Tag Archives: identity politics

Straight talk from a virtual unknown running for school board

Amos Roe damns the cruel ‘equity’ of low expectations in Madison’s worship of victimhood “I have been teaching children ages 7-18 for about 35 years. Based on this experience, I think that MMSD [the Madison Metro School District] has lost … Continue reading

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Madison’s racial equity boss can’t run for mayor ‘do’ to ‘Some white supremacy BS’

The czarina of Madison race relations can’t count and can’t spell; Now she can’t run for Mayor of (obviously) racist Madison From today’s Wisconsin State Journal: Madison mayoral candidate Toriana Pettaway is describing as “some White Supremacy BS” a decision … Continue reading

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Playing the race card to excuse the failure of others; Part #1 of 3

Excusing irresponsible behavior by blaming The Other is how Identity politics hurts the most vulnerable The Lord High Commissioner of Blaska Policy Werkes advised a candidate running against incumbent Alder Mo Cheeks two years ago. We started by bellowing into … Continue reading

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Did you mow your lawn this summer? You racist!

‘Cops out of school’ crowd denounces civility, as well Even school auditorium is accused of racism Nothing is more pathetic than a guilty progressive ashamed of his/her lack of melanin, resolute to fight the injustice s/he is certain soaks the … Continue reading

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District attorney Ozanne tries to excuse mob action, Part #2

Is viewpoint discrimination (and reverse racial discrimination) at work here? An Open Letter to Dane County District Attorney Ismael Ozanne: While maintaining that Madison Police had not referred our complaint to you (See part #1), you made several arguments that … Continue reading

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A small Madison victory: free speech at a government meeting

Veni, vidi, dixi Blaska came, he saw, he spoke! Mirabile dictu, Blaska was permitted to speak to a democratically elected governmental body in the churning bowels of the Peoples’ Republic of Madison.  The lord high commissioner of the Policy Werkes … Continue reading

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