Monday, August 26th, 2019

Apparently Donald Trump does more than re-tweet quotes he admires from Mussolini. He emulates Mussolini’s tactics. Gabby Morrongiello of the DC Examiner captured this video of how a photographer from Time, Christopher Morris, was treated by Trump’s campaign when he attempted to get photos of some protesters at a Trump rally: This is how reporters […]

Waukesha Freeman Page A6 Opinion Room in public square for message of love Allen’s Christmas message riles atheists Get the smelling salts and the fainting couch. The atheists in Madison are having a case of the vapors. They don’t know whether to be angry or extremely angry, but they know they do not like state […]

Earlier this month, State Rep Therese Berceau stood with a bunch of liberal special interests and complained about the influence of special interests on our elections. (Being a liberal means being deprived of any sense of irony.) As I explain over at the MacIver Institute, Berceau’s proposed bill to fix the problem is a ridiculous, […]

State Rep Scott Allen is ready to throw the third switch on campaign finance. What’s more, he’s right. From his press release: While the task is monumental and the efforts by the authors are commendable, unfortunately the resulting bill comes up short. Court rulings have found in favor of free speech and yet the bill […]

James Taranto at the Wall Street Journal points out the appearance of corporate collusion with the Clintons’ campaign. Is this the dark corporate money liberals have been warning us about? And should the New York Times be forced to give up its First Amendment protections because it coordinated with a special interest group in its […]

Waukesha Freeman Page A5 Opinion 5/21/2015 No change with Feingold Johnson underdog in rematch All hail the return of Russ Feingold! After a self-imposed exile in Washington, D.C., Africa and California, Feingold returned to Wisconsin to show off his nifty orange tan and announce he is running for Senate. Please, no genuflecting is necessary. As […]

Because it’s not just about a cake. My fight in this situation is religious freedom. It is the ability to live and work by the dictates of my faith without being punished by the government and all Americans should be free to do that. – Aaron Klein, former owner, Sweet Cakes Bakery Print this entry

Where is speech, including political engagement, by a corporation not only tolerated, but celebrated and encouraged? How about in the pages of the New York Times? James Taranto’s column today skewers the notion that liberals want to shut up all corporations. They just want to shut up the corporations with which they disagree. What the Times […]

The fleeting sentiment: Simon Schama wrote in the Financial Times on January 7th: From now on, Charlie Hebdo will be the rallying point for all those who cherish life and laughter over the death-cult of sanctimonious gloom. So we owe it to the fallen to remind ourselves amid the blood, grief and rage, that just […]

I had to laugh at this one, and it explains so much about the Left. Shut up, he said: Dear @tmj4: @SykesCharlie show sets terrible example. Only bullies need resort to sarcasm/namecalling. You allow it EVERY Sun. #StopBullying — Ethan Keller (@EthanKeller) April 12, 2015 But when he was confronted about it: .@dmorganadams You don't have to […]