Did you remember to pay your rent today? Or did you already forget to pay the rent that was due on the 1st? What kind of tunes should I be jamming to Brunch Links in the morning? Would you think less of The Sconz if its words were inspired by Shakira? I can't remember if I already linked to Chicken Booyah, an Up North delicacy, but a second serving couldn't hurt. Terese Allen is on scene.
Sconzin leads the nation in Senate ads. One ad every two minutes.
Not a big fan of Keith Olbermann, but I gotta show you the clip of Reince Preibus, chair of RPW, calling for execution of Obama.
A look into an Islamic Center in Madison. "Let's hope and pray that Dane County's Islamophobes and cynical political operators are too busy to notice." Blaska might notice, but it won't have any effect.
Should people be able to use food stamps for unhealthy food, such as soda?
"It's been a blessing," he admits. "The last two or three years have been pretty tough and ARRA has saved a lot of our industry from having to lay even more people off."
More schools allowing cell phones. What would the founders think?
And Janesville takes a new approach on school fighting.
Wow. 1,400 people show up to talk about religion and atheism at UW.
City architect offers new ideas for Central Library design.
Profiles of the candidates vying for State Senate seat to be vacated by Judy Robson.
Brett Davis still undecided on county executive run.
Eau Claire professor sends email denouncing homosexuality to gay rights group.
Mayors show Barrett love. But "too busy to endorse." That's funny.
Walker's newest argument against the train: The environment!
I just hope Walker wouldn't say that companies being forced to clean up the Fox River is a "frivolous lawsuit."
State Supreme Court declines to discipline Rep. Fred Kessler and his wife for making "dishonest statements."