The day is going to be cold but not wet, which is good, because the latter of these two caused me to sprain my ankle yesterday. Walking home from a volunteering stint at the Veterans Museum too…wounded for my country. Anybody catch Sarah Palin with Billy O last night? It was pretty good but then Elisabeth Hasslebeck on Hannity blew that out of the water. Hasselbeck or Hannity. Which one is more beautiful?
Finally somebody writes a response to the recent onslaught of anti-affirmative action columns. Predictably, the first racist to comment on the article doesn’t understand the word “censorship.”
Herald ed board: UW needs to find other colleges to mount pressure against Nike.
“Keep Terrorists Out of the Midwest Act.” It was not introduced by Jim Sensenbrenner, although I’m sure he’ll be a proud co-sponsor.
Good article in the Cap Times about “developer fees,” which tax developers whose projects cause necessary infrastructure changes.
Scott Walker wins half the battle, according to the Journal Sentinel, on the county budget. Milwaukee County’s tax levy will go up 2.2%. Cory Liebmann is convinced the Journal Sentinel is spinning for Walker.
If you’re trying to order some black market cigarettes, do not use the postal service. Kohl got that banned.
After Brett Favre Gov. Tim Pawlenty ended reciprocity with Wisconsin, the two states still have a chance to kiss and make up.
“Nuisances must register property.” Must anything else be said?
The New York Times writes that dozens of members of congress have been submitting health care talking points ghost-written by pharmaceutical lobbyists.
Surprising: Wisconsin has a higher rate of health care coverage than the country but employers pay 22 percent higher than national average.