Welcome to Milwaukee, national Democrats

Do Democrats even ride Harleys?

Welcome Democrats to Wisconsin in the presidential election year 2020. Missed you in 2016. 

You’re bringing your national convention to good ol’ Milwaukee next year.

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What do you mean, you won’t sign my Bible?

Our liberal-progressive-socialist acquaintances should thank Scott Walker. He fought to build the new FiServ Forum, which will host the convention. Not holding our breath.

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Identity politics may win votes but it is hurting black children

You want ‘A real conversation about race?’

That’s what Blaska is all about!

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Muldrow, Mirilli and magic beans

You knew it was coming. Ali Muldrow and Ananda Mirilli playing the race card. The two are running for Madison school board as a tag team. Their message is simple — destructive but simple: Madison schools have a racial achievement gap because Bernie Sanders-loving Madison hates black children.

Muldrow & Mirilli peddled their bilious message during a candidate forum Saturday (03-09-19) at Badger Rock middle school. The event was sponsored by the Freedom Inc. Youth Squad — the same outfit coordinating disruption at the Madison Board of Education these last two years. (On October 29 and February 25.) Their top of the page goal is getting rid of Cops in Schools; their bottom line replaces classroom discipline with race shaming. It is this:

Kids aren’t succeeding because … white people.

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Yet another Madison teacher thrown under the school bus

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Mr. Blaska will be your positive behavior coach

The hands-on approach

Welcome to Room 120, Blaska Memorial middle school’s restorative justice room. You are here because you screwed up big-time.

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We do real restorative justice here. This is not a daycare center. I am not a babysitter. I am the adult in the room. I speak, you listen. I teach, you learn.

I am your positive behavior coach. You call me MISTER Blaska. When I say “Sit in your assigned seat,” you say, “Yes, Mr. Blaska.”  Continue reading

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“I’m not F-XXX-ing going anywhere, you white, bald-headed motherXXXX-er.” 

Thus spaketh an 11-year-old girl at Whitehorse middle school
according to witnesses


TODAY’S QUIZ: Guess who is allowed back in school and who is not? Answers at bottom of this blog.


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We excerpt three separate Madison police interviews conducted February 19 with witnesses of the event that occurred February 13 at Whitehorse middle school. More can be found on the Madison Police website. 

The principals here are:

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‘Drawing conclusions that are simply wrong’

Where does the Whitehorse middle school educator go
to get his reputation back?

No charges against the positive behavior coach at Whitehorse middle school, says district attorney Ismael Ozanne. (More here.)


Madison Police document dump here. Eleven-year-old says to educator demanding she accompany him out of the classroom, “Leave me the fuck alone.”

Blaska is not surprised. Neither are the mother and grandmother of the black 11-year-old girl who was supposedly manhandled by that white Madison educator. For different reasons.

In a press conference closed to all but accredited news media, Ozanne stated: 

“I am aware of public narratives about this incident. Some members of our community have coupled this information with their own experience, drawing conclusions that are simply wrong.”

Where have we heard that before (Ferguson, Missouri; Baltimore Md)?

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