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Take a knee, America

It’s good politics! Next shoe to drop (or knee to bend): Colin Kaepernick to start for the Packers!   America is taking a knee. Police Chief Vic Wahl and Sheriff Dave Mahoney knelt Wednesday, June 3, 2020 before Madison’s racial-industrial … Continue reading

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Myth: Police target black people

There are some bad alders, too Madison alders ended the curfew Tuesday night, not that it stopped anyone from rioting. Because riots aren’t the problem — police are!  “This is not about a curfew. … This is about people knowing … Continue reading

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Race warriors hit sheriff’s home

 Get off my lawn! Merchants on Madison WI’s State Street learned that their pitiful signs of support for racial justice didn’t prevent their windows from being smashed and their stores looted. Same principle for Sheriff David Mahoney. In conjunction with … Continue reading

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Will police union vote ‘No Confidence’ in mayor?

Mayor, some alders ‘placing lives of officers and civilians at risk’ The Madison police union is considering holding a vote of No Confidence against Mayor Satya Rhodes Conway. Rank and file police officers are working overtime, being hit with rocks … Continue reading

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WI taxpayers are paying for chaos

Trashed downtown businesses ‘had it coming.’ Where does Freedom Inc. get the money for paid social justice agitators like M. Adams and Bianca Gomez to shut down west-bound traffic on the busy Beltline between John Nolen Drive and Stoughton Road, … Continue reading

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Has your store been looted yet?

TV newsman assaulted This Tuesday morning 06-02-2020 in the Progressive utopia of Madison WI: 12:21 a.m.  MPD heard glass breaking in the area (Mendota St/E. Washington Ave).  Several individuals were observed breaking into the Tech Heroes Store and fleeing the … Continue reading

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