Reply to: Federal Court Criticizes Wisconsin Republicans for "Peculiarly Furtive" Redistricting, Closes Case
After spending over a million dollars of taxpayer money,all the while crying about money spent on waste like food stamps, housing and other extravegances, and totally emptying the patriots' donations for observed CRIMINAL activities,this is the result? "The extent to which historians,the media, professional regulators and disciplinary bodies, or any others may wish to take further action is for them to decide in due course." When is due course; after the Republicans totally delete Democracy in Wisconsin? Which of our states is next?
Reply to: Lois Lerner's "Hands-Off" Approach Likely Contributed to IRS Mess
Why is this word used six times in this article? Believe it or not, government bureaucrats have ample discretion under a wide variety of laws. Thus, for example, the determination of who gets audited or why is vested in the IRS' discretion. I don't recall hearing of anyone claiming "ambiguity" led to audits of Nixon political opponents. Call it what it is: abuse of power. Don't excuse it with claims of ambiguity.
Reply to: Victory for Food Rights and Wisconsin Farmer Vernon Hershberger
If their are proper protections in the bill (like banning the sale of it to minors) then who cares. People can smoke cigarettes and drink alcohol. If adults in the state of Wisconsin want to increase their risk of listeria then they should be able to accept that risk.
Reply to: PBS Killed Wisconsin Uprising Documentary "Citizen Koch" To Appease Koch Brothers
Reply to: War on Democracy in Wisconsin: Bill Would Enact Voter ID, End Disclosure, Limit Early Voting, Expand Lobbyist Influence
Since photo Id's can easily be faked, instead we should create a resident DNA database. Then a simple pin prick blood test at your polling place can be used to verify that voters truly are who they claim. After all we must protect ourselves from the rampant illegal voting by cheaters that have so greatly effected the outcome of elections, no matter what the cost. Also since corporations are people they should be allowed to vote. Not only that, but they should be allowed to vote as many times as they have shareholders, since they are now our true representatives.