Tuesday, December 27, 2011

WDNR's Change "Climate Change Tip of the Week"

WDNR's Climate Change Tip of the Week Will Now Be "Air Quality Tip of the Week"

"Wisconsin Climate Change Roles During the past 100 years, human behaviors have been affecting our world's climate. As human activity increases greenhouse gases, and the greenhouse effect subsequently warms the planet, Earth's climate and climate patterns are changing. Climate change impacts people, economies, and ecosystems. Behavior choices, large or small, can affect the degree of climate change. Even small changes in everyday life can make a difference. Learn more ways that you can help!" Source: Tip of the Week - Wisconsin Climate Change - WDNR


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Sunday, December 25, 2011

We Wish You A Merry Christmas

Saturday, December 24, 2011

Merry Christmas Tax Payers

"Washington —The United States has ended a 30-year tax subsidy for corn-based ethanol that cost taxpayers $6 billion annually, and ended a tariff on imported Brazilian ethanol." Source: Congress ends corn ethanol subsidy | The Detroit News | detroitnews.com

Congress has given us a GREAT Christmas gift. I still can't believe it.


Merry Christmas

Monday, December 12, 2011

Ron Johns Running For Senate Leadership Position.

Ron Johnson is running for a senate leadership position and Heritage Action For America asks him some questions about him and what he stands for. If we want to change what is going on in Washington we need to change who is running Washington. Go Ron Johnson.
"Questions with Senator Ron Johnson (R-WI) December 11, 2011 by Ashe Schow Leave a Comment Print This Heritage Action: Why are you running for a leadership position? How would you advance conservative principles if elected to that position? And more broadly, what is your vision for the country? Sen. Johnson: I spent 31 years building a successful manufacturing business and raising my family in Oshkosh, Wisconsin.  I had no ambitions to seek elective office, and until I ran for Senate in 2010, had never even been to Washington, D.C.   As our founders envisioned, I am a citizen legislator with a background in accounting and a lifetime of experience operating within the private sector.   I understand budgeting, how the private sector really works, and how jobs and general prosperity are created.  I have a real world understanding of how government regulatory, and tax and spending policies, impact small to medium sized businesses and the greater economy.   I am running for Conference Vice Chair because I believe it would be helpful to have that experience and perspective at the leadership table." Source: Questions with Senator Ron Johnson (R-WI) 
You can go to above link to read the whole post.

Wednesday, December 07, 2011

We're In Good Hands With Reid Ribble,

"Properly defined, subsidies and deductions are as different as apples and oranges.

That hasn’t stopped President Obama, Democrats in Congress and even some Republicans from semantic infiltration. For example, Rep. Reid J. Ribble, a first-term Wisconsin Republican, fell into the rhetorical trap when he called deductions for oil companies a “federal subsidy” just last month.

His statement takes us to another important point: Many lawmakers routinely accuse oil and gas companies of dodging their “fair share” of taxes even though those U.S. companies use the same tax provisions that are available to all U.S. manufacturers." Source: Debunking the big-oil subsidy myth - Washington Times

Sure glad Mr Ribble knows what he is talking about. We are in good hands with Reid. What's next, People don't have a right to own guns? Somebody please give him some help!

Tuesday, December 06, 2011

Mitten's Too Busy To Debate, Huh!

"Donald Trump may have mastered the art of the real-estate deal, but when it comes to debates, he’s still an apprentice.

From National Journal: VIDEO Obama's Oops: President Confuses Texas and Kansas ANALYSISWhat the Unemployment Drop Really Means SPACE Planet Found that Might Sustain Life The celebrity businessman is having difficulty securing commitments from Republican presidential candidates for a Dec. 27 debate that he’s planning to moderate in Des Moines, Iowa.

