So, what do you think? Should brunch links come earlier in the day? Political highlights of the day include Scott Walker and Mark Neumann finally getting dirty and yet more evidence that the GOP is not going to accept Leinenkugel as a party member. Then there's that Edgewater thing. Here's a bunch of food from Brickhouse BBQ.
Inspiring activism for the homeless continues on Madison's Southside, as people clean up abandoned buildings for squatters.
Smoking ban loophole insignificant, writes Oshkosh Northwestern.
Slash and burn baby! Neumann accuses Walker of neglecting his duties as Milwaukee County Executive to run for governor, and more importantly, of "leaving the taxpayers of Milwaukee with a brown bag." OUCH! Don't worry Walker fans, your boy strikes back, calling his opponent "Millionaire Mark."
And then there's Terrence Wall, who alleges Ron Johnson doesn't care about America because he waited so long to declare for Senate.
Mayor Dave announces the creation of "bike boxes" in Madison.
Dan Kapanke goes after Ron Kind for trying to establish the "Federal Food Police." As you can imagine, those are Kapanke's words, not Kind's. Nor are they kind.
Ron Johnson already scores one endorsement from a state rep. "While I have listened to Dave Westlake and Terrence Wall and I appreciate the work they have committed to the race, I believe Ron Johnson has the means, the fortitude and a strong commitment to win," says Pridemore Who did he leave out?
After Scott Walker criticizes Arizona's immigration law,he switches positions, saying he would sign the law himself.
Herb Kohl offers modest changes to Social Security, saying the program can stay solvent with one or two small reforms.