Category Archives: Madison city government

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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No money for more Madison police but plenty for Common Council staff

UPDATE: Was there a roll call on approving the contract for the hiring of a Common Council chief of staff? No there was not. The voice vote in favor was declared unanimous. I am put in mind of my old … Continue reading

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Arrest the social justice brownshirts

“This is what democracy looks like,” the Derail the Jail mob chanted Monday night as they disrupted a scheduled meeting of the Dane County Board of Supervisors. No, this is what the Bolshevik putsch 100 years ago looked like. This … 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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‘You can’t ask … decent citizens who want to maintain the safety and dignity of their neighborhood to carry the load’

But first: Random thoughts on a No Packers Sunday, the first day of frost, Fall 2017. Not sure I’d watch if there was a game. Not because of kneeling but because of no Aaron Rodgers. Quotes of the Week “All … Continue reading

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