Mitt Romney became the latest big-name candidate to send his regrets, telling Fox News’ Neil Cavuto that he informed Trump earlier on Tuesday that he would be too busy to appear. Romney noted that he already is planning to participate in two previously scheduled debates in Iowa this month." Source: GOP Candidates to Trump Debate: You’re Fired - Walt Cronkite - NationalJournal.com

Ron Kind Gets A Challenger, Go Ray Go

"Democratic Rep. Ron Kind has a challenger for his House seat in the 2012 election.

Ray Boland, a former Wisconsin Veterans Affairs secretary and commander at Fort McCoy, announced he would run for the Third Congressional District as a Republican Tuesday.

Boland cited "runaway spending, reckless borrowing, managerial dysfunction and political gridlock" as reasons for his run. In a statement Tuesday he said he is forming a campaign committee and would make a formal announcement in the new year." Source: Former Wis. Veterans secretary to challenge Kind

Good for Ray Boland. Go Ray Go. Maybe Kind will get swept out with Obama!

Sunday, December 04, 2011

Priceless, Badgers On To Rose Bowl

"That's where the Badgers will get a chance for the ultimate redemption and atone for a loss in that game last season. The 15th-ranked Badgers (11-2) won their fifth straight game, defeating No. 11 Michigan State 42-39 in a wildly entertaining game on Saturday in the inaugural Big Ten Conference championship game in front of 64,152 fans at Lucas Oil Stadium." Source: Badgers edge Michigan State in epic Big Ten title tilt to earn Rose Bowl berth | Green Bay Press Gazette | greenbaypressgazette.com

Scrooge Is Alive and Well In The Main Stream Media

"FOX News Chicago anchor Robin Robinson found herself on viewers' naughty list after saying Santa Claus doesn't exist during a live broadcast. "There's no Santa," Robinson said bluntly. "Santa is a symbol of the generosity of the season. You go sit on his lap and we'll take a picture, but he's not coming down the chimney, he's not eating those cookies, he's not bringing you anything." Her comment followed a story by her co-anchor Bob Sirott about families' declining incomes making it harder to buy expensive gifts for their children on Santa's behalf." Source: What do you tell your kids about Santa Claus? - Your Community
What do you expect from the media? They are shills for the demcrats and unions. They only report what they want you to know and now they say there is no Santa Claus. SHILLS!

Advent 2 Sunday

"Advent 2 Sunday As this second week of Advent we must think of Mary and her anticipation as she awaited the birth of Our Lord and Savior. In a similar manner we should be anticipating and preparing the way of the Lord. We hear John the Baptist calling us to prepare our hearts to greet the Lord.
  We read from the beginning of the gospel of Mark: Mark: 1:1-8  Here begins the gospel of Jesus Christ, the Son of God. In Isaiah the prophet , it is written: "I send my messenger before  you to prepare your way: a herald's voice in the desert, crying, "Make ready the way of the Lord, clear his a straight path."  Thus it was that John the Baptizer appeared in the desert proclaiming a baptism of repentance which led to the forgiveness of sins. All the Judean countryside and the people of Jerusalem  went out to him in great numbers. They were being baptized by him in the Jordan River as they confessed their sins. John was clothed in camel's hair, and wore a leather belt around his waist. His food was grasshoppers and wild honey. The theme of his preaching was: "one more powerful than I is to come after me. I am not fit to stoop and untie his sandal straps. I have baptized you in water; he will baptize you in the Holy Spirit."
Ps. 85 I will hear what God proclaims; the Lord -- for he proclaims peace to his people. Near indeed is his salvation to those who fear him, glory dwelling in our land. Lord, let us see your kindness, and grant us your salvation." Source: Second Week of Advent

Sunday, November 27, 2011

1st Week Of Advent

As we reflect the first week of Advent and reflect on the new way we pray at Sunday Mass, we go forward to think and pray for the coming of our Lord. 

"As we begin Advent, we light one candle in the midst of all the darkness in our lives and in the world.  It symbolizes our longing, our desire, our hope.  Three “advents” or “comings” shape our desire.  We want to be renewed in a sense that Jesus came to save us from our sin and death.  We want to experience his coming to us now, in our everyday lives, to help us live our lives with meaning and purpose.  And we want to prepare for his coming to meet us at the end of our lives on this earth. So, we begin with our longing, our desire and our hope." Source: First Week of Advent 2011

Wednesday, November 16, 2011

New Turkey Recipe

From an e mail. No, we haven't tried this yet. Not sure if we will.

