Author Archives: David Blaska

About David Blaska

Madison WI

A New York Times columnist smells a rat

One of the New York Times’ never-Trump, conservative columnists smells a rat. Ross Douthat recalls that LBJ spied on Barry Goldwater’s campaign in 1964, emboldened because “the entire political establishment treated Goldwater as a unique threat to the norms of … Continue reading

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Paul Krugman teaches economic illiteracy

How many times do the Trump haters get to be wrong and still get paid (or invited on CNN)? If Mark Zuckerberg is going to ban anyone he should delete the paid advertisement that comes across our Facebook feed here … Continue reading

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Dear Dr. Gee: can we teach responsibility instead of guilt?

Want to reduce racial disparities? Do your homework! If we do not get answers to our questions, Blaska Policy Werkes will issue subpoenas. Sure, they are crypto-subpoenas but they should produce about the same result as Jerry Nadler’s. We question … Continue reading

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Was it Hillary Clinton who colluded with the Russians?

How did this baseless witch hunt ever get started? Maybe Hillary can tell us There is a reason Rachel Maddow put Hillary Clinton front and center on her MSNBC program Wednesday night. That reason can be described by the acronym: … Continue reading

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Recent school rapes defeat Cops Out of Schools cause

‘We don’t feel safe!’ To whom did the victim report her gang rape? To the police officer assigned to East high school Real-world events keep contradicting the Cops Out of School narrative that police are the enemy instead of crime. … Continue reading

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The meeting will come to order

Legislative governance is not Kabuki theater Brother Mike Blaska was renowned for his expertise in parliamentary procedure chairing the Dane County Board of Supervisors. He later taught the subject to county boards across the state. “People appreciate a well run … Continue reading

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