Dave Blaska

We remember Wiggie

Even if he had never served in public office, he would have been one of the best-known personalities in the Madison area for operating Wiggie’s tavern at 1901 Aberg Avenue, in the shadow of the now-shuttered Oscar Mayer plant, where he was once a proud worker and union steward.

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Paul Ryan: A smart and decent public servant

Our acquaintances on the Left are not the only ones exposing their bilious natures today at the retirement of Paul Ryan from public life. Too many of my fellow conservatives are bidding good riddance to what they call a RINO — a Republican in name only. Most of whom never bothered to run for elective office or made much of a difference if they did.

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@WILL on Twitter

9 hours ago
These are the times I’m very proud to be a @WILawLiberty alumnus. Because of their efforts Wisconsinites will be able to safely attend #EasterWeekend services, albeit in vehicles ... in a parking lot. #COVID #wiright https://t.co/s0RJ2TUOmU
11 hours ago
“We are grateful that Governor Evers issued a prompt statement to help clarify the ‘Safer at Home’ order does not prohibit drive-up religious services. We hope that local officials take notice of this and immediately cease all attempts to prohibit such services." @RickEsenberg https://t.co/Eye1jCBW8h
11 hours ago
NEW: @GovEvers confirms drive-up religious services are legal.

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Countdown to Democratic National Convention

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