Blaska does Vicki’s show Today at 4 p.m.
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
Trump is the big middle finger to the elite — in National Review.
“If Trump wins, it will be as a gigantic rude gesture to the cultural Left. Trump is the only way for his voters to say to the cultural Left, “No, sorry, you’ve gone too far. … He’s the vessel for registering opposition to everything from the 1619 Project to social media’s attempted suppression of the Hunter Biden story.”
Monthly Archives: September 2017
my golf game, not so much Great to be alive in Wisconsin this second week of September 2017. First the weather: September-October weather is Wisconsin’s best. Low humidity, high blue skies and near 80-degree temps this week. No hurricanes! Yowzah! … Continue reading
The Squire can countenance the name-calling that comes with being a Reagan-Tommy Thompson-Act 10-supporting conservative in The Emerald City. He will suffer the credulous whose answer to every ill is blame white privilege, take away the guns, and demand More … Continue reading
Wednesday, September 6. Your Humble Squire came, he listened, he spoke, he went home and deadbolt-locked the doors. It was the first of two budget listening sessions scheduled by Madison alders Matt Phair and Mo Cheeks, who operate as a … Continue reading
As The Donald might say The Squire lends the keys to the Stately Manor to my friend and former colleague, County Board Supervisor Mike Willett of Verona. Your Humble Bloggeur’s last great cause on the county board — back in … Continue reading
There are folks for whom government is the question, the answer, and the explanation. Our liberal-progressive-socialist acquaintances measure good intentions rather than results. They measure inputs — preferably in the billions of dollars, not millions — rather than outcomes. It … Continue reading