Monthly Archives: November 2009
I have to take this small interruption from my break from blogging to take care of a technical difficulty. I have the WordPress via e-mail function and some of you may have seen a post about year end awards sprout … Continue reading
I am on a holiday break from blogging. I did not blog for most of this past week as I was resting up from a nasty cold. I was able to make a full recovery in time for my trip … Continue reading
Just today, the Democratic Governors Association issued a press release affirming their commitment to a “defensive race” confirming that the DGA will put Wisconsin as a top priority race. From what the DGA has described as a “defensive race” you … Continue reading
When looking at the race for Governor in both Wisconsin and Illinois, voters in the two states have jobs, taxes, and the economy as their first thoughts on the issues. Now, there is a emerging issue in Illinois with the … Continue reading
Tomorrow: Why the GITMO Controversy in Illinois could make people in Wisconsin pay attention to the Illinois Governor race.
The North Shore Exponent has been dedicating coverage to both the Wisconsin and Illinois races for Governor. Tomorrow, I will be examining the possiblity of GITMO detainees maybe moving to Illinois. This just does not affect Illinois, but this affects … Continue reading
This video talks about tax and spend Tom Barrett. Everything you need to know about him being the taxer, ’nuff said.
Yesterday the hot story around the Republican primary was reports that Shirley Klauser left the Neumann Campaign along with James Klauser backing out of the race. Now a bigger question could be is that if Mrs. Klauser left the Neumann … Continue reading