Saturday, July 20th, 2019

In response to President Barack Obama’s proposal to give two years of a community college education to nearly everyone, Nick Novak of the MacIver Institute issued this statement: “President Obama’s plan to pay for the first two years of community college for every student can be chalked up to a political ploy that serves no other […]

If you were at the 2014 RightWomen Awards Dinner, you either had a really good time or you tried desperately hard not to. Hosted by RightWisconsin (where I am a contributor, of course), the party at the Pfister was a great evening for Wisconsin conservatives. The announced honoree for the evening was Wisconsin’s First Lady […]

Scot Ross of the fascist-sounding One Wisconsin Now again repeated the lie that the billboards indicating the penalties for vote fraud were only placed near minority communities. He told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, “Perhaps their Chicago public relations firm could answer why the Einhorns only felt it was necessary to target legal voters in minority […]

Brace yourself. Here’s hoping that Kevin Binversie is right and that Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett’s release of internal poll numbers without any poll internals is a desperate move. Kristen Soltis, director of policy research and pollster for the Washington, D.C.-based Winston Group and contributor to the Huffington Post’s, defended the Barrett campaign and We […]

Kevin Binversie took a longer view at the Daily Kos poll numbers in the Wisconsin Senate districts that are up for recall. The news isn’t good for Democrats. The only close race so far is in Racine, the rematch between former Senator John Lehman (D) (46%) and current Senator Van Wang­gaard (R) (48%). This isn’t […]

Some liberals are trying to distract from the online death threat directed towards Governor Scott Walker by pointing to a Twitter post by Kevin Binversie that was supposedly threatening to recall petition gatherers. As Binversie carefully explains, the context was a case of continuing a thought by State Senators Chris Larson and Mark Miller to […]

Rick Esenberg with the must-read on the redistricting controversy: The elephant in the room is the pending recall elections. Democrats seem to think they have a right to defer redistricting until after the recalls hoping that they can flip the Senate and create divided government, pushing redistricting into the courts. But there is no legal […]

Our friend Kevin catches up the rule-breakers getting punished for skipping school and encouraging others to quit school. The head of the union in Oshkosh got his hand slapped. Also, school districts in Northeast Wisconsin are now coming down with their punishments for those teachers who did protest in Madison. Kimberly is adding a day […]

If I have one pet peeve, it’s the number of bloggers and others that won’t simply just ask a question before running to their keyboards. It’s too hard for them to send an e-mail or make a phone call to ask someone a question. Today’s example, Zach Wisniewski at Blogging Blue took a swipe at […]

Previously unknown businessman Ron Johnson just won the endorsement of the Republican Party of Wisconsin at their convention today. Blogger Kevin Binversie posted on Twitter Johnson received 63.9% of the vote on the second round of balloting. This has to be terrible news for businessman Terrence Wall who failed to gain traction in his race […]