Wednesday, August 21st, 2019

I sometimes think Trumpism is a mental disease: Look, it’s one thing to support Trump, and even those of us who were “Never Trump” hope for the best. But people calling themselves conservatives can’t ignore the evidence in front of their faces about the Alt-Right, especially when a racist is posting right in the comments. […]

Waukesha Freeman Thursday, 08/18/2016 Pag.A06 Opinion Trump will be Trump West Bend speech end of rational campaign As if southeastern Wisconsin hasn’t suffered enough in recent days, Sean Hannity of Fox News held a “town hall” event in Milwaukee Tuesday night with presidential candidate Donald Trump. It was probably modeled after the presenting of a […]

Waukesha Freeman Thursday, 08/11/2016 Page A06 Opinion Wisconsin GOP is the Ryan Party Bad night for Chris Larson Any discussion of Tuesday night’s election results has to begin with House Speaker Paul Ryan’s victory over recent transplant and alt-Right favorite Paul Nehlen. In the closing days of Nehlen’s campaign he even said there should be […]

Actual Breitbart headline: Here is the “fire” that was set: You can get a bigger crowd for a demonstration for a timeshare…  in Beloit. Print this entry

Ann Coulter re-tweets Breitbart re-tweeting Piers Morgan excusing Donald Trump’s campaign manager grabbing a reporter hard enough to allegedly leave bruises on her arm. That’s right, Piers Morgan. And Breitbart is willing to use a quote from him rather than defend their reporter. Print this entry

Don’t ask questions. Nope, don’t. “Trump acknowledged the question, but before he could answer I was jolted backwards,” she wrote. “Someone had grabbed me tightly by the arm and yanked me down. I almost fell to the ground, but was able to maintain my balance. Nonetheless, I was shaken.” The Washington Post’s Ben Terris told […]

When asked by Rolling Stone who he likes to read, President Barack Obama praised conspiracy-theorist Andrew Sullivan: There are a handful of blogs, Andrew Sullivan’s on the Daily Beast being an example, that combine thoughtful analysis with a sampling of lots of essays that are out there. I’ve written about Sullivan before in this space. […]

As part of the discussion of how important the Wisconsin recall battle is nationally, Dana Loesch interviewed Lt. Governor Rebecca Kleefisch: “This isn’t about folks who are forced to join a union, this is about the big bosses that tend to be even out of state, not even in the state of Wisconsin that are […]

At, an interesting article on why the recall effort is so important to the unions, not just here but nationally. An excerpt: Immediately after the passage of the reforms, the public sector unions threw their considerable political weight behind efforts to recall several GOP senators. They also targeted a state Supreme Court special election, […]