Today in biased journalism:
“4 reasons behind the rush to reopen churches”
“Rush”? There’s a “rush” to reopen church?
“Thousands of churches are about to defy lockdown orders. It’s about time!”
— not fake news at The Federalist.
Category Archives: Tales from the front lines
“It’s summertime summertime sum sum summertime Summertime summertime sum sum summertime” — the Jamies, 1958. Just like that, it’s summer in southern Wisconsin this beautiful Sunday, Memorial Day weekend. A goodly rain Saturday preceded today’s sunshine and temperatures in the … Continue reading
My brother Richard is the youngest of six siblings. Our mother died March 3, 1981 of a sudden heart attack. Richard writes: Helen and I were pen pals. I think we wrote never less than monthly. While living alone in San … Continue reading
How much risk for how much reward? Simon and Garfunkel sang about looking for America. Blaska thinks he found it in the unincorporated hamlet of Leland, in northern Sauk County WI. There he found kindred spirits yearning to breathe free … Continue reading
It’s all too beautiful, as the Small Faces sang. Rode my Softail Slim into Sauk City from Madison WI and asked attendant at the Kwik Trip if she knew of any speakeasies. “No,” she said. “Everything is closed.” But this old … Continue reading
Experts or no, ultimately the People decide Temperatures this week in the mid-60s. The crop of daffodils is as good as we’ve seen. It is Spring in Madison WI (our shortest season) and people are emerging into the open! Speaking … Continue reading