Can you spot the funny?

September 18th, 2008

From Milwaukee Journal Sentinel columnist Eugene Kane’s blog:

It’s a 150 year tradition in town. They call it the 4th Street Forum.

It’s a non-partisan public event that talks about important issues in Milwaukee and Wisconsin, viagra canada sildenafil held downtown at Milwaukee Turner Hall on 4th Street. I’ll be part of a panel discussing the 2008 elections today at noon. The topic: “Seeking Truth as Campaigns Spin.”

The other panel members are :

JOHN COLEMAN, PhD
Professor and Chair, Political Science
UW-Madison, www.polisci.wisc.edu
Wisconsin Advertising Project, www.polisci.wisc.edu/tvadvertising

JANE HAMPDEN
Former WUWM “Lake Effect” Producer and Host, Milwaukee Public Radio
Former News Anchor and Reporter
Lecturer, Broadcast Journalism, UW-Milwaukee, www.uwm.edu/Dept/JMC

EUGENE KANE
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Metro Columnist, www.jsonline.com
Former Host of “Black Nouveau,” Milwaukee Public Television

RAUL VASQUEZ
Editor, ¡Aquí! Milwaukee Magazine, www.aquimilwaukee.com

As always, the 4th Street Forum is free and open to the public. If you can’t make it, the forum will be televised on Wisconsin Public TV channels 10/36 on Friday and Sunday (check your local listings.)

Unlike other events, the 4th Street Forum is about intelligent, reasonable discussion of the issues, with very little yelling.

So did you see it?

It was calling an event featuring a radical newspaper columnist, an ex-NPR reporter, a Hispanic journalist, and a university professor from Madison, a “non-partisan” event.

(Actually sounds like a pretty accurate cross section of the Democratic party to me. ;) )

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