Tag Archives: Democrats

Lipstick on a pig or putting a hard hat on a socialist

Blaska is in Beast Mode With all the attention given apostate Senators Jeff Flake and Bob Corker, Republican dissension is more about Trump’s style (count me in) than substance. If Trump could just stop the schoolyard name calling, his presidency … Continue reading

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‘You can’t ask … decent citizens who want to maintain the safety and dignity of their neighborhood to carry the load’

But first: Random thoughts on a No Packers Sunday, the first day of frost, Fall 2017. Not sure I’d watch if there was a game. Not because of kneeling but because of no Aaron Rodgers. Quotes of the Week “All … Continue reading

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When race is all you see, race is all you get

Using the ‘Prism of Equity’ we can see the Dane County Board is race cra-zee! The Derail the Jail crowd is not the only ones who can rhyme their doggerel. Justice is personified as a blindfolded lady holding a balance … Continue reading

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Why the Democrats’ ‘efficiency gap’ is a crock

It will be a good eight months before the U.S. Supreme Court decides the Wisconsin gerrymandering case. Democrats think they have found the magic formula suggested by swing vote Anthony Kennedy 13 years ago. They call it the “efficiency gap.” … Continue reading

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Can ‘Cross Plains Woman’ save Wisconsin Democrats?

Who says Wisconsin Democrats don’t have a deep bench? Dane County Exec Joe Parisi begged off. State Sen. Tim Cullen backed away. U.S. Rep. Ron Kind, out. State Sen. Jennifer Schilling, another no. While Kathleen Vinehout, Tony Evers, and Paul … Continue reading

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Want true diversity on campus? Protect speech AND hire conservatives!

How dare a campus group dare to go ahead and invite a speaker deemed insufficiently progressive, and then actually bring that person to campus? What to do if an objectionable speaker somehow sneaks through the cracks? The answer is obvious: … Continue reading

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