Saturday, December 10th, 2016

Okay, it’s been awhile. The irony of writing as much as I do is that it means I write less here at the Wigderson Library & Pub. But as we settle into a post-vacation regime around here, expect to see more postings here, including links to my writing at Watchdog (my full-time home), MacIver, The […]

I see one of the stalkers banned from my site is complaining about a) he’s still banned, and b) I don’t ban certain kinds of ads. Here is my advice about ads on websites. They often track to the visitor’s past history. So if you don’t want to see those kinds of ads when you […]

I just wanted to take a moment to thank the many people who sent the kind thoughts after my recent visit to the emergency room. Some painful twinges since then, but no repeat performance of the pain that sent me to the hospital, thankfully. I also wanted to thank the many people who offered their […]

Well, I don’t have Owen Robinson to kick around anymore. Ten years of blogging and he’s calling it quits. Who will forget such great commentary from Owen such as, “neat.” Then there was the pithy, “interesting.” The immortal, “Wow.” And the all-time classic, “yikes.” I make fun of Owen, but as someone who has been […]

Congratulations to our friend and Wisconsin expatriate Sean Hackbarth for winning the 2013 Non-Profit Blogger of the Year award at CPAC. Sean wrote for many years, “The American Mind” blog, before moving out to Washington DC. He know blogs on the importance of free trade and free markets at the US Chamber of Commerce’s The […]

I am getting better, thanks for asking. Last week was one long, rough week. Always could have been worse. We’ll try to see more posts this week. Print this entry

Jack Craver in the Capital Times wrote about an effort to replace the old gatekeeping system of who gets Capitol press credentials with a new gatekeeping system. If that sounds ridiculous to you, you’re not one of the gate keepers. The Wisconsin Capitol Correspondents Board, which is in the process of being set up to […]

I’ll be logged on tonight as a special panelist at Patch.com’s live blog election coverage. You can follow along right here, too. I’ll be on as soon as I return from the polls at a ward in the key county of Waukesha, Wisconsin. Live Blog: Election Day 2012 Print this entry

Patch.com will be running an Election Day blog starting at 3:00 PM CST, and unless something dramatic changes I will be participating as a “special panelist” starting at 6:00 PM.  I’ll share more details as I get them. I’ll also be blogging right here on this site, and I will be on Twitter and Facebook. […]

Fifteen years is a long time. As you search through the liberal blogs looking for interesting tidbits about me, some of them will bring up a get-out-the-vote mailing I did fifteen years ago. Five years ago I wrote a blog post about it. I fought the state elections board to a standstill for four years. […]