Walker and his promises

Nothing delights a Wisconsin Democrat these days more than reminding voters of Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker’s broken promises. There are several, but the one they like most is the (ridiculous) idea that he could create 250,000 jobs. I used the word ridiculous. It was. It still is. Politicians don’t create jobs, economies do. For Walker […]

Free today! Scott Walker’s Wisconsin: A Fairly Conservative Perspective

Actually, it’s free tomorrow as well. Head over to Amazon and download a copy in Kindle format.

Considering the candidates for WI Attorney General

I suppose we should take a moment to figure out who’s running. The race between Republican Brad Schimel and Democrat Susan Happ isn’t exactly on the front page. All that space is reserved for the he-said-she-said dialogue between gubernatorial candidates Scott Walker and Mary Burke. But the Attorney General decision will be on the ballot […]

Shall we play a game?

I suppose I just dated myself with that title. It’s from the 1983 movie War Games where a (very) young Matthew Broderick hacks into a war computer and nearly starts World War III. In the end, the computer learns the concept of a tied game – or no winner possible – and stops the launch […]

Candidates find creating jobs in Wisconsin might be challenging.

Mary Burke found the task so gruelling that she allowed a campaign consultant to copy text from other gubernatorial plans across the nation word for word. Scott Walker found the task so daunting that his first campaign claim to create 250,000 jobs in our state earned a “broken” label from Politifact who credits him with […]