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: Socialism
Believe them, they don’t take it lightly Just in time for the holiday formerly known as “Christmas,” the democratic socialist Rashada Tlaib is selling T-shirts that commemorate her major claim to fame. On the first day of the new Congress … Continue reading →
The big socialist wish list “Get on the Green New Deal train or choo-choo, motherXXX-er, we’re going to go right past you.” — Sean McElwee “Radical? John Nichols asks. “Excellent!” Someone tell California’s Democrat(ic) governor They keep throwing him chum and Donald … Continue reading →
How did conservatives get so lucky? The great blackjack dealer in the sky throws down Donald Trump. The next card up is either Hillary Clinton or AOC. Dumb luck or Providence? We report, you decide. Russ Douthat in the Sunday … Continue reading →
Good job Middleton Police, Dane County Sheriff’s department and all the first responders for saving lives by responding quickly, going in early to an active shooter situation, and dropping the shooter. Good guys with guns saved lives. Next time you … Continue reading →
More government is going to do more governing. It’s a law of physics. They say journalism is the first draft of history. A blogge is the first draft of journalism. Like beaujolais nouveau. Do not swirl, do not sniff, do … Continue reading →
The Squire feels like going feral The Squire used to believe that when one died, God (or one of his representatives) would whisper a short sentence into your ear that would explain the mysteries of the universe and the meaning … Continue reading →