Proponent of slavery invited to “Tea Party” rally in Wausau

While some folks in the “Tea Party” movement have tried disavow any links to racism, others certainly seem to be going out of their way to cater to those racist elements within the movement. Organizers of a tea party rally in Wausau next week invited John Eidsmoe, an Alabama author…

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2009 spring election results

The results are in, and it’s been a good night. In the two statewide races, Justice Shirley Abrahamson prevailed over Judge Randy Koschnick for a seat on the State Supreme Court, and Tony Evers prevailed over Rose Fernandez and will be the state’s next Superintendent of Public Instruction. Closer to…

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So this is what constitutes a “clean campaign?”

Down at the bottom of Judge Randy Koschnick’s Supreme Court campaign website, there’s a clean campaign ticker counting down the days since Judge Koschnick invited Chief Justice Shirley Abrahamson to sign a clean campaign pledge. According to Judge Koschnick’s website, Judge Koschnick “said he believes the two can disagree while…

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Koschnick running illegal ad?

Take a look at the ad being run by Randy Koschnick’s campaign (it’s on the right hand side of the image) and tell me if you see anything wrong with it: Did you see anything wrong with the ad? If you said that his ad doesn’t have a disclaimer (along…

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The perks of being clerk (to the chief judge)

It’s no secret Judge Randy Koschnick isn’t well-liked by his peers in the Jefferson County courthouse, and among the reasons cited for some of the discontent is the special treatment given by Koschnick to his staff. In a letter written by Jefferson County Judge John Ullsvik to Administrator Gary Petre…

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Randy Koschnick wants a clean campaign…

…really, he does! The only problem with Judge Koschnick’s “clean campaign” pledge is the fact that his own campaign is not abiding by it, as evidenced by a recent mailing: The Rule of Law is vanishing quietly as the Office of the Chief Justice transforms the Wisconsin Supreme Court into…

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Koschnick endorsed by cop killer

This just speaks for itself: in a letter sent from prison to The Associated Press, notorious cop killer Ted Oswald endorsed Judge Randy Koschnick‚Äôs candidacy for the Wisconsin Supreme Court. Needless to say, Oswald’s endorsement of Koschnick locks up the cop killer vote block for Koschnick…

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Koschnick: campaigning on state time?

A little over a week ago, I wrote about how Judge Randy Koschnick has been using his office phone to make calls to organizations like the Wisconsin Family Council and a representative from Wisconsin Right to Life, presumably in regards to his burgeoning Supreme Court candidacy, and just a few…

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Isn’t he supposed to be nonpartisan?!?

Isn’t the upcoming Wisconsin Supreme Court race supposed to be nonpartisan? I ask because it sure seems like judge Randy Koschnick isn’t afraid to fly his flag as a proud Republican. Case in point is his recent appearance at an event on February 8th to rally GOP members from Green,…

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What’s Randy Koschnick been up to?

When judge Randy Koschnick isn’t busy making rulings on traffic citations that get overturned on appeal, he apparently likes to spend his free time in his chambers making phone calls. Now I’m sure you’re probably wondering why Randy Koschnick’s in-chambers activities are something worth discussing, but thanks to some heads-up…

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