Mornin' folks. 38 degrees in downtown Madison and the keys on this Mac are cold as I deliver, letter-by-letter, everything you need to know about Sconzin. First and foremost, Linda Falkenstein has found some great sandwiches at Fromagination, so I thought I'd share them with Sconz Nation.
Feingold attacks Johnson for running on Washington D.C. talking points. And for declining 15 debates? It's 15 now?
We're going in the "wrong direction" says Van Wangaard, Sen. John Lehman's opponent. "Like increasing spending $5 billion during a recession," he says. Oh? Government shouldn't put money into the economy during recession?
Mayor Dave proposes the city spend $4.7 million to purchase the Don Miller auto dealership property on East Washington for redevelopment.
I assume they bonded over their rejections of stimulus money and later sheepish acceptance of it. Bobby Jindal comes to stump for Scott Walker.
Freedom from Religion Foundation releases billboard campaign to "introduce" people to their atheist neighbors.
ALRC debates expanding Alcohol License Density limits to include Camp Randall area.
Ah...a little legislative history from the State Journal. Wisconsin Republicans used military suffrage during the Civil War to hold back a Democratic wave election.
City Council asks Overture to allow it more time to consider purchase proposal.
College Dems: The top five nonvoter myths.
Wausau bans K2, or synthetic marijuana.
John Nichols: Oshkosh recognizes Ron Johnson's plastic packaging.