After a week a Token Creek Park Campground – still no transportation, water, laundry, showers, etc. But hey, there’s this!
Same excuse as why I didn’t get the county week ahead done. Don’t like, fire me.
Earlier this week, I suffered from some technical difficulties and writers block on yesterday’s post. Hopefully, I’ll get back on track now – maybe, but hey, this is what you get for free!
This is one of the hardest posts I ever had to write and to add insult to injury, I completed it and then lost a bunch of work. So I’m just now getting around to trying to post something about what happened last Tuesday. I still can’t believe a government could just pick up and relocate a group of people to a remote location out of sight and out of mind and . . . oh, nevermind. The irony of this happening at Thanksgiving just gives me images of what we did to Native Americans early in our country’s history . . . I thought we had learned from that, but I guess not.
We all know by now that Sly in the Morning and the local news team, on 1670 WTDY was ambushed and fired the day before Thanksgiving by new General Manager Rick Mccoy. Thus effectively ending any local voice that progressives have. Also ending any chance that people have of actual real time news coverage. With [...]
Another listening session with neighbors of Lake View Hill tonight to discuss the occupation . . . lots of finger pointing and anger – but now that it is over, will people show up?
Occupy has occupied every spare minute of my time, but we also need volunteers to help Sarah make the Warming Center a success and to build for a permanent day center. So, help out if you can!
The warming shelter opens today, and there is a long list of items that they need. But . . . uh, only the things on this list.
December 6 and 7 in Madison there is an education summit at Monona Terrace: Educate to Elevate is an education series that brings together local and national leaders to talk about their efforts, share lessons-learned and join us in rallying the Greater Madison community to support the education of our children and our schools. The [...]
By now everyone knows that Scott Walker promised as part of his campaign, that he would “create” 250,000 jobs. “get government out of the way of employers … who will then help Wisconsin create 250,000 jobs by 2015, and as we create those new jobs, we will be able to add 10,000 new businesses.” We [...]