Tag Archives: Leah Vukmir

It’s Leah, Tony & Shabnam this Tuesday

The Stately Manor will enhance your reality whether you like it or not The white lab coats trekked out to the garden shed to attach jumper cables to Ol’ Sparky, the Eisenhower-era mainframe computer here at the Policy Werkes, for … Continue reading

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The gloves are off; let’s rumble!

Civility is not only wrong; it’s WHITE! The drink’s on me, Dave. Literally The verdict is in and it’s not just Maxine Waters who encourages harassing political adversaries. Antifa enablers like Capital Times emeritus editor Dave Zweifel have officially sworn … Continue reading

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Paul Ryan’s goodbye spells trouble

A decent man steps aside in the tradition of a citizen legislator The Paul Nehlen wing of the Republican party should be happy. To this noisy group of never-satisfieds, Paul Ryan was the problem, not the answer. Their reward could very … Continue reading

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Korea, Tonga and the Enlightenment

Friday’s opening of the Winter Olympics in Korea was a triumph of the western Enlightenment The Korean word for the United States translates into “Beautiful Country.” That’s nice. Korea has video game addiction treatment centers. (Do they have kick the … Continue reading

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Bruce Murphy is at it again: defending the speech police

Milwaukee’s Bruce Murphy has committed some solid journalism. He broke the Milwaukee County pension scandal that helped elect reformer Scott Walker as county exec and, ultimately, governor of Wisconsin. Good liberal that he is, Bruce has been doing penance ever … Continue reading

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Please help a liberal; raise their taxes

Not one Democrat voted for lower taxes or employee bonuses! The indentured servants at the Stately Manor gathered in front of the Philco to watch democracy in action Tuesday and Wednesday. First the House of Reps and then the U.S. … Continue reading

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