Give it to Freedom Inc., they never quit (and are never quiet)

Deflated footballWe’re proud to be sore losers

The white lab coats here at the Policy Werkes, the indentured servants at the Manor, and the unlettered field hands toiling the frozen fields of the Experimental Farm (and Penal Colony) are normally more fractious than a university race- and gender-studies faculty meeting. But we agree on one thing. We are done with the state of Minnesota until we can determine what strange strain of Kryptonite their Gophers and Vikings possess. 

In the meantime, we would like to know with what the Packers thought they could replace Ha Ha Clinton-Dix? Vikings QB Kirk Cousins picked the Packers apart like “Duckie” the medical examiner at an NCIS autopsy. *

Freedom Inc. to descend on school board this evening

F-bomb white supremacy

Bianca Gomez, Freedom Inc.

Don’t know why, except (as the GEICO ads say) it’s what they do. The Freedom Inc. disrupters will descend en masse on the Madison Board of Education again this evening. Meeting starts at 5:45 p.m. 11-26-18 with speaker registration. Cops in schools not on the agenda.

Howsomever, we see a board of education workshop at 4:30 on EROs. But the school board DOES have yet to finalize a contract with Madison Police. As of this morning, 44 social justice warriors had signed up. Their call to arms:

The Board of Education plays such a critical role in how our Madison Metropolitan School District functions. Currently, our district is investing hundreds and thousands of money into the police instead of the wellbeing, creativity and leadership development of students. 

LIE: out of a $393 Million operating budget the four cops cost $363,000.

… Freedom Youth Squad and the Safe School Coalition is demanding the complete removal of police from schools …

After the rowdies shut down the October 29 meeting school board president Mary Burke told WISC-TV3,  “Last night, it felt like people came to purposely disrupt the meeting.” Ya think?

Be assured, Blaska will have his finger on the 911 emergency police send button. And this troublemaker will register to deliver the remarks that he was denied making when the mob shut down the October 29 meeting. Wish me luck. Better yet, I could use some company.

BTW: What IS on the agenda is a proposal to limit citizen remarks to 2 minutes if more than 20 register to speak. Seems reasonable.

Judges, partisan?


Donald Trump is absolutely correct (cough, cough) — and Chief Justice John Roberts is mistaken. The Ninth U.S. Appellate Court is fatally politicized. An activist bench litigating into law legislation that the legislature could not enact. The ACLU, Amnesty Int’l, Greenpeace, et al know they can go shopping for a circuit judge in Honolulu or San Francisco and blow up legitimate federal policy nationwide. There’s good reason 79% of the Ninth’s decisions are overturned.

New York Times token conservative columnist Russ Douthat calls out Chuck Schumer for his self-blinding hypocrisy. This is Schumer talking:  

“I don’t agree very often with Chief Justice Roberts, especially his partisan decisions which seem highly political on Citizens United, Janus, and Shelby. But I am thankful today that he — almost alone among Republicans — stood up to President Trump and for an independent judiciary.”

Douthat dives in:

Read these sentences over a few times, and relish their internal contradictions. John Roberts is to be commended for standing up for an “independent judiciary,” Schumer suggests, so long as he is attacking President Trump. But when he is issuing rulings with which Schumer disagrees, he is a “partisan” and “highly political” and a “Republican.”

Charlie Brown marginalized

Another minority, marginalized. Pass the popcorn.

Charlie Brown, extinguish those tiki torches!

Easily triggered snowflakes and perpetually offended social-justice warriors are moving on from the Baraboo sieg heil salute. They are now focused on that tiki torchbearer, Charlie Brown. 

The Hill reports that the holiday classic “A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving” stands accused of marginalizing Charlie Schulz’ lone black character, Franklin, who is relegated to segregated seating at the Thanksgiving picnic

Stick a fork in ’em

From The Bleacher Report:

The Packers tied for a season low in points with 17 and third-down conversions (two) and set season lows in total yards (254) and net passing yards (172). That’s what you would expect from the Bills. Not the Packers. … This franchise needs wholesale changes. It needs a new head coach, new players, a new everything.

NOTICE: The Policy Werkes luxury cruise to North Sentinel Island has been canceled. Reservations will receive full refunds (minus substantial handling fees, applicable local taxes, administrative overhead and sundry expenses, of course).

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20 Responses to Give it to Freedom Inc., they never quit (and are never quiet)

  1. Gary L. Kriewald says:

    “Currently, our district is investing hundreds and thousands of dollars into the police ….” This semi-literate remark turns out to be correct. If the District is spending $363,000 on cops, that is indeed hundreds and thousands of dollars. That it’s a miniscule PERCENTAGE of the overall budget is not a statistic Freedom Inc. would care to acknowledge. And what the hell is the Freedom Youth Squad? My guess is that they’re what the Hitler Youth were to the Nazi Party.

