Good morning brunch nation. And so begins the start of yet another short week for The Sconz. After escorting my little brother to his future college last week, I will be witnessing my older whoops, just accosted by a Jehovah's witness at Barriques as I was saying, I will be witnessing my older brother get hitched in Michigan at the end of this week.
The weather should be good during the day, with thunderstorms at night. Today I provide you with my own personal masterpiece: Cheesy eggs doused in Frank's Red Hot, with jalapenos, along with whole wheat toast from the Nature's Bakery Co-op on Willy St.
What the hell is this: Check out the front page of Madison.com. The entire page is surrounded by a promotion for some musical.
MacIver Institute: 75 percent of Milwaukee kids opt out of neighborhood public school (mostly in favor of another public school).
Xoff doesn't buy UW's survey results on the Senate and governor races.
And Barry Orton participates in a GOP poll that does not mention Neumann or Westlake.
Brenda Konkel: Watch out for brown water on the East Side.
Kristin says there are still roadblocks for edible landscape.
As Xoff points out, this is a great opportunity to champion good policy and boost progressive turnout: Dane County Board approves resolution to put medical marijuana on the ballot in November.
Schools getting strict on cell phones? You kidding me? I thought that was literally what the assistant principal was hired to do. In fact, I think APs break their history into different eras based on the contraband du jour: Mini skirts, Girls in blue jeans, walkmans, discmans and finally cell phones.
Oshkosh schools got a lot of debt, but it ain't no thang. Ron Johnson's property taxes a lone will fund a new school, apparently.
Feingold will not let Ron Johnson off the hook for his drilling comment.
Supreme Court ruling has big budget impact.
It is also set to rule in a landmark priest abuse case.
The second Assembly district race is heating up, with three Republicans vying to challenge Ted Zigmunt in a traditionally conservative area.
What do you know about the Madison airport chief?