Tuesday, October 25th, 2016

Before you go to the grocery store to buy the supplies to make kiddies’ lunches next week, beware the tuna. The most alarming of the recent study’s findings were that some children, called “tuna lovers” by the authors, may be getting dangerously high doses of mercury, because they are simply eating too much canned tuna. […]

The city of Waukesha’s relatively new city administrator Ed Henschel has issued a memo to the Common Council explaining his actions in taking over the functions of the Business Improvement District and attempting delay forever the appointment of new board members. The memo was included as a late addition to the Common Council packet for […]

On Facebook tonight, we got to see the maturity level of the state chairman of the Democratic Party of Wisconsin:   Seriously Democrats, how long are you going to let your party be run by juvenile delinquents? (By the way, I’m guessing that “400 years old” former Governor Tommy Thompson could kick Mikey’s butt.) Print […]

“There’s only one person in the world who’s going to decide what I’m going to do and that’s me…” – Charles Foster Kane Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Columnist Eugene Kane has accepted the buyout instead and is leaving the newspaper, although they are going to continue to run a weekly column by him. It’s probably for […]

Tonight is the first debate between former Governor Tommy Thompson and Congressman Tammy Baldwin. The close race is not what Tommy! partisans should have expected, but it’s reality.

On Thursday, University of Virginia Larry Sabato’s Crystal Ball report moved the race from “leans Republican” to “toss up.”

My posting of a statement from the Waukesha City Attorney’s office is generating some buzz, but one point is being overlooked and it needs to be addressed. Mayor Jeff Scrima’s claim that City Attorney Curt Meitz says the BID has ceased to exist does not match what Meitz told me. From the Waukesha Freeman on 9/28/12: […]

Former Waukesha Freeman columnist Pete Kennedy was at Monday night’s football game in Seattle and gave a report of what he experienced. So here are a few things that stood out about the play and the aftermath: Not once did they show a replay of that last play at the stadium. After the play, the […]

Publication:Waukesha Freeman (Conley); Date:Sep 27, 2012; Section:Opinion; Page Number:8A     Seattle stew Packers game reminds us life isn’t fair (James Wigderson is a blogger publishing at http://www.wigderson.com and a Waukesha resident. His column runs Thursdays in The Freeman.)      The final play of the Packers-Seahawks Monday Night Football game was one of those rare moments […]

Waukesha City Attorney Curt Meitz answered some of my questions about the current status of the Business Improvement District (BID) and the decision by the City Administrator Ed Henschel to allow Ron Lostetter to continue managing the BID’s finances: Mr. Wigderson: In response to your inquiry, our office has not written an opinion on the […]

From this morning’s Waukesha Freeman: {City Administrator Ed} Henschel said he took possession of all the keys to the BID’s downtown office, which is closed to the public but may occasionally be staffed by Wendy Copeland, whom the BID board voted to hire on a part-time basis. Henschel said all the BID’s calls, mail and […]