The weather will be pretty good today, sunny with a high of 53 and a low of 30. The Badgers loss was painful to watch, even for someone who hadn't kept up with the season whatsoever. I was stunned when I went jogging to see a fellow runner in a Cornell shirt. They ought to make these grad students take oaths of loyalty to the Badgers.
Nevertheless, the loss for campus was more than offset by the win for country last night. With the passage of the health care bill, universal health insurance is not a certainty, but it has become a possibility.
The brunch today is a real brunch. It's about as real a brunch as one could ask for. It's from Hy-Vee Grocery, which JM and Nichole assigned mediocre grades.
How will the health care bill affect Wisconsin? Probably not that much. Wisconsin already has such a high percentage of insured. BadgerCare covers more people than the new federal medicaid provisions will require.
Kristin Czubkowski reminds me that there's another big Edgewater vote tonight.
Only a few dozen offenders have benefitted from the early-release program. Wisconsin taxpayers continue to pay for drug offenders to learn how to fight from violent criminals.
A UW animal researcher who was suspended because of improper practices is back in action, albeit with restrictions.
The District 5 County Board debate tonight! The Herald outlines its expectations for the debate.
Wood County will get over $2 million for obesity prevention from the stimulus.
The cops continue their search for the perpetrators of the "monster graffitti" that has hit campus buildings in the last two weeks.
The Student Labor Action Coalition keeps the pressure on Biddy Martin to cut contract with Nike.
Should state agencies be required to buy Wisconsin food?
A novel way to address senioritis: Abolish senior year!
Democrats come out with a new youtube video against Tommy Thompson. "Tell Tommy Thompson: You can't fight for us, if you're working for them.