A late start to the day is not always such a bad thing. Sometimes it just means one is better rested and more productive for the rest of the day. Let's hope Tuesday will be such a case. Los Gamelos, according to Kristian Knutsen, has great tacos. Do you trust Norwegians to direct you to good Mexican food?
Dane County Board passes half billion dollar budget.
The Council campaign is on! Two leftist students, Kyle Szarzynski and Sam Stevenson, jointly announce their intention to run for the 8th and 2nd districts seats, which are currently occupied by Bryon Eagon and Bridet Maniaci, respectively.
And Spring is in the air, says Lukas Diaz, who informs us of two new developments in the County Exec. race.
Obama's new plan: High-speed buses.
Scott Klug explains why John Boehner is one of his best friends.
Rep. Brian Bard, a moderate Democrat from Washington State, thinks Ron Kind would be the best possible alternative to Nancy Pelosi.
MacIver Institute's idea of education reform: Look to Florida.
It's after the election that we can finally start to analyze some of the independent expenditures that took place during the campaign.
Joint Finance Chairs Robin Vos and Alberta Darling discuss their plans with Wispolitics.
The head of the National Conservative Union discusses the dilemma Boehner faces in determining committee appointments.
The Dems are doing what I said they should do about Walker on high-speed rail. I didn't envision a giant billboard mocking the Gov-elect, but that makes sense too.
DEMOCRATS IN THE CROSSHAIRS: WSJ article says Dems will need public support to save key initiatives. Hence, billboards.
Standoff at house in town of Vermont has lasted 14 hours.
Brew Crew announces three new coaches. Ed Sedar moving from first base coach to third base a move from a nearly useless position to a useful one must feel good.
John Nichols/Dave Zweifel think Joe Parisi should run for County Exec.
Parisi did indeed announce his intention to explore the idea on Monday.
LOL: Sen. Bob Wirch proposes selling the governor's mansion.