Author Archives: David Blaska

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Madison WI

The ruling on the field is confirmed: Kavanaugh is safe at home

This blog comes to your door farm-to-table fresh. Please tip your carrier. Is l’affaire Kavanaugh where identity politics hits its apogee before crashing to earth? Democrats, is everyone a victim? Why does the Left misrepresent that the protestors represent ALL … Continue reading

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Senator Susan Collins delivers speech for the ages

One of the classic speeches from the floor of the U.S. Senate, the world’s greatest deliberative body, delivered by Sen. Susan Collins, R-Maine, Friday, October 5, 2018. A speech that should shame Tammy Baldwin, Diane Feinstein, Kamela Harris, Cory Booker, … Continue reading

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Anti-Kavanaugh mob intimidation tactics too familiar here in Madison WI

Win at any cost Destroy what you cannot defeat Will the mob and its cheerleaders in the news media prove victorious? That is what U.S. Senators will decide when they vote tomorrow, Saturday. Madison, WI has been wrestling with that … Continue reading

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‘My mom works at La Follette H.S. and I fear for her every day’ 

‘WHITE PARENTS ARE ORGANIZING!’ Today in Kids Do the Darnedest Things: Stolen Auto – 12:03 p.m. OnStar contacted dispatch to report that they were tracking a stolen auto around Turner Ave/Hob St.  The vehicle was slowed down by OnStar and it … Continue reading

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Kavanaugh attacks backfire on Democrats

UPDATE: FBI clears Kavanaugh as predicted. Expect Madison’s State Street to erupt this afternoon. Women in swing-states don’t believe his accusers For $100 Alex, what is a boomerang? It is an axiom here at the Blaska Policy Werkes (and tanning … Continue reading

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Madison council rewrites history

Descendants of Confederate Rest dead would have a strong legal claim to contest removal of grave marker they paid for and was accepted by the City of Madison Forest Hill Cemetery is a National Historical site. Landmark Commission chairman Stuart … Continue reading

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