Added Security At The Homes Of Supreme Court Justices.

After the leak of the Roe v. Wade decision, protesters descended on the homes of some of the Supreme Court justices to protest. Republicans were aghast. They demanded additional security for SCOTUS and the Democratic majority help pass the necessary legislation. No muss, no fuss. I won’t bother to get…

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Do You Need Help Going To Illinois For ‘Oleo’?

this is going to be a paraphrase of a meme running around social media right now…inspired by the overturning of Roe v. Wade by SCOTUS last week. Most of you probably understood the snarky meaning and intent of the original about camping. Wisconsinites can have our own unique take based…

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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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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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Anti-Semitism Rears Its Ugly Head In Kids Play Area

This despicable bit of anti-Semitic (and anti-abortion) rhetoric was chalked on the sidewalk in Milwaukee County’s Humboldt Park, a very popular anchor park in Milwaukee’s Bay View neighborhood. This bit of sidewalk is just in front of the children’s play area with the swings and slides. The most popular area…

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Sunday Night Stolen Meme, i.e. SCOTUS/abortion

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So, you just weren’t feeling Hillary enough in 2016 to VOTE for her…

Supreme Court Live Updates: Supreme Court Confirms Leaked Opinion But Says the Draft Is Not a Final Decision Politico published the draft opinion after an ‘extensive review process.’ https://www.nytimes.com/live/2022/05/03/us/roe-wade-abortion-supreme-court#biden-calls-for-legislation-to-enshrine-abortion-rights

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53 – 47. When Will Ron Johnson Get Tired Of Being On The Wrong Side Of History?

53 to 47 was the final Senate vote in approving Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson’s nomination to the Supreme Court of the United States. It was basically along partisan lines save for three ‘moderate’ Republicans. It shouldn’t have been anywhere near this close. It should have been a given. Judge Brown…

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Thursday Afternoon Humor: Mansplained.

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Vice President Pence Has Absolutely No Respect For Women

just ask Susan Page (tonight’s moderator).

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