Tag Archives: Free speech

Now will the State Journal and Journal Sentinel finally condemn the speech police?

Vicki McKenna among those GAB spied on Thank the Good Lord for Brad Schimel, the first conservative state attorney general in long memory. Thank you the heavens above for the too few brave souls — Eric O’Keefe, the Wall Street Journal, … Continue reading

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Campus brawls, hip hop, and Derail the Jail are birds of a socialist feather

Now observing 46 straight days without a credible allegation Why are we not surprised?  The answer is, because we can connect the dots: from the hate and violence of hip hop and gangsta rap …. to the cop bashing of … Continue reading

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Arrest the social justice brownshirts

“This is what democracy looks like,” the Derail the Jail mob chanted Monday night as they disrupted a scheduled meeting of the Dane County Board of Supervisors. No, this is what the Bolshevik putsch 100 years ago looked like. This … Continue reading

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Nazis in the quad. Can we have a little muscle at UW-Stevens Point?

Stately Blaska Manor is a mobile free speech zone The difference between a democracy and a republic has been explained thusly: A democracy is when two wolves and a lamb vote on what to eat for dinner. A republic, by … Continue reading

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Free speech for some but not all is no free speech at all!

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

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If money won elections, Jeb would be president

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

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