What do you think?
Boobs! They’re everywhere!
Here’s a little secret we have to say out loud: Women love the sexual interplay they experience with men, and they relish men desiring their beauty. Why? Because it is part of their nature.
Women want to be desired by men, to attract them, to be the only woman in the world for that man. Their beauty is an essential part of their allure, especially when men and women first meet.
You can’t pick up a magazine, turn on a website, or watch television without seeing boobs. They’re everywhere.
Folks, we have a winner!
The first woman caught up in the #MeToo frenzy
From the Kansas City Star (h/t Ann of Althouse):
Andrea Ramsey, a Democratic candidate for Congress, will drop out of the race after the Kansas City Star asked her about accusations in a 2005 lawsuit that she sexually harassed and retaliated against a male subordinate who said he had rejected her advances.
Wisconsin’s secret police
“Governmental accountability board? More like Wisconsin’s Secret Police” — U of Tennessee law prof Glenn Harlan Reynolds, USA Today.
Leah Vukmir in the Wall Street Journal: “A rogue state agency took my personal emails and filed them under ‘opposition research.’ … [Milwaukee D.A.] Chisholm weaponized an arm of the government … to conduct paramilitary raids on people’s homes.”
The East German Stasi just happened in Wisconsin
Struggling young writer Christian Schneider in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel:
Imagine finding out one day that your personal emails had been seized by a rogue state-sponsored bureaucrat fishing for damaging information. And that you had no idea until years after the fact that this government investigator had scooped up years of emails, soaking in your private secrets and filing them away for future use.
This isn’t a tale from the East German Stasi. It just happened in Wisconsin.
How about protecting private citizens’ information?
The Milw Journal Sentinel is concerned about “keeping important public records away from the citizens,” even if it involves sensitive police body camera videos. (Its editorial here.) How about keeping important private citizen records away from government? When will you speak out against the speech police abuses of the John Doe process?
Tag Archives: Police
We stand by our verdict of a month ago. Shouldn’t there, at least, be a tee shirt? Thursday’s more complete exposition of the City of Madison’s $400,000 police proctology reveals a big nothing burger. (The full report here.) The high-priced … Continue reading
UPDATE: County Board to meet tonight (11-21-17) to reconsider fees, including the $28 wheel tax, and the tax levy but NOT the county jail. More here. Monday’s regularly scheduled meeting was continually disrupted by the 75 to 80 people in … Continue reading
Did the worm just turn? Is November 14, 2017 the watershed? After 2½ years, is this the day Madison city government switched from race-baiting and cop-bashing to judging the person by his actions rather than by the color of their … Continue reading
‘You can’t ask … decent citizens who want to maintain the safety and dignity of their neighborhood to carry the load’
But first: Random thoughts on a No Packers Sunday, the first day of frost, Fall 2017. Not sure I’d watch if there was a game. Not because of kneeling but because of no Aaron Rodgers. Quotes of the Week “All … Continue reading
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
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