I never really got into baseball cards, but I knew lots of others who did. Back in the good ol' days, it was actually a means to look at a player and see his stats. Now it's nothing but an item of nostalgia for the old timers, like my dad's friend, who has every card from the 1958 season. But apparently this guy Strasburg is giving the industry another chance. Thunder storms, high of 86, low of 70 today.
We got a hot dog from Bagels Forever today. Apparently it's a legit Chicago-style dog.
Sen. Fred Risser, the head backer of the smoking ban, talks about his policy baby.
What? A state investment program has worked? Really well?
Get excited for the North American bike polo tournament right here in Madtown.
In case you haven't seen it in the paper, this is how you find a job in the 21st century.
Feingold releases new radio ad that emphasizes his opposition to wasteful spending and congressional salary increases.
Meanwhile, Ron Johnson comes out with a new TV ad which alleges that the U.S. is at a "tipping point" because of debt etc.
A conservative response to the school funding reforms touted by Superintendent Tony Evers.
Similarly, Patrick McIlhren says Milwaukee Public Schools "fight against gravity." I wonder if he applies the same stinging criticism to climate change deniers.
A national law commentator discusses the Wisconsin Supreme Court. Also offers a fitting visual depiction of our highest court.
Governor candidates respond to U.S. lawsuit against Arizona over immigration law.
Milwaukee Supervisor who said Arizona doesn't have a border with Mexico says she was distracted when she made the infamous gaffe. At least she didn't claim Arizona has a beach.
And in Ozaukee County the conservatives strike back after technical school declares boycott on Arizona. And yes, my boy Glenn Grothman is involved.
Wait until Steve Nass hears about this one: "Proposed bike path restaurant would be inaccessible by automobile."
Those of you who are fans of the Nod should know they're playing in Chicago Friday July 16.
Cuts to school administrators health benefits in Appleton could actually set a precedent for teacher benefits there.