Tuesday, July 16th, 2019

The Cap Times’ associate editor and frequent Bernie Sanders apologist John Nichols took on an unusual role in his most recent column: defending conservatism, William F Buckley and National Review against Donald Trump. This is not the result of some Damascene conversion on Nichols’ part. It is more along the lines of Dr. Peter Venkman‘s […]

You can’t make this stuff up if you try. <blockquote class=”twitter-tweet” lang=”en”><p>US votes on Tuesdays. Just one more reason why: &quot;The Infrastructure of American Democracy is Dysfunctional.&quot;&#10;<a href=”http://t.co/X502gMLb8r”>http://t.co/X502gMLb8r</a></p>&mdash; John Nichols (@NicholsUprising) <a href=”https://twitter.com/NicholsUprising/statuses/426444385694126081″>January 23, 2014</a></blockquote> <script async src=”//platform.twitter.com/widgets.js” charset=”utf-8″></script>   Print this entry

John Nichols of The Nation and The Capital Times showed he’s lost all sense of proportion with this ridiculous tweet today: AFSCME leader Marty Beil was arrested at WI Capitol on 50th anniversary of March on Washington. @thenation pic.twitter.com/u9VM9fSw7h — John Nichols (@NicholsUprising) August 28, 2013   Um, John, you might want to check this […]

Bernie Sanders: “In terms of unemployment, low wages & wealth disparity, we’re worse off than we were in 1963.” Link http://t.co/YArVozGw4U — John Nichols (@NicholsUprising) August 24, 2013   Print this entry

At the MacIver Institute this week, I take the reader a little bit deeper into the numbers on who earns the minimum wage, and what is beyond the demand for $15 per hour. An excerpt: But what the supporters of a “living wage” minimum wage fail to understand is that the minimum wage was not […]

When a journalist crosses over to activism, where does he turn in his press card? John Nichols of the Cap Times and The Nation appears to cross just about every line in soliciting funds on Twitter for Lori Compass, the Democrat running against State Senator Scott Fitzgerald. (see below for updates) On the other hand, […]

When Wisconsin Democratic State Party Chairman Mike Tate was on Upfront with Mike Gousha this weekend, he was in a studio in Washington D.C. In between the “you knows” Tate had this to say about the efforts to recall Republican state senators. “These are really citizen driven efforts. You know, I mean that the bar […]

This is seriously unprofessional. Now, I’m not the type that goes looking to be outraged by reading Eugene Kane’s column in the newspaper. I actually think he writes some items that are a lot more thoughtful than most conservatives are willing to give him credit. If I really want to be outraged, I’ll read the […]

John Nichols of the Capital Times, the online conspiracy newsletter, thinks he has found the perfect model for Democratic candidates in Wisconsin. In Michigan, a state that like Wisconsin has been ravaged by free trade policies, where it is hard to keep track of the factory closings and where the unemployment rate in a number […]

Time once again to look back at the predictions of last January.  Robert Heinlein’s character Lazarus Long said that Cassandra did not get nearly the kicking she deserved.  Well, I hope I deserve better. My predictions, 29 for 2009, are below, and the results are in italics. 1. Beer and alcohol prices will increase substantially […]