Rescheduled
Tuesday Mar 6th, 2018 - Noon to 1:05 p.m.
Directions: (Google Maps) Exit Hwy 41 at College Ave, go west one block to Mall Drive, turn right, go one block, turn right on Fox River Dr.
On Tuesday, March 6th, the Forum welcomes congressional candidate Nick Polce, who has accepted the challenge to return citizen statesmanship to the people of Wisconsin’s District 1 by replacing Speaker of the House Rep. Paul Ryan in the 2018 midterm elections. Nick will clarify his assertion that Rep. Ryan has inadequately served both his constituents and our country, and reveal why he might be best positioned to replace the Speaker.
When asked why he is taking this daring leap, challenging Paul Ryan for his seat in the House of Representatives, Polce’s response is succinct: “It all boils down into one fundamental, underlying problem. Career politicians . .” who’s initial goals become blurred. An 11½ year U.S. Army Special Forces (Green Beret) veteran, Nick acquired the laser-like focus needed to assure mission completion. He strongly favors term limits, where successful public servants mentor their successors.
According to Polce, the second greatest internal threat to our republic (after career politicians) is the issue of government spending, which in turn drives our national debt. “We are approaching levels of debt that are almost to the point of no return.” Nick says his experience, first in the military, and later as a business owner (merging his company with a risk mitigation firm developing training courses for the Special Ops community) gives him insight into government spending. “We are always talking about theoretical spending cuts, instead of talking about how we can change human behavior and incentivize frugality, instead of spending.”
Nick has indicated that he will be available to answer questions and discuss policy issues after our presentation has concluded.
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Note: The FVCF is hosting this private function, all are welcome to this presentation. Recording (both audio or video) is prohibited, without prior approval. Civil discourse is welcome; disruption will not be tolerated. Our meetings begin at Noon, with a planned ending at 1PM. Admission is free. Meal purchases are encouraged. Early arrival will permit a more comfortable meal selection and serving process.
For the 2018, the Forum will meet every other week. Here are the currently committed to planned events:
- Feb 20th - Cancelled due to weather - Stay safe
- Mar 6th - Nick Polce - Congressional Candidate WI District 1
- Mar 20th - Joe Bast - Heartland Institute - Tool Box for Conservatives
- Apr 3rd - Andre Jacques - WI Senate Candidate