Category: Community Events

Make The Magic

Posted April 14th, 2014 @ 7:32 AM by

One of my favorite charities – Camp Kesem – UW Madison, is having their annual fundraiser – Make the Magic. Make the Magic is our only annual fundraising event. At this event, we also hope to spread the word throughout our community to tell more people about Camp Kesem! When? Saturday, April 26, 2014 from […]

Jim Villa — $178,000/Yr + Cadillac Bennies!

Posted April 3rd, 2014 @ 7:51 AM by

The UW system created a new job- Vice President of University Relations at the University of Wisconsin System. Many immensely qualified people applied for this job, unfortunately we found out that only one qualification mattered….the ability to kiss the ring of the republicans in charge of our state. For this important qualification, they found the […]


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 […]

D-Day for Public Education

Posted May 29th, 2013 @ 8:43 AM by

Today is the day that we have been discussing for weeks. Today is the day that the legislature starts discussing public school funding. Unfortunately for the children and the future of the state it doesn’t look good: As we know the privatize our schools lobby is well funded and staffed with incredibly unethical people. The […]

The Mockery of the Madison Media as a Meaningful Medium

Posted February 26th, 2013 @ 8:48 AM by

The Madison School Board race has been interesting to say the least. For those of you scoring at home, three candidates declared their candidacy for Seat #5, Sarah Manski, TJ Mertz and Ananda Mirilli. Having three candidates meant that a primary was triggered to narrow the candidates on the April ballot to two. On primary […]

Desperate Times, Call for Desperate Measures!

Posted October 31st, 2012 @ 9:56 AM by

Summer 2012, the Wisconsin republicans had the world by the balls. They had control over the State Assembly, the State Senate, the Governor and the Supreme Court. They were virtually untouchable(except for a recall). Then something happened, they tried to Govern. We all know the mess of ACT 10 and the turmoil and lawsuits that […]

Double Feature Tonight At the Barrymore

Posted October 24th, 2012 @ 9:13 AM by

Getting tired of the Wisconsin State Journal giving you a watered down version of the news and basically no coverage of the damage that the republicans have done to our state under the Fitzwalkerstan regime? Then head to the Barrymore tonight for a double feature! “United States of ALEC” The American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) […]

School Board Forums – The Isthmus, Sustain Dane and Ex-Mayor Dave Redefine “Fairness”

Posted February 29th, 2012 @ 7:50 PM by

It is Board of Education candidate forum season and everyone is getting into the act (full list at the bottom).  That includes Sustain Dane and the Isthmus, who are co-sponsoring a forum.  All good, except they have chosen Dave Cieslewicz as one of the moderators and today our ex-Mayor endorsed two of the candidates.  Nice […]

Hydrite Meeting Tonight!

Posted November 4th, 2011 @ 10:43 AM by

Hydrite Chemical is a company that has a location in Cottage Grove that many people are not even aware exists. With the troubling smell and the numerous spills coming from this facility, that is changing. Tonight there is a meeting at Flynn Hall at 5PM to discuss the issuing of a permit extension of their […]

An Open Letter to National Conservative Groups from Wisconsin’s Liberal Bloggers

Posted September 8th, 2011 @ 10:08 PM by

To: Chris Chocola, Club for Growth The Honorable Jim DeMint, junior Senator from the Great State of South Carolina It is with great disappointment that we have learned of the efforts of some conservatives on the national level to try to dictate to Wisconsin conservatives their choice for the United States Senate seat being vacated […]

Mayor’s Bicycling Vision: “A” for effort, “C+” for Execution

Posted September 8th, 2011 @ 7:41 AM by

Wednesday’s “Moving Bicycling Forward in Madison” Event was packed with supporters of better bicycling infrastructure for Madison.  On the surface, Mayor Soglin hit the right notes, suggesting we need to take a holistic approach and create a comprehensive plan.  Soglin also spoke about the fact that going forward, any increase in revenue is going to be […]