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Kevin Fischer is a veteran broadcaster, the recipient of over 150 major journalism awards from the Milwaukee Press Club, the Wisconsin Associated Press, the Northwest Broadcast News Association, the Wisconsin Bar Association, and others. He has been seen and heard on Milwaukee TV and radio stations for over three decades. A longtime aide to state Senate Republicans in the Wisconsin Legislature, Kevin can be seen offering his views on the news on the public affairs program, "InterCHANGE," on Milwaukee Public Television Channel 10, and heard filling in on Newstalk 1130 WISN. He lives with his wife, Jennifer, and their lovely young daughter, Kyla Audrey, in Franklin.

Culinary no-no #297

Culinary no-no's



On occasion, Culinary no-no can be quite provocative. This week is one of those occasions.


Those would be members of the Tea Party. The Tea Party Patriots officially describe themselves this way:

“The Tea Party movement spontaneously formed in 2009 from the reaction of the American people to fiscally irresponsible actions of the federal government, misguided “stimulus” spending, bailouts and takeovers of private industry. Within the first few weeks of the movement, Tea Party Patriots formed to support the millions of Americans seeking to improve our great nation through renewed support for fiscal responsibility, constitutionally limited government, and free market economic policies.

“The Tea Party Patriots’ mission is to restore America’s founding principles of Fiscal Responsibility, Constitutionally Limited Government and Free Markets.”

The movement’s core principles: Fiscal responsibility, constitutionally limited government, and free market economics.

As such, the movement is often at odds with…

Thus, Tea Party members, like those pictured above have been labeled by the left as:


The race card is played all too often in this highly politically-charged environment, predominantly and most of the time when the player is bankrupt on facts, substantiations, winning arguments.

BOOM! Out it comes.


It takes a nanosecond to scream


Refuting the usually absurd, false accusation requires a bit more time and the players fully understand this stealth strategy.

Holy cheeseburger, Kev! I thought I was going to read something like how you're not supposed to put strawberries on a pizza. What's with all this heavy political lingo?

Read on, my friend, read on.

We'll, as you know, get to it.

It never ceases to amaze that supposedly highly-educated folks in positions of running our schools and teaching our children can be so void of simple common sense. It’s kind of scary that they can lack some basic smarts.

Let’s move out west, shall we and thank you for your patience. It’ll be worth it.

The motto for Portland has been, "The City that Works." But if you drive around this Oregon city, you'll see plenty of bumper stickers and signs that say:

What I’m about to share with you demonstrates that Portland is weird, and then some.

Seems the Portland school district is taking great effort to eradicate what it considers any emphasis that promotes “white culture” and “white privilege.”

Why, you ask?

No, silly. That’s not racist. No way. You’re obviously not nearly as smart as a public school employee.

Don’t you understand? When there’s promotion of “white culture” or “white privilege,” then a performance gap between white and non-white students is inevitable.

How does the Portland School district know that? Because it has spent over half a million dollars to find out, that’s why.

I know. I know. Some of you are still scratching your heads. Can’t we just talk about pizza?

That's Harvey Scott School Principal Dr. Verenice Gutierrez leading  a discussion about race with her staff just before the beginning of the school year. I don't care how many degrees Gutierrez has, she's an idiot.

Last school year, a teacher talked about a peanut butter and jelly sandwich during a lesson. Gutierrez pounced.

“What about Somali or Hispanic students, who might not eat sandwiches?” says Gutierrez. "Another way would be to say: ‘Americans eat peanut butter and jelly, do you have anything like that?’ Let them tell you. Maybe they eat torta. Or pita.” 

Translation: The classic PB & J conveys "white culture" and "whtie privilege." The mere mention of the sandwich contributes to a decline in student performance.

As absurd and ridiculous as it sounds, the Portland school district considers...



Ironically and not surprisingly, Verenice (Darn that white culture) Gutierrez is principal of a failing school. It’s gotta be that damn sandwich.

Of course that means that...

Mother sending children off with lunch surprise

Every mother in America is probably...

You guessed it.


So what about this guy?

He’s always disagreeing with President Obama.

This photo was taken on Friday.


What's that he's eating?

Reports indicate it's a peanut butter and honey sandwich.

Peanut butter and honey?

Not the evil, dreaded pb & j?


Peanut butter and honey.


We didn't spend hundreds of thousands of dollars to study that one.

As they say in the NFL, peanut butter and honey...that's inconclusive evidence.

Peanut butter and honey sandwich? "White culture," "white dominance," "white privilege"? For lefties, it's probably just a matter of time and another million bucks from some wacko study before...BOOM...out comes that card.

And how would they explain this photo from last week?


Hot dog-onomics

Not a no-no per se, but isn't it refreshing to hear a woman be so blunt about her love of beef?

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