May is Mental Health Month
Attention loyal platinum subscribers: Number #1 son Max is Go-Funding a project to raise money for the National Alliance on Mental Illness, Dane County. He will change his hair do based on how much gets donated.
The funds raised will go to NAMI’s End the Silence program to fight stigma in Dane County high schools. His top goal is $2,600 and if he reaches it he will change his hair to look like Keith Flint from Prodigy — minus the jewelry.
Please help with this noble cause and open your checkbooks.
Please help with this noble cause. Watch Max’s video for more info.
The Crazy Lady is Back!
Rickert writes about "cop haters" and Madame Brenda raises her hand.
Getting in on the Identity Politics gig
"True Climate Justice Puts Communities of Color First. Black and brown communities have long borne the brunt of our addiction to fossil fuels — and now they are leading the fight for a post-carbon economy."
Arrogant and condescending? Not the Left!
"Because N.Y. Times readers are — let’s be honest — smarter and more sophisticated than the rubes who believe what they read in Rupert Murdoch’s Wall Street Journal." — Eric Alterman in ... oh, where else?!
What we’re reading at the Manor
Top Five total wastes of time at UW system classrooms — from the folks at MacIver
George Orwell predicted our campus intolerance
"The average college campus with its speech codes, thought policing, violent protests and kangaroo courts has no resemblance to anything else in the United States of America.
"Colleges are totalitarian states. And they are the blueprints of the left’s plan for the entire country.
"Individuals have no rights on campus. Intersectional tribes do. The way that these tribes negotiate conflicting rights is a mix of Kafka and Orwell."
~ Daniel Greenfield at Frontpage.
Category Archives: Madison city government
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