Saturday, August 24th, 2019

Disgraced former Democratic Party communications director Graeme Zielinski has been slowly returning to Twitter but modestly has avoided any mention of his recent performance in front of the camera: The best part, as others have noted, is at 12:18 when Zielinski is not being cooperative about blowing in the breathalyzer. Zielinski asked the state trooper, […]

You have to appreciate the irony. After all of his false accusations of criminal activity, former Democratic Party spokesman Graeme Zielinski is facing a charge for third time driving while intoxicated. Caught drinking like a Cubs fan.   Say it ain’t so, Grammy. Did Democratic Party Chairman Mike Tate know about Zielinski’s two prior drunk […]

If you’re Democratic candidate for mayor of New York City Anthony Weiner, how does your campaign react to the cover of The New Yorker? It’s not like you can ask the campaign manager for a statement. So here’s the real question. What do New York Democrats do now? Do they stand by their man? You’ll […]

Graeme Zielinski leaving the Democratic Party to write a book (probably the Daffy Duck coloring book) can only mean one thing, a return to Twitter. The Lord hears the cries of the poor. Blessed be the Lord. — Graeme Zielinski (@gjzielinski) May 19, 2013   …because Jerry Springer isn’t nearly as entertaining. Meanwhile, the genius […]

Democrats only like minorities when minorities think like Democrats. So much for the diversity party. In South Carolina: The latest insensitive and arguably racist public utterance coming from the supposed party of tolerance and compassion comes from a Democrat in South Carolina. But not just any Democrat. This one is Dick Harpootlian, the Chairman of […]

      From the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (Zielinski’s former newspaper) Recall organizers in January submitted 931,053 signatures against Walker, and the accountability board staff has now determined 900,938 of them are valid, according to memos released Thursday. For Kleefisch, 842,854 were submitted and 808,990 were deemed valid. Wouldn’t you just love to find out what […]

My daughter saw my wallet on the kitchen table and opened it up. “There’s a dollar in here.” “Yes, I know.” She went to her bedroom and got the wallet out that she got for Christmas. She brought it back to the kitchen table. “Can I put your dollar in my wallet?” she asked. “No. […]

Mike Tate has formally announced his intention to run for re-election as DPW chairman. In the press release posted at, Tate lists all of his accomplishments as the state chairman for the Democratic Party. The good news for Tate is that he already has the endorsement of every Republican who ran for office and […]

Publication: Waukesha Freeman (Conley); Date: Jun 3, 2010; Section: Opinion; Page: 10A Good intentions gone wrong Insurance mandates will hurt residents (James Wigderson is a blogger publishing at and a Waukesha resident. His column runs Thursdays in The Freeman.) The Democrats will be gathering for their state convention a week from tomorrow in Madison. […]

Somebody will have to let me know if it’s okay for a writer covering an event to help himself to the free doughnuts. I spent Saturday morning listening to Tom Beebe of the Wisconsin Alliance for Excellent Schools describe a “crisis” in education funding in the state and suggest, purely as a band-aid measure, raising […]