Tuesday, October 24th, 2017

Owen Robinson calls BS on the school lunch program numbers.  I always liked the mock chicken legs.  The Appleton Post-Crescent (aka, the Appleton Half-Moon) lists the problems at the state treasurer’s office, but stops short of suggesting Sass should be removed. Rick Esenberg tackles the Gableman question, is it enough not to lie?  We’ll see […]

This is when most bloggers put out their endorsements, something from which I abstain for the most part. Still, some races are worth last-minute commentary. Out of personal friendship I wish Mike Mathias well tomorrow in his race for Milwaukee School Board. While Mike and I rarely agree politically, Mike is a very thoughtful person […]

This is just classic. Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Shirley Abrahamson raked in over $11,000 in donations from members of a law firm with a malpractice case before the court. Abrahamson did not disclose the donations to the parties involved in the case. Abrahamson has not disclosed the donations from members of the firm, Cannon & […]

In Friday’s Waukesha Freeman, Scot Ross of the organization with the Fascist-sounding name, One Wisconsin Now, attempts to take issue with my January 22nd Waukesha Freeman column, “Supremely different.” In that column I argue, The concern should be less about Koschnick’s defense of a criminal {Ted Oswald} as a defense attorney than whether Koschnick would […]

Let’s take a last look back at 2008 at the eight events that shaped Wisconsin and Waukesha. Waukesha’s Big Eight: 1. The Flood. How often does a city emergency come up where a city handles it well? 2. The Great Lakes Water Compact passes, complete with a process for Waukesha to apply for a diversion. […]

Last year’s Christmas Party was so successful we’re doing it again this year. The Cheddarsphere Blogger Christmas Party will be on Sunday December the 28th from noon until whenever at Papa’s Social Club, 7718 W. Burleigh Milwaukee. You never know who you might meet at the party. (Left to right: James Wigderson, Fred Dooley, Wisconsin […]

McCarthyism. This Fraley, borrowing from the worst of the Communists, under the guise of freedom, allows the accused of making choices, choices from his limited world view. Butler’s loss to Gableman has certainly caused some strange results on the Left. Print this entry

Former Madison Mayor Paul Soglin, paid agent of the forces of darkness to try to defeat WMC, is engaging in voter suppression.As Edward B. Foley, Director of Election Law, Moritz College of Law noted: Voters can be prevented from potentially voting for the other candidate (1) by direct threats of intimidation, (2) by suppressing turnout […]

I learned from him the bearing of a true professional man, the respect for opposing views, the value of informed argument and fair play. Mike Plaisted, April 2nd The classless, gloating radio and blog wing-nuts are having great fun this week grinding the salt of Louis Butler’s defeat into the open wounds of Wisconsin’s lost […]

Well, give her credit. Even at her age, she’s willing to rumble. Wisconsin Supreme Court Chief Justice Shirley Abrahamson has declared she will run for re-election next year. Shirley Abrahamson, chief justice of the Wisconsin Supreme Court, said on Thursday morning she plans to run for re-election next year. “I will run and will work […]