Weekend ends and the weather is good again. Back to business as usual. As much as I appreciate the traffic that disses from Ann Althouse bring this site, I think it's time again to focus on things that actually matter to the community, such as QQ Asian Buffet, which provides a delicious "quantity is quality" brunch for us today.
Journal Sentinel: Doyle's reduced clout visible in pathetic legislative session.
Cindy Sheehan, if you remember her, is in town today. But where? Steve, if you're reading, tell us when and where.
There are some friends of geese in this town, and they're ready to help save the Warner Park geese from slaughter.
Wisconsin is experimenting with a web cam program to connect parents to their incarcerated kids. This should be expanded to all segments of corrections. Nothing more harms prisoner development than cutting communication with family.
Ah, the State Journal Q&A. This week: What makes a plant invasive, instead of simply non-native?
University investigates erotic dancer at event.
Badger Herald ed board: The Campus Women's Center was rightfully subject to stiff budget cuts.
Finally, somebody tells me why raw milk is so great.
I think it'd be kind of cool if candidates for admissions director proposed policies. "I will raise first-generation admission by 20%, I promise!"
A bunch of papers editorialized on the end of the legislative session today.
Journal Times is one of the only happy ones. They're happy because they're against medicinal marijuana. They mention the decline of "marijuana stigma" but doesn't connect the dots.
Oshkosh Northwestern is not impressed by the legislative session.
Appleton Post-Crescent is similarly unimpressed.
Ugh. I'm not actually going to go through every Wisconsin newspaper on this issue. I'm in a rush I might explore this later.
Another Supreme Court case threatens to affect funding to certain student groups.