Saturday, December 10th, 2016

On the Koschnick-Abrahamson race, Jim Rowen engages in some wonderful projection: If these one-note conservative ideologues keep it up we’ll end up with appointed, not elected, Justices. The public, nauseated, will demand it. Um, Jim? If the public keeps voting for conservatives, why would the public demand justices get their seats by appointment? Or is […]

Because of a reference to Lee Holloway as “Wile Lee Holloway“, competing pickets have formed outside the headquarters of the blog No Runny Eggs. PETA members and Warner Brothers cartoon characters are both protesting the blog’s association of a thug like Holloway with the noble coyote (PETA) and cartoon characters. PETA spokesmammal Sandi Madhen accused […]

James Rowen notes the Cap Times Mike Ivey’s attempts to find a brand image for Wisconsin (“ash tray of the midwest”, “the state that doesn’t care about the Great Lakes”) and suggests a motto he claims is inspired by WMAC, “Wisconsin. You Won’t Like It Here.” Hahahaha. Problem is, Dane County Executive and general scold […]

James Rowen notes the Cap Times Mike Ivey’s attempts to find a brand image for Wisconsin (“ash tray of the midwest”, “the state that doesn’t care about the Great Lakes”) and suggests a motto he claims is inspired by WMAC, “Wisconsin. You Won’t Like It Here.” Hahahaha. Problem is, Dane County Executive and general scold […]

Owen Robinson celebrates the state assembly’s failure to pass the Great Lakes Water Compact during the most recent session. Good. The Republican majority in the state Assembly tonight blocked an effort by Democrats to hold a vote on the Great Lakes compact. There is no reason that Wisconsin should surrender its water policy to the […]

Owen Robinson celebrates the state assembly’s failure to pass the Great Lakes Water Compact during the most recent session. Good. The Republican majority in the state Assembly tonight blocked an effort by Democrats to hold a vote on the Great Lakes compact. There is no reason that Wisconsin should surrender its water policy to the […]

Jim Rowen wonders if conservatives suffer from a malady he found in the pages of the Washington Post, Empathy Deficiency Disorder. To test his pop psychology theory, he asks his conservative readers to comment on the story (as a Rorshach test) of an elderly woman who lost a large sum of money as “lost property” […]

Jim Rowen wonders if conservatives suffer from a malady he found in the pages of the Washington Post, Empathy Deficiency Disorder. To test his pop psychology theory, he asks his conservative readers to comment on the story (as a Rorshach test) of an elderly woman who lost a large sum of money as “lost property” […]