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 young daughter, Kyla Audrey, in Franklin.
What a ridiculous assertion!
The Journal Sentinel, liberal? Why, that’s preposterous! Let’s take a look at the Crossroads section in today’s Sunday edition.
In the letters to the editor section, cleverly entitled, “Sunday Symposium,” the powers that be chose not one, but TWO letters criticizing state Senator Alberta Darling (R-River Hills) for the death of a 13-month old foster child, Christopher Thomas.
The baby boy was choked to death by his foster mother, the boy’s aunt. Darling said the case made her “heartsick,” and called for a sate investigation. Darling has been a champion of the child welfare/child safety issue longer than the Journal Sentinel has been the Journal Sentinel, and yet the editors thought it appropriate to print two letters ripping her, not the aunt for the death of this innocent infant.
Any letter or editorial commending her for calling for an investigation? Are you kidding? Are you, excuse me, nuts?
Any letter or editorial chastising black elected officials for their silence on this or any other chaotic episode in the central city? I repeat my earlier questions.
There’s also a piece on the incredibly unpopular notion of commuter rail. Any rebuttal column? At the risk of being redundant, are you kidding me? Are you, excuse me, out of your mind?
The best, though, is an opinion piece on how to raise state revenue co-written by three lefties that calls for no less than…..
A DOZEN TAX INCREASES!
One would think such a radical op-ed item would warrant a column with a differing view. After all, aren’t the editors trained in the fairness of journalism? Don’t they go to bed invoking God (that they won’t do in print) imploring Him for the rebirth of the Fairness Doctrine?
Cue the broken record. Are you kidding me? Are you one french fry short of a Happy Meal?
Praise the Lord, I am so deliriously happy the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel is not a liberal publication. If they were, my goodness gracious, their circulation would drop, and those ever so smart editors would never allow that to happen.
The Packer General Manager is so much smarter than me and thousands of other Green Bay fans.
He knows sooooooooooooo much about football.
He knows Brett Favre is washed up.
He knows Brett Favre just can’t play the game anymore.
He knows that in order to win, a team needs to do so without Brett Favre.
Brett Favre no longer has what it takes to be a leader.
To get to that “next level,“ whatever the hell that means, the Packers have to do it with a quarterback with little or no experience.
The Packers without a 3-time NFL MVP that led the team to a 13-3 record last year and a game away from the Super Bowl are better off this year without him because, well, he’s washed up and I’m a cocky, arrogant, SOB of a GM that knows more about football than anyone else, so shut your %$#@^*&^%$# mouth.
I am in awe of Ted Thompson's brilliance.
UPDATE: Favre and the Jets have good Karma.
Mary and Mark Carstensen (jsonline.com)
Franklin developer Mark Carstensen's home was used this year as the American Cancer Society's "Christmas Fantasy House." The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel today has a feature in its Cue section with photos. Scroll down to the 3rd item.
Here's more from the American Cancer Society.
Carstensen is one of Franklin's best corporate citizens. Thank you, Mark, for all you do for our community!
As I post every Sunday, here are the top five most popular of my blog entries from the previous week:
1) Photos of the Week (11/16/08)
2) Culinary no-no #87
3) If you call state Senator Mary Lazich's office this week...
4) Democrats in control of Legislature already fighting
5) Thanks, Sierra Club
Have you heard the ads?
The ones on the radio....from We Energies.
Nothing new, really. They've been making the same claim for a long time.
We Energies swears their energy prices are 7% below the national average. That could very well be. I have no idea if that's true or not.
I can tell you this....when I hear that advertised proclamation, it doesn't make me, as a consumer, feel any better.
Seems to me this might be a good project for a certain newspaper or any TV news department in town to investigate.
Is it true? Are We Energies prices 7% below the national average?
Again, even if it's true, I still don't feel like I'm getting a bargain.