Comment Policy


Comments are turned off for the forseeabale future.

The change is inspired by a Walker-supporter developing a fixation on the blog. The behavior is in keeping with an uptick in unhinged behavior on the part of Scott Walker loyalists following his drop-out from the presidential race on Monday 9/21/2015.

Constructive comments have for some time been appearing over at my facebook page and twitter account so the decision to dispense with comments here is an easy one.


NEW CHANGE: Have to have one comment approved before further comments are allowed.

For the record: this is not a public space. It’s a privately owned blog which hosts a team of bloggers. The blue cheddar bloggers are at liberty to leave or delete your comment.

Some tips:

1. If you use swear words, your post could get stuck in a moderation folder.

2. If you leave a profane comment like “A sucks B.” and that’s all you said, and you add absolutely no humor, intelligence, facts, or LOLcat photos, your comment is probably going to get deleted.

3. There is no number 3 tip yet. But 3 is a nice number and I wanted to include it.


  17 comments for “Comment Policy

  1. La Mer
    July 14, 2015 at 4:56 pm

    Hi — I did not figure out how to post comment under: John Doe II update…
    so here it is. Cheers and thanks.

  2. ej
    May 1, 2015 at 2:34 am

    thought you would find this interesting. fox 6 milwaukee’s false investigative report that left the woman assaulted after it aired. full story

  3. Katherine Acosta
    October 17, 2014 at 2:18 pm


    This is not a comment, but I couldn’t find any “contact us” info on your website.

    I just wanted to let you know that that on Saturday, October 25th WYOU will be airing Sam Mayfield’s documentary Wisconsin Rising continuously for 24 hours. I can email you a detailed press release, including a link to the trailer, if you send me an email address.

    We thought your readers in the Madison area may be interested in this event, especially given that the election is so near.

    Please let us know whether you decide to pass this information along on to your readers, and thanks so much for your time.


    Katherine Acosta
    WYOU Wisconsin Uprising Archive Committee

  4. Will
    March 14, 2014 at 2:10 pm

    Want a REal story check out the Vaf in Chippewa Falls and how they are stealing money from homeless vets or kick them back out into the street for nothing or questioning where the money is being spent look up the veterans assistance foundation on any charity rating and the fail. Mr Scocos will visit other places but will not address the homeless issue with veterans on the verge of being homeless again because of a foundation that makes a profit on the backs of homeless vets. Ask most vets living there the administration running the place is out of control.

  5. Kathie
    February 16, 2014 at 9:53 pm


    Would you please forward the following information to your NE Wisconsin readers, or post to your blog or website?

    The next meeting of Green Bay Move to Amend is Wednesday, February 19, 2014 at 6:15 pm, in the BOARD ROOM at the Brown County Library – downtown Central Library, 515 Pine Street, Green Bay, WI. Please come and help Get Money Out of Politics!

  6. jerry person
    December 30, 2013 at 5:56 pm

    Scott Walker remembers creating jobs as assemblyman in Wisconsin . It was easy with ALEC. 32000 UNION public sector jobs. It is not as easy this time with out using your tax dollars. Scott Walker has created ALL Wisconsin`s budget problems working for ALEC. In 1997 Walker and Prosser as state assemblymen championed for ALEC with truth in sentencing telling the legislatures it would not cost a dime it was to give judges not parole boards the control over sentencing. Then Walker filibustered to stop sentencing changes after the fact misleading ALL the legislatures. With out the sentencing changes Wisconsin`s prisons quadrupled over night. Most people sentenced to 2 years now had to serve as much as 6o years. It shows Wisconsin has wasted 100 billion if you add the numbers to the state budget since 1997. Not including the building new or remodeling of 71 courthouses & 71 county jails & 441 police stations and dozens of prisons 28 billion plus interest. The total is over 28 BILLION plus the 60 Billion spent by social services to support prisoners families because the bread winner was a political prisoner as US Att gen Eric Holder explained. Then farming out prisoners in several states until the courts realized it was not allowed in the Wisconsin constitution. Wisconsin then hired 32000 union public sector workers to fill the jobs housing the prisoners from deputies , judges, district attorneys all owe Walker for creating there jobs. 32000 UNION PUBLIC SECTOR JOBS. This cost taxpayers over 3.8 billion or a half million per day to house these EXTRA prisoners per day in Milwaukee county alone. Wisconsin claims it has 24,000 prisoners compared to Minnesota`s 5500. Wisconsin`s corrections population is 104,000 with many in half way house and county jails and county prisons that are not counted.

