Friday, June 22, 2018

Foxconn Jobs in Wisconsin

This is an incredible accomplishment. On this alone, Scott Walker deserves another term as governor.

Pat Dussault and Chloe Trump

These people are sick.

Pat Dussault, Peter Fonda, Wanda Sykes, etc.

They're sick.

Chuck Schumer and Illegal Immigration

Interesting, isn't it?

Understand that what the Democrats are saying now is not at all what they were saying then.

The Democrats don't care about the children. They want open borders.

Wisconsin Unemployment May 2018

Wisconsin has improved dramatically with Scott Walker as governor.


Thursday, June 21, 2018

Carlos Martinez Wild Pitch, Ghost

St. Louis Cardinal pitcher Carlos Martinez really threw a really wild pitch.

I guess weird things happen when you're visited by a GHOST.

From TMJ4:

Facing the Brewers as an opposing pitcher can be pretty scary, and it doesn't help when you see a ghost in your hotel room the night before your start.

In an Instagram post from his room at the Pfister Hotel Wednesday night, Cardinals pitcher Carlos Martinez says he experienced just that.

The video shows Martinez in a hotel room with other members of his team there to console him, including outfielders Marcell Ozuna and Tommy Pham and catcher Franciso Pena.

Describing what happened, a rough translation of the video indicates Martinez says "a ghost has appeared right here in the room." The caption also mentions how he "can't sleep alone" because of the "ghost in my room."

The video is in Spanish, but it isn't hard to tell that Martinez is a little frightened. It may only get worse for him as he takes the mound Thursday night against the Brewers.

The Pfister is notorious for its haunted past, and other athletes staying there have reported supernatural presences as well. In 2016, then-Angels player Ji-Man Choi said "a spirit lingered" in his bed.
I've stayed at the Pfister.

I'm glad I didn't recall encounter any ghosts.

I'm also glad the Brewers won.

Brewers Win!

I love this team.

Go Brewers!

Abuse of Melania Trump

I am so sick of the outrageous treatment that President Trump's family and our First Lady receive.

I sincerely hope Melania doesn't care what the haters, Democrats, and Leftists say, because they are brutal. I hope she knows that millions of Americans admire her and appreciate how she conducts herself as our First Lady.

Obama and Democrats Responsible for Illegal Immigration Mess

Where was the outrage during Obama's presidency?

Where was Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi?

Nobody cared about the deplorable conditions of children in detention centers.

Nobody highlighted Obama's Nazi-like concentration camps.

And we're supposed to buy that the Democrats' alleged humanitarian concerns and calls for compassion are real?

Give me a break.

Bottomline: Democrats want open borders. They don't care about our country's security.

Remember: The now infamous Mylar blankets were Obama-era images.

Charles Krauthammer R.I.P.

He will be missed.

Rest in peace.

TIME Cover Bashes Trump Again

Trump haters are eating up the latest cover of TIME.

TIME has a problem. The narrative isn't going to fly.

So much for such a "powerful" cover.

Two weeks ago, this was TIME's cover:

Isn't it funny that the same people complaining just days earlier that Trump wants absolute power were the ones demanding he skirt the Legislative Branch and solve the illegal immigration problem via executive order?

Yes. It's funny.

Crying Girl on TIME: Never Separated From Mother

According to the father of the crying girl on the cover of TIME, the child was never separated from her mother.

Read this.

Melania's 'I Really Don't Care, Do U?' Jacket

At the moment, instead of crying over children being separated from family members entering our country illegally, now we must express our outrage over First Lady Melania Trump's jacket.

It's Jacket-Gate!

When getting on a government plane at Andrews Air Force Base she wore a $39 Zara military jacket with the extraordinary message printed on the back in broad, white, paint-like strokes: 'I don't care, do u?'

Her spokesperson said it was just a jacket.

'It's a jacket. There was no hidden message. After today's important visit to Texas, I hope this isn't what the media is going to choose to focus on,' Grisham told the in a statement.

Grisham also tweeted about the coverage of the coat.

'Today’s visit w the children in Texas impacted @flotus greatly. If media would spend their time & energy on her actions & efforts to help kids - rather than speculate & focus on her wardrobe - we could get so much accomplished on behalf of children.'

She added the hashtags #shecares #itsjustajacket

The first lady also wore the jacket when she deplaned at Andrews Air Force base upon her return to Washington D.C. where it's 82 degrees and muggy.

Of course, Trump haters are insisting that Melania is sending a message that she doesn't care about children in crisis.

When I heard of her jacket choice, I thought she has to be sending a message.

