Former City of Racine Mayor John Dickert Gets Schooled

From Talking Racine:



OK – Looks like Former City of Racine Mayor and now WI Governor Dr. Tony Evers administrator of state and local finance, John Dickert got some Schooling about confronting 18 year olds in a grocery parking lot over a meaningless road rage incident!

Skools OUT!



Former City of Racine Mayor John Dickert Arrested for Road Rage

Mark Belling Reports:

The entire Press Release is available at the following link:

“EXCLUSIVE: Road Rage Incident Leads To Arrest Of Former Racine Mayor John Dickert, Now A Top Official In State Revenue Department

By Mark Belling, WISN-AM

Former Racine Mayor John Dickert was arrested Sunday afternoon in the Village of Mount Pleasant In Racine County following a reported road rage incident.

Dickert is currently the administrator of state and local finance in the Evers Administration Department of Revenue.Mount Pleasant Village Police Captain Brian Smith tells me police were called around4 pm this past Sunday (March 22) after a confrontation between two motorists in the 5200 block of West Washington Avenue (Highway 20). That’s a bit west of the Racine city limits and a major thoroughfare. Smith could not give specifics of the incident saying all reports have been turned over the Racine County District Attorney. He did say the two motorists got into an argument about some driving issue and that Village Police were called. That’s when Dickert was arrested and cited.

As mentioned, the case has been referred to the Racine County District Attorney for possible criminal charges. Dickert has been cited but hast not yet been charged”.


The long abused Residents from City of Racine will have to wait and see if Teflon John Dickert can once again weasel his way out of trouble.



News tip to JT –


The Site TO GO TO for Republicans Who Smoke Dope!


We’ll just abbreviate Empower Wisconsin as EWI! It stinks! Either you are a dope smoking Republican or Satire loving Democrat to love this knock-off of Harvard’s National Lampoon.

Featuring such enlightening articles as:

“A University of Michigan lesbian crafting group is facing charges of bias for excluding transgender women born male.

In launching last spring, “Lez Get Crafty” limited membership to lesbians looking to “express their creative side.” Flyers said as much, that the group was only for “lesbian Womyn-born-Womyn.””

All Woke Up: Lesbian craft group accused of bias

MADISON — Mr. Task Force is at it again.

After signing a record 63 executive orders last year, Gov. Tony Evers signed another four in January — three of them creating a commission or task force.

Leave it to Evers to try to circumvent the Republican-controlled Legislature he is loathe to work with.

His latest order creates the Governor’s Task Force on Student Debt. A sop to debt-laden college students and graduates, the task force — like Evers’ myriad other government panels — was invented to create the appearance of action. Its mission is to look into the causes of student debt and to research the best ways to reduce its burden. It doesn’t take a task force to know that higher education is unaffordable to many and it has created a generation of indentured servants, indebted for years and years into their adult working lives.

Leave it to Evers: Is Tony a Sith Lord?

MADISON — The big story recently for Foxconn-hating media outlets was that the Taiwan tech giant’s slower development pace in Racine County could free up as much as $150 million for the state.

Buried in the coverage was the real story: that the incentives package agreement crafted by Gov. Scott Walker and the Wisconsin Economic Development Corp. (WEDC) is protecting taxpayers.

The Legislative Fiscal Bureau last month posted fresh projections showing the state’s general fund is expected to take in $800 million more in tax revenue than previously expected.

LFB also notes that the 2019-21 state budget includes maximum cash payments Foxconn would receive should it hit its employment and investment targets. All told, the company could earn nearly $3 billion in incentives over time.

As the mainstream players gleefully reported, Foxconn hasn’t created enough jobs or made enough capital expenditures to earn hundreds of millions of dollars in tax credits under the terms of the $10 billion development agreement. While Foxconn has not hit early development goals, it hasn’t been collecting on incentives.

And that’s the ultimate point for taxpayers.

“I think this is a taxpayer protection story,” said state Sen. Dale Kooyenga (R-Brookfield). He said the incentives deal specifically requires Foxconn to “perform first” before it receives tax credits.

Democrats have blasted the Foxconn deal, mainly because it was the work of Republicans. More so, it was the work of Republicans they truly loathe, Walker and President Trump.

Media’s Foxconn hatred fogs facts

MADISON — The Tavern League of Wisconsin is up to its old tricks again, trying to slip a Mickey to lawmakers with a bill that would extend bar hours for the week of the Democratic National Convention in Milwaukee while crushing the emerging wedding barn industry.

The bill draft, written by former Tavern League president and supper club owner,  Rep. Rob Swearingen (R-Rhinelander), among other Republicans, would require so-called wedding barns to obtain a liquor license. It also would expand bar times to 4 a.m. in a dozen Southeast and south-central counties — including Milwaukee and Dane counties — during the four days of the Democrat convention in July.

This cocktail of legislation should come as no surprise. The powerful Tavern lobby has been pushing its Capitol weight around for some time in pursuit of a licensure bill. As Empower Wisconsin first reported in October, the group has been trying to couple the bar time proposal with its hit on wedding barns since shortly after the Democratic National Committee selected Milwaukee as host city for this year’s liberalpolooza.

The legislation also would trim the hours of operation at small breweries while granting booze permits for Road America racetrack in Elkhart Lake and State Fair Park.

