The Village Board Is Fired. We Will Do It For Them.

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After this Monday’s village board vote rejecting a comprehensive feasibility study to create our own local school district, I was almost at a loss for words… It’s been a few days, so I’ve been able to gather my thoughts, reload, and I’m ready … Continued

Caledonia Should Decide Its Course, Not The Elite

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THEY SAID “YES” On April 7th, Caledonia voters approved a referendum question, “Should Caledonia pursue the creation of an independent school district?” It was the culmination of over 10 years of work by residents going back to 2002. The village board … Continued

Localize Government, Don’t Just Fight It

  Since the beginning of human government some 5,000+ years ago an “age of conscience” caused mankind to seek a way to bring about a civilized society among the masses. Before Sumerian city-states there were tribes and patriarchal rules and … Continued

Superintendent Haws Hits the “Reply” Button… to the Wrong Parent

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POLITICKING ON SCHOOL GROUNDS On October 22nd, a parent/teacher meeting at Starbuck School for an engineering program hosted Michael Frontier, a school board member to discuss the pending referendum vote with parents and students. His appearance was accompanied by the distribution of two-sided flyers … Continued

Racine Journal Times Shames Itself, Insults Readers

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For the second time in a week, the Journal Times of Racine, WI has shamed itself through bad journalism and insulted its readers by arrogantly wagging its finger at us about a single fact we’ve used among many, while refusing to print … Continued

Why Rick Perry Will Win: Because He Can Admit It

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While there is no inherent guilt by denying a false accusation, political drama rarely gives you an opportunity to look innocent by embracing that which your enemy thinks is your downfall. But fate has shown down upon the Great State … Continued

Perry Indictment Brings a Chorus of Bipartisan Scorn

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  “We don’t settle political differences with indictments in this country.” – Governor Rick Perry (R-TX) UPDATED August 18, 2:04pm The biggest news story of the week was the indictment of Governor Rick Perry on two charges of abusing government … Continued

Last Minute Desperation By A Bad Candidate

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  24 hours from now, the seminal moment of the Wisconsin primary season will culminate in thousands of voters streaming to the polls and selecting their nominees for each party in the November general election. Here in the 21st Wisconsin Senate district, … Continued

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