Sunday, October 23rd, 2016

The Wigderson media empire continues to grow. This week over at, I am in the Watchdog Arena with an op-ed on why Wisconsin Attorney General Brad Schimel is not too concerned about billionaire former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg is dumping over $400,000 in ads in the Milwaukee and Madison media markets. Bloomberg is […]

Food wars: A new hope  Budget prevents food bans based on size, nutrition Waukesh Freeman June 27, 2013 Page A6 Opinion Some good news. The state budget is almost complete. Time to celebrate with a really big soda. One of the provisions of the state budget prevents local units of government from regulating food items […]

What? Waukesha didn’t win the Bloomberg prize? Even after Mayor Jeff Scrima went to Harvard and came up with the plan to add more smart people? Maybe Scrima should have gone back to his plan to dig tunnels under East Avenue. Print this entry

Mayor Bloomberg’s jumbo soda ban may have been temporarily stalled, but it gave me a topic for my first piece for (subscriber only – sorry). One of the leading national scolds is New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg. Bloomberg actually got the city to ban large sugary drinks over 16 ounces. The ban was […]

The reason for that law is that if more than 16oz of sugary soda is poured on Mayor Bloomberg, he’ll melt. — Frank J. Fleming (@IMAO_) March 11, 2013 Print this entry

Perhaps it’s appropriate on my wedding anniversary to discuss my wife’s breasts in this week’s op-ed for the MacIver Institute: If New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg has his way, hospitals will start treating baby formula like a controlled substance. Starting September 3rd, New York City hospitals will start locking away baby formula like it’s […]

Mayor bit by groundhog It’s okay Chuck. We’re not big fans of the mayor, either. Did anyone think Chuck might not be so edgy if the mayor didn’t take away his cigarettes? Print this entry