Friday, October 28th, 2016

Senator Jon Kyl of Arizona talks about his wife’s small business and how she has had to lay people off. Senator Lamar Alexander talks about how the credit crunch affects the auto industry. Senator Judd Gregg of New Hampshire talks about the real loss to 401k savings and IRA accounts. Print this entry

No McCain, no hamburgers. My Friends, We are in the greatest financial crisis of our lifetimes. Congressional inaction has put every American and the entire economy at the gravest risk. Yesterday the country and the world looked to Washington for leadership, and Congress once again came up empty-handed. I am disappointed at the lack of […]

Rasmussen has Senator Obama up 51% to 45% in their first daily tracking poll based entirely on results since the first debate. They have also moved Florida into the toss-up category. New state polling from Florida has moved that state from “Leans Republicant” to “Toss-up” in the Rasmussen Reports Balance of Power Calculator. With this […]

Brett Favre’s 6 touchdown performance will be re-broadcast tomorrow night on the NFL Network. Afterwards the NFL Network plans to show a disaster film. Print this entry

On the failed bailout vote, Rich Lowry at National Review Online: This vote was just two days from being an “October Surprise.” I don’t know if McCain’s campaign can survive the day’s events, but every day this drags on hurts him. While some House members may have saved their seats today, every Republican vote against […]

A left-wing activist commenting here explains that a violent, racist attack on someone fighting for civil rights in the 1960s is the equivalent of the nineteen-month difference of opinion between JB Van Hollen and the Government Acccountability Board. Nineteen months difference between the point where the GAB would enforce the law and the point the […]

Author Phil Hanrahan, researching a book on life after Brett Favre in Green Bay, was looking for Dallas Cowboys fans from Dallas who were in Green Bay for the game: “So far the only Cowboys fan at Lambeau I’ve made contact with happened to be from Wisconsin, of all places. Poor guy got a beer […]

Nothing says idiot politicians like a school board.  The Milwaukee School Board and their Superintendent of Schools William Andrekopoulos decided to explore dissolving the Milwaukee Public Schools in order to shake everybody up.  Or was it a shake down?  Either way, they were surprised when the community responded, “Okay, you quit.  We can’t do any […]

AFTER TWENTY-SIX YEARS. Print this entry

Milwaukee baseball fans finally got what they wanted. For the first time in 26 years, we have a baseball team playing in their final game of the season for a chance to go to the playoffs. Three million fans got to see playoff level baseball. At times its been frustrating – even more frustrating than […]