Original 12/2/2016 post, "70% of Taylor County Wisconsin voters chose Donald Trump", starts here.
Which makes it, percentage-wise, Trump #1 fan base in the Badger State
In related news.
In 2013, U.S. poison control centers logged 10,877 calls about children under age 6 who ingested, inhaled or got detergent from the packets on their skin; in 2014, they counted 11,714 such calls. With 6,036 calls in the first half of 2015, "the trend is only going up," DiClerico says. That's despite the fact that manufacturers have taken steps such as making outer packages opaque and harder to open. They also have participated in public education campaigns.
“They used to call it ‘Man of the Year,’ but they can’t do that anymore — they want to be politically correct. That’s OK," he said.
The magazine had called the award the “Man of the Year” since it launched in 1927. It changed to “Person of the Year” in 1999. [Which, I suspect, many Trump supporters consider fake news.]
'Go to the mirror, boy!' I'd say someone needs to spend more time working and less time tweeting. The Twitter message from the president-elect at 7:41 Wednesday night, and a second one urging Mr. Jones to “spend more time working — less time talking,” continued Mr. Trump’s pattern of digital assaults, most of them aimed at his political rivals, reporters, Hollywood celebrities or female accusers. On Tuesday morning, Mr. Trump used Twitter to assail Boeing for escalating costs on the development of a new Air Force One.
Through all of these ventures, Spencer has become a leader in white supremacist circles that envision a “new” right that will openly embrace “white racial consciousness.” Although Spencer began his career [at] The American Conservative, he has since rejected conservatism. He believes that conservatives can’t or won’t represent explicitly white interests.
Loyalists of the self-described white nationalist, alt-right movement from around the country gathered in D.C. Saturday afternoon, enthused by the election of Donald Trump and optimistic that their controversial, offensive views such as calling for a white, ethnocentric state were on the rise throughout the country.
The letter also directly referenced the Ketarkus family, which includes eleven adopted children from the United States, Ghana and China. Becky Ketarkus could not be reached for comment. Via her Facebook page today, Ketarkus said that she does not plan to speak to the media any further and urged people who are upset about the letter to engage with Madison’s leaders of color and LGBTQ activists.
Decades after they fought for the U.S. and took refuge in Wisconsin, immigrants and their children still struggle for acceptance.
The Marathon County Board of Supervisors voted 30-5 to suspend Brad Karger was suspected 30 days without pay. "I'm not being investigated for incompetence, not being investigated for any illegal conduct, not being investigated for any immoral behavior," Karger said. "What I am being investigated for, and apparently being suspended for, is taking a public position in support of justice for a 16-year-old Marathon County resident that I never met."
If anything, the House lawmakers who interrogated John G. Stumpf, the chief executive of Wells Fargo, were even angrier and more hostile than their Senate counterparts who questioned him last week, before either of those steps had been taken. One by one, Democrats and Republicans alike took turns ripping apart Mr. Stumpf and what took place at the bank he leads.
Has Congress moved onto new, fresher outrages? In arbitration, consumers often find the odds are stacked against them. The arbitration clauses prevent consumers from banding together to file a lawsuit as a class, forcing them instead to hash out their disputes one by one and blunting one of most powerful tools that Americans have in challenging harmful and deceitful practices by big companies..