I thought this sounded good! Here is a  turkey recipe that also includes the   use of popcorn as a stuffing  ingredient -- imagine that. When I found this   recipe, I thought it was perfect for  people like me, who just are not sure   how to tell when turkey is  thoroughly cooked, but not dried out.

Give this a try.

8 - 15 lb. turkey
1 cup melted butter
1 cup stuffing              (Pepperidge Farm is Good)
1 cup un-popped popcorn (ORVILLE REDENBACHER'S LOW FAT IS BEST)
Salt/pepper to taste 
Preheat oven to 350degrees. Brush turkey well with melted butter, salt, and   pepper.
Fill cavity with stuffing and popcorn.
Place in baking pan making sure the neck end is toward the front of the oven, not the back.
After about 4 hours listen for the popping sounds.
When the turkey's rear end blows the oven door open anthe bird flies across
the room,.... it's done.
               And, you thought I didn't cook...

Tech Support On An Average Day

This  ought to make you feel better about  your computer  skills!  
  Tech  support:      What  kind of computer do you have?  
  Customer:     A  white  one...  
  Tech  support:       Click  on the 'my computer' icon on to the left of  the screen.     
  Customer:      Your left or my left?     
  Customer:     Hi, good afternoon, this is  Martha, I can't print. Every time I try, it says 'Can't  find  printer'.  I've even lifted the printer  and placed it in front of the monitor, but the computer  still says he can't find it..     
  Tech  support:     What's on your monitor now,  ma'am?  
  Customer:     A teddy bear my boyfriend bought  for me at the 7-11.     
  Customer:     My keyboard  is not working anymore.     
  Tech  support:     Are you sure it's plugged into the computer?     
  Customer:     No. I can't  get behind the computer.     
  Tech   support:     Pick up your keyboard and walk 10  paces back.     
  Customer:  !   OK     
  Tech  support:     Did the  keyboard come with you?     
  Customer:    Yes  
  Tech  support:     That means the keyboard  is not plugged in.     
  Customer:     I can't get on the Internet.     
  Tech   support:     Are you sure you used the right  password? 
  Customer:     Yes, I'm sure. I saw my colleague do it.     
  Tech  support:     Can you tell me what  the password  was?  
  Customer:     Five dots.     
  Tech  support:     What  anti-virus program do  you use?  
  Customer:     Netscape.     
  Tech  support:     That's not an anti-virus program.     
  Customer:     Oh, sorry... Internet Explorer..     
  Customer:      I have a huge problem. A  friend has placed a screen saver on my computer, but every  time I move the mouse, it disappears.     
  Tech  support:     How may I help you?     
  Customer:     I'm writing my first email.     
  Tech  support:     OK, and what seems to be the  problem?  
  Customer:     Well, I have the letter 'a' in the address, but how do I  get the little circle around it?   
This one and the next are our personal favorites!    
  A woman  customer called the Canon help desk with a problem with  her printer.     
  Tech  support:     Are you running it under windows?     
  Customer:     'No, my desk is next to the door, but that is a good  point. The man sitting in the cubicle next to me is under  a window,  and his printer is working fine.'     
  And last but not  least!     
  Tech  support:  'Okay  Bob, let's  press the control and escape keys at the  same time. That brings up a task list in the middle of the  screen. Now type the letter 'P' to bring up the  Program  Manager.'     
  Customer:    I don't  have a P.     
  Tech  support:     On your keyboard, Bob.     
  Customer:     What do you mean?     
  Tech  support:     'P'.....on  your keyboard, Bob.     
  Customer:     I'M NOT GOING TO DO THAT!     

