Category Archives: Free speech

If you disagree, it must be hate speech

It’s for your own good If Blaska can’t plagiarize his ownself, whom can he plagiarize? We must revisit some of the last blogge to post some trenchant commentary. (Things we did not have the wit to say at the time … Continue reading

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‘If I said you had a beautiful body would you hold it against me?’*

Progressives are eating their own! Has #MeToo become the new McCarthyism? * the Bellamy Brothers Good for the Church of Jesus Christ and Latter Day Saints. They’ll baptize you even if you’re dead, proving that it is never too late … Continue reading

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Local legislators are talking to each other?

At least the county board is no longer ‘divisive’ Say this for Brenda Konkel. She is something of a local government watchdog. She an open meetings maven, which is to her credit. She is blowing the whistle on, especially, the … Continue reading

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Blaska feels like disrupting a meeting

Who’s to stop him?  After a brief struggle, Bad Blaska has assumed control of the Policy Werkes from St. David the Meek and Humble.  Bad Blaska is itching to disrupt a meeting. Not just any meeting but a preening hootenanny … Continue reading

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Champion free speech? You Nazi!

Kristalnacht for radicals America was never great. The Founders were wealthy white men and as such, guilty as charged. Successful people got that way by robbing unsuccessful people.  Alger Hiss was framed. Every white man is a closet racist Socialism … Continue reading

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Deforest’s Norskies create hostile learning environment for Swedes

Madison Car Jackers, anyone? Just as rust never sleeps, our liberal-progressive-socialist acquaintances never stop signaling their virtue. How can they, when there is so much in the world for which to take offense? — if only one looks hard enough!  … Continue reading

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