I hope you forgive me for neglecting brunch links on Monday, but I have work REAL early in the morn. Anyway, this should be an exciting week for Sconz Nation. Expect the first ever podcast, as well as more commentary on the effects of the GOP wave in Wisconsin, and the city budget. For now, here's the guy cooking that brisket that I showed you last week, behind a restaurant in New Glarus.
STATE STREET FRUIT STAND IS CLOSING. After 30 years, today is the last day for Eric Roang's old-school business venture. But now for a political one perhaps a mayoral run!
The battle continues. LaHood and Doyle State Journal to title the article: $810 million Madison-to-Milwaukee rail project probably dead."
Jesse Ventura for president? That's a protest vote if I've ever heard of one.
D.C. Democrats struggle with the issue of the Bush tax cuts.
Major UW projects, including the Wisconsin Institute of Discovery, are opening up in 2011.
If the the GOP pushes through the Badger Partnership that Biddy Martin wants for UW, there will likely be more construction to come.
Walker trying to woo companies to Wisconsin, promising tax holidays.
Mark Pocan share their agenda visions. Fitz admits voters are not "enamored with Republicans."
Walker meets with Assembly Republicans and tells them to "put up or shut up." I really don't know what that means.
Lil Fitz and Suder will be leading the GOP caucus.
Lukas Diaz: A sobering review of a school in the Milwaukee school choice program.
Surplus Committee reported by Brenda Konkel.