Thursday, November 10, 2011

Holperin Pacifying Unions

"Central Wisconsin Democrats cast Ohio voters' rejection of a law weakening public employee unions' collective bargaining abilities as a sign that Republicans have overreached Wednesday night.

State Rep. Donna Seidel, D-Wausau, and state Sen. Jim Holperin, D-Conover, took questions at a forum partially organized by the Wisconsin AFL-CIO labor union at the University of Wisconsin Marathon County." Source: Local union workers criticize jobs session | Wausau Daily Herald | wausaudailyherald.com

Wednesday, November 09, 2011

Pulaski Wis: How To Hide A Meeting From Tax Payers

Been busy with my new job but since I am from Pulaski,(psssst, don't tell anyone), I seen this little tidbit in the Green Bay Press.

"PULASKI — The village will hold a special board meeting at 10 a.m. Monday at the Village Hall to discuss options to fill the village president vacancy. Village President Ronald Kryger died Thursday evening after suffering a massive heart attack while working at Village Hall. The meeting is open to the public." Source: Meeting to address village president vacancy | Green Bay Press Gazette | greenbaypressgazette.com

First, Mr Kryger, RIP.

Second I understand the city of Pulaski needs to fill the vacancy but what are they trying to pull here. A meeting at 10:00 am to discuss the matter? What about the 90% of the tax payers who are working at 10:00 am? Seems the powers at be in that little polish town are trying to stack the deck on who should take over until an election can be called. Maybe their by laws have someone suceed Mr Kryger but this doesn't pass the smell test. You have to be from there to understasnd. Will the old village president who lost to Kryger try to take over his old seat? 

Why not a second meeting Monday night? Wonder how the tax payers will end up paying for something more in the future because of meeting at 10:00 am on a Monday.

Wednesday, November 02, 2011

Will Peggy Krusick Convert To Republican

"MADISON, Wis. (AP) -- The Wisconsin state Assembly gave preliminary approval Wednesday to a surprise proposal introduced by a Democrat, and backed by Republicans, to eliminate race as a factor in college grant applications.

The proposal, made around 11 p.m. Tuesday, elicited a furious response from Democratic opponents, who labeled it an affront to minority rights and a "racist race to the bottom." But Republicans, who hold the majority, sided with Democratic Rep. Peggy Krusick who made the proposal and pressed ahead, arguing race shouldn't be a factor when considering who gets aid based on financial need.

"What it is is racism in its highest institutional level," said Rep. Tamara Grigsby, D-Milwaukee." Source: EHExtra.com

Wow, way to go Peggy, why not join the party that is helping Wisconsin and not fighting Wisconsin.

Sunday, October 30, 2011

What Occupy Is Really All About

"Message To OWS: Why You Aren’t Part of the 1%

In Crazy Liberals, Politics on October 28, 2011 at 8:47 AM

18 Votes Dear Occupy Wall Street:

I would like to explain to you why you are not part of the 1%.  It is not because the world, government or corporations have conspired against you.  It’s most likely your fault, with some help from mom and dad.

When you were 5 years old, you were the kid that demanded your mom or dad get you a toy at the store.  When they said no, you screamed, cried and threw a fit.  You demanded they give you what you wanted because it “wasn’t fair” if they didn’t.  Your parents probably caved." Source: Message To OWS: Why You Aren’t Part of the 1% « The Dinner Table

Seems these people who Occupy are really spoiled cry baby liberal brats.

A good read via a BL follower, Charlie Sykes and Natan Sass.

Saturday, October 29, 2011

Will Main Stream Media Cover Public Masturbation

From B&S via Dad29.

"City officials temporarily denied Occupy Madison a new street use permit Wednesday after protesters violated public health and safety conditions and failed to follow the correct processes to renew or amend a permit.

The permit, which expired Wednesday at noon, required Occupy Madison protesters to relocate from their current space at 30 West Mifflin Street, also called 30 on the Square.

A neighboring hotel’s staff alleged voiced concerns about having to recently escort hotel employees to and from bus stops late at night due to inappropriate behavior, such as public masturbation, from street protesters.

