Friday, July 19th, 2019

Texas Senator Ted Cruz won a fun endorsement today that will score big in Packerland, former Green Bay Packers defensive end Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila (KGB). From the press release: “Ted Cruz is a man of his word,” said Gbaja-Biamila. “Everything he says he would do, he has done. He fears God, he understands the fact that […]

Political pundits often make political predictions and are never held accountable for them. My predictions are often no better than anyone else’s predictions and they’re often made tongue-in-cheek. However, every year I review the previous year’s predictions because physical self-mortification in public is frowned upon while in it’s written form it is considered entertainment. At […]

Wisconsin Democrats are claiming that the NFL players are on their side in the Right to Work debate. I would just caution the Democrats that, just because the union gave them Ed Garvey, the players association is not a winning ally. Over at the MacIver Institute I explain why: With the support of the NFLPA […]

Confessions of a Cowboys fan It’s not easy being blue in a green and gold state I called my mom the other day asking if she had any pictures of me when I was little wearing clothes with my favorite football team on it. She told me she didn’t, and even if I had clothes […]

As I was polishing the family heirloom martini shaker, a genie appeared. “Master of the Martini, listen to me. You have freed me from the curse that trapped me in here lo these many millennia.” To which I replied, “I didn’t think they had stainless steel thousands of years ago.” “SILENCE! While I have been […] didn’t take long. What makes today even better is that you know President Barack Obama was watching the game from Hawaii. Print this entry

Steve Prestegard reminds us what happened 21 years ago today: About this time 21 years ago, the Packers hosted the Cincinnati Bengals (ironically, Sunday’s opponent) at Lambeau Field in their third game of the 1992 season. Almost three hours later, the Packers looked to be 0–3, losing to Cincinnati 23–17 and having lost their starting […]

Former Waukesha Freeman columnist Pete Kennedy was at Monday night’s football game in Seattle and gave a report of what he experienced. So here are a few things that stood out about the play and the aftermath: Not once did they show a replay of that last play at the stadium. After the play, the […]

Publication:Waukesha Freeman (Conley); Date:Sep 27, 2012; Section:Opinion; Page Number:8A     Seattle stew Packers game reminds us life isn’t fair (James Wigderson is a blogger publishing at and a Waukesha resident. His column runs Thursdays in The Freeman.)      The final play of the Packers-Seahawks Monday Night Football game was one of those rare moments […]

Steve Prestegard has a temporary fix for you Green Bay Packer fans. Not sure if it’s going to help the football DTs or make them worse, but it’s the story of the Packers, Joe Paterno and Jim Irwin. It’s a really interesting piece, complete with videos. Print this entry