NFL dopes duped again
It appears that the NFL, though, was not paying attention to the facts of the case because almost two weeks after [Althea] Bernstein’s case was dismissed by every agency that investigated her claims, the NFL was pushing the young woman as an example of “inspiring change.” — Breitbart.
What we’re reading
“From dairy country to Green Bay, Trump radically changed Wisconsin politics. Can he do it again?” — in The Federalist.
Tag Archives: Dave Cieslewicz
Courage, man! Dave Cieslewicz (pronounced exactly as spelled) has all the vowels (and more than enough consonants) but cannot seem to solve the puzzle. To date, Dave is the only Madison personage with liberal bona fides who has called out … Continue reading
Where is the empathy? Congressman Mark Pocan did not use the word “Deplorables” to describe those who protested the statewide coronavirus lock-down 04-24-2020 at the WI State Capitol. His condescension was palpable enough without it. The farmers, tavern keepers, and … Continue reading
Now that the April election is over and the Madison school board is more liberal than ever Glory, glory halleluja! A mere two days after Blaska called him out for ignoring THE central issue in the local Spring elections, former mayor Dave Cieslewicz … Continue reading
You can run, Madison school board; but can you hide? We see that the Madison Board of Education is going to take its show on the road next Monday, April 29, in a desperate attempt to evade the F-bombing mob … Continue reading
Ald. Thuy Pham-Remmele checked the wrong box: conservative Who knew inclusionary would be so exclusionary? We have been saying that identity politics divides and separates — unlike the Maidenform brassiere — without lifting. Madison is seeing that play out with … Continue reading
Just ask a guilty white Madison liberal to apologize. They will before asking “what for?” A fiery meteor is headed for Earth. The Washington Post headlines, “Sources say world to end; Congress to recess.” The Wall Street Journal: “World to … Continue reading