I’m voting today …
... for Lowell Holtz, superintendent of public instruction.
Let’s spoil the Left’s necktie party
An anti-Trump group called "Indivisible Wisconsin" is holding an unsanctioned Ron Johnson Town Hall 6 p.m. tomorrow (Wednesday, Feb. 22) at the First Congregational United Church of Christ, 1609 University Avenue in Madison. I'm going.
The Minister of Good Cheer asks:Why do dogs wag their tails? Because no one else will do it for them.
Unpredictability of Liberals
Ann of Althouse asks:
Did the New York Times talk about "the Quiet Grandeur of the Courts" when decisions went against President Obama?
If you don’t think the Madison school board is bad enough …You might consider voting Kate Toews on Feb. 21. The candidate asks: "Did you know that Madison is one of the best-funded school districts in the country? Yet our teachers start out earning less than those in Milwaukee, La Crosse, and even other districts in Dane County. Our school board hasn't done enough to support educators. I'm going to change that." Um, Ms. Toews, how about the children? Remember them?
Judge Troupis is holding court
Mouldering in the basement
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