Category: Better Government

Take Back the Bike Path!

Posted September 14th, 2015 @ 3:09 PM by

In response to the shocking sexual assault on the Capitol City trail last Saturday Morning, local residents of the Marquette Neighborhood have organized a Take Back the Bike Path event on facebook on Thursday, 9/17 at 7pm meeting at Burr Jones Field.  So far, over 1,300 people have designated they are “going”.  The event description reads: Early […]

Elizabeth Coppola in the 21st!

Posted November 15th, 2013 @ 10:58 PM by

Elizabeth Coppola In the 21st! Our public schools depend on it! Broken deals, petulant behavior, single-minded focus on an extreme social agenda at the expense of legislation to put Wisconsinites to work and move our state forward… If you watched last night and this morning on WisconsinEye, read about it in the papers this morning, […]


Posted September 29th, 2013 @ 4:08 PM by

Recently there has been too many cases of random bullets entering houses. This exact bullet was found in someone’s house, head high, on Sunday Morning. This letter was then sent to others in the neighborhood – Hello, neighborhood folks. Many of you know that our house was hit with a rifle bullet around 11 am […]

“Tourist Rooming Houses” – Regulating AirBnB and the like in Madison

Posted September 25th, 2013 @ 4:52 PM by

Madison is thinking about trying to regulate AirBnB-type rentals. It probably should, but it’d be helpful for them to step back and think about what we’re trying to accomplish. The proposal right now is terrible, but this may be one of the easiest examples ever of where just a little bit of common sense can amend it into something reasonable. There’s a public meeting to discuss this all on Thursday, September 26th at 7:00pm.

The Voucher Scam!

Posted August 17th, 2013 @ 1:25 PM by

The truth of school Vouchers is slowly starting to come out and its not pretty. While Scott Walker, Robin Vos, et al. will tell you that they have “reformed” education, they will not be telling you the truth. Let’s start in Wisconsin where the republican minority have greatly increased the public education money that is […]

More About School Choice!

Posted May 3rd, 2013 @ 6:56 AM by

We recently brought you the story of how much money the public school privateers are willing to spend in order to profit off of our children’s education! Then since that story, we have found out that Voucher schools actually under perform public schools, despite their immense advantages. We also recently found out that the Federal […]

The (Public Schools) Profit Motive

Posted April 24th, 2013 @ 10:55 AM by

We have brought you the story before that the current round of “education reform” is a myth, that its just a ruse to try and privatize education so certain people can get their hands on our education money! We all know that Scott Walker in his latest budget wants to vastly increase taxpayer money going […]

Today’s Question: Do our laws apply to Tim Bruer?

Posted April 1st, 2013 @ 6:15 PM by

That is the question Michael Basford, the Chair of the Dane County Democratic Party is asking. I have a little different question.

Primary Day!!

Posted February 18th, 2013 @ 11:59 PM by

Tuesday February 19, 2013 is Wisconsin Primary Day! There are only a couple races on the ballot, but these races are very important! 1. The Wisconsin State Supreme Court: There are three candidates Vince Megna, incumbent Pat Roggensack(not a conservative), and Marquette law professor Ed Fallone! The clear choice for me and hopefully for you, […]

Will Scott Walker Choose Superhighway Socialism?

Posted January 15th, 2013 @ 12:52 PM by

Scott Walker will be delivering his third State of the State address tonight at 7pm. Infrastructure is among the five priorities he has been highlighting during the run-up to releasing the budget next month. With his focus on jobs, Scott Walker should be engaged in a thoughtful fact-driven process to determine the mix of infrastructure […]

Let The Battle’s Begin!

Posted January 7th, 2013 @ 1:03 AM by

Today, the newest Wisconsin legislature will be sworn in and then they get to work(which is good because the Wisconsin legislature has not worked since March)! While Scott Walker has said he wants to stay away from such divisive policies as before to focus on jobs(thus proving that his first two years he cared about […]