Countdown to moving day. Content may be a little sparse as I work on cleaning the old apartment and figuring out other logistical headaches. Today, apparently, is not a good day to be in a stuffy apartment with no AC.
Today we got a burrito from El Burrito Loco.
And, as I speculated he would, Ken Golden has finally declared his bid for mayor.
I was very sorry to miss the lieutenant governor's debate last night. I trust Mike Basford did a great job as moderator.
Charlie Rangel (D-NY) is still living the life in New York, apparently. No New York official missed his birthday party. God forbid they abandon him and face the same type of criticism that fans of Ted Stevens levied after his death.
Judge won't approve settlement between GAB and One Wisconsin Now and the Club for Growth just yet.
Watch this Mark Neumann ad. Then watch again and just listen to the music.
No more coal at the Charter plant.
Another example of our broken corrections system. 5 years for selling crack. I'm sure it will do a lot of good for the offender, who will now spend five years (5!) surrounded by drug addicts and other drug dealers.
Of course, if 5 years for crack doesn't impress you, try life in prison for marijuana distribution. Apparently a huge organization has been behind a series of enormous pot farms in northeast Wisconsin./p>
What's funny about the Walker-Barrett race is that each is trying to blame the other for whatever went wrong in the Milwaukee area. A unique situation.
In Kenosha, some people are upset at Walgreens too, albeit for different reasons.