The lead story on Mediatrackkkers website when I looked was this one.
A Wisconsin police chief used his official and personal computers to harass a Tea Party activist who is suing him in federal court. Confronted by law enforcement investigators about the harassment, the chief initially denied having any knowledge of it. Told of the evidence against him, he admitted he had spent time harassing a private citizen out of spite.
Tim Kelemen is the police chief in the town of Campbell, Wisconsin. He has a personal vendetta against local activist Greg Luce.
The horror of it all! This piece of "reporting" by Brian Sikkkma(who has his own questions to answer) is obviously meant to show how the right wing in Wisconsin is always the victim. It is a card they play often and they play it well!
However, all irony aside, the very next story on their website is this(seriously you can not make this stuff up):
But even though Ryan is going to make it on the ballot, his troubles aren’t over yet. It is unclear if the GAB will look into the method he used to gather the signatures in a separate investigation unrelated to his approval to get on the ballot.
What is clear is that Racine County District Attorney Rich Chiapete is investigating Ryan. According to an e-mail seen by Media Trackers, Chiapete reviewed a complaint filed with the GAB and assigned a detective to open an investigation into Jeremy Ryan to see if he did indeed break state election law.
Seriously how do these guys sleep at night?
PS: Another fun side note on the challenge to Jeremy Ryan's signatures:
E-mails reviewed by Media Trackers show the GAB was initially reluctant to consider a complaint about Ryan filed by Tamra Varebrook last Thursday. Varebrook’s complaint detailed numerous social media postings – including photographs – and other evidence of Ryan advertising his petition as something besides a ballot access petition.