Tag Archives: Jail

Is the bottleneck in the D.A.’s office?

UPDATE: D.A. Ozanne responds to County Exec Parisi. But does not deny that the district attorneys lobbied for more pay, not more prosecutors. Here is Ozanne’s response. Is the weak link in the law enforcement chain Dane County’s district attorney? … Continue reading

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Doing backflips in juvenile prison — and worse — on the ACLU’s dime

That’s what struck the brain trust here at the Stately Manor about the simmering conditions at Lincoln Hills School for Boys. Inmates at this state correctional institution ran outside, scaled one of the housing units, ripped shingles and a metal … Continue reading

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‘Kill the jail’ goes forward because ‘we are all racists’

Supervisor Mike Willett of Verona is one of the few left on the Dane County Board with the courage to fight back against the identity politics that has turned cops and courts into the bad guys. Is even the smaller, … Continue reading

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Identity politicians: demand gender equity in the Dane County jail!

Tell us, Don Pardo, who is today’s “Housing, not Handcuffs” winner? Squire David, today’s Derail the Jail poster boy is Cornelius Britton, age 21, for (allegedly) deliberately luring a cop to Russett Road on Madison’s southwest side on October 6 … 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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Dane County Board plays identity politics, gets played by identity politics

Suggesting crime fills out jail, not racism, is ‘inflammatory’ I will say this for Sharon Corrigan, chairman of the Dane County Board. The lady runs a good meeting. For awhile Wednesday night, at what amounted to a public hearing on … Continue reading

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