And then it was September. Short brunch links today folks Any words of wisdom for incoming freshman? I have plenty, which I will share later today.
Here is some grub from King and Mane.
Kathleen Falk is faced with tough budget decisions, yet again.
MacIver Institute thinks green jobs are sham...or something like that.
The "true conservative" in the 82nd Assembly District GOP primary takes Rep. Jeff Stone to task for supporting regional transit authorities. Funny, I remember Rep. Kelda Helen Roys telling me that she liked working with Stone on occasion. No wonder he's getting primaried.
Appleton Mayor Tim Hanna endorses Terri McCormick for Congress in the 8th Congressional District. That is a race that keeps getting more intriguing. Will discuss later today.
And over to the West, Dems start running attack ads against Sean Duffy on Social Security.
Here is the ad.
Again, if you haven't heard, Mark Neumann is a businessman./p>
Catch a glimpse at Madison's proposed train station. It could be a beaut.
Libertarian Party of Wisconsin: Beware of ethanol-infused gasoline.
New York Times: Feingold's race is a bellweather for GOP Senate takeover prospects.
Republican candidate profiles for the 44th Assembly District race.
Cap Times says the TIF review board should be respected.
How do you spend that $28 stimulus check? And no, I did not miss any zeros.