Oh what a beautiful morning! It's getting a little frosty out there, but it should get up to 68 by the afternoon. Treasure the last few frisbee-friendly days we have left in Madison your only refuge from your stuffy house will soon be the gym. For brunch we got Thai Noodles. Pretty self-explanatory.
Pick up a paper copy of Isthmus today. Nothing in there by yours truly, but apparently a piece exploring whether the GOP is "embarrassed" by its Lt. Gov. candidate Rebecca Kleefisch.
It will likely no longer be embarrassed but proud and united around her candidacy Kleefisch was recently diagnosed with colon cancer. This is just a few days after Ed Thompson, candidate for State Senate, announced his diagnosis with pancreatic cancer.
There it is. TIF review board approves Edgewater TIF subsidy. MATC, Madison and Dane County reps approve. Only School Board rep dissents.
More importantly, Sconnie Bar has been POSTPONED again.
Thank you to Sam Clegg for referring me to this Times article on Christine O'Donnell, the Tea Party candidate in Delaware. Until this week, O'Donnell didn't even have a campaign office in the state. Her primary win is indicative of an increasingly borderless political landscape.
The stump: "Asked for clarification on several points by reporters, including how much the corporate income tax rate should be decreased, Duffy said he didn't have a specific percentage and praised American workers' capabilities."
Proposal would offer the poor legal counsel in civil suits.
Imagine painting cows for 25 years. That's what Bonnie Mohr has been doing.
What about adding 10,000 seats to Lambeau? How many years would that decrease the waiting period by? A new economic impact study says, surprise, surprise, the move would be good for Green Bay.
State legislative candidates break campaign fundraising records this summer.
Good news for UW: Court rules in support of stem cell research.
No surprise here: Rep. Spencer Black supports the Dem candidate for his seat, Brett Hulsey.
Daily Cardinal ed board: Three debates between Feingold and Johnson is enough, and Feingold should stop attacking. But then they complain that we need to hear more about Johnson's stance on "gun licensing" ? Gimme a break!
Cap Times: Voter turnout does matter. Please vote!
The GOP's plot: To deny funding for health care law. White House says it will prompt a government shut down.