However, the message I received was that she's telling the Leftist detractors that she really doesn't care what they say.

According to the president's tweet, that appears to be the case.

Peter Fonda just took to social media to call for the kidnapping and rape of her son.

If I had to deal with that sort of garbage on a daily basis, I think I'd wear that jacket, too.

Summer Solstice 2018

In Wisconsin, the Summer Solstice occurs today at 5:07 AM CDT.

It's summer!

Tammy Baldwin and Seth Meyers

Sen. Tammy Baldwin will be a guest on Late Night with Seth Meyers tonight.

Funny that she's on that show when she is so rarely heard from in Wisconsin media.

NBC is certainly pushing its "Defeat Trump" agenda.

Allison Hrabar

A DOJ employee was among the hecklers at the restaurant: Allison Hrabar.

From FOX News:
One of the socialist protesters who accosted Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen on Tuesday at a Mexican restaurant has been exposed as a Department of Justice employee.

Allison Hrabar, a member of the Democratic Socialists of America who attended the protest against Nielsen over the controversial border law enforcement, was revealed to be a paralegal specialist at the DOJ, the Washington Examiner reported.

“It feels really good to confront people who are actually responsible, which is what we have a unique opportunity to do in D.C.,” the DOJ worker told the outlet.
Our taxpayer dollars pay her salary.

Good grief.

I wonder how Hrabar would feel if a mob yelled at her while she was minding her own business trying to enjoy a meal at a restaurant.

I don't think she'd find that it "feels really good."

Wanda Sykes Berates Ivanka Trump

You know things have gotten really bad when this tweet from Wanda Sykes pales in comparison with Peter Fonda's ugliness.

Did Sykes get upset when Obama "abused children"?


Kirstjen Nielsen at Mexican Restaurant

This reminds me so much of the protesters in Wisconsin in 2011, flat-out obnoxious.

I think the "shame, shame, shame" chant is still echoing at the Capitol in Madison.

If I had been in that restaurant as a customer, I would not have wanted my meal to be disturbed like that.

These protesters didn't just harass Nielsen. They made all the others in the place suffer.

Collateral damage, I suppose.

Obama's Concentration Camps for Children

I have no respect for the Leftists distraught over the treatment of children brought by adults entering the country illegally. Their outrage is pathetic.

It's insincere.

They didn't say a damn thing about the treatment children received at centers while Obama was in office.

Laura Bush didn't see fit to complain about the children when Obama was in office.

I'm not sure, but I don't recall Cardinal Dolan or Catholic bishops issuing statements condemning Obama. Did the pope weigh in?

United Airlines didn't refuse to let the U.S. government fly "separated immigrant children" on their aircraft when the Obama administration locked kids in cages.

No one said the country looked like Nazi Germany and Obama was running concentration camps.

Rachel Maddow had no compassion for the children when Obama was in office.

We have a problem we need to solve. We need to secure our borders and stop the lawlessness. Not stop immigration, stop the lawbreaking.

If Democrats really cared about the children, why were they silent during the Obama years?

Apparently, they don't care about the children.

Why can't we work together to achieve order and equal treatment?

It seems like the Democrats aren't interested in that.

The Democrats lost the 2016 presidential election because they neglected hard-working Americans.

They've learned nothing.

Tammy Baldwin and Obama's Mistreatment of Immigrant Children

Brooke Baldwin asked Wisconsin Sen. Tammy Baldwin if she raised her voice about the mistreatment of children under the Obama administration.

That was shocking to hear coming from CNN.

It wasn't shocking that Baldwin stuttered her way through a non-answer answer.

Translation: Baldwin did NOT worry about the suffering children while Obama was in office. Baldwin did NOT raise her voice then.

Why not?

That is the question.

The answer: This is all a political ploy. Never let a crisis go to waste.

Peter Fonda: Barron Trump Should Be Kidnapped, Raped

Peter Fonda, like so many Leftists and Never Trumpers, have completely lost their minds. It's not enough to say they've become unhinged or that they're deranged. They have truly gone stark raving mad.


Fonda's tweet, 12:47 AM, June 19, 2018:
Kristjen Nielsen is a lying gash that should be put in a cage and poked at by passersby. The gash should be pilloried in Lafayette Square naked and whipped by passersby while being filmed for posterity.

Fonda's tweet, 1:00 AM, June 19, 2018:
SS (Sarah Sanders) is a lying gash, too. And "gash" is much worse than cunt. Maybe we should take her children away and deport her to Arkansas, and giving her children to Stephen Goebbels Miller for safe keeping.

