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Publication:Waukesha Freeman (Conley); Date:Aug 4, 2011; Section:Opinion; Page Number:8A Dems using recalls to try to regain Senate Word Thompson running for U.S. Senate indicates end of recall season in sight We are finally getting to the end of the recall election season. How do I know? Dave Blaska in Isthmus wrote, “Tommy Thompson is IN. […]

Despite a general decline in the thoughtfulness and general quality of Jay Bullock’s blog folkbum, he is still one of the leading liberal bloggers in the state. The decline of folkbum can be traced directly to his decision to bring additional bloggers. Last week, one of the other bloggers at Bullock’s blog, “Bert,” really drove […]

“To me the saddest part is that the whole mission of that station has been to have a forum for the African-American community and other people in the community who don’t think that other radio stations who concentrate on angry, middle-aged white guys represent what’s really going on.” – Joel McNally, who just happens to […]

On “Backstory” today on WMCS-AM, former UW-Milwaukee Professor and former Crazy Sheperd columnist Dave Berkman repeatedly called Arizona Senator John McCain “an anachronism.” Berkman calling anyone an anachronism is like me calling someone “fat.” Print this entry

On “Backstory” today on WMCS-AM, former UW-Milwaukee Professor and former Crazy Sheperd columnist Dave Berkman repeatedly called Arizona Senator John McCain “an anachronism.” Berkman calling anyone an anachronism is like me calling someone “fat.” Print this entry

Were you listening to the Eric Von show on WMCS-AM between 4:30pm and 5:00pm Tuesday afternoon? I don’t spend a large amount of time here talking about what I heard on talk radio, partly because so much of it many of you have heard already. And partly, too, because I tend to switch back and […]

Were you listening to the Eric Von show on WMCS-AM between 4:30pm and 5:00pm Tuesday afternoon? I don’t spend a large amount of time here talking about what I heard on talk radio, partly because so much of it many of you have heard already. And partly, too, because I tend to switch back and […]