Friday, October 21st, 2016

In case you missed it, the US Supreme Court decided not to hear an appeal by the Elmbrook school district. The court’s decision stops the school district from holding graduations at Elmbrook Church.  Here is what I wrote at the time the lawsuit was filed against having the graduation ceremonies at the church: I’m clearly not […]

Publication:Waukesha Freeman (Conley); Date:Jan 12, 2012; Section:Opinion; Page Number:6A     Cleaning up post-holiday to-do list  Lots of local issues to address in new year      Now that the holidays are over, it’s time to do a little cleanup work. My neighbors are probably in shock that my outdoor Christmas decorations are almost all put away. […]

State Representative Scott Newcomer’s troubles keep growing.  He now has another challenger for the Republican nomination, business owner Chris Kapenga.  From the press release: He is a Certified Public Accountant and owns Integrity Holdings, LLC, a business investment company.  Chris is acting President of Integrated Time Systems, LLC, which is an international provider of workforce time management solutions with over […]

The usual suspects are upset because some school districts hold their graduation ceremonies at Elmbrook Church. Rick Esenberg at Shark and Shepherd has a great blog post explaining the legal issues involved. The first is that the fact that AU expends resources on an issue like this should reassure us that theocracy is a long […]

Conservative blogger Dad29 is endorsing the upcoming Elmbrook school referendum for $62 million. The referendum has also been endorsed by Brookfield’s mayor and much of the city council. The current question is a much different one. The Administration found a group of “no”-voters, who gave up an enormous amount of their personal and professional time […]