One of the details dribbling out of Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker’s budget is his plan to phase out Chapter 220. The law, originating in 1975, lets students be educated in school other than their home district “to promote cultural and racial integration in education.” Here is a 2013 Wisconsin Legislative Fiscal Bureau paper on the […]
I was playing around and trying to create a reasonable starting point that provides a guide as to how voting in our Governor’s race will shake out. My key points of reference were the Walker win in 2010, the Walker recall election, and the Obama/Romney race. I’m just looking at R and D votes and ignoring the rest. […]
We can learn from history. I’ve heard this all my life. Here’s some history. Since it’s on these very short videos it is not opinion, just reality. Some more reality. Well, President Obama did end the war. Just ask any Iraqi today.
I never thought I would do it. On Tuesday I voted for a college professor that conducts his trade in a small liberal arts college in Ashland, Virginia a.k.a. the Center of the Universe and home of the annual Starawberry Faire. My Congressman will change in January of next year. I live in the district […]
Based on the established policy history of the Obama administration, I am trying to determine exactly how they will handle the Sgt. Bergdahl story as we go forward. Will it be shovel readied? Fast & Furioused? Rev. Wrighted? Benghazied? VA’d? Nuclear optioned? NSA’d? Doctored? IRS’d? Keystoned? What difference does it make’d? We are being asked […]