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Just another Republican candidate for sheriff….

Wait……what?!? He’s a white supremacist???

Shocking, I know! According to the Bonner County Daily Bee, local sheriff candidate Shaun Patrick Winkler, 33, has ties to the Aryan Nations and Church of Jesus Christ-Christian, both white supremacist organizations. And despite having taken part in race-based protests, Winkler says he’s running in opposition to “increasing federal reach” […]

Faces of Change: Life Without Limits (VIDEO)

Though I’ve been a vociferous critic of President Barack Obama – most notably on his failure to “put on a comfortable pair of shoes” and join Wisconsin’s public employees as they fought against having their collective bargaining rights taken away – I can’t deny that the health care reforms that have already taken effect as […]

Quote of the day

Dane County Circuit Court Judge Richard Niess: “Without question, where it exists, voter fraud corrupts elections and undermines our form of government,” Niess wrote, adding that leaders may take action to prevent it. “But voter fraud is no more poisonous to our democracy than voter suppression. Indeed, they are two heads on the same monster.”

Sen. Kathleen Vinehout at Milwaukee’s Drinking Liberally (VIDEO)

Here some video of Democratic gubernatorial candidate Sen. Kathleen Vinehout speaking to folks at Monday’s Drinking Liberally here in Milwaukee (the first few moments of the video got cut off for some reason).

Though the first few moments of Sen. Vinehout’s remarks were cut off, I did capture the best parts of her speech, […]

My take on retractions

Yesterday I re-posted, with permission, a column sent to me by someone who writes freelance. The article was about the MacIver Institute. Over the course of about 8 hours, I received over 15 emails from the same person, first demanding a retraction of the parts of the post that were about him (I complied) then […]

A JOBS Bill That Isn’t

The JOBS bill before the Senate doesn’t actually, you know, create any jobs. In fact, according to MIT economist Simon Johnson, it’s likely to destroy jobs.

Professor John Coates hit the nail on the head:

“While the various proposals being considered have been characterized as promoting jobs and economic growth by reducing regulatory burdens and […]