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You used to hate the mayor? You must love him now

And perhaps vice-versa. Mayor Dave Cieslewicz must be a mastermind. How else do you get both of your former opponents to actively support your candidacy? >More
 Brunch Links: December 13

A delectable daily digest of local and state news, accompanied by a delicious delicacy. >More
 One way Wisconsin should be more like Mississippi

There's a lot not to like about Mississippi and the Democrats want us to know that Scott Walker is bringing all those things to Wisconsin. But if there is one Mississippi import that should be welcome in the Badger State: Attitudes on drunk driving. >More
 Ken Golden drops out of mayor's race

The former alder cites a medical condition in withdrawing from the contest against Mayor Dave Cieslewicz. >More
 Scott Resnick campaign website up

Five months before Election Day the likely Democratic candidate for 8th district alder is already regularly updating his website with district news. >More
 Sarah Palin supports Paul Ryan!

Paul Ryan's deficit reduction plan gets the ringing endorsement of the Mama Grizzly. >More
 One way that Wisconsin is different than Minnesota

Minnesotans may not be willing to pay taxes to keep the Vikings from going to Cali. Can you imagine what we would pay to keep the Packers from leaving Green Bay? >More
 Will Wisconsin Republicans go after stem cell research?

You have to wonder. How important is the socially conservative GOP base to the new Republican majorities? >More
 Anti-union agenda passed right under Wisconsin media's nose

The Republicans have been planning legislation to establish right-to-work laws from the very beginning. They hardly mentioned it on the campaign trail, but now it appears to be a top priority. >More
 Welcome to Medieval Times: High-speed rail in Wisconsin is dead

Tis a sad day to be a Sconnie. Today marks the first step towards the dark ages for Wisconsin. >More
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