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Blaska plays Milwaukee Brewer G.M. for a day

Has he no shame?! Now that we’ve fixed the Madison school board and city government, time for Blaska’s faith healers to make a house call at Miller Park. (One call, that’s all.) What is wrong with Our Milwaukee Brewers? After … Continue reading

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Grand theft auto vs. girls’ soccer

Time to lay down the law! There will be no illegal soccer on Edgewood’s soccer field! You know you are tripping over your own ruby slippers in the Emerald City when girls are outlawed from playing soccer on their high … Continue reading

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I’m not a racist and so are you

The more we obsess about race, the worse it gets The sticky note from hell! As a candidate for Madison school board, Blaska was interviewing with the Capital Times editorial board for an endorsement that was never going to happen. … Continue reading

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School is out; lock your garages

UPDATE: Three 14-year-old boys have been arrested after stealing a car and leading multiple departments on a chase Thursday morning (07-11-19). At 2:30 in the morning, a Fitchburg police officer saw a stolen car in the area of the Verona Road … Continue reading

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Fighting discipline ‘and other racist acts’ in the Madison schools

Kaleem Caire for Madison school board A reader has shamed Blaska into applying for the vacancy caused by Mary Burke’s inexplicable resignation from the Madison Board of Education. As I told the WI State Journal, I have no hope of … Continue reading

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Today’s lesson plan: obey your damn teachers!

Learning self-discipline is key to mastering life itself Thank you very much to Michael Cummins, the lone conservative contributor to Madison’s weekly Isthmus newspaper, for connecting the dots on behalf of Madison’s public school teachers, concerned parents and their children.  … Continue reading

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