Friday, October 21st, 2016

Roberts’ decision may be remembered along with the Dred Scott decision as a moment when the Supreme Court’s actions spurred a nascent political movement to transform the country. From the abolitionists and the birth of the Republican Party to the Tea Party and the rebirth of the Republican Party, the cry is for “Liberty!” and it must start this November.

Publication:Waukesha Freeman (Conley); Date:Jun 28, 2012; Section:Opinion; Page Number:8A Dealing with thugs at the library Is Milwaukee all wet on water? I’m back from my travels and about to get into my summer reading. Time to clear the desk and get rid of a few pesky items that have accumulated. * * * On Tuesday […]

As the recount goes on in the 21st state senate district, it just looks uglier and uglier in Racine. This is from a press release from the Van Wanggaard campaign: Today, Recount observers in Racine discovered that ballot bags for 9 of the 36 city of Racine wards were sealed on election night, reopened, and […]

Quote of the day: Any wonder that John Roberts is from BUFFALO!? Wide right, dummy. — Steve Czaban (@czabe) June 28, 2012 Print this entry

This is the statement released by Governor Scott Walker’s office today: I continue to oppose ObamaCare. One of my first acts as Governor was to authorize Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen to add Wisconsin to the federal lawsuit opposing ObamaCare. Wisconsin will not take any action to implement ObamaCare. I am hopeful that political changes […]

And it will be a welcome relief. Scenes from outside the Supreme Court: belly dancing demonstrators dancing to what sounds like Kenny G. #SCOTUS — Dan Szematowicz (@CNNDan) June 28, 2012 Print this entry

WISN’s Jay Weber gives Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele and Milwaukee Mayor some advice about dealing with supervisors and aldermen that are blocking businesses from developing in Milwaukee. In the mix, he quotes from an article I wrote for the MacIver Institute on the Park East situation. By the way, WISN has made it really […]

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Nora Ephron died today from pneumonia brought on by leukemia. She was 71. Ephron will forever be remembered as the writer behind Sleepless in Seattle and When Harry Met Sally. There is a political side to the Ephron story, as well. One of Ephron’s husbands was Carl Bernstein, and Ephron was one of the earliest sources […]

An he had been a dog that should have howled thus, they would have hanged him: and I pray God his bad voice bode no mischief. I had as lief have heard the night-raven, come what plague could have come after it. Much Ado About Nothing, Act II, Scene 3 Emily Mills is reporting on […]