Damn. We're just burning through the month of August here in Sconz City. Almost one week in. Appropriate weather. Sunny, with a high of 80 and a very low 53 at night. I like this. My home has no AC and my room is 15 degrees hotter than the rest of the house. So a cold night is welcome. Brunch today is courtesy of Bucky Badger, who is having the Barriques breakfast sandwich. Can you guess what sports gear Bucky is donning?
Barrett goes negative against Walker in new ad. Interestingly, Barrett didn't announce "I'm Tom Barrett, and I approve this message." I thought that was mandatory. Guess I'm wrong.
Walker responds on Twitter.
The State Supreme Court is messed up, if you didn't notice. Plus, Glenn Grothman quote, which is always money.
Charter Street Coal Plant on the path to cleaner fuels. Any comment Diaz?
Speaking of Lukas Diaz, here is his plan for getting progressive policy implemented.
Road builders pissed at guv candidates' positions on toll roads.
Nice, WisOpinion is always very good to me, but I think this is the first time WisPolitics has ever given me a link as a news article. They link to my article in Isthmus about Ron Johnson's positions.
Marc Eisen has a thought or two about what the next mayor of Madtown should look like. He's doesn't know if it should look like Mayor Dave or not.
Bill Lueders also examines who has given money to Dave. Sly has given $75.
If you haven't already, check out my interview of Dianne Hesselbein.
Interesting: Dane County seeks to boost minorities on juries.
Renowned UW researcher who fought AIDS and other diseases dies at 92.
Wisconsin Right to Life becomes third organization to sue over Wisconsin campaign finance disclosure law.
Should Sen. Mark Miller pay court fees that resulted from a lawsuit the Lakeland Times launched against him for open records delays?
Donna Seidel, the assistant majority leader in the Assembly, says the economy is improving.
Journal Sentinel slams Dept. of Corrections for suspending guy who blew the whistle on a brute warden.