Sunday, December 11th, 2016

Congratulations to the Mukwonago Indians and their fans.They stood up to the forces of Political Correctness and won. They may not have been the state champions in football this year, but they’re definitely champions off the field. Here is the press release from Governor Scott Walker: Governor Scott Walker Signs Assembly Bill 297 into Law […]

Waukesha Freeman, Thursday, October 24, 2013 Page A8 Opinion On Saturday I was in Mukwonago to see the seventh-grade Mukwonago Braves play football. The boys lost but my son’s friend had a good game. Some Mukwonago residents received free samples of Penzeys Spices and a letter from Bill Penzey asking the residents to oppose the […]

Assembly moves to save Indians  More offensive things to worry about Waukesha Freeman Page A6  Opinion  October 17, 2013 We’re getting closer to saving the Mukwonago Indians. The state Assembly voted on Tuesday to change the law that allows the Department of Public Instruction to decide on the basis of one complaint that a school’s […]

The Mukwonago school district is trying to defend its good name, the Indians, from the Department of Public Instruction’s order to change it. While some in the state legislature are trying to change the law, I’ve learned from sources in the Assembly that Speaker Robin Vos is opposed to taking up the issue. It’s a […]

Two headlines on the front page of today’s Waukesha Freeman: Indians Nickname Ruling Overturned No Homecoming Court at Arrowhead Today I don’t know if Judge Donald Hassin’s ruling will stand but fortunately it’s going to take more than one stupid law on the books to erase Native American imagery from our culture. Print this entry

“Chieftains” are no more. (Thks: Owen) The Osseo-Fairchild School District in western Wisconsin was ordered Tuesday to drop its Chieftains nickname and logo after the state determined it was race-based and promoted discrimination and harassment. The state Department of Public Instruction’s first-of-its-kind order comes under a new state law that went into effect in May. […]