Hey y'all Sconnies. Kyle Nabilcy is desperately seeking sandwiches. Here is one he found at Sub Hero.
It's been raining like crazy, but today might be a break from the horror and a return to the simply dreary.
Ron Johnson has slight fundraising edge over Feingold in pre-primary period.
Horrifying depiction of prisoner treatment at Waupun.
Silly man does not understand why we need partisan elections for coroners. Hopefully the Cap Times will set him straight.
20 percent in Milwaukee County live in poverty. With numbers like that, you'd think Scott Walker was Ozaukee's executive.
More stimulus news. Wisconsin is finally getting a bigger share of federal dollars.
Uh oh, Scott Walker the county executive tries to do something reasonable. You know how that might go over in the GOP.
Ron Johnson talks to the Oshkosh Northwestern ed board.
Mark Neumann: "The Republicans selected their guy, and the Democrats selected theirs," Neumann said. "There's one other guy in the race, the one who refused to get out when they told me to."
Nick Schweitzer gives an anecdote which he believes illustrates why high-speed rail is foolish.
Nice! Cap Times runs down the fighting in the 77th between Hulsey and Hesselbein. Obviously they should have used the vicious showdowns in The Sconz comments section to illustrate the tension between the two camps...but besides that it's a worthy read.
Before you call this pharmacist super-lame for selling tons of fake viagra, remember that the viagra placebo is just as effective the vast majority of the time. At least that's what my psychologist brother told me.
Reading for econ geeks: How do you evaluate the impact of stimulus spending on job growth?
Haha, Cory Liebman says RPW's criticism of Barrett's fundraiser with Pelosi that never happened came right from Charlie Sykes' talking points.
Robbie Webber provides a useful reminder now that school is back. Speed limit in school zones is 20 mph!