Another beautiful day in Madison, 'Sconzin, albeit one in which the temperature drops just might be enough to keep me from my morning run. High of 64, low of 33. I don't have any class today so you guys better get ready for a party of a brunch. Let's start it off with a good old bloody mary from Casa del Sol. It's 11 o'clock somewhere.
I don't have a link for this yet, but make sure to check out the front page of Isthmus today to read my story on mega-blogger Ann Althouse.It should be a fun read for Althouse fans and critics alike.
How many articles has Madison.com run reminding us how rainy this weekend is going to be? Frankly it suits me fine -- I have a paper to write.
Kristin Czubkowski describes how the unanimously passed Council resolution on high-speed rail sites foreshadows a contentious debate on the matter, as well as conclusions that are anything but unanimous.
How do you get attention from legislators, asks Joe Yovino. "Have a few beers." With all due respect, Joe, you have to have a few beers and the drive...a few times.
Damn, looks like the Dems are cutting and running on policy.
Dick Leinenkugel is set to announce his bid for U.S. Senate.
The Mifflin Block Party would be something to spend more than ten minutes at if you could drink in the streets. Luckily, this year, that might be an option. Well, ok, the parking lot of Planned Parenthood. Not quite as good.
I agree Sen. Glenn Grothman. Wisconsin should not be "a country like Africa."Honestly, very few people could make more absurd press releases if they tried. I hope Glenn is trying.
Lawmakers rush to fix education bill that will cost Madison schools money.
UW student council reduces financial grant given to Campus Women's Center.
Badger Herald ed board disses Assembly for not expelling Rep. Jeff Wood.
More stimulus money for Wisconsin. And it comes from Joe Biden.
Journal Sentinel: Alder wants felon ex-colleague to advise on stimulus spending.