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2026, 16 Sep 18

Union Thug Cyber-Stalks Wigderson’s Kid

That’s just creepy and unstable behavior. What kind of “teacher” goes after someone’s kid just because she doesn’t like his opinions?

Just when you thought the Left couldn’t get any lower, they can. A self-described “union thug” reached out to RightWisconsin Editor James Wigderson’s minor daughter to criticize him and her school on social media.

Angela Schissler Goodwin, a Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS) school teacher who also describes herself as a “MKE liberal,” tracked down Wigderson’s daughter on Facebook and sent her a unsolicited message about her father.

“We are offended by what was said about MPS. We are an MPS family and those insults are reckless generalizations,” Goodwin wrote to James Wigderson’s daughter. “I can’t imagine why he has such mean ideas about a group of people.”

The pronoun “he” makes it clear that Goodwin knew she was contacting James Wigderson’s daughter, not James Wigderson himself. Goodwin is not a Facebook friend of James Wigderson’s daughter and would have had to specifically search her out online.

James Wigderson’s contact information is also available online.

In Goodwin’s Facebook intro, she describes herself: “Wifey, mom, daughter, sister, union thug public school teacher, recovering Catholic, MKE 414 Liberal.”


2026, 16 September 2018


  1. jeffsimpson7

    Union Thug – Ill pray for you

    Right wing thug –  All the little convicts getting ready for the penitentiary

    whose unhinged?

  2. Kevin Scheunemann

    If anyone says they are a right wing thug and makes that statement they are just as wrong as the left wing thug.

    Who would you be referring to?

    When she says she will “pray”, and also says she is a “recovering Catholic”, just who is she praying to? If it is Jesus by faith alone, scripture alone, and by grace alone, she needs to check her political advocacy with her faith when it comes to things like abortion, gay marriage, godlessness in public schools, and racist intersectional liberal politics.

  3. dad29


    How many car thieves/car-jackers are students at MPS?  Drug dealers?  Armed robbers?  Perps of assault with deadly weapon?

    Walker should re-fashion one of those empty MPS buildings into a prison.  He can name it “Wiggy Reformatory”.

  4. jeffsimpson7

    WHo would I be referring too? why Wiggy of course.

    Dont we all need to check our faith when it comes to such thing as healthcare for all, how we deal with poverty, racism, sexual assault in our President, etc…

    PS:  God can be anywhere he wants in our public schools.

    As for how many “perps” in our public schools, not very many comparatively.   Id say a bigger percentage of perps are associated with the Walker admin.

  5. dad29

    Coherence counts, Jeff.  Want to try those first 2 grafs again?

  6. Kevin Scheunemann


    I fail to see where he said what you quoted.   Are you bearing false witness?

    God loves a cheerful giver.   We should all do our best to help charity, civic groups, etc.    God did not say use socialism to TAKE from your neighbor to give to your other neighbor.  Cheerful giving is not accomplished through mandated taxation and coercian.

    So yes, we should always check our faith whether we give out of cheerfulness as a thank you for our salvation in Jesus, or we do it out of obligation by liberal socialist edict.     Last I checked, liberal lexicon of economics is the furthest from cheerful giving from the heart that one can get.

    God is not allowed to be in our public schools.

  7. jjf

    It’s simple, Kevin.  You’re content with government power and coercion as long as it aligns with your beliefs.

  8. Kevin Scheunemann

    Such as?


  9. jjf

    I’ll let you exercise your ability to think outside the box.  Is there anything you like paying for with your taxes that other people don’t like paying for?

    As for Wiggy, I assume his kid is over 13 and that he understands how Facebook works, and that he allowed his kid to be on Facebook on their phone, and knew that it would be possible that someone could message his kid for any reason, and that he and the kid would need to deal with it.

    It’s simple, just block messages from people who aren’t your friends, and risk that someday a friend might (gasp) say something you don’t like.  If it’s a threat, send it to the cops.

    He’s just playing the victim here in every way possible.

  10. Kevin Scheunemann


    You make this wild accusation and then have nothing.   Typical.

    I’ll play with you.  I do not like liberals funding pre-born baby murder with my taxes.   It smacks of Germany in 1930s, when Hitler funded abortion for Jews and eventually forced abortions in the Jewish ghetto, like we do in the inner city today.   I don’t like funding liberal racism with my tax dolars.  40% of all abortions are African American, while only 11% of total population.  Democrats are living out Margarat Sanger’s white supremiscist dream.  I find that totally reprehensible.   Does being against racist murder make me an “authoritarian”?   If it does, so be it.  I’d rather be that than a racist liberal murderer.

  11. jjf

    I’m just trying to understand what’s good and what’s bad for you. You said “Cheerful giving is not accomplished through mandated taxation and coercian.”

