Monthly Archives: December 2018

In Madison, even university professors fear speaking out! Part #2 of 3

Why must Ms. Carusi run for school board against a black man? Cue the Church Lady: Could it be RACISM!? Kaleem Caire                      Cris Carusi Candidates for Seat #3 on the … Continue reading

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Playing the race card to excuse the failure of others; Part #1 of 3

Excusing irresponsible behavior by blaming The Other is how Identity politics hurts the most vulnerable The Lord High Commissioner of Blaska Policy Werkes advised a candidate running against incumbent Alder Mo Cheeks two years ago. We started by bellowing into … Continue reading

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Basing school discipline on race only hurts minority kids

Madison teachers are NOT racists “A school unable to discipline students will be hard-pressed to teach them.” Excerpted from Jason L. Riley in the Wall Street Journal: [Washington] was demanding racial parity in school discipline, regardless of who was being … Continue reading

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Merry Christmas and peace to people of good will

From the indentured servants at the Stately Manor, the unlettered field hands at the Experimental Farm, and the white lab coats at the Policy Werkes (and Tanning Salon): Merry Christmas to friend and foe alike, even if the little lights … Continue reading

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A speech every Madison high school principal should give 

Attention students: You are not a victim Written by political commentator Dennis Prager: To the students and faculty of our high school: I am your new principal and honored to be so. There is no greater calling than to teach … Continue reading

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This is what I’m up against, folks

Social justice warrior issues warning to Blaska: “Someone … should ask him not to ‘put his life on the line’ by running for school board. [that] his life is not worth putting in jeopardy.”  Shadayra Kilfoy-Flores is a member of … Continue reading

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