Editorial, Elections

Wisconsin Democrats Have Option For Governor

No Comments 16 October 2014

In our view. As a public service announcement in the upcoming election, we think on November 4th, Wisconsin democrats do have an option on who to vote for for governor. Since some are not happy with Mary Burke being forced upon them, some can always write in Kathleen Vinehout for governor. Vinehout at least has [...]

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Editorial, Elections

Burke Talks Gasoline Taxes

No Comments 16 October 2014

So what will Mary Burke do if elected governor about gasoline taxes? Democratic gubernatorial candidate Mary Burke said she thinks Gov. Scott Walker’s proposal to replace the state’s gas tax with a sales tax is just shifting money around without addressing the problem. “I’d be looking to address the real issue, which is how are [...]

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Editorial, Elections

Attorney General Debate, Happ Forgot Child Molester

1 Comment 13 October 2014

After the first Wisconsin Attorney General Debate yesterday, it seems Susan Happ is not ready to be elected AG of the state. She seems to get her timelines wrong on a conflicts of interest.  Wisconsin attorney general hopeful Brad Schimel blasted opponent Susan Happ as a liberal activist looking to pursue a partisan agenda as [...]

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Editorial, Elections

Burke, Not Experienced Debater

No Comments 11 October 2014

After watching the Wisconsin gubernatorial debate between Mary Burke and Scott Walker last night, we have to disagree with JSOnline out of Milwaukee about Mary Burke and her debate skills. In general, Burke largely answered the panelists’ questions and the criticisms from Walker, a much more experienced debater, without the long pauses that she has [...]

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Editorial, Elections

Wis. AG Race: Susan Happ Cuts Another Deal With Child Molester

No Comments 09 October 2014

Where is the Wisconsin media on reporting this story about the democrat candidate for state Attorney General? Story from Media Trackers. He threatened to hurt her favorite teddy bear, but when the 13-year old girl tried to get away from her 19-year old brother, he tied her left hand to the bed post and molested [...]

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Susan “Happgate”, Nothing Here, Move Along

No Comments 25 September 2014

We had Watergate, we have the IRSgate, do we now have Happgate?  Another story about Democrat candidate for Wisconsin State Attorney General Susan Happ. This story, Happ going soft on a child molester. Happgate seems to be more stories that the media is not interested in because it is about a democrat.  The story from Media [...]

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Editorial, Elections

Burke Isn’t Qualified To Create Jobs

No Comments 23 September 2014

Owen Robinson at Boots and Sabers has a great column about Democrat candidate Mary Burke for governor. Burke isn’t qualified to create jobs plan After months of being badgered for lacking an economic plan, Mary Burke released her much-heralded “Invest for Success” jobs plan March 25 of this year — the day after Gov. Scott [...]

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Editorial, Elections

Happ Giving Up On Wis. Children?

No Comments 23 September 2014

Media Trackers has a story about Democratic AG candidate Susan Happ. From their reporting and video you can watch, Susan Happ is giving up on protecting Wisconsin children.  “I’m a fighter, too.” It has become Democratic AG candidate Susan Happ’s popular opening line. At Fighting Bob Fest, a gathering of liberals hosted by The Progressive magazine [...]

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Editorial, Elections

Susan Happ, Turning On Their Own

No Comments 20 September 2014

It would seem like Susan Happ, the democrat running for Wisconsin Attorney General and her fellow comrades on the liberal left are spinning stories on the war on women. Happ is embroiled in a conflict of interest surrounding herself and her husband with selling their house and a case involving alleged sexual abuse of a [...]

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Editorial, Elections

Mary Burke, Another Broken Promise?

No Comments 10 September 2014

We see this editorial from the Appleton Post Crescent. It talks about the real blame for the Wisconsin Covenant, a program that then Gov. Jim Doyle, promised eighth-graders, financial help for college back in 2007 that is no longer available to them. via Editorial: Blame Doyle for end of Wisconsin Covenant. Give the Appleton Post [...]

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