    So there’s some things you’re cheerful about, but not others?

    What about all those liberals who are actively working to reduce the abortion rate?


  12. Kevin Scheunemann


    I am not cheerful about baby murder.

    I am not cheerful about the billions in Medicare waste each year.

    I am not cheerful about Britian’s Single Payor system, denying services to children and parents that want to escape it.

    I am not cheerful about liberal policy in general, that spits on the 1st commandment constantly and elevates new heights of perversion to society as normal.

    In a nutshell, I am not cheerful about evil.

    What actively reduces baby murder is locking those that do it up.

  13. jeffsimpson7



    Here is his exact quote.

    The new stadium is part of an $11 million improvement in athletic facilities for Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS), presumably so the little convicts can have the best facilities before being sent to the penitentiary.

    No false witness at all.

    As for socialism, yes Jesus took medical cards and only healed those with insurance.  They also charged $12.95 a plate when he fed the 5000.  Its not cheap to travel.

  14. jjf

    Contraception reduces abortion. If we make it available to poor people, there are fewer abortions. Churches could give away contraception.

  15. Kevin Scheunemann


    That is a much different context than what you provided above!

    Still false witness.

    He was commenting on waste of money on sports while MPS has more urgent needs! To top it off MPS let’s charged and convicted thugs play sports without consequence.

    Your rudimentary relaying of gospels shows cheerful giving, no government intervention required…or permission required. Donations freely given and distributed, no IRS required in the process. Could Jesus even be permitted to heal under thumb of British NHS doctors? It seems that is a possible no.

  16. Kevin Scheunemann


    I belong to an Evangelical church that has no problem with contraception, as long as you are married and pay for it.

    Liberal social justice policy has destroyed the two parent family in black community…as well as the adultery commandment. You want churches to further godless lifestyles? It is bad enough godless liberalism is putting people on express bus to hell, you want churches to help pack the bus to hell?

    I find the reprehensible.

    If you are too poor to get married, be responsible for your spouse, and any blessings that come along in your marriage, you should not be having sex…period.

  17. Le Roi du Nord


    Your church actually has a policy that says this?  Can you provide a copy? Thanks.

    “I belong to an Evangelical church that has no problem with contraception, as long as you are married and pay for it“.

  18. jjf

    I think it would be great if you considered all the possible factors that have shaped the life of the poor over the last century, at least, and maybe if you want to focus on the history of racism in America, maybe the last five centuries.

    Helping the poor avoid abortions with contraception could be a goal on its own, right?  Is there some reason why contraception couldn’t be part of any charity’s mission?

    Sure, rail on about the advantages of marriage and child-bearing.  If you want to examine single-parent families, you might need to go down the roads about policing, prisons, laws on criminality, then on zoning, banking and loan policies, employment and gender, etc.

    Oh noes!  That’s starting to sound too much like INTERSECTIONALITY!  Run away!

  19. Kevin Scheunemann

    Nord, JJf,

    As a bible believing church:

    1.) We believe sexual relations are reserved only for marriage of God’s design, one man, one woman.

    2.) all other sexual relations outside that is sin.

    3.) the church does not encourage sin.

    We do not prohibit contraception for those that are married, but encourage child bearing.

    People are almost guaranteed to not be poor in our society if they follow 3 rules:

    1.) Graduate high school
    2.) wait until married to have children
    3.) get a job

    You do those, you are almost guaranteed not to be poor in our society.

    Why do you want church to encourage sin and poor decision making?

  20. Le Roi du Nord

    “People are almost guaranteed to not be poor in our society if they follow 3 rules”.    Really?  Show some evidence of that claim.  Thanks.

    And what about folks that believe in religions other than yours? Are their marriages, performed according to their laws and customs, sinful ?

    And why can’t you respond to the “pay for it” claim?

  21. jjf

    Lots of people are not at the top of any ladder when it comes to sin or proper behavior.  We feed hungry people because they are hungry, not because we think they are worthy.  I don’t want to encourage poor decision-making.  Shouldn’t charity help everyone?  Giving contraception to poor people helps prevent abortion.  Is there no scale for sins, is premarital sex less of a problem than aborting a fetus?

  22. dad29

    Contraception reduces abortion. If we make it available to poor people, there are fewer abortions.

    Why sure!!  Since contraception became widespread in the mid-’60’s, abortions have……….ahh……..uuuuunnnnnnnhhhhhhhhhhh……

    Gone straight up.

    And that’s in the “adult” population–the ones who are supposed to know when to hold ’em and when to spread ’em.

    Can’t you find an argument with LESS obvious flaws?

  23. Paul

    The fact that an illiterate like Jeff Simpson is on a school board is proof positive public schools need to be reformed. With a nuke.

