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Wisconsin GOP Legislators Are Totally Intimidated

Just think, the Republican legislature gets to go out on the road and present defend their proposed 2015 – 2017 budget. One of the sticking points in this budget is the $300 million cuts to the renowned University of Wisconsin System. And of course one of the places where they are holding public hearings on […]

Jeb Bush Goes Stone Cold Tone Deaf

Keeping with the theme of our posts today…and Jeb Bush keeping with the hypocrisy rampant in GOP presidential hopefuls…is auditioning for the role of frying pan.

Republican presidential hopeful Jeb Bush on Friday stepped up his criticism of Hillary Clinton, calling it “baffling” that she stored official U.S. State Department emails on a personal […]

Governor Walker Goes Stone Cold Tone Deaf

Anyone not living under a rock this past week is well aware of the controversy being smithed out of Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email account and server for official business during her tenure as Secretary of State. Although of questionable nature, her actions apparently weren’t illegal, but we’ll be hearing about it for […]

Five Reasons A New Bucks Arena Isn’t Economically Important:

One of the debate points around building a new Bucks arena in downtown Milwaukee is the additional development that will occur in the general vicinity of the new arena. This despite no evidence that there was any significant development around the Bradley Center after it was built. It’s pretty much Major Goolsby’s and that was […]

Some More Highlights From The Keystone XL Discussion

This morning I posted a bit on the ruling from the Nebraska Supreme Court that gives the Canadian oil company the right to seize American assets to complete the Keystone XL pipeline. But there are a few other nuggets to be mined from the original article as well. Let’s see what we find!

First, this […]

FDA Advises Against Keepsake and Elective Fetal Ultrasounds

No one is really sure what the effects of ultrasounds are on fetal development. Although considered safe the FDA is now advising against keepsake and elective ultrasounds.

So what is the State of Wisconsin’s liability if their forced ultrasounds convince a woman to give to a child but later congenital defects or illnesses are blamed […]

Walker Administrator Lands Another Plum Position

Long time associate of Governor Scott Walker, Cindy Archer, just garnered another major promotion in Madison. Ms. Archer not only was promoted but is earning…oh…like $27,000 more per year than her predecessor.

Archer started this week in the new job as chief information officer for the State Public Defender’s Office, which is managed by […]

Thursday Music: Putin Special Edition: Back In The USSR

The Party of Lincoln?

I imagine some of you caught Bill Lueders’ article about the retirement of State Senator Dale Schultz (R – Richland Center) that was published yesterday at Urban Milwaukee titled ‘Say Goodbye to the Party of Lincoln’. Part of the article relates the story about the resolution passed at the Wisconsin Republican Party’s 6th Congressional District […]

Tweet of the day

Yeah, this tweet from John Fugelsang just about sums up my feelings on the gun culture here in America.

More guns means more safety, and that's why America is the safest society on Earth. #arapahoe #littleton #sandyhook

— John Fugelsang (@JohnFugelsang) December 14, 2013

While I support the Second Amendment, I don’t believe (and the U.S. Supreme court agrees with me) that the right to bear arms granted under the Second Amendment is absolute.