Results tagged with 'democrats'
Published Sept. 1, 2015
My fear today, as I write this, is that 2016 is looking more like 2004 than like 2008. It's not just the coincidence of another crazy white guy from Vermont running in the Democratic primary. It's that Hillary Clinton is now being treated by Democrats like John Kerry, like she is an elitist pseudo-liberal eager to make war with both Iran and the American middle class. Which is just not true.
Published July 16, 2015
Governor Scott Walker has pitched his flag and declared that he is the kind of candidate who will stand up to all opposition and do what he believes is right. That dogmatic image of the fighter may not be enough to get him to the presidency.
Published June 30, 2015
The takeover plan, Jay Bullock has realized, amounts to a rerun of the Milwaukee school board elections of the 1990s, when humdrum local off-year elections suddenly drew the spotlight of national media and the checkbooks of major conservative organizations around the country.
Published May 12, 2015
There is nothing wrong with being hopeful and keeping your fingers crossed as you try something new. But when hope and magical thinking become not merely your attitude but the entire rationale behind your actions, you should be prepared to be disappointed. After all, magic is not real. Only reality is real, and as Stephen Colbert once sagely observed, reality has a well-known liberal bias.
Published March 26, 2015
Michael Isikoff is, perhaps, the best investigative reporter in the country and he has written a story about secret big money donations to Scott Walker. The story could well be the death knell for Walker's presidential aspirations.
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There are only two living Americans who have completed the legal maximum of two terms as President of the United States: Democrat Bill Clinton and Republican George W Bush. How each party has treated its former President at its 2012 convention speaks volumes about how each party views...
Wisconsin teachers and State Democrat lawmakers are teaching our children today despite their absence.
In replacement of the normal curriculum and democracy a lesson of how to lie, cheat, steal, and hate has been taught to Wisconsin children watching as their teachers and politic...
The other day one of my friends at the ol' watering hole told me over a couple of frosty beverages that he thought my blogs always seemed to be so negative. As anyone who knows me will tell you, I really am always a chipper, up-with-people, glass half-full, sun-will-come-up-tomorrow, song-in-my-h...
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