Tiny Florence County WI declares itself Second Amendment sanctuary
School-to-prison pipeline is back in session
from the Madison police blotter
Let’s teach restorative driver’s ed
11-17-19 — 6:38 p.m. Officers responded to Frisch Rd/Bettys Lane for a hit-and-run. Witnesses described observing a vehicle hit a tree and observed all occupants flee on foot. The vehicle was reported stolen. K9 track conducted. Suspects remain at-large.
11-18-19 – 12:09 a.m. Officers responded to a crash on Femrite Drive. Witness reported observing a vehicle lose control, leave the roadway, roll and that the occupants then fled from the vehicle. Investigation continuing.
11-18-19 — 1:55 a.m. Officers responded to Hy-Vee on S. Whitney Way after two juveniles entered the store and stole merchandise. A store employee/victim attempted to stop the juveniles, who pushed her down. The suspects fled in a vehicle.
Daily Archives: July 19, 2018
… for her own safety A Madison mother writes: This was the meeting that I attended to show my support for educational resource officers remaining in the Madison Wi public high schools. I filed this to show the treatment that … Continue reading
‘Their choreographed and orchestrated show of force is daunting and meant to intimidate.’ Our Ms. Vicki McKenna interviewed Madison Police Chief Mike Koval today (07-19-18) and it was a scorcher! As the straight-talking chief said at the end of the … Continue reading
Welcome aboard, Mayor Paul Soglin! Thank your for speaking out forcefully for the police. Thank you for using the bully pulpit to read out the social justice warriors and their nihilistic war on cops. Now that you are not seeking … Continue reading
Instead of the heckler’s veto, the anti-cop social justice warriors employed physical intimidation Wednesday at Madison Metro School District headquarters. “I hope you made it out safely,” one citizen e-mailed me after he fled McDaniel Auditorium as the chaos escalated … Continue reading