School anti-bullying campaign does not extend to citizens
“It’s those bad actions that make many people myself included not attend (local government meetings). I’ve witnessed these very same actions at Common Council meetings and Dane County Board meetings. Now that they have added physical intimidation it makes it even less likely that those who disagree with them will attend.
I find it interesting that with all the anti-bullying campaigns in the schools these days this group who are the text book definition of a bully are allowed to control these meetings.If these so called kids feel it’s OK to bully adults who disagree with them what do you suppose is happening in our schools to fellow students when they disagree?
What state are they living in?
When a group of eight Democrats gathered for a gubernatorial debate in Milwaukee last week, they attempted to posit a Wisconsin that needed saving from Republican Gov. Scott Walker. But after hearing their priorities, voters have to wonder: What state are they living in? — struggling young writer Christian Schneider in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
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Monthly Archives: December 2017
Last time on this station, we explored the fundamental decency of a great man, Ulysses S. Grant. Lincoln had just named him to square off against Robert E. Lee. Seeking a room at Washington’s Willard Hotel, Grant accepted without complaint … Continue reading
The Stately Manor Reading Circle is currently engrossed in Ron Chernow’s biography of U.S. Grant, soon to be a smash-hit Broadway play. Well, why not? Our admiration for this general and under-estimated president and truly decent human being has only … Continue reading
Since 2010, Illinois has lost a net 650,000 residents to other states The beauty of our federal system of government is that if its citizens are out-voted at the polling place they may vote with their feet. The early returns … Continue reading
[ UPDATE: Enzo, our Himalayan fur ball of a cat, made off with Lyndon Johnson. We think LBJ is under the sofa. ] Before the indentured servants unscrew the reusable Christmas tree and place it in its box, the Stately … Continue reading
President Trump signed the tax cut bill into law this morning from his desk in the Oval Office so that it kicks in next year. He was most gracious, even to the hastily assembled news media, in a very informal … Continue reading
Milwaukee’s Bruce Murphy has committed some solid journalism. He broke the Milwaukee County pension scandal that helped elect reformer Scott Walker as county exec and, ultimately, governor of Wisconsin. Good liberal that he is, Bruce has been doing penance ever … Continue reading