There is all of this talk about Obama’s Birth Certificate. I can say I never understood the “Birthers” and all of the talk about if he was a
The million dollar question- "How can I get my kids to eat healthy?"
First off we must remember that the SAD (standard american diet) is lacking the nutrition we need to stay healthy. The nutrients we need cannot be found in cans, bottles, jars, boxes, or the packages we find in grocery stores. When you walk into a super market, look around. Once you leave the produce section, there is zero nutrition in the remainder of the store. Yet the majority of shoppers spend the least amount of time in the produce area. The food choices piled high on super market shelves do not nourish our bodies. Besides being cooked, (which destroys any nutritional value) they are also filled with chemicals and toxins our bodies were not designed to deal with.
From Judge Dobogai
CUDAHY MUNICIPAL COURT
The Cudahy Municipal Court is proud to announce that through steadfast diligence, the court is completely current and running efficiently. The court overcame great obstacles to clear the significant backlog of cases by December 2010. After the backlog was cleared the court continued to make significant changes. Court hearings are now held immediately after school for juveniles and adult initial appearances are now held in the early evening. These time changes are meant to allow the public and litigants greater access to the court process. We continue to develop our court procedures to run more efficiently both in and out of the courtroom. In January of 2011, an indispensable part-time clerk position was created to assist the court clerk in the administration of court functions.
As a result of the new administration, the city has generated a substantial increase in revenue. For example, during the months of January-April of 2010 the city received $94,478.74 through court revenue. For the same period in 2011 the court’s revenue has doubled to $188,928.34. Although it is not the purpose of the court to generate revenue, it is the natural result of a timely administration of justice.
John E. Dobogai III
Don’t forget to vote for Republican Dave Craig to fill out the rest of the term of Scott Gunderson.
I was surprised at my reaction on Monday when my daughter asked me what I thought about bin Laden being killed. I examined my head and my gut and came up empty.
"Nothing," was all I could say. That's exactly what I felt.
Not too long ago, a rumor was floated that Governor Walker was going to impose "financial martial law" in
Bigger questions to ask on Osama and Obama:
I had the opportunity to testify before the Assembly Committee on Education of Tuesday. Here is a copy of my testimony
Questions can be directed to Mr. Blair at (608) 266-3660 or Ron.Blair@wisconsin.gov.
I am getting so tired of hearing that every election is a “referendum” on Walker and his policies. I can see the left and public sector union party “PUP” claiming that the Wisconsin State Supreme Court election with David Prosser was.
The left has been up in arms since the 1980’s over the trickle down. Their claim is it doesn’t work and we don’t need to even talk about it.
This has been a week where I am beginning to feel my age. The aging part has been coming from the thought that my two oldest kids are entering their final days of elementary school.
On Wednesday night, the Mike and Mike Show at the Cudahy Middle School, held a parents orientation meeting. Both Mike's have a lot of enthusiam and I have confidence that the kids will enjoy the new environment and get a good education. My daughter shared her own stories about the 6th grade trip to the Middle School on Friday.
One of my friends, who I haven’t heard from in a while, asked me to watch this documentary on the government, dietary and nutrition, and the Super-Size movie so I Netflixed it.
Gov. Walker Protests May Move Into Grocery Stores
To my mom, who is no longer with us, my wife Angie, my step mother Sue, my mother in law Ellen and to all of the Mother's out there I wish you the Happiest of Mother's Day
I just wanted to take a minute to wish all the moms, grandmas, great grandmas, and soon to be moms to have an awesome and fun Mother's Day!
The WI Council on Children’s Long Term Supports, in collaboration with
the Department of Health Services (DHS), will hold two listening sessions
to get input from families on cost-saving ideas related to the state's
Medicaid programs. DHS Secretary Dennis Smith and DHS Deputy Secretary
Kitty Rhoades are very interested in hearing from families, and this is a
great opportunity to provide your suggestions. These ideas will help DHS
develop plans aimed at improving overall consumer care, streamlining
program delivery and stabilizing programs to ensure long-term
These listening sessions can be accessed directly from your home: you do
not have to travel anywhere. Individuals who are interested in speaking
are asked to keep comments to three minutes.