Yesterday I got to see the opening for the Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery. What does today hold? Perhaps nothing more than another delicious brunch at Marigold Kitchen. Or maybe I'll just take Mrs. Sconz on a "cheap date" to Bub's Burger Joint.
House passes extension of tax cuts for "middle class" families a very broad descriptor that only the Republicans top in absurdity. Gwen Moore one of 20 Dems to vote no.
Todd Finkelmeyer describes the protests that disrupted the Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery opening.
Scott Walker talks to Appleton's favorite daughter Greta Van Susteren about his meeting with President Obama.
Democrats are upset that Walker will be giving any leftover inaugural cash to the GOP, rather than charity. They weren't complaining when Doyle dumped the remains of his coffers into attack ads a few months ago.
La Crosse Tribune points out further hypocrisy on the inauguration.
Bizarre. Supreme Court rules that prior OWI convictions in other states mean more than they do here.
Guess the Wisconsin high school graduation rate.
Wow, look at all these rookies in the Assembly.
Andy Olsen, perennial Sconz commenter, presents the benefits of high-speed rail at a town hall meeting in Fond du Lac.
People in the Chippewa valley are finally hearing what will be lost if the train goes down.
Finally! AT&T stops mass distribution of white pages. Listen to the People! We don't need phone books anymore!
Haha: UW art department turns elevator into gallery to stop rampant graffiti.
Yet again a judge denies request to shut Chicago locks to stop Asian carp from invading Lake Michigan.