The headache is starting to settle in. I need to eat. It's so crappy outside. My weather widget says today should be partly cloudy, with a high of 80. That's not what I see outside. Brunch today comes from Roxbury Tavern. See the review at Eating in Madison A to Z.
Barbara Lawton's official endorsement of Fred Wade comes out.
Ron Johnson says he is committed to keep Social Security and Medicare for seniors.
Barrett fundraiser promises pictures with the president for $10,000 donation.
DPW releases first TV ad on governor's race, going after Scott Walker for his response to the recent flooding.
Ed Gillespie says there are four state legislative chambers that Republicans are confident they can flip, including the Wisconsin Senate. Wishful thinking. The Senate is a possibility, not a probability for the GOP.
>Big transition of Medicaid and BadgerCare workers in Madison after state chooses a new vendor: Hewlett Packer. All the workers will be laid off, and then rehired by HP. Weird.
Black patients on the kidney waiting list in Wisconsin are 75 percent less likely than white ones to receive a kidney.
Steve Martin was shoe shopping in Madison, "shameless melding the styles of Don Draper and Flava Flav."
About 10 percent of Wisconsin kids are exposed to second-hand smoke at home.
Man allowed to sue girlfriend over death of fetus for emotional damages.
The law targeting race-based mascots is going into effect. One school has already been targeted.
Lukas thinks Sen. Glenn Grothman needs a hug and a Bible lesson.
Bill Lueders argues the Supreme Court is undercutting openness.
These are always great: Open letters from Tea Parties.