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.
Wisconsin Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen is one of 23 Attorneys General to sign a letter to U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder expressing opposition to the reinstatement of a ban on semi-automatic weapons.
Big deal. David Letterman finally apologizes to Sarah Palin, after how many days since his brutal attack on the
On the sincerity meter, this ranks below zero.
I seem to recall that when nationally syndicated radio talk show host Michael Savage made his outrageous on-air comments about autism, lefty bloggers, including some locally, called on conservatives to condemn Savage. Some, feeling guilty, took the bait and commented about how horrible Savage was and that WTMJ should dump his show and advertisers should stop advertising, etc, etc, forgetting that there is an on-off apparatus on every AM radio.
Even though I agreed Savage was out of line, I refused to join in the blogosphere crusade against the talk show host because I know the hateful, hypocrite left will never reciprocate and join in the condemnation of their own when conservatives are smeared.
The David Letterman assault is Exhibit A. Liberals I talk to say it was hilarious. They see absolutely nothing wrong.
Lefties want righties to join them all the time in the interest of bipartisanship. Lefties will never cross the aisle to return the favor. They’re phonies, which is why I refuse to suck up to them or ditch my principles just to get them to like me. I know a ton of liberals and we get along swimmingly. You either like me or you don’t. But I’ll be damned if I am going to compromise myself just so you’ll put me on your silly blog roll.
I close with this interesting blog from a parent written on Redstate. The parent writes:
“Letterman’s jokes are reminders that liberal society advances the image of women embracing promiscuity and degrading behavior as something laudable. They are also something as Governor Palin pointed out, that would never be leveled at the Obama girls or any other liberal offspring for that matter. The hideous attack on the young Palin children is both morally reprehensible and a glaring example of a horrific level of media bias that could accurately be depicted as outright propaganda.
Franklin Common Council President Steve Taylor is leading a chorus of one that
Albeit unscientific, the current poll on FranklinNOW on this very question shows overwhelming opposition to a full-time mayor. The “no” responses are in the two-thirds zone. The “Who cares?
In a previous entry, I asked Alderman Taylor to submit to me a guest blog explaining why
Of course, I don’t live in
Since Alderman Taylor won’t shed light on his very own high falootin’ notion, allow me to offer some analysis for you to ponder.
Let’s just begin with a simple, honest, common sense question. Just what in the hell would a full-time
Would the full-time mayor have to be at City Hall, every day, all day?
What would the working hours be? 8:00 start? 8:30?
When would the official working day end? 4:30? 5:00?
Here’s a beauty for you,
Oooooooooooooooooooooooooohh! I bet you hadn’t thought of that one, didja?
Ol’ Steve Patz is sitting there in his office (laughing) running a school district of 4,080
Using that formula, the mayor of
Just what is the proper salary to entice someone to give up their real job to run for
What would the job qualifications be for a full-time mayor? Sorry to ask such a tough question but just what would he/she be required to do to earn that full-time salary, whatever the hell it is?
OK, so now we make the mayor full-time. What do we do with our full-time Director of Administration? Dump him? Demote him? Keep him full-time? If so, why?
Has Steve Taylor answered any of these questions?
Better yet, has Steve Taylor even THOUGHT of any of these questions?
The answer is NO.
So is the whole foolish question of whather Franklin should have a full-time mayor.