Put Blaska on the police oversight board!

No one is more Diverse!

Like his idol Richard Nixon, the head groundskeeper of Blaska Policy Werkes is tanned, rested and ready. (Our phlebitis is under control.) Yes, we are jumping back into the political arena! We’re already going negative! (It’s never too early!)

Blaska hereby announces his candidacy for the City of Madison Police Civilian Oversight Board! That’s the group charged with second-guessing and harassing Madison police. Hey, the gig pays $100 a month plus child care!

Think of the diversity that Cop Overseer Blaska would bring! The City advertises for “racial and ethnic diversity, including: Black, Asian, Latinx, Native American, and members of the LGBTQ community.” Bet they don’t have any cis-gendered, old farm boys of German-Bohemian extraction!

Applicants have a leg up if they are nominated by an organization designated by the City, one of which is Freedom Inc. — the “No Cops in Schools” agitators. Blaska hopes to be the nominee of the Republican Party of Dane County, although they are not one of the officially designated organizations. Again, Diversity!

Are you now or have you ever been a criminal?

The City wants someone who was at least arrested (extra points for convictions and currently serving felons). Hoping that multiple speeding tickets from our youth will suffice. (Always possible Blaska will commit a major felony in the future. The night is young.) The application form wants “experience and/or interest in police reform.” We responded: 

Blaming police for crime has to be the ultimate galactic joke! Police did not force Dr. Beth Potter and Mr. Carre to their knees and shoot each one behind the ear! Police are not jacking cars out of residential garages. Police are not shooting to death 11-yr-old Anisa Scott or using her as a human shield like her mother’s criminal boyfriend. Police did not whack Maurice Bowman on Schroeder Road or charge up the hill shooting at hundreds of people at Garner Park.

The notion of systemic racism only feeds the culture of victimhood, causing people like the inflammable Althea Smollet to fake a crime committed by “classic white Wisconsin frat boys” in order to earn her own bullhorn at the next “mostly peaceful” riot. 

We hope the Common Council takes that sermonette in the spirit in which it was intended.

Don’t bet against Sami Schalk!

Blaska’s candidacy is up against stuff competition from one Sami Schalk. She is a  University of Wisconsin-Madison assistant professor of Gender & Women’s Studies. Prof. Schalk describes herself as a “black queer feminist.” That’s three checkmarks right there. 

Sami claims to be one of the people who painted “Defund the Police” on the street in front of the City-County Bldg in June. She touts her fund-raising for such charities as Freedom Inc, Urban Triage, and Free The 350 Bail Fund, whom Madison can thank for releasing predators back into the community to victimize more Black people. Big supporter of Progressive Dane/Cops Out of Schools school board members Ananda Mirilli and Ali Muldrow.

Must read: “How the ‘End Bail’ movement led to Anisa Scott’s death.” 

In the best tradition of the Cancel Culture, the professor of Grievance Studies has a boycott going against the WI State Journal until they fire cartoonist Phil Hands. 

“Please read my Twitter thread laying out an analysis of racist, fatphobic & transphobic trends in his work then call on the State Journal to apologize, remove the cartoons & #FirePhilHands.”

null Marxist terrorist Angela Davis (winner of the Lenin Peace Prize) and UW-Madison Grievance Studies prof Sami Schalk.

Fat-phobic! Now that crosses the line! To counter Schalk’s bottomless well of grievances, we note that Blaska performed his own civil disobedience by planting yard signs supporting Madison Police on the Capitol Lawn, as pictured in our logo above. Without a permit! That should count for something. We could have been arrested!

Blaska needs company on the police harassment committee! Apply here (second last dot point on web page) for one of the four at-large seats on the City of Madison Police Civilian Oversight Board on or before Wednesday 09-16-2020. E-mail to council@cityofmadison.com with “Civilian Oversight Board Application” in the subject line, or print and send to: Attn: COB Application; Common Council Office; 210 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.; Madison, WI 53703.

Is you IN or is you Ain’t?


About David Blaska

Madison WI
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41 Responses to Put Blaska on the police oversight board!

  1. RAVENOAKS says:

    Maybe if Blaska gets on the Police Oversight Board he could bring up this situation as an example of what not to do as a police officer!


    • Paula says:

      Most people I’ve met who support law enforcement (including the cops themselves!) recognize that policing is imperfect. They are constantly trying to be and do better. How refreshing in a world full of self-righteousness.

      Using random examples (some of which are later proven to show the officer was in the right) to disparage all police officers is harmful not only to law enforcement, but to all of us, as well. When cops have to second guess themselves for fear of unfair reprisal, we are all less safe.


      • RAVENOAKS says:

        Random huh? Do you want me to list all the “random” examples of these kinds of situations in the past year!!!!


        • Paula says:

          Seems we are judging randomness by different sets of criteria.

          If you go simply by what the news media reports, I can understand how it “seems ” like officer-involved incidents occur with frequency. That’s their narrative.

          I’m basing my statement about randomness on data, not narrative. The fact is that with nearly one millions police officers in the United States, most of their interactions are non-confrontational or positive. In fact, only 001% (not even one percent!) of police interactions end poorly.

          That’s pretty random in my eyes.


        • pANTIFArts says:

          No, I don’t want the list. But, if you ever choose to supply such a list to this blog, please exclude any incidents from Democrat, Liberal, Progressive fiefdoms. For some reason many people from these cities, and their environs, carry an entitlement that causes them to be more confrontational and combative toward responding Law Enforcement. This renders them incapable of complying with Police commands, and all but ensures “bad outcomes”. Feel free though, to share your WHOLE list with your sycophants and fellow “woke travellers” !


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  3. Amy says:

    Dave, in what ways can we support you to get onto the committee?


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