Category Archives: Madison schools

Good news & bad news & good news on Madison school board race

UPDATE: Together we forced Dean Loumos out of the race! Story here. The good news is Kaleem Caire is running for school board. No one has done more for education in Madison. Kaleem advanced the Madison Prep charter school that would … Continue reading

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Suffer the little children: crime comes to the daycare center

Now Madison daycares aren’t safe from violent crime A second auto hijacking at a day care center in two days! Weapons displayed, driver threatened with bodily harm — endangering little children! More unmet needs? Thursday’s carjacking occurred at Great Beginnings Arbor … Continue reading

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Blaska is running for Madison school board

God help me (and I mean that) This blogger was happy to be done with local politics when I left the Dane County board a dozen years ago but I cannot ignore the current crisis in Madison’s public schools. Someone … Continue reading

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District attorney Ozanne tries to excuse mob action, Part #2

Is viewpoint discrimination (and reverse racial discrimination) at work here? An Open Letter to Dane County District Attorney Ismael Ozanne: While maintaining that Madison Police had not referred our complaint to you (See part #1), you made several arguments that … Continue reading

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Why won’t you prosecute the mob? Part #1

An Open letter to Ismael Ozanne, Dane County District Attorney: Thank you for meeting with me, unscheduled, Monday morning (12-03-18) in your office. That was most gracious. As we discussed, my purpose was to determine the status of a criminal … Continue reading

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A small Madison victory: free speech at a government meeting

Veni, vidi, dixi Blaska came, he saw, he spoke! Mirabile dictu, Blaska was permitted to speak to a democratically elected governmental body in the churning bowels of the Peoples’ Republic of Madison.  The lord high commissioner of the Policy Werkes … Continue reading

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