Monthly Archives: July 2018

Sun Prairie volunteers are what make a community

“The health of a democratic society may be measured by the quality of functions performed by private citizens.” ― Alexis de Tocqueville, Democracy in America. From what I remember of my grandfather J.M., he was pretty irascible, strange as that may … Continue reading

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“Social justice” is socialized law enforcement

They call me MISTER Blaska! The noisy No Cops contingent showed up at school board Monday night even though the issue was not on the agenda. Not that that was going to stop them. The small surprise is that Madison’s … Continue reading

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Nothing on Cops in Schools tonight

Appears cops in schools (educational resource officers) is NOT on TODAY’S agenda. Damn ad hoc committee STILL made no recommendation. Expect last minute notice of their meeting for Wednesday this week. Communication made to Madison Board of Education on July … Continue reading

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France returns its World War 1 Harley Davidson to Wisconsin 100 years later

“If you were in France this morning it would be exactly the same: people like you, people like us sharing the passion of Harley Davidson,” — Christophe de Goulaine. Motorcycle riders say it’s not the destination, it’s the journey. Riders … Continue reading

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The Left’s con game of ‘Unmet Needs’

Were Milwaukee cop killer’s needs “unmet”? How did police become the bad guys?  Because after 50 years of Great Society giveaways and 45 years of uninterrupted liberal rule in Madison; after affirmative action, court-ordered busing, Section 8 subsidized housing, food … Continue reading

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Linda Ketcham, woman of faith, spewer of bile

Let us pray for Madison Urban Ministry Whether it is a state or local budget that strips vital services from our most vulnerable neighbors while offering tax breaks to the wealthy or corporations, balancing a budget on the backs of … Continue reading

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