Catch Blaska on Vicki McKenna’s most wonderful program
Do put the Farm Art D’Tour on your schedule this upcoming week — September 26 to October 4. It’s part of Fermentation Fest in beautiful Sauk County.
A 50-mile self-guided tour through the countryside takes you to imaginative works of temporary art. A real delight!
“Since 2011 people from near and far have traveled this biennial D’Tour through winding rural roads of Sauk County, Wisconsin where you never know what might be around the next bend.”
Ann of Althouse’ top 4 reasons to vote Trump
1. He defeated ISIS! And he hasn’t gotten us into any new military adventures.
2. The Trump haters have gone so big for so long that it feels like extortion. I instinctively resist bullying.
3. The Democrats have given us a ridiculous candidate, a sort of mystery box. I don’t know what this entity is. Some composite of Democrats who will act through him?
4. The Democrats pressure us to follow orders from experts, not to understand the evidence and analysis. When it comes to questions involving race and gender — which seem to be all questions nowadays — they impose an ideological template about how human mind works without regard for any scientific method of analysis. I’m afraid of this irrationality presented as lofty learning, especially as it comes with a demand that we shut up and take orders.
Was only a matter of time. BLM plays the Race Card on former mayor Dave Cieslewicz for arguing that Madison police are NOT the problem. Read & Weep.
Monthly Archives: August 2017
Did we say the liberal hand-wringing over the historic Confederates Rest at Madison’s Forest Hill Cemetery was civil rights on the cheap and easy? Legal Insurrection’s cartoon can speak for itself, as the best political cartoons do. How about the … Continue reading
We turn Stately Blaska Manor over to Eric J. Sprengle, Lieutenant Colonel (retired), United States Army. Col. Sprengle, now of Stafford County, Virginia, grew up in the Madison area. His great, great grandfather fought for the Union with the 3rd … Continue reading
“Where do we get the vaccine?” — Vicki McKenna Well, lookie here. Look, look, look who is getting tuff on crime. It’s the Dick and Jane of the Madison Common Council attempting to play Batman and Robin. Alders Matt Phair … Continue reading
My September 2017 issue of Smithsonian magazine arrived this weekend. The issue’s theme is “The intrigue, bravery, and heartbreak hidden in our past.” The two-page spread on pages 26 and 27 caught my eye. The headline: The war comes home … Continue reading
This is State Journal columnist Chris Rickert’s coming out party. After straddling the fence like the 19th Century mugwump (Their mugs are on one side of the fence, their wumps on the other) columnist Chris has joined the dark side … Continue reading
We’re going to need a lot more plaques! Only a committed progressive like Madison Mayor Paul Soglin could detect the faint, deep-space, racist dog whistle of white supremacism lurking all these years right there on city property. How the offending … Continue reading