Boy am I happy to deliver brunch once again to the People of Sconz Nation. And I am extra glad to deliver it in the form of this pizza from Cafe La Bellitalia, which reminds me what Wisconsin could have been under the Bellissimo administration of Tim John.
Our own Alicia Yager had breakfast with Rebecca Kleefisch on Friday.
Top of the news. The era of Falk is over.
The inevitable comparison: "Falk pulls a Sarah Palin."
Manski releases TV ad blasting Hulsey for connections to coal.
Mike Verveer says Mayor Dave's Overture model doesn't have anywhere near enough votes to pass.
Biddy Martin introduces plan to increase UW's autonomy from state to faculty senate.
Feingold is making a lot of points other Democrats won't dare make. He is defending the health care bill and he is defending public service.
The economy may be slowly recovering, but the foreclosures continue.
Milwaukee County's neglected transit system lucks out, receives $8.3 million of federal funds to upgrade aging buses.
Mayor's operating budget seeks to keep city services in tact. Property taxes to go up 4.8 percent.
The recession does not seem to have hurt Epic Systems, Dane County's largest employer.
Is this what I was missing out on by not going to Catholic School?
State High Court upholds "diploma privilege" for grads of UW-Law and Marquette Law.
Journal Sentinel continues its investigation into fraud in state's childcare program.