Steve Nagy, operator of Homestead Meadows, a popular rural Outagamie County wedding barn, said the Tavern League and their legislative allies are trying to create a sense of urgency to pass the bar time bill — and its attached proposals — before the end of the abbreviated legislative session. Ultimately, it’s a sneak attack aimed at driving competitors out of business, Nagy said.

Tavern lobby’s competition-killing cocktail

The alleged Staff:

Better than National Lampoon? Not quite – but ya gotta LOL!





No one wants their town or village they live in to end up like Racine.

Spoken like a true Bankster:

“No one wants the town or village they live in to end up like Racine”.



‘usay’ Hard to figure out what it is that triggers so much unhinged emotion other than it’s your liberal Racine (city) partisan politics that causes extreme distress when good high paying construction jobs are created. If you were to even drive around the Wisconn development you would see epic progress and realize that thousands of workers including union skilled trades are receiving family supporting wages. If you were to drive out to 20/I94 you would see construction and development happening that Racine (city) could only dream about. Racine Democrats despise when good things happen to hard working good people— That’s a fact—look at Racine (city), see it for what it is and then you will understand why any smart person would support the Wisconn project. No one wants the town or village they live in to end up like Racine.



Spoken like a true Bankster: “No one wants the town or village they live in to end up like Racine|”.


What colored glasses are you looking through? No one thinks the investment will pay off! 90% of the awesome jobs you go on about are short lived and tax payer paid. And We are paying interest on this money. And once again, the special assessment has to be repaid. Classic Trumpian business plan. Go bankrupt.

Why Donald Trump’s Companies Went Bankrupt

Details About the 6 Trump Corporate Bankruptcies


6 Corporate Bankruptcies

Trump has filed Chapter 11 bankruptcy for his companies six times. Three of the casino bankruptcies came during the recession of the early 1990s and the Gulf War, both of which contributed to hard times in Atlantic City, New Jersey’s gambling facilities.

He also entered a Manhattan hotel and two casino holding companies into bankruptcy.

Chapter 11 bankruptcy allows companies to restructure or wipe away much of their debt to other companies, creditors, and shareholders while remaining in business but under the supervision of a bankruptcy court.

Chapter 11 is often called “reorganization” because it allows the business to emerge from the process more efficient and on good terms with its creditors.

So why not County of Racine, City of Racine and Village of MTP declare bankruptcy with the Foxconn Fiasco/Failure?

White Punks on Dope – Shoot – Em – Up Ratcine County! In Honor of Nancy Milholland & Her TEA – TARDS!

While Nancy Milholland’s TEA – Tards continue to slam City of Racine with such comments as:


I think their Hotel Logo will be a chalk picture of a body on the pavement, with a yellow police ribbon! Very colorful!!


“The Living Room Of Racine” For some reason a series of crime scene photographs of interiors would set the mood. The after effects of police doing a no knock entry. Visiting most living rooms in Racine would seem to involve great risk.


A prime example of an oxymoron……….”Crown Jewel”…….”City of Racine”!!!


Trying to figure out what kind of Racine is coming back because Racine’s peak was the 1970’s. Hey—That’s it, the hotels slogan can be “That ’70s show”.


It is the White Suburban stronghold of the TEA – Tards which is seeing an ever increasing amount of extremely violent crime perpetrated by out of control White actors.


From JT:

‘The best brother, son and friend anyone could ask for’: Wind Lake homicide victim identified


Ongoing investigation

At approximately 6:30 p.m. Thursday, multiple callers reported an incident at a home across from Gary’s Wind Lake Boathouse, 25716 W. Loomis Road, on the north side of Wind Lake (the waterway) and just east of the Wind Lake business district.

Schmaling said the suspect approached the residence in the 25700 block of West Loomis Road, “aggressively.”

“Smashing into a vehicle that was parked in the driveway, firing multiple rounds into the home and then ultimately gaining forced entry into that home,” Schmaling told reporters. “And firing again more rounds at individuals in that residence and ultimately striking one of them multiple times.”

Reportedly, Hoffmann fled the scene in a 2009 white Toyota Sienna minivan and was reportedly headed northeast on Loomis Road. Schmaling warned residents that Hoffmann was armed and dangerous and told anyone who saw him to call 911.

Schmaling said the victim, now identified by family as Bickler, was struck multiple times. As of Saturday, authorities had not yet officially released the identity of the victim.

Deputies administered first aid and used multiple tourniquets. Bickler was transported to Ascension Southeast Wisconsin hospital in Franklin, where he was pronounced dead.

Others were inside the residence at the time; however, they were able to escape uninjured. According to the GoFundMe page, a dog named Tucker was also fatally shot on Thursday.

The Republican and TEA – Tard criminals on the loose in Racine County are OUTTA CONTROL!




No more TEA – TARDS!  No more Republithug TEA – Tard Apologists like WI Representative Boss Vos! No more sulking and intimidating Republithugs like Senator Van Wanggard! No more Resident Hating Thugs like Mount Pleasant Village President David DeGroot! No more lying Foxscam Artists  like Racine County Executive Jonathon Delagrave! No more Republicans in Sheeps clothing  while pretending to be Democrats like City of Racine Mayor Cory Mason!