Had serious doubts about doing Brunch Links today folks. I just wasn't feeling it. But then I remembered the fabulous picture my friend Whitney provided of her pumpkin-stuffed pasta at Francesca's Al Lago. Pumpkin! No way I can deprive Sconz Nation of such a treat on the first day of October. Should be a little drizzly today, with a high of 60.
If you're not up for pasta in the morning, how about some deep-fried beer?
It's homecoming baby! Go see the Paul Bunyan axe at Library Mall at noon.
Damnnn....MoveOn.org raised over half a million dollars for Feingold in two days.
Ron Johnson goes the extra mile on climate change denial.
I have no idea why George W. Bush was in Beloit. But he was there.
Brenda Konkel unearths emails between Dave Blaska and Sheriff Dave Mahoney.
Midwest needs to double wind-power production by 2025 to meet goal.
Going to Brew City for a brew? Beware of parking ticket traps around bars and colleges. They are making the city mad money.
Sensenbrenner and Petri are pissed at feds over motorcycle riders.
Conservative "environmental" group is denied student segregated fee funds for second year after it fails to return equipment to ASM.
Michigan-based school choice group, which poured money into Plale race, will be running ads against the teacher's union.
Dems cut Kagen's TV budget. GOP alleges it's a sign of hopelessness. Interestingly, Nate Silver rates the 8th Congressional District as more hopeful for Dems than the 7th, which is more traditionally Democratic.
The Badger Herald does its customary flaming of the band chosen to play at Freakfest.
Looking for something to do this weekend? Obviously the Daily Page is going to come through with some ideas.