Partly cloudy and a high of 24. Not bad at all. And check out these pancakes Mrs. Sconz had at a hostel in the southern hemisphere.
Huh: "Scott Walker won an election by promising to alleviate the unemployment stress throughout the state by cutting government spending, reorganizing the state's Department of Commerce and rejecting more than $800 million in federal high-speed rail funds."
Former ALRC student rep Mark Woulf appointed city alcohol policy coordinator.
How much would you pay for a ticket to the Packers-Bears game?
Doyle to take a position with Foley & Lardner. About the most predictable career decision possible.
Walker puts more "Wisconsin is open for business" signs on the Illinois border.
Which one of Walker's adversaries do you believe poses the biggest political risk to him? Unions, local governments (to become adversaries after declining shared revenue), environmentalists?
Republicans don't support repeal of mandatory car insurance? Why not?
Wisconsin Restaurant Association supports the GOP tort reform bill.
Here is Joe Parisi's guest post at Forward Lookout, in which he explains how Dane County can be different.
If you can't beat 'em, eat 'em: Asian Carp.
An absurdly young mayor confronts the fiscal problems of Manitowoc.
Is too much attention being paid to research at UW?
And John Nichols writes the inevitable: Reince Priebus, who is elected RNC chair in the wake of talk about civility in politics, did technically make repeated references to Obama's execution a few months ago.