High of 53, low of 34 today in Madison. For students, spring break is just around the corner, so I would highly suggest taking a look at that map. Spontaneity is good, but it doesn't hurt to have a backup plan. What would Yogi Berra think of that one? Today brunch is a burger from the defunct Kelly's Grille.
Clinton and Nixon tried and failed. David Obey reflects on health care reform after 40 years in Congress. Jim Sensenbrenner makes some interesting points about the changing nature of Congressional politics too.
Wow, I missed this one: ""He's been in Washington way too long," said Thompson, a Republican now considering a run against the three-term senator. "He's part of the problem."
I think this article by the Herald includes some inaccurate reporting. Based on political talking points it is accurate, but they took the Stupak-White House deal with Obama at face value, when it shouldn't be.
How will the health care bill shape the future of BadgerCare, which had to shut its door to new applicants recently?
Good for the Herald for telling people what their County government is for. Frankly, it might not be a bad idea for papers to routinely remind their readers what the president is for.
The existence of traffic lights is already big-brother. You might as well accept installing robo-cops on them. Robots are just people with better eyes. If we use them to make our lives as convenient as possible we should begrudge them some inconveniences, such as slower and safer driving.
Article on tea partying in the State Journal: "They do not see passage of the landmark reforms that usher in near-universal medical coverage as the end of the debate."
Cap Times ed board: Is Paul Ryan bad at math or bad at telling the truth?
Wow. Scott Walker and Mark Neumann calling on Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen to block the health care bill in Wisconsin
Right wing talk radio host Kevin Fischer gets very heated about a negative review of Priscilla Presley's "Dancing with the Stars" performance. He's just writing "what other men are thinking."