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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.

Stupid stunt costs baseball player a college scholarship

Two Georgia high school baseball players pulled a very dumb stunt recently in a state championship game.

The pitcher and catcher battery went beyond poor sportsmanship when faced with losing the title game by conspiring to take out their frustrations on the home plate umpire.

Watch the following video. It shows the pitcher throwing a perfect shot to the head of the umpire as the catcher makes no attempt to flag the high pitch. What does he do? He ducks down and pretends to catch what he thinks is a pitch in the dirt.

It is painfully obvious the pitcher intended to throw directly at the umpire and bean him.



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The 30-day sex challenge X 12


YES, THIS BLOG IS ABOUT SEX.

NOTHING DIRTY OR OFFENSIVE, MIND YOU.

BUT IT IS ABOUT SEX.

THEREFORE, IF THAT RUBS YOU THE WRONG WAY, THEN LET THIS BE A FAIR WARNING.

IF YOU WANT SOMETHING FARRRRRRRRRRRRRRR LESS INTERESTING, I SUGGEST ANY NUMBER OF LIBERAL BLOGS TO HAVE A SOMINEX-LIKE EFFECT.

I AM WILLING TO VENTURE A GUESS, HOWEVER, THAT ALL 15 OF THE 15 PEOPLE WHO READ MY BLOG WILL RESIST THE TEMPTATION TO TURN AWAY AND WILL BRAVELY READ ON TO SEE WHAT I HAVE CHOSEN TO SHARE WITH THE REST OF THE BLOGOSPHERE.

(BY THE WAY, WHEN IT COMES TO SEX, THERE IS A RATHER NOTEWORTHY FERTILITY GAP BETWEEN CONSERVATIVES AND LIBERALS).


Back In February, I blogged and talked on WISN about the Florida minister who challenged his flock to spice up their lives by getting sexy for 30 consecutive days.

30 days.

One month.

Four straight weeks and some change.

If you’re not exhausted yet, take a deep breath.

Douglas Brown is a reporter with the Denver Post. He has wriiten a new book entiled, ““Just Do It.”

Brown “just did it” for 101 days.

101 days.

If this were the Olympics, he’d get a medal.

But it wouldn’t be the gold.

That’s because Brown was “outdid,” if I could coin such a  word.

Charla and Brad Muller are described by the New York Times as, “Bible-studying steak-eating Republicans from Charlotte, N.C.”

They, too, have written a book about their love for one another with a self-explanatory title: “365 Nights.”

Again, as so many callers to my WISN program in February noted, a healthy sex life is commendable, a laudable goal.

Now, 365, 101, even 30 days in this day and age might translate to Fantasy Island for most married couples, but the intended message is clearly a positive one.

Read more about the two new books in, "Yes, Dear. Tonight Again, " in the New York Times.

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Wisconsin flooding in photos

2008 Wisconsin flooding photos


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See a home literally washed away

In southern Wisconsin.

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The people have spoken: Drill!


FACT: Governor Doyle last year tried and failed to impose a tax on oil companies that would have probably been found unconstitutional in the courts or led to even higher gas prices in Wisconsin, passed on to consumers.

FACT: Last week, Doyle blamed oil companies and high gas prices for the demise of GM in Janesville.

FACT: Democrats and environmentalists oppose drilling domestically.

All of that is quite interesting given the results of recent Gallup polls.


1) The percentage of voters blaming oil companies for skyrocketing gasoline prices has declined in the past year.

2) At the same time, support for more drilling in U.S. coastal and wilderness areas has increased to 57 percent from 41 percent.

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