  24. jjf

    Dad29, I could be wrong, of course, and if I am I’m sure you’ll tell me, and if I’m right, will you admit it?

    Abortions reached a peak around 1980 or so and have been dropping steadily ever since, and it’s generally blamed on easier access to better contraceptives.

    Paul, as for Simpson, yes I agree he needs a copy editor.

  25. Le Roi du Nord


    Abortions went down  Obama was in office, and are about 45% less than when Reagan was in the WH.  Try again.

  26. dad29

    1973:  615,000

    1990:  1,400,000

    2014:  652,000*

    “Plan B” abortifacient available by scrip 1999

    “Plan B” abortifacient goes over-the-counter 2007.

    *Excludes CA and NH

    You’re partially right.  Plan B abortions cannot be measured, of course.

  27. Kevin Scheunemann

    ….and Brookings is not exactly a conservative, family values oriented institution. It is a godless, liberal organization.

    Unless, again, their research is not liberal enough for you. I know how you denied NPR reporting on that Puerto Rico disaster relief thread until it was pointed out to you.

    Did you really think I did not have “proof”?

  28. Jason

    And so, the trolls have successfully derailed another thread.   In short, some toolbag liberal sent a message to a child of someone they don’t like…  illegal?  No.  Boorish, Childish, Thuggish?  Yes.    Behavior that one would think Liberals would stand against.  Behavior that any adult with children would stand against.

    Liberals love to proclaim taking the high road, until they decide to take the low road.  The hacked DNC emails are great examples of the low road.

  29. Kevin Scheunemann


    1 John 5:17: “All wrongdoing is sin, and there is sin that does not lead to death”.

    You are proposing sin to prevent sin.

    Christians living in light of grace desire to discourage sin,, not encourage it!

    In fact, there is a warning against deliberate sin in Hebrews 10:26:

    “If we deliberately keep on sinning after we have received the knowledge of the truth, no sacrifice for sins is left,”

    Christians imperil their soul by purposely promoting sexual immorality. We risk being outside the grace of Christ’s forgiveness through deliberate sin.

    So your request not only puts those receiving contraception on express bus to hell, it imperils the soul church member(s) encouraging sin of sex outside marriage.

    You are saying Christians should do evil because world is consumed by evil. Why don’t we work on eliminating evil decisions, rather than making it easier for evil decision making? Answer: because sin wants to make it easier for others to do evil.

  30. Kevin Scheunemann

    Meant to post rest of 1 John 5:

    “18 We know that anyone born of God does not continue to sin; the One who was born of God keeps them safe, and the evil one cannot harm them. 19 We know that we are children of God, and that the whole world is under the control of the evil one. 20 We know also that the Son of God has come and has given us understanding, so that we may know him who is true. And we are in him who is true by being in his Son Jesus Christ. He is the true God and eternal life.“

  31. jjf

    Dad29, here’s a piece from the National Catholic Register.

    Let me guess – they’re not real Catholics.

  32. Le Roi du Nord

    “Did you really think I did not have “proof”?”  Absolutely.  You have presented soooo much non-factual opinions that a reasonable person would conclude that you made it all up.  To wit: “It is a godless, liberal organization.”.

    And the Brookings piece was an Op-Ed, not a statement of fact.  You can look it up.

  33. Kevin Scheunemann

    I love how you covert facts you don’t like to opinions without proof.

    It is classic dishonesty.

  34. MjM

    Hell freezes.

    Jiffy gets one right: Let me guess – they’re not real Catholics.

    Not since 1968:

    Dad sez:  1973….

    Those are CDC numbers which are voluntary reports from state health departments, and as mentioned, missing counts  from CA, NH, and one additional state (since 1998).

    The leftist media likes to use the CDC number because it paints a better picture for their agenda.  Of course they don’t tell you that the number excludes that from the country’s most populous state.  Point of order:  the CDC recorded an amazing 300,000 drop in abortions in from 1997 to 1998,  the year California and NH stopped volunteering.

    Guttmacher, which directly surveys abortion clinics in all states, produces a more reliable count;

    1973:  744,610    1990: 1,608,600    2014:  926,190


  35. jjf

    Yes, the story I linked to has a graph with the Guttmacher data.


  36. dad29

    Thx, MJM.

    Without regard to “abortifacient” or “non-abortifacient”, using artificial birth control is contrary to RC moral doctrine, period.

  37. MjM

    Jiffy sez: Yes, the story I linked to has a graph with the Guttmacher data.

    Not all of it.   While leftist VOX happily announced declines in rates they intentionally left out actual abortion numbers because killing off an entire  city the size of Austin TX  looks bad for their agenda.

    VOX also didn’t tell you that, according to GI, the number of abortion
    providers has dropped from a high of 2,918 in 1982 to 1,671 in 2014.

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