    Here’s a local story to set alongside Charlie Brown’s racist Thanksgiving celebration. In the current issue of Isthmus is an article about dog parks in Madison and why so few parks allow dogs even on a leash. While acknowledging that Madison is not very dog-friendly compared to most urban areas, Parks Superintendent Eric Knapp says that the reason for not allowing dogs in more of the city’s parks is that “some people don’t like dogs or are afraid of dogs. There are cultural and historical issues at play here, too, that we need to be sensitive to.” By which I assume he means that because Bull Connor set police dogs on civil rights demonstrators in Alabama in the 1960s, Madison, Wisconsin needs to limit the number of dog parks for fear of dredging up unpleasant memories in 2018. Or maybe he’s working on the stereotype that most black people are inherently afraid of dogs. Another example of the kind of tortured logic and hand-wringing hyper-sensitivity that sees racism (or its legacy) everywhere–and I do mean everywhere.

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  2. Batman says:

    As others have noted, “Leftism: ideas so good they have to be mandatory.”


  3. Cornelius Gotchberg says:

    “Under Capitalism man oppresses man. Under Socialism it’s the other way around.” Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez


  4. Batman says:

    “Currently, our district is investing hundreds and thousands of money into the police instead of the wellbeing, creativity and leadership development of students.”
    EROs help maintain a functional education atmosphere. Education undergirds intellectual development which is foundational to expansion of opportunity.

    Does the Freedom Inc. clique believe that employing the heckler’s veto and physical bullying is going to advance the “leadership development of students.”
    What is it about the free expression of ideas they are so afraid of.

    Has Freedom Inc. become an incubator for the next generation of Antifa goons.


    • Gary L. Kriewald says:

      Asking Freedom Inc. to provide a rational explanation of their beliefs is like asking Elizabeth Warren to define the word “Indian.” All you’ll get is a ton of incoherent, self-serving crapola.


  5. Batman says:

    Ms. Cortez “graduated cum laude from Boston University’s College of Arts and Sciences in 2011 with a bachelor’s degree in economics and international relations.”
    From Wikipedia.


    • Cornelius Gotchberg says:


      She also has equated the Honduran Border Invasion free $#!T-seekers to Jews fleeing Nazi Germany.

      This gal possesses WEAPONS-GRADE-THICKENED-INDUSTRIAL-STRENGTH-HARDENED imbecility, her only idea is more More MORE high quality/quantity free $#!T and no earthly idea how to pay for it.

      Small wonder she’s attracted the support she has; young Lefty morons (forgive the redundancy).

      The Gotch

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    • Gary L. Kriewald says:

      More proof of the devaluation of today’s college degrees. My guess is her professors took one look at her surname and gave her an A. At least she majored in a valid academic subject as opposed to bogus “disciplines” like Women’s Studies, Latinx Studies, Queer Studies, etc., etc. etc. (I’ve often wondered: How do you pronounce “Latinx”? To rhyme with Kleenex?)


  6. BOOM CHAKA LAKA!!!!! says:

    The Freedom Youth Squad are the kids being arrested over and over again for stealing cars, robbery, assault and battery, etc. Good Times. Maybe we could have give a little more for another program. It is a race to the bottom to for equal misery for all.


  7. richard lesiak says:

    The problem with the Packers is they don’t pay their players well. BAAHAAAHAAA; Just kidding. GO BEARS.


  8. madisonexpat says:

    I think every money given to Freedom Inc. needs be scrutinized as to who and why it is given. Whose money is it?


    • Gary L. Kriewald says:

      Surely you’re not suggesting fiscal oversight! For a group of “marginalized” minorities? Sounds like you’re advocating personal responsibility–something guaranteed to make Madison liberals foam at the mouth. That would be as outrageous as suggesting that able-bodied single people on welfare need to work a few hours a week (you know, like the rest of us) for their handouts.


  9. Cornelius Gotchberg says:

    Been looking high-n-low (here, Mr. Google,,, etc) for what happened at the School Board meeting last night…nothing.


    The Gotch


    • richard lesiak says:

      I watched the video in the next post. I’ve been to Polish funerals more rowdy than that meeting. No brawls to report put it on the back page I guess.


  10. dad29 says:

    Donald Trump is absolutely correct (cough, cough)

    *Cough, cough* Har, har, de har!!!


    • richard lesiak says:

      And those 15000 GM workers can all just move and get jobs at the 6 new steel mills that are being built. The 10% middle class tax cut will help cover their moving expenses. *cough; can’t stand anymore *cough* winning *cough*.


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