Think you enjoyed the Packers win? Not nearly as much as Packer fans in Chicago did. Damn, I can't remember seeing such a negative headline on a food review: "Harold's Chicken Shack fails to impress." The picture, however, is definitely worthy of Brunch Links.
If the Packers win the Super Bowl, how long afterwards will the Wheeler Report remain green and yellow?
Bars in Neenah find creative ways to circumvent smoking ban.
Brenda asks the mayoral candidates to name three things they'll change in Madison. Soglin answers here.
Sly is disappointed in Michelle Obama for "doing an ad" for Wal-Mart.
Similarly, the three candidates for District 18 on the Common Council (Northside) give their reasons for running.
The GOP attack on same-day registration is a much bigger deal than their voter ID proposal.
The Beloit Daily News is almost right. Plale did not "shock" his party by voting against state worker contracts; everyone knew he was looking for a post in the Walker administration.
My English teacher junior year of high school was barely literate, so I strongly support efforts to help teachers learn how to write better.
Copycat construction is good for local hospitals.
New York Times columnist discusses a possible "conservative alternative" to Obamacare. Actually, Obamacare was the conservative alternative.
Group against GOP tort bill releases a video.
John Nichols is right on this one: Paul Ryan is not a principled fiscal conservative.