Although I find soccer to be a tad un-American, I'm excited for the World Cup. Nationalism does funny things to sports we otherwise wouldn't care about (sorry to all those pole-vaulting fans out there). In addition to the U.S. of A, I will be cheering for all the underdogs, in particular the really pathetic ones, like New Zealand and their socceroo neighbors, Australia.
Here are some chocolate raspberry pancakes, from the Eat Local, Eat Dairy site.
The Dems descend on Middleton today for the state convention. I will not go today because of work complications, however, I will be there most of the day tomorrow to do some on-site reporting. Nevertheless, I will be interviewing Sen. Spencer Coggs, candidate for Lt. Governor, today.
Barrett's challenge: Distance himself from Doyle.
Did you see Mark Neumann holding a press conference with his silly rifle yesterday? He's attacking Walker for having voted against concealed carry as a state legislator.
Here is Neumann's new gun ad.
Ron Johnson speaking at state legislative candidates events. Calls health care reform "the single greatest assault on our freedom of our lifetime."
Another tuition hike approved.
Is your street filled with brush? It's apparently becoming a problem on the West Side.
Madison's gay community unites through sports.
The head of WMC since 1985 steps down as president.
"If you're not punching your opponent in the face, it's much easier for him to hit you," says Mike Tate, DPW chair.
Scott Walker asks Harley Davidson to "wait until November 3rd," before deciding whether to leave Wisconsin. Interestingly, he doesn't include any response for any Harley executives in his press release. Likely because the "combined reporting" tax requirements he alleges are the cause of doomsday have nothing to do with Harley's geographical preferences.
How do we trim textbook costs?