Soccer can be so underwhelming sometimes. I just watched an hour and a half of nothing. Today Kyle Nabilcy is giving us some Tibetan food to eat while we digest some of the top state and local news of the day. The Tea Party is front-and-center today.
The Tea Party movement is slowly evolving into a coherent organization, just watch.
And Ron Johnson finally outlines his positions on big issues. Too bad he answered for Wispolitics but not for me...at least not yet.
Steve Kagen announces he is working on the Oil Spill Responsibility Act, which will require BP to pay for the spill.
Look at how similar the rhetoric of challengers is this year. How different is it from Ron Johnson's?
A slight diversion from the businessman line for this Dem Assembly candidate. Instead we've got the teacher and Church story. Very similar to Mark Neumann.
Why are some of the best-performing Milwaukee teachers the ones getting laid off?
Steelworkers union backs Tom Nelson for LG. That should cheer him up a little after Henry Sanders ran away with the straw poll at the Dem Convention.
Yes, broadband is still in issue in Wisconsin. Many libraries and public places still lack it.
I wouldn't say the ALRC hit the Lee liquor family "hard," as the WSJ headline says. They lose two nearly-obsolete liquor licenses. Maybe hiring additional staff will be expensive though.
WSJ investigates Transportation official whose company has done hundreds of thousands of dollars of business with the state.
Republican Liberty Caucus endorses Neumann for guv and Westlake for Senate.
Cory Liebman describes the "stunt wars" at the Democratic convention between Mark Neumann and the RPW.
Former Ald. Robbie Webber talks about parking contradictions from the city in her neighborhood.
I hate to jump on the MSNBC bandwagon but this really is a must-see advertisement. Alabama is really producing quality this year.