Saturday, April 09, 2011

Seems The AP and Green Bay Press Left Out Something

From the AP and the Green Bay Press. Seems the two AP writers left out two important sentences about the situation from Waukasha County and the article about the Prosser Kloppenburg race for Wis. Supreme Court..Here's from the GBP.

Ramona Kitzinger, the vice chair of Waukesha County Democratic Party who observed the canvass, said she is satisfied the numbers are correct.

"We went over everything and made sure all the numbers jibed up and they did," she said.

Wait, where's here last comment? Something's missing here? From JSOnline

Nickolaus worked for 13 years for a Republican caucus that was controlled by Prosser when he was Assembly speaker in 1995 and 1996. She was given immunity from prosecution in a 2002 criminal investigation into illegal activity by members of the caucus where she worked as a data analyst and computer specialist.

Seems they left this little titbit out.

Those numbers jibed up, and we're satisfied they're correct.' As a Democrat, she said, 'I'm not going to stand here and tell you something that's not true.'

Hummmmm, I wonder why they didn't want the readers to know this? Could it be the are a little partisan? The media at irt again. Hiding the truth from the people of Wisconsin. 

Shame, shame, shame on these two writers and shame, shame on the Green Bay Press for not being straight with their readers! Typical media.

Looks like Ramona might as well turn republican. Her days as a dem are numbered.  

The Time Is Now

Friday, April 08, 2011

Boehner, Sell Out Of America. Time To Drop The Republican Party

Can we be honest here? 

'Historic' deal to avoid government shutdown - Yahoo! News

"By DAVID ESPO, AP Special Correspondent – 15 mins ago
WASHINGTON – Perilously close to a government shutdown, President Barack Obama and congressional leaders reached a historic agreement late Friday night to cut about $38 billion in federal spending and avert the first federal closure in 15 years."

Obama hailed the deal as "the biggest annual spending cut in history." House Speaker John Boehner said that over the next decade it would cut government spending by $500 billion, and won an ovation from his rank and file _tea party adherents among them.

Time to start a new party. Anyone with me?

Schumer, Tea Party People are Fleas,

Chuck U Schumer calls you a F L E A ? 

Schumer likens conservatives to a flea - The Hill's Floor Action:

 "Schumer likens conservatives to a flea
By Josiah Ryan - 04/08/11 03:39 PM ET
Sen. Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) compared House conservatives to a flea Friday as rhetoric in the spending fight intensified.

Schumer, who has been criticizing Republicans all day, said in a floor speech Friday that conservatives were the flea controlling the dog, which he said in this case is a federal government that could shut down at midnight.

“What we have here is a flea, wagging a tail, wagging a dog,” said Schumer, chairman of the Senate Democratic Policy Committee.

“The flea are the minority of House Republicans who are hard right, the tail is the House Republican caucus, and the dog is the government,” Schumer explained. “That flea is influencing what the dog does ... and it is sad.”"

Chuck, you have not heard from us yet! But you will! Wait till 2012!

Did Anyone Tell Jo Anne Kloppenburg, "April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month"

A letter to the editor at the Lakeland Times.

From Shellie Holmes, executive director
Tri-County Council on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault

I wonder why nobody told Jo Anne Kloppenburg? Maybe the outcome might be different today. Sexual assault affects a lot of people including children.  

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month - The Lakeland Times - Minocqua, WI:
"4/8/2011 10:14:00 AM
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month

To the Editor:

Sexual assault is a devastating crime that is committed with shocking frequency in our society. It is estimated that someone is sexually assaulted every two minutes in the United States.

Yet, in 2009, there were only 4,633 cases reported to law enforcement in Wisconsin. This number may seem high, but it does not begin to reflect the full extent of the problem.

As leaders and role models in our communities, we cannot afford to remain silent about sexual violence or blame victims for the decisions of perpetrators. We must build a culture where respectful relationships are expected, where sexual violence is not tolerated, and where offenders are held accountable for their actions.

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, a nationally recognized time to focus our efforts on sexual assault education, prevention, and awareness. During Sexual Assault Awareness Month, and throughout the year, we at Tri-County Council invite everyone to take a stand with us against sexual violence."

There are simple ways each of us can take a stand against sexual violence on a daily basis. We set a powerful example every time we talk to our kids about respect in relationships, every time we speak up if someone makes a degrading comment, every time we demonstrate support for survivors of sexual violence.

Survivors are too often blamed for what happened to them and, therefore, suffer in silence.

You can read the rest at the Lakeland Times. The people of Wisconsin spoke against Kloppenburg with their vote. When she had the chance to do what was right, Kloppenberg refused to distance herself from the ads her front groups were running. The people of Wisconsin are not the saps Kloppenburg and the left think they are. The people of Wisconsin spoke and as of today, it looks like she will not be on the Wisconsin Supreme Court. 

Sexual Assault  is important and can affect everyone. Be aware and remember, education, prevention, and awareness are all important. 

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month 

$112 Oil, Here Comes $4.00 Gasoline

Oil near $112 as attacks damage Libyan oil fields - Yahoo! Finance

Oil jumps to near $112 in Europe as fighting damages Libyan oil fields, dollar weakens"

Psalm 23

1: The LORD is my shepherd; I shall not want.
2: He maketh me to lie down in green pastures: he leadeth me beside the still waters.
3: He restoreth my soul: he leadeth me in the paths of righteousness for his name's sake.
4: Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil: for thou art with me; thy rod and thy staff they comfort me.
5: Thou preparest a table before me in the presence of mine enemies: thou anointest my head with oil; my cup runneth over.
6: Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me all the days of my life: and I will dwell in the house of the LORD for ever.

The Headline Says It All

From JSOnline

Corrected Brookfield tally puts Prosser ahead after 7,500-vote gain

Knowing radical lefties, let us wait and see what happens from here. 

Some help today for the left.

Great News, "The American Investigator", Coming To North Woods

The GREAT Richard Moore and the GREAT Lakeland Times are bringing us "The American Investigator".

Home - Richard Moore

"Announcing The American Investigator, a unique Internet radio show
I’m excited to announce that, beginning May 12, I will host a new Internet radio show sponsored by the The Lakeland Times. The show will feature news you won't likely find in the mainstream press, a weekly investigation of a major issue in the state – after all, this will be The American Investigator – plus commentary and interviews with critical decision-makers in Wisconsin. Already, the roster of newsmakers who have accepted invitations to appear include Gov. Scott Walker (you’ve heard of that guy, right?) and DNR secretary Cathy Stepp, among others.

The webcast will be broadcast every Thursday evening at 6 p.m. over The Lakeland Times website, and listeners will also be able to go to the website at their leisure and listen to it later. They can listen to it here as well. More details to be announced later, but please stay tuned."

We look forward to May 12th. 

Marketplace of Ideas To Presteblog

First want to thank Steve Prestegard for all the GREAT work he did over at Marketplace of Ideas which is no longer running. It was a daily read for me and very informational on Wisconsin, business and just plain good information. Thanks again Steve. 

Now Steve has moved to another blog to keep us all informed of his views on the world. 

Please go visit and follow 


Thursday, April 07, 2011

Wisconsin Public Union Members and Teachers

Take 4 and don't call me in the morning. 

Do not open this link!

Update, WOOPS!!!! Do not go to this link from Real Debate.

Tuesday, April 05, 2011

Get Out And Vote

It's April 5th. It's time to get out and vote Prosser for State Supreme Court. 

Some of you will have town boards, school board and other candidates and even maybe a referendum to vote for. My advice, if you don't know which one to vote for, don't vote. You should do your homework before you vote.