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Henry Sanders pushing gay rights hard in campaign

Do Democrats smell blood on the issue or is this still purely a primary strategy? Either way, it's a smart move. >More
 Brunch Links: June 17

A daily round-up of local news items, along with a delicious local delicacy. >More
 Mayor Dave gives a speech about tulips

Dutch tulips? Fred Mohs? Obviously both play an important role in Madison politics, but they're supposed to turn up in speeches. >More
 I wouldn't call Herb Kohl a liberal

Well, I wouldn't. A couple issues with the State Journal piece on Wisconsin Democrats election year woes. >More
 Brunch Links: June 16

A delicious round-up of local news items. >More
 Wisconsin State Journal the official Madison newspaper

That ain't no slogan, that's law baby. Government will always be a reliable client to the newspaper industry, even if people and advertisers aren't. >More
 Glenn Grothman picture of the day

The master of the far right woos Tea Party activists to his Capitol office. >More
 Brunch Links: June 15

A delicious round-up of local news items. >More
 Why Neumann needs to go negative

At the convention I got the opportunity to ask Mark Neumann his "favorite question." It was his favorite question because it allowed him to attack Scott Walker. Soon he will put his money where his mouth is and turn the GOP primary into an epic mudslinging slugfest. >More
 What is the source of Wisconsin partisanship?

In a Sconz interview, Sen. Herb Kohl reflects on partisanship in Washington and its cultural foundations. Later, Rep. Mark Pocan gives frank discussion of the effects of talk radio on state politics. >More
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