Welcome to the red state of Wisconsin. Right now I'm eating Cinnamon Toast Crunch, but I'll give you something a little classier to accompany all this bad news.
A couple other Isthmus writers and I run-down the election results and what they mean.
Rebecca Kleefisch to begin elective chemotherapy.
Wall Street Journal says Republican Midwestern governors could derail high speed train plans.
Walker steadfast in his pledge to "end the train."
Journal Sentinel analyzes Walker's likely agenda.
Robin Vos (R-Caledonia) likely to become the chair of the Joint Finance Committee, on which the Republicans will have at least a 12-4 majority.
And in case you didn't notice, the future leaders of the Assembly and Senate are brothers!
Any guesses on what the special session on job creation will yield?
Is the Brain Drain real?
Brenda Konkel still looking into the mayor's bike trip in Europe.
Here's an understatement of a headline: "Walker may find campaign promises tough to keep."
Interesting Unwritten rule among Wisconsin delegation not to endorse a challenger to a fellow incumbent.
Wisconsin falling behind in job creation.
What Madisonian is addressing issues of drinking and bullying on campus?
T. Wall, where have you been? Why weren't you flipping out at Ron Johnson during the campaign? Now he cares about the library.