Monthly Archives: January 2019

Straight talk from a virtual unknown running for school board

Amos Roe damns the cruel ‘equity’ of low expectations in Madison’s worship of victimhood “I have been teaching children ages 7-18 for about 35 years. Based on this experience, I think that MMSD [the Madison Metro School District] has lost … Continue reading

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How … cold … is it?

You know it’s cold outside when you go outside and it is cold. No mail delivery. No school. No state government. Blame the Orange Man for the government shutdown? We swear in Tony Evers as governor and one month later … Continue reading

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But baby, it’s cold outside!

–27 degrees F predicted tonight There is something in Blaska that loves a good storm. (Your average armchair psychiatrist could have fun with that.) The Squire is a tad disappointed at the snowfall Monday. We recorded 5.5 inches here in … Continue reading

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Progressive Dane endorses urban chaos candidates

Hey kids! Lawyer up! The white lab coats at Blaska Policy Werkes thank the social justice warriors at Progressive Dane for making our job ever so much easier.  Progressive Dane announced that it is endorsing 12 candidates in the Spring … Continue reading

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A man named Clay and four teenaged apprentices

As young as 12 yrs of age! More from Progressive Dane’s blame-the-police ‘school-to-prison pipeline’ From the Madison Police crime log: MPD Violent Crimes Unit detectives are asking the District Attorney to charge a 28-year-old Madison man with five counts of … Continue reading

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Secret decoder ring comes with new Madison schools behavior plan

‘Pilot a 1.0 feeder-pattern’ Fer Shure! The Madison Board of Education recognizes that its Behavior Education Plan (BEP) has been a total failure —a recipe for chaos (just add kale and capers).  In response, the school board is squeezing the … Continue reading

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