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Anti-Kavanaugh mob intimidation tactics too familiar here in Madison WI

Win at any cost Destroy what you cannot defeat Will the mob and its cheerleaders in the news media prove victorious? That is what U.S. Senators will decide when they vote tomorrow, Saturday. Madison, WI has been wrestling with that … Continue reading

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Kavanaugh attacks backfire on Democrats

UPDATE: FBI clears Kavanaugh as predicted. Expect Madison’s State Street to erupt this afternoon. Women in swing-states don’t believe his accusers For $100 Alex, what is a boomerang? It is an axiom here at the Blaska Policy Werkes (and tanning … Continue reading

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Madison council rewrites history

Descendants of Confederate Rest dead would have a strong legal claim to contest removal of grave marker they paid for and was accepted by the City of Madison Forest Hill Cemetery is a National Historical site. Landmark Commission chairman Stuart … Continue reading

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Who’s going to protect school cops from the kids?

Kids do the darndest things! Madison west high ERO and school staffer injured breaking up student fight Here are eight nominees that Madison school board member Dean Loumos can appoint to his proposed school cop review committee. His ad hoc … Continue reading

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Get the message? The world is full of victims! They’re everywhere!

Go Brewers! — Oh, is this Brewer bandwagon a fun ride! Guessing productivity suffered Monday in the upper Midwest but, here in Wisconsin, morale got a major boost. Beating the Cubs for the title? Priceless. Jesus Aguilar sent the right kind … Continue reading

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The troublemakers should sit in review of school police

Madison school board committee buys into school-to-prison pipeline theory School police must be restrained from harassing kids; students should be taught their criminal justice rights and — unbelievably! — the  troublemakers will sit in review of the cops’ actions! They’re … Continue reading

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