Rain. It cools me down but it wets my bike seat. High of 85, low of 63 in Madison today. Here are some tacos from a place that doesn't exist anymore.
Apparently the press cares what Mr. 0.5% thinks about the Senate race.
Tom Barrett aide charged with assault. Wasn't last summer evidence enough that Team Barrett doesn't hesitate to kick ass?
In keeping with the theme, Politico has news report on threats made against lawmakers, including Paul Ryan.
It's official: Assembly Majority Leader Tom Nelson announces his candidacy for lieutenant governor.
Just in case you didn't see it yesterday, Steve Nass wants to introduce legislation to ban Madison's bicycle boxes. State power is necessary to protect liberals from themselves.
Great article by CQ Politics about Sean Duffy's need to change his campaign message to face Julie Lassa. The career politician charge might still work, however, because Lassa has been in office since her twenties, she was a La Follette student, etc.
For instance, Journal-Sentinel notices that GOP candidates in Wisconsin are using surprisingly similar language on their websites.
Stop building high-rises! A third of the rooms in the new Spring St apartment complex won't even have windows.
Court rules that payday lenders cannot ask people to waive their right to join a class action suit to get a loan.
Wind turbines are good for farms, says State Journal ed board.