So I really need to have to get my phone fixed. It's usually not too big a deal when it spontaneously turns off during the day, but when it ditches its duty as an alarm clock, forcing me to deliver late brunch links to my dear readers...well, that ain't right.
I assume you early birds already know the weather, but I assume you have yet to eat brunch, which appears to be pancake and butter, from the International House of Pancakes, which I've heard is quite exotic.
Bureaucracy wars. Police officers being held hostage by jail officials? Weird story that's worth a read.
Tommy Thompson is definitely serious about running for senate. Otherwise he wouldn't have changed his mind about the health care bill.
Another tuition hike at Wisconsin technical colleges.
Weird editorial from the Badger Herald. They don't want out-of-towners coming to Mifflin, and believe that an organized beer garden at the event will encourage the hated outsiders to come.
Wisconsin must comply with the Supreme Court's decision to allow unlimited corporate spending in elections. But at least we're requiring a level of transparency.
Brenda Konkel's blog has Edgewater has momentum, but the fat lady has yet to sing.
Actually, Mayor Dave compares the process to "tacking" on Lake Mendota.
Because the Daily Cardinal is a member of some college newspaper network I was somehow led to the most hysterical defense of marijuana prohibition that could possibly appear in a higher education publication.
It's unfortunate that Rep. Steve Kagen's (D-Fox Valley) plan to get price transparency into the health care bill didn't work out. For now, he's got a tough re-election battle.
Cap Times supports James Howard for school board. Remember to vote on April 6!
Do we need Companies that fail to produce jobs should return stimulus, argues Johanna Lathrop. Well, no, that's not how it works. What if the companies just saved jobs that they would have lost otherwise?