Fonda's tweet, 1:48 AM, June 20, 2018:

Fonda is an absolute disgrace.

It took a while, but Fonda finally issued an apology.

From The Daily Caller:
Fonda’s manager Alan Somers sent The Daily Caller an apology from Fonda, blaming the vulgar tweet on the images of children on migrant the U.S. border. The statement reads:

“I tweeted something highly inappropriate and vulgar about the president and his family in response to the devastating images I was seeing on television. Like many Americans, I am very impassioned and distraught over the situation with children separated from their families at the border, but I went way too far. It was wrong and I should not have done it. I immediately regretted it and sincerely apologize to the family for what I said and any hurt my words have caused.”

SONY Pictures also issued a statement about Fonda's online rants.

Again, from The Daily Caller:

Sony pictures, which will be releasing a movie co-starring Fonda in a matter of days, said in a statement sent to the Daily Caller that Fonda’s comments were “abhorrent, reckless and dangerous” and that “we condemn them completely.” The statement goes on to explain that Fonda has a “minor role” in the film and the studio will not be pulling it in fairness to the other actors in the ensamble cast. Sony’s full statement:
“Peter Fonda’s comments are abhorrent, reckless and dangerous, and we condemn them completely. It is important to note that Mr. Fonda plays a very minor role in the film. To pull or alter this film at this point would unfairly penalize the filmmaker Shana Feste’s accomplishment, the many actors, crew members and other creative talent that worked hard on the project. We plan to open the film as scheduled this weekend, in a limited release of five theaters.”
Five theaters is a very limited release, and it would penalize anyone involved with Fonda's movie if it were pulled because of his vile remarks.

So what?

SONY is giving Fonda a pass. This isn't even a slap on the wrist.

Roseanne Barr lost her show and was deemed a racist by the majority of Americans for a tweet she says was a joke, albeit a bad one. She apologized immediately, but wasn't cut any slack. Her former husband, Tom Arnold, appeared on CNN to condemn her. Colleagues condemned her, even though her actions over decades in the entertainment industry are the opposite of racist. She exhibited inclusivity on her original show and the reboot. Nonetheless, Barr was labeled irredeemable.

Fonda spews misogynistic, abusive comments and wishes that 12-year-old Barron Trump would be caged and tortured by pedophiles. SONY doesn't consider that a deal-breaker.


Because Fonda hates Trump and his administration and his family.

Wednesday, June 20, 2018

Rachel Maddow Cries on Air - Tender Age

They have really gone off the deep end.

Has Maddow ever fallen apart like this when relaying news of the TENS OF MILLIONS of babies that been KILLED since Roe v. Wade?

"Tender age"?

This "torn from their mothers' arms" stuff rings very hollow. The same people employing over-the-top rhetoric and giving dramatic performances to object to the separation of children from their lawbreaking parents diminish the routine slaughter of babies through abortion.

Where are the tears for their deaths? What about their suffering?

Andy and Michael Gould, Father and Son

Some dreams do come true.

Great picture!

U.S. Leaves UN Human Rights Council

This move was long overdue.

Trey Gowdy and Michael Horowitz

Trey Gowdy did an excellent job. Tremendous.

Brewers Win!

Go Brewers!

Michael Horowitz and Jim Jordan

We've established Peter Strzok hates the president.

REP. JIM JORDAN: Mr. Horowitz, was Peter Strzok put on special counsel Mueller's team?


REP. JIM JORDAN: So again, just to, the guy who hates the president, the guy who ran the Clinton investigation, the guy who ran the Russian investigation, then gets assigned to the special counsel team.
We've established Strzok was politically biased against the president.

Strzok made clear he would use his power and position to keep Trump from becoming president and then from functioning as president.

We have a scandal of epic proportions here.

Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Chris Pratt - MTV Movie and TV Awards

Chris Pratt's speech is far more shocking than Robert De Niro's words at the Tonys.

Concentration Camps for Children

This must stop.

Michael Steele says everyone should fear their kids could be rounded up and put in a concentration camp.

That is crazy.

Joe Scarborough also compared the centers housing children brought to the U.S. by people entering the country illegally to Nazi concentration camps.

Chris Reeves writes:

Apparently based on a public defender’s claim that his illegal immigrant child clients were being led away from their alleged parents with promises of being given a bath, Scarborough remarked that federal agents were akin to Nazi camp guards leading Jews to “showers” to be gassed to death.

Michael Hayden also thought it was appropriate to employ Holocaust imagery.