  7. June 25, 2012 at 6:38 pm

    Hello all,

    My name is Adam Schabow and have started a new blog that is based in Milwaukee and in Madison called The mainly progressive blog includes a weekly video segment where I discuss local politics called “Rants Without Pants” (it’s not as weird as it sounds). The blog also include previous articles I have written for Dane101, BrewCity101 and The Wisconsinite as well as a 20 day project called “A Video a Day Until the Walker” where each day before the election, I posted a reason why I believed Governor Walker needed to be recalled. My posts were featured on, Althouse and was mentioned on the Charlie Sykes program.

    I hope you check it out. My most recent “Rants Without Pants” which was posted yesterday is called “Political Yard Signs: Don’t Put Them On My Lawn and Don’t Steal Them”.

    I also have a Facebook Group:!/groups/392453897460373/

    Adam Schabow

  8. WiscAdvocate1
    June 1, 2012 at 1:45 am

    Here’s a catchy and relevant video covering the re-election….

    Victory cheers for Barrett & Mitchell!!!!


  9. Lynn Friedman
    March 13, 2012 at 7:02 am

    Hi There,
    Sorry I left my first comment under the wrong post.

    Thanks again for posting my kids protesting at the Capital flickr photo on your blog, thought you might be interested in some new pics I took during my visit to WI last week. (found Walker fans in Mequon on Donges Bay Road)

  10. Rev. Carter A. Dary (Carter!)
    November 30, 2011 at 1:31 pm

    Thanks for your blog! I’m 66 and don’t really know what a “blog” is! 🙂 However, “blue cheddar” is wonderful! I know, too many exclamation marks. Please keep up the great work and thank you for informing me of the rally on Dec. 3. Will you be sending more reminders? With appreciation: Carter

    • November 30, 2011 at 4:24 pm

      Hmm. Well I usually would not do reminders on here for events. I will try to email you though

  11. Debi Johnson-Champ
    November 14, 2011 at 1:16 am

    Hey Blue Cheddar. I was so excited to stumble upon your blog. I am so over the top about the fight that Wisconsin has put up that I just wanted to stop and tell you I posted a little “like you comment” on my page ( because you are fighting the good fight. I am true blue, write a bit myself, and have many a friend (a very close one in Woodville) and just wanted to say “BlueCheddar Rocks!!”

    • Debi Johnson-Champ
      November 14, 2011 at 1:47 am

      Sent out word to two other Wisconsin admins on fairly large sites. Hope you are “discovered” by millions (the 99%, not the 1%).

  12. Allen Wenger
    October 11, 2011 at 10:32 pm

    It’s nice to see a website from God’s country. Good luck getting rid of Scott Walker. I would love to vote against him, but I have been in exile for too many years.

      July 15, 2012 at 4:55 am

      I have no real reason to complain about Put Wisconsin First, except: my failures at life are now the first thing anyone will ever see if they Google my name. I lived a decent, hard working, meaningful life until I became, over time, an alcoholic. With life failed, I returned to Oshkosh, first for the summer my father died (2007) , and then to stay with my elderly mother in her own house. I was depressed about having to be back here, catastrophically drank, and ended up with two OWIs in a short time frame and, in my last blackout drunk shortly after that, was heard ranting and raving by the Northwestern delivery person, who called the police. The “Driver Safety Plan” Winnebago County social worker who was overseeing me got a Court Order for me to be committed to a treatment facility for 90 days because I was “a danger to myself and others.” Was not asked; just committed. So, here am, recovering, committed to recovery, in the most unfriendly, clique-ish place I never wanted to live (in, again), sober, hating Oshkosh and Wisconsin so much. I once worked for the right to unionize and all that dignified that. Because I signed the Walker recall petition, the mistakes