Eggs, breads, cheeses, jams, café con leche, and papaya juice. I'd have it everyday if I could.
Just went on Sly in the Morning for the first time, where I talked to the big guy about blogging/journalism and the Dane County executive race. I don't know if the podcast is up yet but you can listen to this other interview I did with him yesterday right here.
Sly is getting heat now for making some comments about Rebecca Kleefisch that sounded offensively Limbaughesque.
Senate passes tort reform bill.
Patient advocates object to GOP tort reform bill.
And from the right, Mark Belling pushes an anti-Semitic conspiracy theory to explain opposition to the Mariott in Milwaukee.
Both Cieslewicz and Soglin have stiff competition if they wish to become the longest-serving mayor in the U.S.
The horrifying story of an man who was tortured for 5 years at Guantanamo Bay.
Michael Steele knows "exactly how Caesar felt."
As CVS tries to set up in Cottage Grove, a resident writing at Forward Lookout urges the village's plan commission to ask the mega company about its business practices.
The increasingly unpopular Joe Lieberman will not be running for re-election.
Burying the poor becomes tough with tight municipal budgets.
Vos and Walker come to an agreement on tax cuts for small businesses.
In a column, Brett Hulsey calls Walker's plan for the Commerce Department a "boondoggle."
Juneau County DA agrees to pay One Wisconsin Now's legal fees if they drop the suit against him.