I was very glad to hear some great jazz renditions of Led Zepplin songs last night at Opa. The band, who I know, have yet to come up with a name, but for their sake, I'll give them one: A Greek, A Texan and Some Sconnies. Here's a dish from Opa.
You probably aren't supposed to eat clams early in the morning, but today is an exception, since you should be drinking to support the U.S. footy effort, especially as they are down 2-0 at half time. Slovenia is a country about 1/100th the size of ours. Let's show them that size matters.
Fred Mohs apparently was not appeased by the mayor's kind remarks at the rotary club. He files lawsuit against Edgwater project.
Law helps low-income families defray costs for funerals. Don't these liberals realize this will simply provide the poor with an incentive to die on the government's dime?
Congrats Steve Nass. You made the Journal-Sentinel. And now I'm linking to that.
Jim Sensenbrenner makes similar accusations against Obama administration.
Hell yeah Independence Party of Minnesota! River boat gambling on the Mississippi.
Stoughton misspells its own name on its water tower. That will elicit many jokes about both immigrant labor and Tea Party labor.
A guy named Dunlop seeking office as Democrat for an open seat in the Green Bay burbs. I'd say this seat stays Republican. Good name though.
Should the town of Bristol be annexed to the village of Bristol? Interesting look at quaint local politics.
Spencer Coggs and Tamara Grigsby establish first recognition of Juneteenth in Wisconsin.
Walker says his pension reform plan would save state $180 million.
College enrollment is not increasing in Wisconsin as fast as in other states. No where near as fast.
Blogger wars! Right wingers accuse anti-Scott Walker blogger Chris Liebenthal of blogging on county time. His response, as well as responses of many liberal bloggers: I was on an unpaid furlough. I can't find the original post from CRG, the group that filed the complaint against Liebenthal. All I see about the incident on their website is a link to to some evangelical blog. This is hysterical.
Chris Liebenthal is not actually responding, but he is talking about Ron Johnson, whose campaign is showing serious signs of schizophrenia.
More homelessness but less crime in Madison since recession.
Cap Times says D.C. Dems are compromising too much on campaign finance reform. Or maybe it's not compromising it's just strategy.