Looks like a beautiful beginning to an otherwise ugly weekend. High of 60, low of 48 today, sun with some clouds. Now that's my kind of brunch. Although I am a bit of a Chipotle partisan, I would thoroughly enjoy a giant burrito from Qdoba right about now.
The legislature adjourns. But not before State Rep. Roger Roth (R-Appleton), who is seeking to challenge Rep. Steve Kagen tries to put the health care lawsuit resolution to a vote.
Roth is also very proud that a bill with election reforms was not passed.
OK, now that "raw milk" is legal I guess I'll have to try it. But I bet it's a lot more fun when it's illegal.
Cool: Princeton professor explains how the Book of Revelations can help us interpret Roman history.
Campus Women's Center advocate alleges that group's funding was targeted for political reasons, as well as misogyny. But she doesn't really provide evidence of either claim.
Porn did not cause our economy to collapse. SEC employees will find reasons to waste time no matter what.
Professional feminist Jessica Valenti comes to campus to talk about sexual assault.
Cap Times ed board: "Nothing Jeff Wood did was as disruptive as what Steve Nass did."
Is this the beginning of a major loophole in the smoking ban? Rooms with open windows on two walls qualify as "smoking rooms." I'm guessing this will be a big hit in bars. Whatever.
Tom Barrett on energy bill: "Madison has failed us."
Even the State Journal's a little pissed about the environment.
Dave Zweifel digs Monona Terrace for train station.