Ruth's Chris Steakhouse (the name reeks of marital compromise) generously provided this brunch to Sconz Nation. The threat of thunderstorms looms yet again today. High of 88, low of 68.
What the hell? Some secret guy is trying to extort legislators by infecting their computers with child pornography.
The guy who's going to run Terri McCormick's campaign is a former Iowa candidate for Congress. He says he believes in the fight against "subsidizing socialism." I wonder if he knows of another way to fund socialism?
Should you be allowed to bring your dog to city festivals?
The next time you ride a Madison Metro bus, make sure to find out what it's name is.
The sad truth is that when I saw the press release "Cougars in Wisconsin," my first thought was of a character from the "Real Housewives of New Jersey."
Lukas Diaz spars with the State Journal over the size of Dane County Board. Should it be smaller?
Nice! Peter Theron got his name in the paper. After meeting him in 2008, I am inclined to think whatever he says is crazy, but frankly, a train simulation might not be a bad idea.
U.S. House approves $300,000 for Dane County domestic violence shelter.
I don't thinkJohn Nichols has this right. Republicans weren't objecting to their inability to add pork to a bill to help 9/11 workers. They wanted to add a politically controversial amendment to deny health care to workers who were illegal immigrants. That is why Rep. Anthony Weiner (D-NY) EXPLODED.
New casino coming in Up North.
The 2011 Milwaukee city budget is looking very ugly, says Patty Wenzel. Maybe Barrett will be lucky enough to get away from it.
Blogging Blue points out some issues about Ron Johnson's statements on Medicare.
Redistricting could mean big power in the next decade for whoever controls the legislature.
Haas comments on Scott Jensen's support for Jeff Plale.
Illusory Tenant offers another perspective on Ayn Rand.