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Contrary to the media narrative about divisive UW-Madison student Denzel "King Shabazz" McDonald, he might not have been a first-time offender. Did the District Attorney overlook a prior conviction for the same crime of vandalism?... more

Having described the erratic behavior of the Deltek Talent System, SenatorJPO shows you how to circumvent via a time-tested trick. Make the otherwise super-formidable SNAFUs seem SAWFT with this surefire workaround! The key... more

The poorly designed Deltek Talent System throws quite a few unpredictable errors. SenatorJPO describes these errors and explains why it matters for human resources and job seekers alike. This episode was inspired by SenatorJPO... more

The UW Board of Regents is fulfilling its annual obligation to meet at "Palooka University" UW-Milwaukee on Thursday, June 9 and Friday, June 10, 2016. What will be discussed? SenatorJPO gives you the scoop and invites callers to... more

SenatorJPO explains why Ray Cross is acting responsibly -- in a long-neglected, market-oriented stewardship -- towards the UW System. SenatorJPO explains why Ray Cross is acting responsibly -- in a long-neglected, market-oriented... more

WPR Rebuttal Preempted by College Graduates' Occupational Outcomes Study: Owner Takes Time to Update and Promote Petition An important petition this potent has power to preempt even the most-listened-to Internet radio... more

UW-Milwaukee Bookstore Becomes Trivial, Part 2

UW-Milwaukee Bookstore Becomes Trivial, Part 1

Opportunity Cost of College Akin to a Slasher Film, Part 2

The slasher film is a pertinent analogy for how students enroll in college with the best intent but end up getting screwed, even to the point of career death. The classic "cabin in the woods" scenario illustrates how what seems to be a... more