No rain today. High of 76, low of 55. Sunny. For brunch we've got some chorizo from Pan & Pan.
First thing's first. Major League Baseball almost witnessed three perfect games in one month! Ironically, the umpire who messed it all up is actually garnering sympathy, the first time I've ever witnessed that in baseball.
Man, Republican primaries are nasty. Neumann and Walker spar over spending.
Feingold says oil industry needs more regulation. Very savvy move. Will Ron Johnson get himself into the kind of trouble Rand Paul did on this issue?
Journal Sentinel runs feature on Penny-for-Kids campaign. The campaign advocates raising the sales tax by one cent (doesn't it have to be raised by an actual percentage?) to fund education. Most legislators, including Dems, won't support it. Dana Schultz might though.
The gold-exchange moratorium in Milwaukee advances.
What? Wisconsin adopts national education standards. That changes the state curriculum at least a little, I suppose.
Paul Ryan says America becoming "a welfare state." Well, the welfare state already existed. I don't know what he's talking about.
Try to count the number of clichés in this Oshkosh Northwestern editorial about how to fix Madison politics.
Mandatory insurance for scooters? Since I've almost never seen a person on a scooter with a helmet, that might actually make sense.
A coalition of Tea Party forces wants the media to know that Ron Johnson is not their candidate...yet.
UW researchers examine how red tape affects citizens relations with their representatives.