Packers’ Biggest Draft Busts

Link to the 1980-89 seasons, with additional sections for more recent mistakes. Not every pick pans out, or in hindsight, even makes sense…

Via Total Packers.

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“Normal for an American, but not a president.”


Via More Scott Walker 2016 buzz @ JS All Politics Blog.

‘Jumping up and down as best he could’


The man known for his belligerent brand of independence suddenly looked like an 11-year-old Jerry Jones groupie, jumping up and down as best he could, trying to get in on a group hug that he missed.

Via Christie's stumble in Dallas could be fatal @

Long trip just to watch his team lose

Via Chris Christie To Pay His Own Way To Cowboys Against Packers « CBS Philly.

How supportive of speech are we

Via “The journalists at Charlie Hebdo are now rightly being celebrated as martyrs on behalf of freedom of expression, but let’s face it…” @ Althouse.

Why, yes, it is

Via “The proper focus is the truth” @ Althouse

‘Bend Over and Take It Like a Prisoner’

Via Mike Huckabee And Rape @ CAFFEINATED POLITICS.

Keep the name

Red Arrow Park was created to honor the many veterans who served in the Red Arrow Division.  They served, and many died, wearing that patch so that we could maintain our liberty and vanquish foes who might’ve thought otherwise.

Via Rename Red Arrow Park? @ Germantown Now.

Conservatives look at wobbly Republicans

Via Senators who may decide right to work in Wisconsin @ Wisconsin Election Watch.

Senate, Homeland Security

Via Yikes: Tammy Has to Be Ranking Member Under New Chair, Ron Johnson! @ Uppity Wisconsin.

The other aquatic mammal

Via “Ex Miami Dolphin Player Falls Overboard, Swims 9 Miles to Shore” @ Althouse

Right-to-work is Right’s top priority

Finally, and probably most importantly, Wisconsin needs to become the 25th right-to-work state in the country. This is not about busting unions or petty politics. This is simply about giving people the freedom to choose whether or not they want to join a union and growing the Wisconsin economy.

Via HEALY: A Growth Agenda for Wisconsin @ MacIver Institute.

Friday Catblogging: How High a Tiger Can Jump

How high can a tiger jump?



Parisians Join in a Moment of Silence

Via New York Times.

Gov. Brown justifies $68,000,000,000.00

Via “It’s not that expensive. We can afford it. In fact, we cannot NOT afford it” @ Althouse.

On the planet

Via  Madison Ranked One of the 10 Happiest Cities @ Paul Soglin: Waxing America

Voter ID Appeal to Supreme Court

If the U.S. Supreme Court denies the petition to hear this case, Wisconsin’s Voter ID law will be reinstated. If the Court hears the case, the law remains enjoined pending the judgement of the Court.

Via Civil Rights Activists Petition High Court to Halt Wisconsin Photo Voter ID Law @ MAL Contends . . .

French reaction to immigration

…The French journalist and author Eric Zemmour told the BBC parties the Front National is “not a cause, it is a consequence.” He added, “People vote for the FN to say to their elites, ‘Stop doing what you are doing!’ But they never do.”…

Via “Consequence, Not Cause” @ Dad29.

Cattle Call


Other confirmed guests for the summit include New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, Texas Gov. Rick Perry, Texas Sen. Ted Cruz and former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee.

Via Gov. Walker to attend Iowa conservative event @ Channel3000 Madison.

All part of the plan

“I think any candidate that’s going to be serious, by mid-year in 2015, has to be in the race. I mean, I just was sworn in yesterday. Next week, I’m going to give my state of the state. By the beginning of next month, I’ll have given my budget address, introduce our next two-year budget, which will continue lowering property taxes, expanding school choice, lowering the size of government, reducing the number of state employees, lowering our debt, doing all the things that you’d expect a good common-sense conservative to do. And once we’ve done that, I think it puts me in a perfect position to see if this is the right calling.”

Via Scott Walker — a new line about lacking a degree, and sounding like a presidential candidate @ JS All Politics Blog

Scott v. Chris

Via Govs. Walker, Christie may meet on frozen tundra @ JS All Politics Blog

By 20 in Philadelphia

Via Final: Bucks 97, 76ers 77 @ JS Bucks Blog

Walker on Dropping Out




Walker Once Rationalized David Duke

….a full airing of Scott Walker’s defense of David Duke as not being extreme on the "issues" will serve him well with Iowa’s GOP, just not with the more decent people of the United States.

The spectacle of Scott Walker appearing on a live segment with David Duke is crazy, and Walker’s weak condemnation that veers into agreement with Duke on the "issues" is just as off-the-charts crazy….

Via Scott Walker in 1992: David Duke's Issues Are Not Extreme @ MAL Contends . . ..

Factory Farms Destroying Wisconsin, Community by Community

Big Ag is polluting waters so badly that in one Wisconsin county, Kewaunee, a child cannot wash out a cut in the summer with water from the faucet because of the pathogens from CAFOs have made the water undrinkable and unsafe.

Many still in parts of Brown County will only drink bottled water.

Turns out it’s terribly unhealthy to vector liquid cow manure into aquifers and surface waters.

Via Halting Rapacious Polluters as Scott Walker Opens Wisconsin for Sale @ MAL Contends….


Via "The Nick Cave skateboard – and five other bizarre musical endorsements." @ Althouse.

Vile Cowboys Fan Accused Yet Again of Unethical Behavior


Via Chris Christie Pushed Port Authority To Give Contract To Jerry Jones @ IBT.

Unlucky, and famous for it

Via My so-called Internet life: Post story describes the tale of Bad Luck Brian @ JS A Word with You Blog.

Not so Red after all

“Elections have a way of voluntarily and willingly neutering congressmen.”

Prominent blogger bashes Grothman for backing Boehner @ JS No Quarter Blog.

Helpful suggestions

Via 5 Things Larry Sanders Could Do If He Quits The NBA @ Express Milwaukee.

Company Man


Via In first vote, Glenn Grothman backs Boehner for House Speaker @ JS All Politics Blog.

Maryland ignoramus thinks reporter needs permission to use politician’s name

In a Facebook post, Delauter slammed reporter Bethany Rodgers of the Fredericks News-Post “for an unauthorized use of my name and my reference” in an article over the weekend.

“So let me be clear,” he continued, apparently addressing Rodgers, “do not contact me and do not use my name or reference me in an unauthorized form in the future.”

Via ‘Do Not Use My Name Without Permission’ @ CAFFEINATED POLITICS.