“You Can't Recall Courage” with Governor Scott Walker

Celebrating freedom, SCOTUS ruling on redistricting, and notes on the Democrat's debate

An episode of “You Can't Recall Courage” with Governor Scott Walker

By Governor Scott Walker
Governor Scott Walker leads a conversation on politics and news of the day.

Scott Walker is an American politician who served as the 45th governor of Wisconsin from 2011 to 2019. A Republican, he was first elected governor in 2010, defeating an attempted recall in 2012 and being elected for a second term in 2014. He formerly served as Milwaukee County Executive and in the Wisconsin State Assembly.

Born in Colorado Springs, Colorado, Walker was raised in Iowa and in Delavan, Wisconsin, before attending Marquette University. While in school, he worked for IBM before leaving his senior year to
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Scott Walker shares an update about his discussion with VP Dick Cheney at Beloit College, plus concerns about the Syria-Turkey conflict, and the double standard of the NBA in China
Governor Scott Walker sat down for a discussion with former Vice President Dick Cheney hosted by Young America's Foundation at Beloit College. They discussed global and national issues that our government faces today before students and community members. On this week's podcast, Governor Walker shares a few notes about their conversation. Plus, the Governor discusses the double standard of professional athletes in politics, as the NBA is silenced by China.
18:59
October 11, 2019
The left becomes unhinged for impeachment, Al Gore is not meeting the high church of climate change activism, and the Green Real Deal
An update from Governor Scott Walker on the left's unhinged impeachment attempt and the media's double standard while Trump speaks at the United Nations. A breakdown of recent climate activism, highlighting the double standards of those that push for this detrimental impact on our economy (as China and other major violators are left out of many discussions). Plus, a few common-sense solutions that should be part of the Green Real Deal. All this and more on "You Can't Recall Courage" with Governor Scott Walker.
15:25
September 27, 2019
Update from the airport on YAF’s Rancho del Cielo
Governor Scott Walker gives an update from the airport (please excuse the background noise) about the amazing Rancho del Cielo and President Ronald Reagan’s legacy preserved by YAF.
04:46
September 20, 2019
United We Stand
Governor Scott Walker shares his experience from September 11, 2001, after discussing the news of the day.
15:24
September 13, 2019
Taking on the national debt and following the model of our states
Governor Scott Walker discusses the news and events of the day. In episode 10, Governor Walker focuses on taking on the national debt crises. 
17:44
September 6, 2019
Sore loser Hillary Clinton blames redistricting for loss, tries to prop up Obama/Holder power grab group
Governor Scott Walker dives into the ongoing redistricting battle where Democrats are fighting to favorably draw maps to help liberals win.
20:02
August 30, 2019
Israel bans travel from "squad" members, NH Gov Sununu protects the state constitution, and GOP can win with fairly drawn maps
Governor Scott Walker discusses top stories from the last week from around the country. Listen in for more on the Democratic "squad" members and their new ban on travel to Israel. Plus, more on New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu's actions to defend the state's constitution. Rounded out by a few quick hits: Leader Kevin McCarthy's recent tweet on the pro-life agenda, a new tax report out from the Institute for Reforming Government and how it relates to the need for a balanced budget amendment. All this and more on the eighth episode of "You Can't Recall Courage" with Governor Scott Walker.
29:22
August 23, 2019
Why bipartisanship is not always good, more on the US debt, balancing oversight of tech giants, and more...
Governor Scott Walker discusses a number of issues in recent news. Episode 7 includes a discussion on the recent bipartisan budget deal, the growing US debt, the work we need to take on to pass the balanced budget amendment, the bias coming out of tech giants, and more...
18:39
August 9, 2019
The words "America" and "American" are not offensive and American pride
Governor Scott Walker discusses the new rules at Colorado State University and the fight for freedom among the next generation of conservative leaders.
12:52
July 26, 2019
Fighting for freedom and educating the next generation
Scott Walker, the 45th Governor of Wisconsin, discusses the fight for freedom in the 21st century and the steps we need to take to educate the next generation of Conservative leaders
21:13
July 19, 2019
Liberal indoctrination on college campuses, USA pride declining among young Americans, and American exceptionalism
Governor Scott Walker discusses the breakdown of pride in being American and the liberal indoctrination of our college campuses.
27:26
July 12, 2019
Celebrating freedom, SCOTUS ruling on redistricting, and notes on the Democrat's debate
Governor Scott Walker talks about this Independence day, discusses the recent SCOTUS rulings, and shares a few notes from the recent Democrat's debate.
28:35
July 5, 2019
Standing for life, Talking the recent Iran controversy, & the news of the day
Governor Scott Walker explains the name for this podcast -  "You Can't Recall Courage" - and the record of reform that let to the name. Then, Governor Walker discusses comments Democrats have made on pro-life legislation in Virginia. Lastly, Governor Walker discusses the diplomatic relationships between Iran and the United States, Joe Biden and Barack Obama's policies of the past in regards to Iran. Show Note: You can now become a show supporter for "You Can't Recall Courage" --  Support this podcast with a small monthly donation to help sustain future episodes by contributing here:  https://anchor.fm/scottwalker/support 
29:06
June 28, 2019
AOC wants a raise, while the US debt skyrockets & WI Dems push for higher taxes while they can't pay their own
Governor Scott Walker discusses politics and the news of the day on the You Can't Recall Courage podcast. This episode includes topics like: AOC wants a pay increase while the US debt continues to skyrocket  WI Democrats are pushing for higher taxes while unable to pay their own taxes Learn more at ScottWalker.com Bio for Governor Scott Walker Scott Walker is an American politician who served as the 45th governor of Wisconsin from 2011 to 2019. A Republican, he was first elected governor in 2010, defeating an attempted recall in 2012 and being elected for a second term in 2014. He formerly served as Milwaukee County Executive and in the Wisconsin State Assembly. Born in Colorado Springs, Colorado, Walker was raised in Iowa and in Delavan, Wisconsin, before attending Marquette University. While in school, he worked for IBM before leaving his senior year to take an opportunity to work full-time in finance and development for the American Red Cross. In 1993, Scott was elected to the Wisconsin State Assembly. Then, in 2002, he became the first Republican elected Milwaukee County Executive. Voters in the overwhelmingly Democrat county re-elected Scott by increased margins in 2004 and 2008 because he kept his promises to continuously reform county government and put taxpayers first. On January 3, 2011, Scott Walker was inaugurated as the 45th Governor of Wisconsin. One of his first reforms, Act 10, helped eliminate the state’s $3.6 billion budget deficit without raising taxes or cutting health care for those in need. It gave schools and local governments the tools to balance budgets without the massive layoffs seen in other states. On June 5, 2012, Scott Walker became the first Governor in American history to survive a recall election. He received both more votes and a higher percentage of the vote than in his 2010 election, proving again that Wisconsinites want leaders in office who keep their promises. On November 4, 2014, Scott was re-elected to a second term.
18:24
June 20, 2019
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