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Can Kloppenburg Find 7,305 Votes In Milwaukee Today?

Posted by  ▪  April 13, 2011
If not, it’s all over in the Wisconsin Supreme Court race, as reported by WiscPolitics Election Blog:The canvasses from Sauk and Taylor counties have now been posted to the GAB website. But it could be until the end of today or even tomorrow before Milwaukee County is through proofing its numbers.Milwaukee…
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When Do They Take Over Health Care?

Posted by  ▪  April 13, 2011
You think dealing with insurance companies is hard, at least you have choices, for now. Once government takes over, you get what you get, just like at the airports now. And fighting with an insurance company may land you in court, but fighting with the government may land you in jail.What…
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Does Wisconsin 2011 = U.S.A. 2012?

Posted by  ▪  April 13, 2011
Alexander Burns at Politico argues that Wisconsin in 2011 is a template for what will happen nationally in 2012, a split electorate with a narrow margin of victory:Wisconsin’s contested Supreme Court race has set in motion a drama that’s by now almost painfully familiar. It goes something like this: A hard-fought…
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Widener Dean Sued For Defamation Was Considered For U.S. District Court Opening

Posted by  ▪  April 12, 2011
I previously posted about The Culture of Jumping To Conclusions At Widener Law School, including allegations by Widener law school professor Lawrence Connell that Widener Dean Linda Ammons falsely accused Connell of racism and sexism, and of engaging in threatening behavior by using a hypothetical example in criminal law class involving an attack on the Dean.Now Connell has filed…
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What am I doing

Posted by  ▪  April 12, 2011
Kathleenin the north when I could be in Sandy Springs, GA? It’s like a baby charter city! ——————————————–Follow me on Twitter, Facebook, and YouTubeVisit the Legal Insurrection Shop on CafePress!
 

Another Day, Another Nonsense PPP Poll

Posted by  ▪  April 12, 2011
If you have not realized it by now, Public Policy Polling — which works for DailyKos — has become an important part of the left-wing messaging machine, with a relentless series of polls spun as bad news for Republicans since the November 2010 elections, and gimmicks (such as polling Charlie Sheen,…
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“It Was Not As Good For Me As It Was For You”

Posted by  ▪  April 12, 2011
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Wisconsin State Election Officials Verify Accuracy Of Waukesha Numbers

Posted by  ▪  April 12, 2011
The Government Accountability Board (GAB) in Wisconsin is the governmental entity which is responsible for elections.Ever since Waukesha County Clerk Kathy Nickaulous discovered during the county’s election canvass that the city of Brookfield was not included in numbers initially reported to the press, Democrats have been crying foul and claiming there was fraud.But as…
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WI Dems Organizing To Challenge “Recall Wirch” Petitions

Posted by  ▪  April 12, 2011
I posted yesterday about how Recall Wirch expects to submit several thousand more signatures than required for a recall election of Democratic state Senator Robert Wirch, who fled along with 13 other Democrats to Illinois.Now Democrats are organizing to challenge as many of the signatures as they can, through a data…
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Hey Copper, I Didn’t See Nothin’ an’ Nobody

Posted by  ▪  April 11, 2011
The Democrat in Waukesha County who verified — on video – that the numbers from the city of Brookfield mistakenly were left out of the count reported to AP now insists she didn’t see nothin’ (via The PJ Tatler):I am 80 years old and I don’t understand anything about computers. I don’t know where…
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Spring spheres?

Posted by  ▪  April 11, 2011
Kathleen I caught wind of the story of a girl who was volunteering in a Seattle public school over her spring break:”At the end of the week I had an idea to fill little plastic eggs with treats and jelly beans and other candy, but I was kind of unsure how…
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9th Circuit Upholds Injunction Against Arizona Immigration Law

Posted by  ▪  April 11, 2011
In a split decision, the Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit has upheld a lower court decision to enjoin implementation of key provisions of S.B. 1070, the Arizona immigration law.  A copy of the 9th Circuit opinion is below.  The opinions was written by Judge Richard Paez and joined by…
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Important Obama Campaign Message To Be Delivered Wednesday

Posted by  ▪  April 11, 2011
Having absented himself from the budget debate until the end, having run up several trillion dollars in debt, having expanded government, having proven himself completely incapable of comprehending that government is not the answer, Barack Obama is set to announce a deficit reduction plan.But as all things Obama, it’s likely to be smoke,…
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A Massachusetts Miracle In Wisconsin

Posted by  ▪  April 11, 2011
A few weeks ago, when the protests in Madison were still raging, it appeared that Justice David Prosser would go down to defeat by at least several percentage points, and the recall efforts seemed lopsided against Republican Senators.  I urged readers to get involved because we could not let Wisconsin June 2011 Become Massachusetts…
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Gun Laws

Posted by  ▪  April 10, 2011
I never paid much attention to gun laws.  Now that I’ve finished my NRA basic handgun course, I’ll start on what will be a very, very long process to get a hand gun permit.The laws are byzantine.  In New York State, where I live about half the year, I need a…
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“Take” and “grow” are two different things

Posted by  ▪  April 10, 2011
Kathleen Vanity Fair, to which I begrudgingly subscribe (anything that keeps Hitchens on a payroll can’t be that bad, right?), brought my blood to a boil this morning when I read their latest article on ‘inequality.’ Here’s the gist: “Americans have been watching protests against oppressive regimes that concentrate massive wealth…
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Near Silence On Syria

Posted by  ▪  April 10, 2011
The carnage in Syria continues at a dramatic pace, with the Syrian armed forces and/or police routinesly using live fire against protesters.Yet there is virtual silence from the world community and the Obama adminsitration.  Some recent words of  condemnation, but not much more.  No U.N. action; no sanctions; no demands that…
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