A new week begins. Today you will be eating something from Pollo Inka. Get outdoors today. Not too hot (high of 71), and we got rain coming tomorrow.
Will this research lead to more enlightened prison policies? Well, at least more enlightened psychologists. Psychopaths and people with brain damage behave similarly.
Speaking of prisons...fewer young criminals are causing states to close them.
It also digs up a quote from Oshkosh businessman Ron Johnson, who earlier this year spoke out against legislation to lift the statute of limitations on abuse claims against the Catholic Church.
Number one FIB in the world, Rod Blogojevich, tweets from his federal trial on corruption charges.
Overtime pay and other extra pay results in $15 million extra salary for City of Madison employees.
Remember Tom Barrett? He's trying the best he can to make sure you remember while the focus is on GOP candidates.
I wondered when they would start mentioning Barrett's fighting credentials: "I don't think that Tom Barrett has to prove his toughness with anyone," said Mike Tate, chairman of the state Democratic Party. "He showed that outside of State Fair Park. He doesn't back down from a fight."
Sorry Dave Westlake, but the history of oil drilling reveals more than just "one terrible disaster." Both he and Ron Johnson call for drilling in ANWR.
Peg Lautenschlager to appear at fundraiser for Dem AG candidate. Article curiously does not mention that Lautenschlager lost the Dem primary to Kathleen Falk 4 years ago, or that she got into a terrible OWI accident that prompted the challenge.
Cap Times lauds Doyle for renewing a member of the Government Accountability Board.
Earlier, the Cap Times also kind of endorsed Dave Westlake for the GOP nomination for Senate. Maybe Christian Schneider does have a point about them pretending to like certain members of the GOP to make other members look bad. But it is tough to dislike Dave Westlake. He's punctual, friendly and he's got great style.