Progressive Suppression!

Posted November 11th, 2016 @ 1:54 AM by

A casualty of the insane election season happened to be the only Progressive talk radio station around. The Mic 92.1 Progressive talk in Madison, part of Iheartmedia, has went to 24/7 Christmas music. Yes 60 degrees and sunny and Its Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas blaring through the speakers. After two years of […]

Wisconsin Primary Election Day – August 9th

Posted August 8th, 2016 @ 7:39 AM by

In what seems like is happening almost monthly in WI, another election day is upon us. Tuesday August 9th is the partisan primary before the Presidential Election in November. The “experts” are predicting an incredibly low 16% turnout so your vote will make a HUGE difference. To help guide those who have not been paying […]

The Mitch Henck Maneuver

Posted April 22nd, 2015 @ 11:46 AM by

Mitch Henck has been a voice in Madison for quite some time. I do not know Mitch Henck personally, but have listened to him off and on for many years now. I have even called his show a few times. When I was in my car I liked listening to him on occasion on WIBA-AM(although […]

An Open Letter To Chris Mertes – The Sequel

Posted January 7th, 2015 @ 10:09 AM by

A few years back, Sun Prairie Star Editor Chris Mertes wrote such a ridiculous editorial that I wrote him an open letter. Mertes has outdone himself with his latest editorial so it is time for a sequel. It is said before every city council and plan commission meeting. It is said before every Sun Prairie […]

Scott Walker Slaps Down Blaska

Posted September 15th, 2014 @ 10:56 AM by

In case you have not heard, Scott Walker’s campaign manager, Michael Grebe,  is suing the Madison School District.    Well, Grebe could not sue the district directly, since he does not live here and he is too busy selling off Northern WI.  In order to make the plans work, they had to find a stooge in […]

Vicki Hit A Cop!

Posted August 26th, 2014 @ 8:34 AM by

Vicki Mckenna was asked a legitimate question recently by Dylan Brogan.  Something along the lines of “Do you think that the police at the U2 concert should have used the same methods as Officer Darren Wilson?” Vicki erupted, and told Dylan to get the police report because she never hit a cop and that it […]

The Value Of Cindy Archer

Posted July 10th, 2014 @ 11:11 AM by

If you have not heard by now, one of Scott Walkers closest allies, Cynthia Archer, was recently promoted to a civil service job where she received an almost 12% raise and is making $31,000/yr over her predecessor. To make matters worse, she was “promoted” to this job despite the fact that she did not apply […]

Be Brave With Bryce

Posted June 21st, 2014 @ 10:29 AM by

One of Monona Grove’s own needs your help: During these last few weeks, we learned Bryce has cancer – Ewing’s Sarcoma. Description Ewing’s Sarcoma is a very rare cancerous bone tumor that affects children, it is so rare that only 200 cases are reported each year. It is not an inherited cancer, it occurs after […]

Dynamic Duo

Posted June 6th, 2014 @ 10:16 AM by

divide and conquer Scott Walker has effectively created the biggest partisan divide in our state’s history. His goal was to “divide and conquer” and he has masterfully pitted people all across Wisconsin against their own family members, friends, coworkers, etc… In this era of bitter partisanship it is nice to see two people come together […]

Something To Think About

Posted May 27th, 2014 @ 7:13 AM by

On October 28th 2013, Democrat Mary Burke launched her campaign to be the next Governor of the great state of Wisconsin. When Mary Burke was deciding to run and since she declared her intentions to run for office, her top political adviser she hired was Tanya Bjork. Tanya Bjork’s political career goes all the way […]

Every Brat Has Its Thorns

Posted May 19th, 2014 @ 11:57 AM by

“Not paying fairly, not giving a job because you are only looking at how to make a profit, that goes against God.” Pope Francis Madison’s Annual Bratfest will have a new flavor this year, a fifth stage sprinkled with a dose of “Christianity”. The festival’s turn toward faith mirrors that of Tim Metcalfe, a co-owner […]