Monthly Archives: January 2018

WI State Journal stands tall to defend its own free speech, falls short on everyone else’s

Much whining over a little name calling and some bias shaming After posting his Fake News Awards last week, President Trump is accelerating his war on the news media, the Blaska Policy Werkes has learned. Attorney General Jeff Sessions is … Continue reading

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Madison beats back the War on Cops

Official Notice: The Stately Manor will remain open during the federal government shutdown, albeit with candle light. Donations of size D batteries are appreciated, however, in order to keep Ol’ Sparky, our fully amortized mainframe computer, up and running. Also … Continue reading

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Democrats can’t win if they keep whining

Memo to Democratic boycotters: Rockford is beautiful this time of year Three words for the good-government goo goos who blame crooked maps for Democrats’ inability to win elections in Wisconsin:  Senate District #10. A Democrat took that northwestern legislative district … Continue reading

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Blaska spills his guts

Doing Ms. Vicki McKenna’s show at 4 p.m. Do tune in. “A lot of people don’t have their needs met.” Could serve as the motto of all cop haters, as spoken by  Garrett Lee at Tuesday’s Madison Common Council meeting. … Continue reading

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Paul Soglin steps to the plate and puts one in the stands

‘Madison police — that’s who we want responding’ All due credit to Mayor Paul Soglin. He spoke profoundly in support of Madison police before a driftwood city council and the need for 8 more patrol officers, in particular. It was … Continue reading

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Madison’s anti-cop cohort has been routed, 17-2

The indentured servants got an extra dollop of gruel in their pitiful bowls this morning. The Squire of the Stately Manor is feeling generous, flushed with success in helping persuade our recalcitrant Common Council to hire 8 more police officers. … Continue reading

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