I am scurrying trying to find brunch for you people. Nice, we got some Italian from Nostrano, courtesy of Erin Hanusa, a TDP foodie.
Walker wants to replace Commerce Department with...
The Edgewater: Just who can go where?
Robbie Webber: What happened to the Red Bikes program?
State film industry looks to Walker to restore film tax credits that Doyle slashed. They have a friend in Barbara Lawton!
Could public sector unions go on strike if the battle with Walker gets really ugly?
NYTimes ed board: "President Obama's deal with the Republicans to extend all the Bush-era income tax cuts is a win for the Republicans and their strategy of obstructionism and a disappointing retreat by the White House."
Paul Ryan criticizes fed's policy to combat unemployment.
In case you missed it yesterday (or in the past year), Mayor D. is running for re-election.
As is Noel Radomski, who is declaring in a matter of hours.
Brenda sounding the alarm about the number of alders at the mayor's event: "That's only a 25% approval rating from the council. Since he's a slam dunk winner, I would have expected more . . ."
Reince Priebus, chair of the RPW and former supporter of Michael Steele's, will be running to head the RNC.
Uh-oh, Reince isn't the choice of the Tea Party Nation, however.
Healthy lunches have hefty price tags. What are schools to do?
Julian Assange denied bail, remains in jail in Britain.
Scott Suder, whose former girlfriend was just sentenced to jail time for forging his checks, is very upset about drug dealers being classified as "nonviolent."