In Memory of the Edmund Fitzgerald – 40 Years Later

Edmund Fitzgerald

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I was a mere 10yrs old when the Edmond Fitzgerald met its fate and sunk on November 10, 1975 at approximately 7:10 p.m. about 17 miles north-northwest of Whitefish Point, Michigan, at position 47 0’N by 85 7’W in Canadian waters.

I can’t say I remember the tragedy that occurred during my childhood, but today the fate of the 29 crewmen who lost their lives hold a place in my heart. Growing up I recall the popular ballad, “The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald” by Gordon Lightfoot, as many of us do. Today, in honor of the 29 men, and in memory of… Continue reading

Bloomberg’s Attack on Brad Schimel and other States’ Attorney General’s

Don’t Be Fooled by the Political Smoke and Mirrors

Support Brad Schimel’s Fight for Wisconsin!

Bloomberg vs SchimelIf you haven’t yet, you’re likely to soon see television ads targeting Attorney General Brad Schimel for doing his job and upholding his oath to defend the constitution for the state of Wisconsin and United States. Not to mention, protecting the economic security and growth in our great state of Wisconsin.

73 yr old billionaire philanthropist and former New York City Mayor, Michael Bloomberg, is running millions of dollars in political television ads targeting Wisconsin Attorney General Brad Schimel and other states’ Attorney Generals for their legal actions against a key climate change rule.

Want… Continue reading

Walker to Officially Declare Presidential Bid in Waukesha

Written By Matt Masterson – Freeman Staff 07/03/2015 p. 1A

“It is a historic moment for Waukesha and the state of Wisconsin.”
~Mayor Shawn Reilly

Scott Walker and President Obama

WAUKESHA — After spending months discussing his stance on immigration and education during campaign stops across the county or chatting about foreign policy on trips to London and Israel, Scott Walker will announce what everyone already knows: he is going to run for president in 2016.

And he’s going to announce it in Waukesha.

The Republican governor is expected to kick off his long-anticipated campaign with an announcement in Waukesha July 13, according to aides with his campaign.

“I think it’s an honor,” said Waukesha… Continue reading

Judge Patrick L. Snyder Remembered as “People Person”

Former Judge Patrick L Snyder - WaukeshaPatrick L. Snyder

OCT. 20, 1935 — APRIL 22, 2015

Rearranged information courtesy of the Freeman – 04/24/2015, p.1


Family first

Beyond his work, for which he received a Jurist Lifetime Achievement Award from the state in 2002, his family remembers a man of special wit and an avid fan of the Fighting Irish, Golden Eagles, Brewers, Packers and Badgers.

He and his wife of 52 years, Luly, loved travel and took cruises all over the world. She recalled him taking bagels to his grandchildren every Saturday, and believed just about anything and everything needed to stuff a Christmas stocking could be found at Walgreens.

Moroski said her grandfather… Continue reading

Cost of One Life May Not be in Vain

Proposed Bill Aims to have Surgeries Recorded

Julie Ayer RubenzerCourtesy of the Waukesha Freeman: 4/22/2015

WAUKESHA The death of a former Waukesha woman who died following a 2003 cosmetic surgery in Florida may have repercussions nationally if a bill to be introduced today becomes law.

Rep. Christine Sinicki, D-Milwaukee, is expected to introduce the “Julie Ayer Rubenzer Law” in Madison today. The bill calls for video cameras installed in any surgical setting to document surgeries in case complications arise.

Sinicki said the bill would allow fines up to $25,000 for facilities that fail to record procedures or offer patients the option of having the surgery recorded. The recordings would fall under federal… Continue reading

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