In addition, officials agreed further occupation should not be allowed to continue without restrooms on site to avoid further public health violations." Source: Boots and Sabers - The blogging will continue until morale improves...

Sunday, October 23, 2011

G W, World Series

Not that I am interested in the World Series. 

But I just happen to catch who threw out the ceremonial first pitch. 
It was George W. Bush.

I do have to say, this time he wasn't wearing a flap jacket. Still not a good pitch but again, no flap jacket.

Saturday, October 22, 2011

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Ribble Lovers Coming Out Of The Wall

 I received a comment from Reid himself or a Ribble lover, not sure. Ouch, I must of hurt his feelings. The post was

"Ribble Won, Kagen Lost"

 He left this to me this morning.

You need to educate yourself on current events and stop looking through whatever politically-colored glasses you've put on. Obama and the Democrats did NOT get us into the mess this economy is in right now. Lack of restrictions on Wall Street (not to mention a legislature controlled by lobbyists of wealthy special interest groups) caused the vast majority of the downfall. (Gee, I wonder who was in power at that point?!) I hope the 99% take back control soon.

[You might want to do a spell check before you post. Spelling and grammar mistakes make you appear more ignorant than you probably are. Then again, maybe not.]

Hears mi recponc

Reed, iz dat u? Iff nott u mus bee a Rubble lovr.

Sorri iff eye hitt a knerv. Iff eye hav rosee clord glASS's den u mus bee smokin da rong weed.

Eye stil luv yu u pour babi.

tanks fur stopen.


Barry Lakr

Wednesday, October 19, 2011

More Unauthorized Spending In Crivits


Crivitz School District: More teachers and fewer needless expenditures?

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 2011 More teachers and fewer needless expenditures? The School Administrator with the help of the building and grounds supervisor has now purchased enough items that were not in the school's annual budget to easily pay for one full time teacher! 

He has bought computer equipment and a tractor with accessories that combined would pay the cost of another badly needed teacher.  He tried to sneak thru a new $15,000+ sound system but so far the School Board has stopped this unbudgeted expenditure. Now he wants us tax payers to pay a return or restocking fee for the sound system equipment he ordered without approval!

Tuesday, October 18, 2011

New Blog, "Crivitz School District"

Seems what the media will not do ordinary citizens will. A new blog to the Crivitz area of Northeastern Wisconsin.

Crivitz School District: Welcome!

Welcome! This is a web site to help Concerned Crivitz Wisconsin School Parents get information about things that the Crivitz School District may not want the public to know. The opinions on here are my own and those of contributors.

Great to see someone report on the games they are playing at the Crivitz School board meetings. We shall see if the media picks up on this school board. Highly doubtful. 

Welcome Crivitz School District Blogger.

Monday, October 17, 2011

Ribble Won, Kagen Lost

Local lawmakers speak out about job plan - WFXS, MyFoxWausau - News and Weather for Wausau, WI
Representative Reid Ribble also disagrees with parts of the President's plan.  But, he says lawmakers need to start working together.
So why does Reid Ribble have to "start working together", say what? 

Why does Reid Ribble always want to work with the democrats? Why doesn't he just work on passing bills that will save our country that the democrats sold us down the river on! Is he a moderate republican that just want's to be accepted in Washington or fix the problems that the democrats and President Obama put us in. Sorry, I forgot, Ribble rubbed elbows with the president at last years super bowl party at the white house. 

Ribble is a moderate RINO and will do or say anything to be a lifer in Washington . When he is done being a congressman, he will go back to being a lobbyist for the roofing industry. I will be shocked, just shocked when it happens. 

Mr. Ribble, you won,

Kagen lost on 2010.

 Did you forget that sir? I guess he did. Go ahead, work with the democrats and they will make mince meat of you. Then I will be SHOCKED!

