Nov 9, 201501:59 PMBlaska's Bring It!
with David Blaska
Madison wants employers IF they share Paul Soglin’s values
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Rust never sleeps
No sooner did liberals redefine marriage after how many millennia than they’re integrating boys and girls’ locker rooms. Barack Obama’s Education czars re-energized social conservatives with its diktat at that a Palatine, Ill., high school must allow boys into the girls’ room if said boy “identifies” as transgender. Thank you for re-energizing the social conservative base, Mr. President.
But wait, there’s more! “Couple seeks right to marry. The hitch? They’re legally father, son.” (No, not the Onion nor a supermarket tabloid, but CNN.)
Quote of the Week #1: “There was nothing small about Fred Thompson, not his voice, nor his love for his family or his country. He was a big man who lived consequentially. … Many times we would sit on the porch of my house, the ‘drinking porch,’ we would call it, and save cigars from communism. … He cared about freedom and how we were losing it under a president he pegged as “George McGovern, without the experience.’” — Alex Castellanos at CNN.
Quote of the Week #2: “I don’t know what women in New York do. Probably see a therapist or get on meds. I got my AK-(47) and a T-shirt that [says], ‘I’m Out of Estrogen and I have a Gun.’” —“Sweet Home Mississippi,” Sunday New York Times.
Friday: President Obama blocks the Keystone XL Pipeline, citing environmental concerns. Saturday: A train derails just north of Alma, Wis., on the Mississippi River, spilling ethanol. Sunday: Another train carrying crude oil derails in Watertown, leaking oil. The B! Blogge reports, you decide.
Quick, more free stuff: Continuing the "Women as Victims" meme of the Democrat(ic) party, State Rep. Melissa Sargent, D–Madison, is circulating proposed legislation that requires restroom facilities in buildings owned, leased, or occupied by the State of Wisconsin to have tampons and sanitary napkins free of charge. "It is imperative that our society address the stigma, and parity surrounding feminine hygiene,” says the tribune of strong women everywhere.
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