Rich Lowry comments:
If all the Nazis did was temporarily separate children from parents who had violated immigration laws, and then either re-unite them with the parents or with a relative already in the country, they wouldn’t be Nazis. Hayden justified the tweet this morning by saying he wants to warn us away from becoming Nazis, which is equally absurd. No one in this country wants to kill innocent children.
Laura Bush added her voice to the over-the-top comparisons crowd.

In a Washington Post op-ed, Laura Bush writes:

I live in a border state. I appreciate the need to enforce and protect our international boundaries, but this zero-tolerance policy is cruel. It is immoral. And it breaks my heart.

Our government should not be in the business of warehousing children in converted box stores or making plans to place them in tent cities in the desert outside of El Paso. These images are eerily reminiscent of the internment camps for U.S. citizens and noncitizens of Japanese descent during World War II, now considered to have been one of the most shameful episodes in U.S. history.
Playing loose with history is inexcusable.

These comparisons are false. Raising imagery of the Holocaust or the policies put in place by Franklin Roosevelt to incarcerate Americans of Japanese descent to explain the illegal immigration crisis diminishes the historical reality of these atrocities.

Kirstjen Nielsen - Misinformation

Monday, June 18, 2018

Leah Vukmir Ad - 'Threatened'

Leah Vukmir released an ad today that has people talking.

That's exactly what an ad should do.

The ad is called "Threatened."


How one responds to this ad has a lot to do with what one brings to the table.

If you live in Wisconsin, if you were around during the Act 10 Democrat insurgency, you understand what Leah Vukmir is saying.

I remember the occupation of the capitol and the protests of the crazed, deranged Leftists. It was similar to what we see now in response to President Trump, complete lunacy. The insanity of the Democrats and the death threats directed at Scott Walker and other Republicans, like Vukmir, are vivid memories, making the current display of Trump Derangement Syndrome so familiar. Here in Wisconsin, we've witnessed the Democrats melt down. Of course, their meltdown caused Gov. Scott Walker to make history and win the recall election.

While Leah Vukmir, Scott Walker and his family, and others received threats of violence, we all were threatened. The Democrats' attempted to undo the election. They had a tantrum and we stood firm. We won.

That context must be addressed when viewing the ad.

The family photos at the beginning ground the message. It's clear that the safety and well-being of our loved ones must be defended and Vukmir intends to do that.

As the camera pans past the photos and through the room, we see Vukmir seated at the table as she addresses the viewer. The camera draws the viewer toward her and into her message. It's as if we're sitting across from her. It's very effective.

What's on the table is causing some controversy. There's that big gun.

It is somewhat jarring, as reality can be, but it's not disturbing. She's not holding the gun. She's not pointing the gun at anyone, but it's there, ready to use to defend if necessary.

The ad does not advocate violence. To the contrary, it displays the reality of good people exercising their rights under the Constitution. It's a visual representation that Vukmir is a strong person, refusing to give in to the relentless threats that conservatives receive. Vukmir showed her mettle in 2011 and 2012 when she took on union bosses. Later, she worked to defund Planned Parenthood. She reminds the viewer that she isn't a spineless Republican, even mentioning her intent to work with President Trump.

Showing Vukmir with the gun also speaks to her primary opponent, Kevin Nicholson. Nicholson, a Marine veteran, focuses on his military service in his campaign, "Send in the Marine." This ad dispels the notion that Vukmir isn't as tough as Nicholson. Although she wasn't a Marine, she's not going to back down in a fight. Also, very effective.

In addition to the gun silently sending a message, there's the cross. Vukmir wears a cross necklace that's impossible to miss. When I watched the ad, I didn't take the cross to be a rallying cry to Christians. Much like the gun, I see it as an embrace of our freedoms. Vukmir is unashamed to express her faith. The cross doesn't exclude anyone. It sends the message that we each have the right to worship according to our own conscience.

I'm sure people will yap that this ad is full of dog whistles. While it is packed with meaning, I don't think its meaning is hidden.

It's all out there on the table.

Kathy Griffin and Melanie Trump


This is not civil discourse.

This also isn't brave. It's just ugly.

Zombie Democrats

Yes. Like Democrats.

Planned Parenthood: Parents Separated From Their Children

Planned Parenthood, the baby killing and organ trafficking operation, is concerned about children being separated from their parents.


GOP - 'Cult-Like'

Sen. Bob Corker and Democrats and other Leftists have all decided to label the Republican party's support of President Trump as cult-like.

Good grief.

These anti-Trump people are crazy.

Democrats and Saul Alinsky

This is exactly what the Democrats are doing.