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Baby Boomers Beware

milwaukee, political, retirement, scams

Best times to vote to avoid the rush

Bay View, family, political, poloi, safety

With an expected 300,000 people flocking to the polls in Milwaukee this November 4th, one cannot help but ask, “When is the best time to vote to avoid the long lines?’ 

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Worry or Meditate

Bay View, children, family, life, school, things to do

When you think about a problem over and over in your mind, that's called worry.

When you think about God's Word over and over in your mind, that's meditation.

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Free Immunizations

Bay View, children, family, home safety, life, milwaukee, safety, school

Democrats Got What They Wished For

Bay View, family, life, political, retirement

For at least two years, you'll have to run state government - and it's in a deep financial hole.

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True Red and Blue

harbor patrol, military, safety, solider, veteran

 

True Red and Blue:

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Bay View Land to Become Catalytic Residential Project

Bay View, life, political, South Shore Park

 

The city is now accepting proposals for what will be the first residential development in the state of Wisconsin fully powered by renewable energy sources, Ald. Tony Zielinski said today. The Net Zero Energy project in Bay View, located on the former U.S. Army Reserve site at 2372 S. Logan Ave., encompasses an entire two-block area within walking distance of the Bay View/S. Kinnickinnic Ave. business district, and with easy access to Lake Michigan and downtown.

Alderman Zielinski said the future residential units at the site will most likely be powered entirely by solar energy and wind power. "This will be a catalytic project showing that homes can be powered by solar, wind, and even geo-thermal energy sources, emitting zero green house gases," the alderman said.

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Joe the Plumber

humor, political

Barack Obama discovers a leak under his sink, so he calls Joe the Plumber to come and fix it.

Joe drives to Obama's house, which is located in a very nice neighborhood and where it's clear that all the residents make more than $250,000 per year.

Joe arrives and takes his tools into the house. Joe is led to the room that contains the leaky pipe under a sink. Joe assesses the problem and tells Obama, who is standing near the door, that it's an easy repair that will take less than 10 minutes.

Obama asks Joe how much it will cost.

Joe immediately says, "$9,500."

"$9,500?" Obama asks, stunned. "But you said it's an easy repair!"

"Yes, but what I do is charge a lot more to my clients who make more than $250,000 per year so I can fix the plumbing of everybody who makes less than that for free," explains Joe. "It's always been my philosophy. In fact, I lobbied government to pass this philosophy as law, and it did pass earlier this year, so now all plumbers have to do business this way. It's known as 'Joe's Fair Plumbing Act of 2008.' Surprised you haven't heard of it, senator."

In spite of that, Obama tells Joe there's no way he's paying that much for a small plumbing repair, so Joe leaves.

Obama spends the next hour flipping through the phone book looking for another plumber, but he finds that all other plumbing businesses listed have gone out of business. Not wanting to pay Joe's price, Obama does nothing.

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What do we need jobs for

family, humor, political

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A Recovering American Solider

Bay View, children, christmas, family, father, life, military, things to do, veteran

When doing your Christmas cards this year, take one card and send it to this address. If we pass this on and everyone sends one card, think of how many cards these wonderful special people who have sacrificed so much would get.

When you are making out your Christmas card list this year, please include the following:

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Don't Back Down

children, family, life

Peacemaking is not . . . appeasement. Always giving in, acting like a doormat, and allowing others to always run over you is not what Jesus had in mind. He refused to back down on many issues, standing his ground in the face of evil opposition.

It worked for him, it can work for you.

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Surviving Winter Ice Mishaps

children, family, harbor patrol, home safety, milwaukee, safety, Underwater Investigation

Winter recreation is a great time of year. We enjoy ice fishing, sledding, snowmobiling, and cross country skiing to name a few.  I felt it was appropriate to talk about ice safety.

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