Category Archives: Crime

Should the rule of law by subjected to the passions of the mob? 

We stand by our verdict of a month ago. Shouldn’t there, at least, be a tee shirt? Thursday’s more complete exposition of the City of Madison’s $400,000 police proctology reveals a big nothing burger. (The full report here.) The high-priced … Continue reading

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Campus brawls, hip hop, and Derail the Jail are birds of a socialist feather

Now observing 46 straight days without a credible allegation Why are we not surprised?  The answer is, because we can connect the dots: from the hate and violence of hip hop and gangsta rap …. to the cop bashing of … Continue reading

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The mob derails democracy with chaos at the County Board

UPDATE: County Board to meet tonight (11-21-17) to reconsider fees, including the $28 wheel tax, and the tax levy but NOT the county jail. More here. Monday’s regularly scheduled meeting was continually disrupted by the 75 to 80 people in … Continue reading

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Madison’s $400,000 police study proposes violating state law

Augmented Reality for the Progressively afflicted Shouldn’t there, at least, be a tee shirt? I paid $400,000 for a study of the Madison Police Department and all I got was this lousy tee shirt and a paperweight of a report. … Continue reading

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Has Madison stopped the cop bashing?

Did the worm just turn? Is November 14, 2017 the watershed? After 2½ years, is this the day Madison city government switched from race-baiting and cop-bashing to judging the person by his actions rather than by the color of their … Continue reading

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Is the bottleneck in the D.A.’s office?

UPDATE: D.A. Ozanne responds to County Exec Parisi. But does not deny that the district attorneys lobbied for more pay, not more prosecutors. Here is Ozanne’s response. Is the weak link in the law enforcement chain Dane County’s district attorney? … Continue reading

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