Wednesday, October 26th, 2016

WEAC has surrendered control to their baser instincts in the campaign for Superintendent of the Department of Public Instruction. Their candidate, Tony Evers, must not be inspiring too much confidence at WEAC headquarters for them to sink so low as to actually photo shop a picture of Evers’ opponent, Rose Fernandez, to make her appear […]

The Central Intelligence Agency is stepping up recruiting efforts. Being a spy may involve assumed identities and coded messages, but becoming a spy isn’t exactly top-secret business. These days, in fact, all you have to do if you’re interested in this particular career path is turn up your radio. The CIA is running ads on […]

President Barack Obama decided this weekend to fire the CEO of General Motors, Rick Wagoner, and is about to change the board of directors. How can this be, you might ask? After all, General Motors is a publicly held company, not an arm of the United States government. Silly me. I made the same mistake, […]

Mickey Kaus, on his blog at Slate, publishes a thread from the infamous “Journolist,” the liberal media e-mail discussion group trying to stay private and off the record. If this is the best Peretz’s critics can come up with, he has nothing to fear from these intellectual lightweights. Heck, I can be harsher and more […]

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State Supreme Court Chief Justice Shirley Abrahamson may claim to be devoid of a judicial philosophy but she has the power to see the future. …the release came out more than four hours before Abrahamson debates challenger Randy Koschnick, a Jefferson County Circuit Court judge. (The release was sent to reporters at 2:30 but embargoed […]

Blogger Owen Robinson decided to risk his innocent ears to attend the meeting about the controversial “Young Adult” books at the West Bend Library. I admit that I’ve been a bit tepid on this issue, but I’m off the fence now. Basically, there are a bunch of books in the 11-17 year-old section that have […]

Different takes on Carl Orff’s Carmina Burana:I’m guessing Dad29 and Kelin Olson will get the biggest kicks out of this. And I thought this film adaptation of In Taberna was interesting. Print this entry

In about 20 minutes, residents of West Bend will be meeting to discuss the appropriateness of some of the books in the library. The meeting will be in the school gym at Silverbrook Middle School at 6:30 p.m. Parents are asked not to bring their children because of the nature of the discussion. The meeting […]