Monday, December 5th, 2016

Who would you trust with public safety decisions in Milwaukee County? pic.twitter.com/MniqML3MvT — Milwaukee Sheriff (@MCSOSheriff) October 22, 2013 Good to see the sheriff using his official Twitter account to look like a complete jerk. What’s next? A selfie of the sheriff’s penis? Print this entry

This is taken from the latest Wisconsin Club for Growth newsletter. The Many Faces of Governor Doyle With Governor Doyle proposing $2.2 billion in new taxes over the next two years, it causes one to wonder: Has Doyle ever made a promise he actually intended to keep, or has he simply counted on a deadbeat […]

Bruce Murphy of Milwaukee Magazine looks into the great five-star badge controversy (I commented on the issue in this post) and discovers something interesting: Bloggers have accused Sheriff David Clarke of spending $30,000 to replace the seven-pointed sheriffs’ badges with five-point stars. Why? Because Clarke has a five-point star tattoo. Is this true? I asked […]

Bruce Murphy of Milwaukee Magazine looks into the great five-star badge controversy (I commented on the issue in this post) and discovers something interesting: Bloggers have accused Sheriff David Clarke of spending $30,000 to replace the seven-pointed sheriffs’ badges with five-point stars. Why? Because Clarke has a five-point star tattoo. Is this true? I asked […]

Sheriff Clarke takes up the theme where I left off in responding to Governor Doyle’s proposed commission to study the incarceration of young black males in Wisconsin: Wisconsin’s criminal justice system does discriminate – against victims of crime, not criminal defendants. Watered-down sentences in exchange for plea bargains, finding excuses not to prosecute, low or […]

Sheriff Clarke takes up the theme where I left off in responding to Governor Doyle’s proposed commission to study the incarceration of young black males in Wisconsin: Wisconsin’s criminal justice system does discriminate – against victims of crime, not criminal defendants. Watered-down sentences in exchange for plea bargains, finding excuses not to prosecute, low or […]