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Suggested Summer Play In The Park? Lysistrata!

After presenting our summer reading suggestion, Cider House Rules, I thought it might be a good idea to suggest a play for 2022’s Play in the Park presenters. Time to put away those tired old Shakespearean chestnuts and go for the real classics: Lysistrata! and why? well, here’s the synopsis…

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The New 49ers: Kleefisch, Michels, Nicholson

No, not talking about the players drafted by the NFL team in San Francisco, talking about GOP candidates for WI Governor who are living large in….1849: the year the prevailing laws around abortion were passed…those that now rule in Wisconsin following Friday’s SCOTUS decision rolling back Roe v. Wade. These…

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The Complete Timeline and Consternation Around Michael Gableman’s Election Investigation.

This lengthy article by Dave Cieslewicz, gives us a very accurate timeline on the complete clown car debacle that former WI Supreme Court Justice Michael Gableman has made of the idiotic GOP plan to investigate the 2020 presidential election in Wisconsin. At this point I am incredulous that he is…

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Now That It’s 1849 In Wisconsin, Only 11 Years Until I Get My Draft Notice For The Civil War

Hmmm…wonder if I’ll get put in the 11th Infantry Regiment or maybe the 2nd Calvary Regiment. shoot, I’ll have to learn how to ride a horse again. If I join the Wisconsin Sharpshooters, can I keep my AR-1 musket??

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Summer Book Recommendation: Cider House Rules: John Irving

The Cider House Rules One of Irving’s most political novels, The Cider House Rules explores the contentious issue of abortion, as well as those of addiction, racism, and rejection. Dr. Wilbur Larch is the ether-addicted and childless proprietor of the St. Clouds Orphanage in 1920s Maine. After many years witnessing…

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Roe v. Wade: Where The Hell Is Nancy Pelosi?

No, she’s not completely missing in action since yesterday’s SCOTUS negation of Roe v. Wade. She has pushed out plenty of statements, tweets, and other social media posts. BUT: We have had Justice Alito’s leaked draft overturning Roe for like seven or eight weeks already. The President called for it….

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National Companies Offering To Pay Costs To Send Employees Out Of State For Abortions

In the wake of yesterday’s SCOTUS decision overturning Roe v. Wade, that now allows the states to determine abortion rights in America, at least a half dozen national companies have publicly stated that they will pay to send their employees to states where abortions are legal. Silly feel good PR…

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Sen. Ron Johnson Has More Protection Than The Average Fourth Grader

In a world where the Supreme Court of the United States encourages all of us to carry a weapon for our own self protection, why is it the Sen. Ron Johnson (R – Sedition) needs three or more Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Deputies to walk across Milwaukee’s General Mitchell Field? This…

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SCOTUS Overturns Roe v Wade: Sounds Like We Need To Redo The US Census And Re-redistrict.

I mean, we now have millions of new US Citizens in petri dishes in fertility labs across the nation who have been people since fertilization.

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Mike Pence Is Not A Hero

Despite being 40 feet away from possibly being assassinated by his supporters, he’s still the religious fruit cake and anal conservative that he’s always been. Yes, on January 6th he resisted pressure from the president by simply doing his job. That isn’t heroism…that’s what he was required to do via…

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