Remember when the Left opposed book bans?
The Left used to be against banishing books, banning books, burning books. Now, scarcely a week goes by without some breathtaking new advance in its campaign to bury this or that book in order that the public might never be infected with its ideas.
Just six years ago, when Barack Obama was publicly praising Dr. Seuss on March 2, Read Across America Day — a day specifically chosen by the National Education Association to honor Theodor Geisel’s birthday — you would have called me a paranoid wingnut if I had told you that books such as On Beyond Zebra! would soon be yanked from bookshelves across America at the behest of the Southern Poverty Law Center.
Yesterday, that’s exactly what happened. — National Review.
Of the top 12 best selling books on Amazon, 11 of them are Dr. Seuss books. We will be collecting Dr. Seuss books for charity at the Conservative Political Education Conference #CPEC on March 20. Sign up and More details on that conference here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/128284531487
Category Archives: Confederate Rest
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
Go Brewers! — Oh, is this Brewer bandwagon a fun ride! Guessing productivity suffered Monday in the upper Midwest but, here in Wisconsin, morale got a major boost. Beating the Cubs for the title? Priceless. Jesus Aguilar sent the right kind … Continue reading
Where else has a gravestone been uprooted? (outside Jewish cemeteries in Nazi Germany, of course) Forget it, virtue signalers, it’s Madison — where an issue never dies, it only festers. The fate of the grave stone listing the 140 dead … Continue reading
Catching up with history We think the Madison Council will move on Sorry to break this to you, but Blaska does not possess every super power. Yes, he has the amazing ability to look into the past. He possesses an … Continue reading
‘Hypocritical grandstanding’ Legendary Madison architect Kenton Peters put it to the chairman of the Landmarks Commission hard and often. “Are you doing this,” Peters said of Stu Levitan’s about-face in favor of removing the memorial stone at Confederate Rest, “to … Continue reading
We’ll see you at 5 this afternoon (07-23-18) in Room 351 of the City County Bldg on Martin Luther Drive. That’s when the Landmark Commission meets. Your stones are too small, Stu Say it ain’t so, Stu Levitan So the … Continue reading