Tag Archives: Paul Skidmore

Paul Soglin endorses Ald. Skidmore

A ray of hope for Madison! What a strange trip this has been! Havana Paul is now the voice of reason! We have to think that a majority of Madison wishes they had voted Paul Soglin in 2019, not Satya. This … Continue reading

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It weren’t Skidmore

Where is your head … set? You might not remember the name “Raymond Donovan,” but you will remember what he said. The news media, virulently anti-Republican even 34 years ago, dragged the obscure cabinet member’s name through the mud as a … Continue reading

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Alds. Henak, Skidmore, and Tierney fight the good fight

Three key roll call votes from Tuesday’s Madison Common Council budget meeting Involved citizens, whether driven by fear or not, deserve to know how their alders voted on public safety 11-12-19. Here are three key roll call votes on public … Continue reading

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Something is wrong with Madison police — they must be MONITORED!

Freedom Inc. et al wouldn’t be satisfied if police were all Zen Buddhists Seemingly sacrosanct: $130 million for bus rapid transit over several years; $3.5 million annually to operate Council meets 4:30 today on $40 wheel tax The social justice … Continue reading

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Hope for more cops? 3 is greater than 0

November 3 will tell the tale Late last night (10-21-19) the city Finance Committee voted down additional police officers by a 3-2 vote, with Ald. Donna Moreland abstaining. (Dammit, people, you are paid to vote; it’s ones and zeroes, a … Continue reading

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Citizens, do your duty tonight (public safety) and Tuesday! (jobs and freedom!)

Tuesday night on MSNBC, will Rachel Maddow (pick one): 1) Cry? 2) Gloat? 3) Take up strong drink? TONIGHT! Show the flag of common sense at a public safety meeting sponsored by Madison Ald. Paul Skidmore 6 p.m. today, Monday, November … Continue reading

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