Friday, December 9th, 2016

The other day I posted a couple of thoughts of my own and an excerpt from an interesting blog post about the sexual abuse story involving the Duggar family. In the Morning Jolt email newsletter from Jim Geraghty, he has a slightly different take on the Duggar situation that’s worth reading. Here’s part: There’s a fair question […]

Publication:Waukesha Freeman (Conley); Date:Jan 5, 2012; Section:Opinion; Page Number:6A     Caucus envy   Wisconsin’s turn in spotlight will come this fall (James Wigderson is a blogger publishing at http://www.wigderson.com and a Waukesha resident. His column runs Thursdays in The Freeman.)       I know what you were doing Tuesday night. Like me, you were hunkered down […]

Arizona Senator John McCain is the nominee. Huckabee is announcing his withdrawal from the race, proving his math isn’t that bad after all. Huckabee is calling for unity, and is grateful for the civil tone of the campaigns he and McCain ran. I’d never vote for him but part of me is going to miss […]

Arizona Senator John McCain is the nominee. Huckabee is announcing his withdrawal from the race, proving his math isn’t that bad after all. Huckabee is calling for unity, and is grateful for the civil tone of the campaigns he and McCain ran. I’d never vote for him but part of me is going to miss […]

Just a wild prediction first: I predict Democrats will have higher turnout than Republicans in Waukesha. Charlie Sykes predicted yesterday in an e-mail yesterday to National Review Online Senator McCain will win Wisconsin in November. I’ll take that wager. Now, for how I voted: I couldn’t vote for Hillary Clinton. Call it HRC derangement syndrome, […]

Just a wild prediction first: I predict Democrats will have higher turnout than Republicans in Waukesha. Charlie Sykes predicted yesterday in an e-mail yesterday to National Review Online Senator McCain will win Wisconsin in November. I’ll take that wager. Now, for how I voted: I couldn’t vote for Hillary Clinton. Call it HRC derangement syndrome, […]

In November, I’ll probably vote for Senator John McCain. But tomorrow I get to vote for whomever I want. Do I vote for the first amendment-killing, embryonic stem cell-destroying, Andy Jackson prototype? Or do I vote for the tax-hiking, God’s Law guy who doesn’t believe in evolution? Could be worse. I could be a Democrat […]

In November, I’ll probably vote for Senator John McCain. But tomorrow I get to vote for whomever I want. Do I vote for the first amendment-killing, embryonic stem cell-destroying, Andy Jackson prototype? Or do I vote for the tax-hiking, God’s Law guy who doesn’t believe in evolution? Could be worse. I could be a Democrat […]

In this week’s Waukesha Freeman column, I offer two thoughts on the upcoming election day. First, I take a look at the presidential campaigns invading Wisconsin: The politicians are coming. Illinois Sen. Barack Obama arrived Tuesday to speak in Madison. Chelsea Clinton arrived Monday to speak to University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee students. Former Arkansas Gov. Mike […]

Sorry to be the bearer of boring, anti-conspiracy news, but Byron York of National Review Online is on top of the Washington Caucus vote count. The story I get from officials in Washington is that they did not stop counting votes on Saturday – they stopped counting votes for the night. This is what happened: […]