Wednesday, October 26th, 2016

Publication:Waukesha Freeman (Conley); Date:Sep 2, 2010; Section:Opinion; Page Number:10A A no-reason recall Alderwoman Peggy Bull facing unjustified recall election (James Wigderson is a blogger publishing at and a Waukesha resident. His column runs Thursdays in The Freeman.) In Waukesha’s 7th Aldermanic District, Alderwoman Peggy Bull is facing a possible recall for reasons nobody can […]

The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel is reporting John Kalblinger is running in the recall election of Waukesha Alderman Peggy Bull. Kalbinger is off to a poor start by putting Frank Greuel on his campaign committee, although I guess that is to be expected. It will be interesting to see what Kalbinger proposes to do about the […]

Or how about this whopper: Scrima announced Tuesday night that he would work with the city attorney to prevent any more sex offenders from moving into the city.

I whispered to state Rep. Bill Kramer sitting in front of me, “Well, your job is done.”

If a mayor and the city attorney could stop sex offenders from moving into Waukesha, it would have happened by now. Cities are able to impose reasonable restrictions (as Waukesha has) but ultimately the state and the courts determine in which city the sex offender lives.

Scrima either doesn’t understand the issue, or he’s just trying to shamelessly pander again.

The Libertarian Party sinks to a new low: When members of the San Bernardino County Libertarian Party elected Matthew Barnes as the group’s vice chairman for 2010, they knew he was a registered sex offender. “The members of the party that voted for him, they voted for him knowing he had completed his time and […]

Good news for the sexual predators up the street. That is, I think they’re still up the street. Maybe. Anybody know where the sexual predators are? As part of his budget, Governor Doyle would reduce the monitoring for many sexual offenders from active real-time monitoring to passive after-the-fact monitoring. Instead of an alert being sent […]