Mostly peaceful leftwing activist arrested for planning Molotov cocktail attack on Gov. Scott Walker. National media doesn’t see fit to report it because it doesn’t further their agenda and it happened in Wisconsin, but mostly because it doesn’t further their agenda. Journ0lism!

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Kip Hooker January 16, 2013 at 4:05 pm

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Time to ban glass bottles and gasoline!

danybhoy January 16, 2013 at 5:44 pm

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They are trying to ban gasoline. Don’t kid yourself.

Progressive Hemrrhoid January 16, 2013 at 4:16 pm

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Time to ban Liberals, they all seem to be violently insane.

poppajoe49 January 17, 2013 at 6:03 am

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Continuing the trend that started in the 60′s.
Left wing terrorism, a family tradition for half a century.

DefHarryMelon January 16, 2013 at 4:32 pm

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I just got off the phone with one of my Milwaukee friends. We chatted about this guy. No mention of it on the local media except for the radio, which is, as you all know, nothing but right wing extremists nutjob tea partists.

Missile Command January 16, 2013 at 5:02 pm

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Of course it’s not news. Why, it was not even mentioned in the slightest at last night’s Haaaavaaaard reunion cocktail party in Georgetown. The real news is how republicans want to block meaningful gun legislation. Don’t you know?????

flashingscotsman January 16, 2013 at 9:52 pm

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His hair is criminal.

jacksman January 16, 2013 at 11:44 pm

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Time to bask in glory of Change in meltdown. My aunt who was a nun told me when i was so upset after the election. Its o.k. Good always overcomes evil cause they have nothing but whats on the table! Good people have family,freinds,faith and a commitment to all. We have many tables.

Elrond Hubbard January 17, 2013 at 10:52 am

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I live in the suburbs of Milwaukee, local conservative talk radio and bloggers have made an issue of this story, the local MSM and newspapers not so much. Crazy leftists planning mayhem seldom make the news here, what the MSM is really looking for is a crazy Tea Party partisan as an excuse to smear all conservatives.

Meanwhile Kvon does seems to be both genuinely crazy and genuinely dangerous, but I don’t doubt that he’ll get off easy. After all he was arrested in Madison, ground zero for leftist politics and criminal coddling in the Midwest.

danybhoy January 17, 2013 at 12:34 pm

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I spent a couple of days in Waukesha over July 4, did Summerest, played golf at Naga-waukee, & avoided actually going into Milwaukee for the most part. Good times & very hot. Also, never saw Lake Michigan.

DefHarryMelon January 17, 2013 at 1:10 pm

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Wow, you’re never more that a few hundred feet from lake Michigan anywhere on the Summerfest grounds. You can jump in it from anywhere along the east edge of the grounds.
Helen Reddy’s drummer was smoking a joint on the shoreline rocks behind the main stage – this was in the late 70s and the main stage was located on the north end of the grounds then with office trailers for dressing rooms right along the rocks – when a plain clothes undercover walked up to him on the rocks, smiled at him and the dude handed him the joint. The cop then grabbed drummer guy’s arm to arrest him. Drummer dude then pushed his assailant into the lake where he unfortunately lost the evidence. In the wagon on his way to the police department the drummer was granted a reprieve by the mayor, who never liked to have his festival interrupted for such silly reasons and insisted the wagon deliver him back immediately. The drummer was a key component to the night’s main stage headline act, after all, and disruptions of this nature were seriously frowned upon.
In the four years running the old rock stage there I accrued many, many stories. I can recount them all if properly reminded and given enough weeks to tell them.

flashingscotsman January 17, 2013 at 1:56 pm

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Yeah, you don’t want to miss out on Helen Reddy’s show.

DefHarryMelon January 17, 2013 at 2:25 pm

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She was big star in mayor Meier’s eyes and the world at the time. I missed it. Had a very impressive Led Zep rock-a-like band on my stage that night as I recall. Busy keeping the girls from filling the backstage area beyond acceptable occupancy limits. It seemed a little weird to me that Zep was already having tribute bands, seeing that they were still touring themselves. These kids were very good at it though. Looked like replicas and sounded like it too. I ran out of back stage passes applying them to the groupies’ round parts. Helen Reddy’s show was SRO. I think it was a record attendance night at the time. Probably close to 90,000 drunk, hot, sweaty and scantily clad people for the most part. Ever since it started, Summerfest has maintained the honor of being the world’s largest music festival. Back then it was pretty much a loose as a goose operation. Lots of fun.

flashingscotsman January 20, 2013 at 8:33 am

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Sounds like LOTS of sun. Especially if you’re far enough away from Helen’s stage that you couldn’t hear any of it.

Elrond Hubbard January 18, 2013 at 9:15 am

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Last July was a very hot, very dry month. But how could you attend Summerfest and not see Lake Michigan? Summerfest is right on the lake shore. There’s good golfing in the ‘burbs of Milwaukee.

danybhoy January 20, 2013 at 8:24 am

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I never saw Lake Michigan because once I got into the Summerfest grounds, I went straight to the gates to get in line at the Marcus Amphitheater for my gig. I had a GA pit ticket, & I was in 2nd row all night. For those who don’t know, the Marcus holds 24,000, & the pit holds maybe 400. It’s a covered outdoor venue, & the only real problem was the stage was too small to accomidate the full Iron Maiden stage production. Funny thing is the Marcus is what, 200 yards from Lake Michigan? I agree, I should have seen it, but did not.

As for golf, Milwaukee has some excelent courses. Thought about Brown Deer, but it cost twice what Naga-waukee did, plus add in that it was a holday, & a PGA tour course. Plus, Naga-waukee was a10 minute drive from my hotel.

danybhoy January 20, 2013 at 5:14 pm

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The venue…
http://www.heavensentlimousine.com/Marcus-Amphitheater.jpg

…Maiden w/”Run tot the Hills”…
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cLHFVwd_u_U

…& some guy named Alice…
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g6LegBG3P0Y

…I picked these clips because they were recorded almost as close as I was & you can sort feel the vibe. Also, that is a chick playing in Cooper’s band. She is Orianthi & she’s an Aussie, & as you can plainly see, she kicks major ass on guitar. Oh, & she way too cute to be in Cooper’s band. She was the lead guitarist in Michael Jackson’s band & worked with him for about 3 months in rehersals when Jackson died.

Not so silent January 18, 2013 at 9:59 am

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Here’s part of the lawsuit this libtard filed….As one blogger on the article put it, a “weapons grade moonbat”…

“On Dec. 26, Smith filed a lawsuit – if it can be called that – in federal court in Madison. In the case, Smith attempts to sue the Wisconsin Government Accountability Board, the Dane County sheriff’s office, and the UW-Madison Badgers football team.He accuses the defendants of conspiracy to commit bankruptcy, violation of privacy and violation of civil rights.”I want my money 989 billion-trillion. Equitable distribution. I believe in retribution, all involved deserve to be indited (sic). Also my motion for discovery,” Smith wrote.”

Another example of the mental health crisis in this country, had we kept mental institutions up and running, guys like this would be working with crayons and getting medication instead of being allowed to walk among us….I hope when he is jail, several inmates redistribute his ass…

poppajoe49 January 19, 2013 at 7:05 pm

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Or at least realign it!