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Mark Belling, national award-winning Wisconsin talk-show host (on News/Talk 1130 WISN), and frequent guest host on the Rush Limbaugh show, during the first hour of his February 25 program provided a powerful explanation of the danger to the rule of law posed by the flight of the Wisconsin “Badger 14” senators :

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On Friday, February 25, law professor/blogger Ann Althouse and her husband, Laurence Meade, had a much-publicized interaction with protesters in the Capitol Building who had set up an “information station” which involved trashing the Veterans Memorial which has stood in the West Gallery since 1933. (more…)

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While the fugitive “Badger 14” Wisconsin senators disrespect the rule of law by hiding out in Illinois, their fellow travelers protesting in Madison disrespect the Veterans Memorial in the West Gallery of the Capitol Building, erected in 1933, by trashing it: (more…)

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(H/t, Cal. Skinner’s McHenry County Blog)

Supporting website, complete with a photo array of the fugitive Wisconsin “Badger 14” senators — “MISSING SINCE FEBRUARY 17TH” — here.

Background from the Illinois Review.  A skeptical take from the (Illinois) Capitol Fax.

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In a marketing campaign unveiled this afternoon, John Groh, head of the Rockford Area Convention & Visitors Bureau, says (at 0:45 & 2:00):

People seem to be hiding away in Rockford lately.  We have visitors from Indiana and Wisconsin.  . . . Here in Rockford, our doors are wide open.  We want people to come here and hide away from whatever they’re trying to get away from.  See for yourself:  check out HideawayinRockford.com

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Yesterday prominent conservative talk-show host Vicki McKenna (born, ironically, in Rockford, Illinois, a favored hideout of the Wisconsin “Badger 14” senators) interviewed Wisconsin state Senator Leah Vukmir (R-Wauwatosa).

Senator Vukmir addressed the very real adverse consequences that will be suffered by Wisconsin citizens, and particularly by the public employees who will lose their jobs, if the senators do not soon return.  She has great respect for several of the absent senators and she holds out hope that at least one of them will muster the political courage necessary to return and head off these adverse consquences.  Audio clip below.  Partial transcript: (more…)

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Ads placed by Americans for Prosperity — audio here.

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