On the final debate in the Indiana Senate race held last night, Republican Senate nominee Richard Mourdock, a Tea Party extremist, explained his opposition to abortion, even in cases of rape or incest. During his explanation, Mourdock suggested pregnancies resulting from rape are the will of God and therefore should not be an exception to [...]
According to WordPress, an update I just installed should resolve the issue of email subscribers not being sent emails when new posts/comments are made on the blog. Hopefully that will fix the issue many/all of you have been having, but please let me know if the issue persists.
Additionally, in the next few days we’re [...]
Last week I wrote about Eric Prudent, the Democrat taking on Republican incumbent Paul Farrow in Assembly District 98. For reasons detailed in my post, I like and respect Eric Prudent which is why I have agreed to speak at his final fundraising event even though I detest public speaking. Jeff Christensen, Chair of the [...]
More beer gardens in Milwaukee County Parks? I say we start in Sheridan Park! Milwaukee County would add two more beer gardens in the parks as a way to leverage public and private money for park maintenance, under a plan unveiled Monday.
The idea would be to model the new beer gardens after this year’s [...]
Pascal-Emmanuel Gobry of Forbes.com has an excellent piece outlining why the U.S. will never face an economic meltdown akin to what’s happening in Greece. If there’s one article of faith in Washington (and elsewhere), it’s the idea that the United States might get into a debt crisis if it doesn’t get its fiscal house in [...]
Image courtesy Baldwin for Senate campaign
Here’s Republican U.S. Senate candidate Tommy Thompson explaining his “plan” to reform Medicare: When I’m elected to the United States Senate, I have a chance to use the computers and have the access to CBO and I’ll be able to make the necessary things.
Here’s some video of [...]
The heck with modern weaponry. We need more horses and bayonets.