Category Archives: Madison city government

They’d rather fight than think

The good, the bad, and the deranged! The Squire of Blaska Stately Manor checked off Tuesday as another day safe from a keyboard warrior named Bill Elmhorst. He’s up on Facebook sharing this message with the world: “The day is … Continue reading

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Keith Furman has a lot of nerve!

You’ve got a lotta nerve to say you are my friend; When I was down you just stood there grinnin’. — Bob Dylan, “Positively 4th Street.” Madison alders should treat each other in a welcoming, fair, respectful, and equitable manner.” … Continue reading

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Tell Madison alders to quit crying about tear gas!

Or do you want a repeat of Kenosha and Col. Heg? Madison alders tip toe around Defunding the Police. How? By disarming law enforcement. They’re voting on a proposed ordinance next Tuesday 09-20-22 to ban tear gas. (!!!) The proposed … Continue reading

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Cancel culture claims Madison alder

No apology will suffice! Madison’s cancel culture has done it again. They’ve forced out a politically moderate alder — not by persuasion but by their usual methodology: harassment and intimidation. Ald. Gary Halverson from the far NE side is quitting … Continue reading

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Joe Manchin, PG people, and brother’s Monona Terrace

There was bipartisanship once in Madison WI. Joe Manchin is trying to save Democrats but they won’t have it. Once again sabotages President Biden’s plan to raise taxes in the midst of Jimmy Carter-level 9.1% inflation and to fight — … Continue reading

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Madison council president picks anti-cop leadership

All voted against police body cameras. New Madison Common Council president Keith Furman put the wood to moderate alders. He and council vice president Jael Currie — also a leftist — picked the five most radical left alders to serve … Continue reading

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