Good morning Sconz Nation. Some stuff took place over the weekend. For one, the Brewers signed Cory Hart to a three year contract extension. But they didn't release the financial terms of the agreement. Lame. In addition, this was the first year since 1987 in which the Brewers made not one trade in the month of July.
The temperature in Madison right now is 77. Expect some thunderstorms later on, and a high of 86. Here's a steak sandwich from Rosario's. Yikes, for some reason pictures aren't working now.
I wish I could do a brunch picture from the bike-only cafe coming soon. Apparently it will be called Badger Den. Trivia: What is the other Madison watering hole also called Badger Den in some capacity?
UW cancer researcher quits in light of conflict of interest investigation.
Wow: One Wisconsin Now and the Club for Growth sue Government Accountability Board over disclosure rules.
Tammy Baldwin heading to Afghanistan.
Many Republicans see Paul Ryan's "Roadmap" as a path to electoral disaster.
What should be the role of neighborhood associations in the development process?
Mayor Dave discusses "Clean & Fresh Kids."
Patrick McEwen has a comical graphic that describes the new UW-Madison website.
Wisconsin could get big stimulus money if extension is passed.
For once Glenn Grothman is right. State is unfairly targeting whistleblower instead of the actual troublemaker.
Urban Milwaukee: Reviving the post-industrial city without destroying it.
Haha, this wouldn't be so ridiculous if the moron writing it weren't Sen. Mary Lazich's chief of staff. He calls Chelsea Clinton "a selfish boob" for serving vegan food at her wedding. Actually Kevin, the wedding is supposed to be all about the bride. H/T to Whallah.
Adult stem cell research way ahead of embryonic research.
Zoning proposals which seek to restrict fast food is predictably controversial.