Instead of the heckler’s veto, the anti-cop social justice warriors employed physical intimidation Wednesday at Madison Metro School District headquarters.Read More
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.Read More
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.Read More
Make no mistake about it. In Tuesday’s state supreme court race, Michael Screnock is the conservative and Rebecca Dallet is the liberal. The difference between the two is whether one interprets the law as written (Screnock) or as one would wish the law to be written (Dallet).Read More
Regrettably, Professor Robinson is unable to expunge her damnable skin color. (Out, damned spot! Out, I say!) To compensate, she rushes the ramparts with full-throated progressive advocacy.Read More
While the Madison School Board considers expelling police from its four high schools, our classrooms are being disrupted in the name of racial equity.Read More
The Capital Times takes as its sacred mission to “consign Scott Walker to the dustbin of history.”Read More
Everyone else must report to Big Government for permission to speak, what they may say, when they may say it, and with whom they may converse.Read More
Unlike New Orleans, there is no general resplendent in uniform riding high on a pedestal astride a snorting and stamping horse. Confederates Rest is quiet, simple, and sorrowful.Read More
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His leadership and decades of service to the people of Wisconsin helped make our state a national leader in reform. Mike’s stories were as famous as his political skills. He will be greatly missed.
My condolences go out to his wife Sandy and his family.