4:30 p.m. Monday, October 26 — lend your voice for more police!
The agenda; register to comment at the meeting; send comments ahead of time (like, right now); watch on-line; It’s all here.
The Hunter Biden report
“During the Covington Catholic controversy, remember, when the media that puts on kid gloves around Hunter Biden decided a random teenager with a smile they didn’t like was the face of white supremacy?” — Ross Douthat in New York Times 10-25-20.
NFL dupes doped again?
Anxious to see what Troy and Joe have to say about Air Force flyovers THIS Sunday!
What we’re reading
The fight for Republican votes in suburban Milwaukee — in National Review.
Tag Archives: Police
11-year-old girl fights for life due to black on black violence. UPDATE: Little girl to be taken off life support. Has ‘Black Lives Matter’ been exposed for the fraud that it is? As a hoax on the order of “Hands … Continue reading
Progressive alder’s family is burglarized by repeat offender; she proposes still more restorative justice
Ald. Rebecca Kemble: Maybe things will get better now that Chief Koval is gone Wants ‘community-based solutions’ The secretive shareholders of Blaska Policy Werkes thank Madame Brenda Konkel for her faithful, gavel-to-gavel transcription of the Madison Common Council’s budget deliberations Tuesday … Continue reading
‘City leaders are not hearing our voices’ Calls Satya’s rapid bus transit a ‘want’ not a need “Our neighbors’ priorities run strikingly counter to those embodied in the 2020 city budget you are currently working on.” — Orchard Ridge neighborhood association … Continue reading
… of yer damned bidness! Let’s end America’s toxic preoccupation with racial taxonomy The late, great John Patrick Hunter was a liberal journalist for The Capital Times. He won national fame for an Independence Day stunt in 1951 when he asked … Continue reading
Blaska Policy Werkes recommendation #1: Do not assault a police officer If the generals in Madison’s War on Cops had their way, police would be stripped of their sidearms and sent to restorative justice camps if they dared fight back … Continue reading
Another school shooting, this one Tuesday in Marshall County, Kentucky. Two killed, 18 wounded. One national group has tallied 283 shootings at schools since 2013. Like so many, the killing in Kentucky stopped only when armed police responded. Not that … Continue reading