The Hunter Biden report
“During the Covington Catholic controversy, remember, when the media that puts on kid gloves around Hunter Biden decided a random teenager with a smile they didn’t like was the face of white supremacy?” — Ross Douthat in New York Times 10-25-20.
NFL dupes doped again?
Anxious to see what Troy and Joe have to say about Air Force flyovers THIS Sunday!
What we’re reading
“Night after night, Lou Dobbs, Sean Hannity, and the rest hammered McConnell as a Deep State stooge, an establishment fossil, an indefensible obstructionist of the glorious MAGA agenda. …
“Ask anyone in Washington who knows anything about how Washington actually works, they will tell you that while Trump’s election was necessary, it was not sufficient. The indispensable man in this regard, and perhaps of the Trump presidency, was Mitch McConnell.”
Monthly Archives: July 2017
Police Chief Mike Koval is the brightest political figure in Madison who doesn’t work at the state capitol. Putting out the day’s police log via his on-line blog is genius in a bottle. He had been sending the recap to … Continue reading
O.K., I’m as pissed off with Senator John McCain as anyone for his vote to sabotage the so-called skinny ObamaCare repeal. That doesn’t mean we go all Kremlin and rewrite history. (During Stalin’s periodic purges of former Soviet heroes, Russians … Continue reading
Now it begins. The great unravelling. Will there be an intervention in the White House, perhaps led by Chuck Grassley and Lindsay Graham? A palace coup led by Mike Pence? A mass cabinet resignation? Either you go or the rest … Continue reading
And Paul Ryan. And a Republican legislature? Not to diminish the role Governor Scott Walker and his cabinet played in landing Foxconn — in Speaker Paul Ryan’s congressional district, no less. That’s hard work on the ground and in the … Continue reading
The Wisconsin State Journal deserves credit for fighting for an ordinance banning panhandlers from Madison’s busiest streets. But the measure faced resistance from the touchie-feelies inhabiting the Common Council, Indeed, had two alders switched votes, the measure would have failed … Continue reading