Before you read anymore, I highly encourage you to check out my discovery of an incredible city secret yesterday: FREE BOOKS IN GARBAGE CANS. I think this week's round might already be on its way to the dump, but every Wednesday it seems you can find hundreds of books in the trash cans if you take a right at the end of State St. on to Mifflin, right past that bizarre architectural display. There should be about eight brown trash cans full of books.
Yuck. No higher than 42 today. Some sun though. For brunch I'm providing you with an enormous bowl full of shrimp, chicken, chorizo, rice, beans and everything else you might expect at a Fiesta Mexican grill.
Why not? J.B. officially asks the governor and the legislature for permission to sue the feds over health care.
Ouch. And what does that make John Nichols' column, in which he predicts the exact opposite? Moot.
"Voters are going to have a really clear choice in this election if Secretary Thompson decides to get in the race," said Feingold spokesman John Kraus. Haha! Hey, if he left the governor's mansion for the cabinet I guess it's fair to call him by the title of his second job, right?
The newest Student Council caucus: MPOWER! Actually, there's not an exclamation point at the end, but there should be.
T. Wall and D. West respond to questions about Tommy Thompson entering the GOP primary. Westlake: "He was a good governor but he wasn't afraid to spend money.
Herald does an interview with the editor of UW's newest satire paper, which is apparently offending everybody.
Cap Times ed board endorses Scott McDonell's leadership on County Board.
No, I don't think Waukesha's refusal to join the Southeastern Regional Transit Authority is a civil rights violation, but James Rowen might be on to something when he proposes Milwaukee stop selling Waukesha water.
I can't believe I missed this one: Now Justice Michael Gableman is requesting other justices recuse themselves in the ethics case against him.
Thanks for showing me that link Ed Garvey, but you're crazier than hell. Why is the Democrats' refusal to expel Jeff Wood linked to "legislating under the influence of payday lenders, ethanol providers and WMC? Have those become such reliable buzz words at the Cap Times that no link between them and politics needs to be established anymore?
Check out the state's new website to track stimulus funds around Wisconsin.
Black fourth graders in Wisconsin post worst reading scores in America.