Good morning Sconz Nation. Only eight hours till weekend happy hour, based on the conventional American work schedule. I was bummed out to find that the Orpheum happy hour no longer offers free hor d'oeuvres. Tonight you could use some sleep though Gameday is tomorrow. San Jose State.
Faouzi's is the place to go for Moroccan, says Kyle.
Judge rules "don't ask, don't tell" is unconstitutional.
Media is speculating that Feingold does not want to appear with President Obama when he comes to Madison at the end of the month.
Badger Herald ed board urges UW to appeal decision which forced the school to consider Catholic organization for funding.
Meanwhile, Cardinal runs feature piece on "being Catholic at UW."
Surprise, surprise. J.B. Van Hollen will not represent state in stem cell case.
State resolves overseas voter ballots with the feds.
Ohhhhhhhhh snap son! Tom Barrett finally releases an ad about the fight at the State Fair last year.
After a year of controversy for Marlin Schneider, the longest serving member of the Assembly in state history has some GOP opponents.
Here is what some Republican candidates in the Beloit area are saying their priorities are.
On ongoing interest of mine: How do our taste buds evolve throughout our lives? Why do kids like sweet things more? An upcoming local contest will try to see not only what foods kids like, but what healthy foods kids like.
School bullying: Wisconsin school are taking it seriously.
Charlie Sykes is very happy to hear that Jim Sensenbrenner, the one Wisconsin Republican to vote against the transportation bill that Neumann voted for (for the record, this is a non-issue), runs a radio ad supporting Scott Walker.
Jay Stampen: Reject legislative ideologues this session.
Brenda Konkel continues the fact-checking crusade against Dave Blaska.
Sen. Mike Ellis gives Republican perspective on state fiscal woes over the past decade.