Tag Archives: identity politics

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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This just in: Women don’t all think alike! Major blow to identity politics!

Same is said to be the case with racial minorities! Reminded in her CNN interview that women voted for Trump, Hillary corrected: “White women.” Ah, intersectionality! The New York Times has made a startling discovery that will cause good Madison … Continue reading

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Get the message? The world is full of victims! They’re everywhere!

Go Brewers! — Oh, is this Brewer bandwagon a fun ride! Guessing productivity suffered Monday in the upper Midwest but, here in Wisconsin, morale got a major boost. Beating the Cubs for the title? Priceless. Jesus Aguilar sent the right kind … Continue reading

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Neighbor was worried about drug house up the street, not Shelia Stubbs

Caller now fears the hatred coming their way Next time, think twice before YOU call the police lest you be deemed a racist The national news media has portrayed Madison as racist most foul for calling the police on a … Continue reading

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Cop haters still harangue Madison’s school board

The first elected official stands up for Cops in School: Ald. Paul Skidmore A fair turnout of citizens Monday night telling the Madison school board to keep police in our troubled high schools, but still not what we would like. … Continue reading

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Madison’s Left needs enemies to explain its failures

The Left needs enemies to explain its failures.  When Stalin’s latest five-year plan failed, as inevitably it would, he rounded up the usual suspects for show trials. The Kulaks (wealthy peasants) were rounded up beginning in 1929. Millions of Ukrainians … Continue reading

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