Media Created It's Own Problems

A story from the president of the National Newspaper Association, 
A Minnesota voice for newspapers nationwide at a challenging time | West Central Tribune | Willmar, Minnesota
Newspapers are often the lone voice in calling for governmental transparency. Community newspapers take on the responsibility of gathering and printing the news that informed citizens need to know, not just the attention-getting stuff that is often more entertainment than real news. You won’t find citizen bloggers attending city council meetings on a regular basis, he noted.
So why are the newspapers in the media having problems with circulation and income levels dropping? I understand what newspapers are up against but most, not all newspapers created their own problems. 
From the above paragraph Mr. Anfinson admits part of the fault. Even though community and local papers attend city council meetings and bloggers don't, local newspapers generally do not tell the whole story, omit important items in local news and slant their views towards the ploitical party they believe in. Seems most have a political slant for left, liberal, democrat politicians. 

Reasons are too many to mention but since someone will question me on my comments here are a few.Did the MSM report people protesting in Madison this past spring that most were from out of state? When a heavy rain hit Milwaukee, Why will the MSM not report for example, MMSD from Milwaukee dumping 506 million gals of untreated human waste into Lake Michigan for example in July of 2010? How about the non story of the Crivitz school board not taking minute notes of their meetings? This has been going on the last several months and no one thought it was important to investigate or report. A blogger broke that story. 

If the media would just report the news honestly and drop their bias at the door, a lot of people would purchase the dead tree or online subscriptions of their newspapers.The media can cry all they want but their faults specifically lie with editors, owners and reporters. No one else to blame for their problems. But keep doing what your doing and see other forms of news reporting pass you by.

Sunday, October 16, 2011

GAB Meeting, Your Vote Does Count

I received this by E Mail. It's important to protect your vote. If you can be there or know someone who can, let them know.
We're Watching Wisconsin Elections Campaign

On Nov. 9th the Government Accountability Board is having a meeting that everyone who is concerned about our elections should attend. They will be discussing and voting on a number of issues including:
1)  Student IDs
2)  Single signature recall petitions that can be sent over the internet
3)  Allowing citizens to vote a second time
It is at 9 AM and will be at their offices at 212 E. Washington or in the Capitol. We need friendly faces!!!!!!.
Go to:  gab.wi.gov for more information 

On Thursday, Oct. 20th, there will be a discussion regarding the Voter ID bill.  This will be conducted by the 4th Street Forum, a live cable TV show featuring Rep. Jeff Stone, Kevin Kennedy of the GAB and a lawyer from the ACLU.  It is, as I understand, an audience participation program.  This will take place at Turner Hall, Milwaukee and start at 11:30.  For directions google in 4th Street Forum or Turner Hall.  If you can, pass the word and encourage  attendance, that would be helpful.  Plan to attend and possibly ask a question. 

FYI - This is an article from the Milwaukee Journal in regards to legislation two Assembly Democrats have proposed that would keep the GAB independent, non-partisan, ethical watchdogs.  PLEASE!!!!   We need to know how they think.


We're Watching is a group of concerned citizens who follow issues affecting Wisconsin elections

Strange Corn Field Circles In U P

From The Escanaba Daily Press.
HARRIS TOWNSHIP - A Bark River family remains flabbergasted over a pair of crop circles discovered on their property Thursday.
The Jorasz family found the two circles in a cornfield approximately one mile from their home off U.S. 2 and 41 in Harris Township.
"It's eery - everyone says this is really weird," Sue Jorasz said Friday.
According to Sue, one of the couple's six sons, Mark, was using a combine to harvest the cornfield when he noticed the circles. Mark then got on top of the combine, contacted his father and took pictures with his cell phone.
According to John Jorasz, upon his arrival at the field, he noticed what appeared to be perfect circles about 100-150 feet wide and 100 yards apart.
Wonder if Captain Kirk landed in the UP like he landed in San Francisco park in Star Trek IV, The Voyage Home?
Are we alone in the universe?
Did the farmers sons pull one over on their daddy? 

image from EDPress.

Thursday, October 13, 2011

Top 13 For Charlotte Sat Night

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