You go, Ron Johnson!
Kimberley Strassel, one of the essentials:
Sen. Ron Johnson will soon release the findings of his investigation into the Biden family’s dealings with Ukraine. It’s a probe for which Democrats can thank Rep. Adam Schiff. Since 2016, the left and their press cheerleaders have insisted there is no greater risk to this nation than foreign interference in our elections. Duly, Mr. Johnson and Senate Finance Committee Chair Chuck Grassley looked into reports that Democrats worked in the last election with Ukrainians on opposition research against the Trump campaign. …
The nation is about to be vividly reminded of Burisma, the young Mr. Biden’s Ukrainian employer. And Messrs. Johnson and Grassley have every right to provide America the facts about Mr. Biden’s official acts in 2014-15, no matter that he is today the Democratic Party’s presidential nominee. Some might even call it a duty. Mr. Biden is defining this election as a referendum on Mr. Trump’s judgment — and fair enough. But Americans also need to evaluate Mr. Biden’s judgment — to know whether he was too conflicted or too blind to deal with a son cashing in on the Biden name.
Which is why Democrats are terrified.
Was only a matter of time. BLM plays the Race Card on former mayor Dave Cieslewicz for arguing that Madison police are NOT the problem. Read & Weep.
Daily Archives: July 23, 2018
‘Hypocritical grandstanding’ Legendary Madison architect Kenton Peters put it to the chairman of the Landmarks Commission hard and often. “Are you doing this,” Peters said of Stu Levitan’s about-face in favor of removing the memorial stone at Confederate Rest, “to … Continue reading
We’ll see you at 5 this afternoon (07-23-18) in Room 351 of the City County Bldg on Martin Luther Drive. That’s when the Landmark Commission meets. Your stones are too small, Stu Say it ain’t so, Stu Levitan So the … Continue reading
Let’s end this madness BEFORE the 6 p.m. Monday, July 30 meeting of the full Madison Board of Education. This citizen of Madison has asked each of the seven school board members these questions: Will you assure the parents and … Continue reading