Saturday, August 24th, 2019

The Utah and Arizona primaries are on Tuesday and then the entire world turns its eyes to Wisconsin for the April 5th primary. How the delegates are allocated will play a role in determining how many delegates Senator Ted Cruz, Donald Trump and Governor John Kasich will each get. Utah is expected to go for […]

While we’re at it, let’s ban talk like, “Behind enemy lines.” Rep. Van Hollen used MSNBC to claim Palin’s map was dangerous. In fact, the website of the organization he runs has a nearly identical map. Rep. Van Hollen should be asked to explain the differences between the two maps. Specifically, what makes Palin’s map […]

And as Ben Smith at Politico is reporting, Jared Loughner left a bit of a social media trail that may give some insight into his troubled mind. The police have named a suspect in the shooting of Gabriel Giffords, Jared Loughner. A person under that name has a YouTube account that includes suggestions of anti-government political […]

I realize that the temptation is to instantly politicize the tragic shootings for political gain.  Dave Weigel at Slate tried to actually make such politicization acceptable: Nobody wants to talk politics right now. But this was an assassination or an attempted assassination; it’s inherently political. Last year, some Republican politicians used Second Amendment references (remember […]

Arizona Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords (Dem) was shot by a lone gunman at a public appearance in Tuscon.  Several others, numbers have varied, have been injured.  There are conflicting reports on Giffords’ status. It’s too early to speculate on the gunman’s motive or the circumstances, and we won’t engage in that here.  I would strongly caution […]

Publication: Waukesha Freeman (Conley); Date: May 13, 2010; Section: Opinion; Page: 10A Republicans should drink some tea Rove poor choice for state party dinner speaker (James Wigderson is a blogger publishing at and a Waukesha resident. His column runs Thursdays in The Freeman.) It seems like yesterday I started getting emails from people talking […]

Our old friend Huckleberry sends us this note: Dateline: Yuma, AZ “A ribbon-cutting ceremony will be held at 10 a.m. Friday, Nov. 20, at the corner of 11th Street and Madison Avenue. Mayor Larry Nelson, councilmembers Paul Johnson and Ema Lea Shoop, and City Administrator Mark Watson will be in attendance along with some of […]

Ann Althouse video recorded the entire “Peace March” through Madison today. It reminded me of the sham gunfights I saw in Tombstone, Arizona, to show off for the tourists. Except the gunfights were more entertaining. I miss the hippy protestors from the 1980s. Remember the Pershing missile debate? Now those were protestors. This bunch looks […]