Needless to say, Washington, D.C. has been interesting since January began.
A new administration with controversy surrounding it, with the same party as the executive branch running both houses of Congress in a decade, is all leading to dramatic changes in policy and in tone across the country.
Wisconsin Senator Ron Johnson, the chairman of the Senate Homeland Security Committee, took Friday from his job in Congress for work in his home state.
"It was a really good listening session," said Senator Johnson during his live appearance on 620 WTMJ's "Wisconsin's Afternoon News" Friday.
"The owner of Blain's Farm and Fleet assembled local Janesville business people who asked very relevant questions of the Vice President. He listened, got their input on how important export markets are for farming, how crushing regulatory burden including Obamacare (the Affordable Care Act) is on job creation, and deficits as well, how we grow our economy."
Johnson also spoke on issues including Vice President Pence's use of a private e-mail address while governor of Indiana.