Kick back. Often. Why? Our posture can change our attitude and approach. Really. Not kidding.
[Updated from 3/2/19] If you follow the life and times of Scott Walker on Twitter, you will find attacks on socialism aimed at Democratic Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and others.
You will also see all the socialism Walker regularly touts and enjoys, from travels from his downtown Milwaukee digs enriched by government-funded TIF districts, parks and protective services, to travels on 100% publicly-financed roads to airports where public employees from sheriff deputies to TSA agents to air traffic controllers move Walker and the government-certified airplanes he boards from one vacation spot and speaking gig to another.
Then back to Milwaukee, where Walker takes in Bucks games close to the city-created RiverWalk near the heavily-subsidized new basketball arena and city-supported entertainment district.
Love on the Left –
$675-million dollars would mean extended time with far-flung family and friends, time to volunteer for non-profit agencies and taking the “long way” to our next destination–instead of driving as fast as possible on the boring interstate. So as you stand in line this week to buy your next set of tickets (spending only what you can afford to lose) don’t think about what you can buy with the jackpot–think about what you can do with the time you will actually be winning.
Via Jud Lounsbury.
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Legalizing “blaze pink” to encourage women to try hunting @ Althouse.
WKOW 27: Madison, WI Breaking News, Weather and Sports
Via “You can look at these people and say, ‘They are stupid’… I might say, ‘That is their personality’” @ Althouse.
Via “Unable to pay rent in L.A., I slept behind my desk. But what began as a quick financial fix soon became a lifestyle” @ Althouse.
Via Ludicrous headline at The Daily Beast: “Why Do Bi Women Smoke So Much Weed?” @ Althouse.
Police: No significant incidents at Mifflin Street Block Party, Revelry Fest #news3 http://t.co/xX2cXDPKqi — WISCTV News 3 (@WISCTV_News3) May 3, 2015
Scott Walker owes Sears up to $50,000. According to his most recent financial disclosure forms, the governor owed between $10,000 and $100,000 to credit card companies in 2014. One of the cards listed is a Barclay Card, and the other is a Sears MasterCard….The Boston Globe noted that Walker has the lowest net worth of…
Scott Walker signals support for eliminating 48-hour waiting period for handgun purchases http://t.co/02avOwVDtn — madison.com (@madisondotcom) March 3, 2015
Owners of the Pinehurst Inn in Bayfield County recently received some concern from potential guests. "They told us in the email that that was a deal breaker for them coming here if in fact that [the swine CAFO] was in the process of being built in this area," said Owner, Steve Sandstrom. (Henry, KBJR News)…
HLN talk show host Nancy Grace discussed the subject with rapper 2 Chainz, who is a known smoker. I think whoever put this segment together believed the loud-mouthed Grace would own the segment. They showed clips of parents giving their toddlers weed and kids getting high. But the segment did not go down as expected.…
Via Madison Ranked One of the 10 Happiest Cities @ Paul Soglin: Waxing America
Via The Worst States for Black Americans @ 24/7 Wall St..
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation said 185 people died in alcohol-related crashes last year — down 47 percent since 2003. Injuries from those crashes have dropped 59 percent in the same period. Via Drunken driving deaths down 47 percent since 2003 @ Channel3000 Madison.
While binge drinking is a widespread problem on college campuses, data from a survey that is part of a UW-Madison initiative to reduce high-risk drinking suggests the problem at UW-Madison is signficant and “probably worse” than at other institutions, Sarah Van Orman, executive director of University Health Services, told the student newspaper. Via UW-Madison survey…
Via Milwaukee Listed as a Top City for Single Women @ Express Milwaukee.
Via Madison: The Best City for Successful Aging @ Paul Soglin: Waxing America.
Many times Secretary Cathy Stepp repeated, “The rules have changed, but the tradition remains.” Hunters whom I’ve spoken with wonder if all we’ll have years from now is the fond memory of what used to be Wisconsin’s very equal deer hunting tradition. Many things are changing. New rules could hasten the loss of our populist…
Via “Do the Most Hipster Thing Possible…” @ Althouse.
How many “traditional marriages” do you know that have broken down since same-sex marriage became legal in Wisconsin? Via A question for all you conservatives out there @ Blogging Blue.
Via 21st, 22nd bear hounds killed pursuing WI wildlife trophies @ The Political Environment.
Man’s best friend? Or most disposable? Why the state’s cruelty-to-animals prohibitions do not apply – – is beyond belief. Via Two more dogs thrown to wolves in cruel-hunting WI @ The Political Environment.
But my favorite guy is the one who has a woman, because it’s a lot more of a challenge to live under primitive conditions — no electricity, no running water, etc. — when you’ve got not just your body and mind to preserve but a relationship. And what woman would humor what man this much?…
Via Scott Krug Is Last-minute No-show to Meet with Voters at “Living Better” Forum @ MAL Contends . . .