I am an Ultra-Conservative, Alpha-Male, True Authentic Leader, Type "C" Personality, who is very active in my community; whether it is donating time, clothes or money for Project Concern or going to Common Council meetings and voicing my opinions. As a blogger, I intend to provide a different viewpoint "The way I see it!" on various world, national and local issues with a few helpful tips & tidbits sprinkled in.
So I stopped in to the Cudahy K-Mart on Sunday (November 10) to look at picking up 7 black office chairs and a few other odds and ends.
So I shopped the new South Milwaukee Wal-Mart this past weekend. I found the store very nice overall.
Some people have claimed it was a shock that I was running for alderman. I have taken all of this with great thought and anyone that has been reading the blog since 2010 knew I would be running for Alderman in 2013 as I talked about it in many blog posts.
Walmarts in South Milwaukee, West Milwaukee look to April opening
This last weekend, I heard something that was not exactly the truth but a revisionist who is a politician (Cudahy Mayor Day) hoping to get re-elected (fudging) and he was caught off guard when talking to another elected official (Milwaukee Alderman Tony Zielinski) about Wal-Mart.
So my wife was at the Franklin Wal-Mart checking out and two women in front of her were talking about the new South Milwaukee Wal-Mart opening in April.
So another “Condo” project is being proposed for Cudahy. This must be some of the Earth shattering Kaboom development we were promised!
The Cudahy Wal-Mart battle showed exactly why Cudahy is/has been on a downslope – NIMBY
When considering who you are going to vote for keep these things in mind:
Well I keep hearing from people around Cudahy that Aldi’s is looking at leaving and moving to… yep, you guessed it, South Milwaukee. Oh yeah not far from the Wal-Mart and to an area with more traffic.
Well the Roadrunner Milwaukee terminal is history in Cudahy. They have moved to Brown Deer.
I am sure most readers have seen the MJS article titled “Ex-Iceport site in Cudahy draws interest” if not here it is:
I want to clear the air, set some things straight, and bring to light the truth.
Most people know that I am pro-Wal-Mart. That isn’t a secret! One would only need to remember the Wal-Mart Now forum comment section, look back at my blog posts, or know that I was the lead Cudahy citizen on the Wal-Mart group to know that. It really comes down that I am pro-business. I would support ShopKo just as much and hard.
Podcast from My Friend Jay Weber - Jan 10: Walmart proves to be a boon for
"We're looking to serve our customers all over the state," said Wisconsin-based Wal-Mart spokeswoman Lisa Nelson. "There's plenty of opportunity in
Corporate profits are on the rebound, but most big businesses say it will be some time before they can give as much cash to charities as they did before the recession, according to a survey of the nation's largest companies by the Chronicle of
I have been hearing from many people that the property owner might want to donate or sell the land for a dollar to the City of
This is a hypothetical “What IF”! Any similarities to actual events or people is just purely coincident.
Shoppers leave Wal-Mart as economy improves
It said big box retailing was perfect for the Meyer (Iceport) site.
So how would you feel if Wal-Mart contacts the
Wal-Mart wants suppliers to cut greenhouse gas emissions
TIF projection sent to Lara Fritts on
I know it makes the Wal-Mart haters so upset that I post up Wal-Mart news and there will be calls again, that I am a Wal-Mart lover! I do shop there, and Kmart, Target, Kohl’s the list goes on. I don’t limit myself for pride reasons, but you can!
I am sure everyone has seen the race results by now. Not how I wanted it to finish, but it is what it is. If you missed it, here is the info from the Milwaukee Journal.
This is going to come as a shock to the elitist crowd that clamored, cried, and protested how bad Wal-Mart is. Well here is a very informative IKEA article. It will have IKEA supporters like Mayor McCue and Alderwoman
It is nice to want upscale, but if the upscale places don’t want a city, what are you to do?