Tag Archives: identity politics

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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Hey ‘No Safe Spaces’ guys, pls come to UW-Madison!

Isn’t Memorial Day all about our fight for freedom, not blind conformity? Enjoy the day and remember those who sacrificed Visit their website.

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Hey white boy, admit your guilt if you want to pass this course

Girls just want to have fun but conservatives just want to disrupt public universities and create tension on campus. If you wonder why conservative speakers get shouted down at university campuses — putatively places where inquiry should be free and open to … Continue reading

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The people spoke, the Council did the right thing by its police chief

Congratulations, people! We did it! A rare victory! Your e-mails, your comments and your testimony persuaded the Madison Common Council to do the right thing and recompense Police Chief Koval for all of the $21,953 he ran up defending himself … Continue reading

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Psst! (Did you know that Hillary was female? Pass it on)

The curse of identity politics that has consumed and devoured the Democrat(ic) party is sanctioned by none other than its most recent standard bearer. Hillary Clinton’s rationale was always thin gruel — it was her turn as a woman. A compromised, ethically … Continue reading

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