I had a beautiful arrangement of brunch links nearly done but then the Charter guy came and inexplicably shut everything down. You'd think that would be part of cable guy 101: Ask the customer if he/she has anything they don't want to disappear. So here goes the abbreviated version.
WSJ endorses Walker, borrowing heavily from his campaign ads.
Cap Times endorses Feingold, reaching back in the 1990's to remind voters that Feingold voted to continue Clinton's impeachment trial.
Wall Street Journal: Four governors on how to cut spending.
Cap Times also supports electing Tammy and dumping Paul Ryan. How many voters in the 1st CD read the Cap Times?
If Ron Johnson is R-Big Bank Account, Rep. Cory Mason is apparently D-Working Wisconsinites, says John Nichols, who apparently has taken a break from writing Ben Manski puff pieces.
Madison schools pressured to open to charters and magnets.
Community activists protest billboards funded by conservative groups threatening voters with jail sentences for voting illegally.
Council delays addressing apartment showing ordinance.
Guy who got pinched for $30,000 at my old house is now speaking at "Know Your Rights" forums. Might that be a better path to fame than MTV?
Abortion rights activists give Doyle his "final report card." Elsewhere, women Dems laud Doyle for his advocacy for rape victims.
Milwaukee pension system may not be in such good health, one study claims.
Mike Plaisted thinks Politifact is writing puff pieces for Walker.
New Walker and Kleefisch ad. Call health care bill "government takeover."
Barrett new ad on jobs.