From The Desk Of Stephan nASS(part 2)

Madison Cartoonist Mike Konopacki is at it again:

Local cartoonist Mike Konopacki isn’t intimidated by the criminal complaint Assemblyman Steve Nass (R-La Grange) filed against him Friday. Under investigation for using Nass’s letterhead in a gag press release, Konopacki’s done it again.

This time Konopacki takes aim at Nass’s chief of staff, Mike Mikalsen, who, […]

Santorum Equivalency

As a political junkie, I will admit, that I laughed when Rick Santorum entered the Republican presidential race Now, while still a longshot, he really does have a chance to be the republican nominee.

Just a quick refresher course on Rick Santorum.

1. “In every society, the definition of marriage has not […]

Gov. Scott Walker: absentee governor

Over at One Wisconsin Now, a crack team of researchers has analyzed Gov. Scott Walker’s schedules from August 2011 through January 2012 and come to a startling conclusion: Scott Walker has taken a hell of a lot of personal time as Governor. Based on the calendars maintained by Gov. Walker’s office, released under the state […]

Republicans vote against train maintenance base, waste $71.8 million

I’m beginning to wonder if Republicans in the Wisconsin legislature have forgotten that they promised to create jobs, not send them fleeing the state…

Over the objections of Gov. Scott Walker’s administration, a key legislative committee voted Wednesday against building a new train maintenance base – a decision that officials warned could mean mothballing two […]

A comparison: Jesus vs. Mitt Romney

From Brett Cottrell’s blog comes this absolute gem: Jesus threw money changers from the temple. Romney is a money changer who goes to a temple.

On judgment day, Jesus hopes he’s not rich. On judgment day, Romney hopes he’s not a camel.

Jesus cured the sick, the leprous and the blind. Romney asks for an […]

Party with Lori Compas this Saturday!

As Zach would say, from the emailbox comes this message:

COMPAS CAMPAIGN KICK OFF – SATURDAY MARCH 17th

A St. Patrick’s Day campaign kick -off event is being held for Lori Compas, running for the 13th Senate District Seat, on Saturday, March 17th from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. at the Fireman’s Park […]

WI GOP Can’t be Trusted

Fresh news from this afternoon. No, Republicans in Wisconsin can’t be trusted even to live up to a contract. From the Journal Sentinel:

Over the objections of Gov. Scott Walker’s administration, a key legislative committee voted Wednesday against building a new train maintenance base – a decision that officials warned could mean mothballing two brand-new […]

Empty Threat of the Week

This weeks ” Empty Threat of the Week” award goes to Shirl LaBarre, the relentlessly tiresome Hayward, WI TeaSquawker who is once again hollering that if Democratic State Senator Bob Jauch doesn’t vote for the Assembly mining bill she will consider organizing his recall.

LaBarre is most notable for her biennial thrashing at the hands […]

Controversy over proposed Brookfield, Wisconsin mosque is much ado about nothing

The Islamic Society of Milwaukee wants to build a mosque in Brookfield, Wisconsin, and some area residents are freaking out. Members of the Eagle Forum cite traffic concerns as the central reason they oppose the mosque, but it’s hard to believe that’s the case after reading comments made at their Tuesday night meeting. Of course, […]

Quote of the day

“Again I tell you, it is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to enter the kingdom of God.”

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