Kevin Fischer is a veteran broadcaster, the recipient of over 150 major journalism awards from the Milwaukee Press Club, the Wisconsin Associated Press, the Northwest Broadcast News Association, the Wisconsin Bar Association, and others. He has been seen and heard on Milwaukee TV and radio stations for over three decades. A longtime aide to state Senate Republicans in the Wisconsin Legislature, Kevin can be seen offering his views on the news on the public affairs program, "InterCHANGE," on Milwaukee Public Television Channel 10, and heard filling in on Newstalk 1130 WISN. He lives with his wife, Jennifer, and their lovely baby daughter, Kyla Audrey, in Franklin.
The songs on this website of Christmas parodies didn’t make it.
But several are worth a listen.
Again, these are parodies, so some have questionable content and language. Some are not PC. But I think they’re hilarious.
I recommend the following songs:
Im Getting Nuttin for Christmas
I want a boob job for Christmas
OJ Simpson Christmas
Police Stop my car
Run Run Rudolph
The Hat I got for Christmas is too Big
Walking Round in Womens Underwear
This is an incredible piece.
If you didn't see it in today's paper or if you don't get the Milwaukee Journal/Sentinel, this is a must-read.
USA WEEKEND asked writers from three of the country's top newspapers to take a fresh look, telling us why "Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus" matters today. Here's one of them.
I fill in for Mark Belling on NEWSTALK 1130 WISN this Wednesday from 3-6 p.m.
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Of course, the so-called “health experts” wouldn’t even think of blaming promiscuous teens, their parents, or school sex-ed programs.
The reason for this jump in kids having babies?
It’s those classes that tell kids NOT to have sex, and the kids who listen and DON’T have sex.
If you’re a curious teenager with raging hormones, remaining abstinent makes you an uneducated, weird, un-cool, stupid nerd.
Columnist Mary Grabar writes about a let-it-all-hang out message being delivered in a series of videos for teens promoted through a teen pregnancy prevention program, G-CAPP (Georgia Campaign for Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention).
One of the videos produced by the Midwest Teen Sex Show discusses abstinence.
“The segment on “Abstinence” shows an actress playing the part of a girl beaten to the point of brain damage and slurring, “But I respect my body.”
These podcasts are introduced with a sign held by a gyrating, scantily clad nubile teenager in a farm field. The porno-inspired intro ends with her on all fours with the sign in her mouth.
Such an intro gives a pretty good idea of the producers’ attitudes on “Abstinence.” The reasons given for abstinence are: no sexually transmitted diseases, being more sexually desirable (which is presumed to be the sine qua non of teens’ existence), and no children. “You don’t have to sit through boring Cub Scout meetings,” says the cool young female host before the very un-cool Cub Scout comes on.
The “cons,” however, far outweigh the “pros.”
First “con” is that abstinence is “really bo-ring!” “Like all the cool kids are having sex and they’re gonna’ laugh at you if you’re not.” This is when the beat-up brain-damaged girl comes on to illustrate the point.
To the reason, “I’m saving myself for marriage,” the host comes back with, “It’s highly unrealistic you’ll be able to save yourself for marriage. . . . If you succeed, I feel bad for your spouse. Sex takes practice. You can’t just read a book to learn how to do it.”
See the video here.
Grabar concludes her column with this:
In language and imagery that alternates between baby talk and pornography, girls are told that being beat up for being a virgin is something to be laughed at, that motherhood is filled with horrible Cub Scout meetings, and that parents are useless idiots (unless they hand out condoms).
You can see Grabar’s entire column here.
We know kids are hearing about sex in school. If they’re going to be instructed about birth control and told where to get condoms (if not handed to them directly), then it makes sense that should also hear a message that abstinence is the healthiest and the best option to avoid becoming pregnant.