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“Mo Cheeks joins Satya Rhodes Conway as announced candidates for mayor. Now we’re hearing that Brenda Konkel and Bridget Maniaci may join them. All former alders. As for the incumbent, Paul Soglin is sounding tired of fighting the council. Cheeks, in particular, is part of the anti-Soglin cabal on the Council. — Thursday, July 12.
“We finally have indictments in the Mueller investigation related to meddling in the 2016 election — and the only ones being charged are Russians.” — Laura Ingraham
“You’ve embarrassed the FBI, you’ve embarrassed yourself and I can’t help but wonder when I see you there with that little smirk how many times did you look so innocent into your wife’s eyes and lie to her about Lisa Page?” — U.S. Rep. Louis Gohmert to FBI agent Peter Strzok.
Asked why she never remarried after their divorce in 1951, Nancy Barbato Sinatra answered, “After Sinatra?”
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Madison schools focused on ‘Racial Equity’ (aka Making the Numbers Work) Discipline? Not so much In the last installment of your favorite blogge, the Policy Werkes reported a veteran teacher admits defeat by the Madison district’s addiction to race-based school … Continue reading
More ‘sky is falling’ hyperbole from inside the Madison bubble One of these days, Paul Fanlund will encounter a real live conservative instead of getting his morning cup of joe filtered through some sociology panel at RadFest. Perhaps the Capital Times … Continue reading
The U.S. Constitution is fueling a fiery hellscape? Democrats have their playbook. It is titled “It’s Time to Fight Dirty.” For real! Written by an associate professor of poly sci at Roosevelt University (located in greater Chicago and “committed to … Continue reading
Their minds are closed; don’t confuse them with facts The Madison Common Council did something good Tuesday 05-15-18 and they will get some credit for it: they expressed their appreciation for police during National Police Week. Unanimously. (Their resolution.) Mayor … Continue reading
“The latest man to torpedo his own career …” What a great line! Credit Jill Filipovic writing in the New York Times about … the latest man to torpedo his own career. That would be Eric Schneiderman, who resigned Monday … Continue reading
Ask a guilty liberal advice columnist The Policy Werkes subscribes to the New York Times and other liberal-progressive-socialist agitprop on the principle that forewarned is forearmed. Plus, we enjoy a good laugh at other people’s expense. A column in the … Continue reading