You ask, we answer
That’s our Bernie!
Bernie forgot to rewrite his history
“The Soviet and allied regimes had already slaughtered 20 million people through things like mass executions and intentional famines. Those regimes were slave states. They enslaved whole peoples and took away the right to say what they wanted, live where they wanted and harvest the fruits of their labor.
“And yet every day we find more old quotes from Sanders apologizing for this sort of slave regime, whether in the Soviet Union, Cuba or Nicaragua. He excused the Nicaraguan communists when they took away the civil liberties of their citizens. He’s still making excuses for Castro. …
“He believes in revolutionary mass mobilization and, once an election has been won, rule by majoritarian domination.”
If not Bernie this time, A.O.C. next
“Either in 2024 or 2028, someone like Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez will be the nominee.” — The Nation magazine.
Following the school to prison pipeline
16 year old is not a student?
4:15 pm. Thursday 02-27-2020 — East High School staff asked the suspect (16-year-old male) to leave the premises as he was not a student at the school. The suspect became confrontational with a security officer and hit him several times on the top of the head and once in the face. Police arrived on scene and issued the suspect citations for trespass and battery.
10:09 pm. Thursday 02-27-2020 — Police were dispatched to West Towne Mall for alarms going off at the Sprint kiosk. Upon seeing police, two teenage male suspects dropped a safe they had stolen from the kiosk and fled the scene.
Tag Archives: Citizens United
Only the government can be trusted with guns and speech, our acquaintances say Almost as shocking as the call, in his New York Times op-ed, to eliminate the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution was the revelation that John Paul … Continue reading
Much whining over a little name calling and some bias shaming After posting his Fake News Awards last week, President Trump is accelerating his war on the news media, the Blaska Policy Werkes has learned. Attorney General Jeff Sessions is … Continue reading
Stately Blaska Manor is charging an admission fee: your subscription to the Wisconsin State Journal. For over 30 years now, visitors to the Dan Quayle Reading Room here at the Manor can peruse the Wisconsin State Journal alongside that other WSJ, … Continue reading
We’ve been making this point for years. Here, Ann of Althouse (she could use the traffic) asks: What will become of the “money in politics” issue after Hillary outspent Trump and, now in Georgia’s Sixth, the Democrat outspent the Republican … Continue reading
The Capital Times holds itself above other corporations — even us mere mortals — because it believes itself to get special powers from the U.S. Constitution. One of its editors, John Nichols, said so himself. The Press, Nichols wrote last … Continue reading