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Via La Crosse Tribune.

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Big Dairy dumps on ordinary people


The dairy CAFOs are a nightmare with many rooms of horror and one wishes this were hyperbole.

One of the worst terrors is the deranged, systemic dynamic that Wisconsin’s former DNR runoff chief, Gordon Stevenson (2001-2011) terms “medieval”: Vectoring millions of tons of liquid cow manure into the aquifers and Wisconsin surface waters, including the two largest Great Lakes.

Via Wisconsin County Cuts Liquid Cow Manure Vectoring into Drinking Water @ MAL Contends . . .

Thinks 14 is enough


Via Dalai Lama Suggests He Will Not Reincarnate @ CAFFEINATED POLITICS.  

White steak


Via “Lamb is more Nutritious than any kind of Poultry, Mutton than Lamb, Veal than Mutton, and Beef than Veal; But Pork is more Nutricious than any of these…” @ Althouse.

Sunday Animation: Abiogenesis

Abiogenesis (Short Film) from Richard Mans on Vimeo.


They can do whatever they want.

Via If Walker wins four more years in Wisconsin @ The Political Environment.

No Thanks for the memories


Via Rickie Weeks didn’t want farewell appearance @ JS Brewers Blog.

Post just can’t help itself


Via Why Conservative Press Gets A Bad Name @ CAFFEINATED POLITICS.

What might have been


Via Ron Roenicke assesses his job, what went wrong with Brewers @ JS Brewers Blog

Don’t call him, he’ll call you


Via Why commit to Walker when he’s not that into you @ The Political Environment.

16, 17


Via Badgers creep up in both top 25 polls @ Badgers Blog.



Via Game Blog: Brewers win, 2-1, to secure winning season @ JS Brewers Blog



Via Rodgers, Packers shine with big victory over Bears @ JS Packers Blog.  

Will they top .500?


Via Brewers shoot for winning season @ JS Brewers Blog.

Short on Friday

Via Game blog: Cubs top Brewers, 6-4 @ JS Brewers Blog.

Urban v. Suburban

John Lehman Running for Lieutenant Governor

Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch Seeks Four More Years

Mary Burke Interview with WisEye

Via WisconsinEye.

WEDC Bigs Talk Crony Capitalism


Via WisconsinEye.

Badgers over Bulls, 27-10


Via Live blog: Wisconsin vs. South Florida – JS Badgers Blog.

And that keeps on giving

It takes a long list to include all the toxins dumped into Wisconsin waters (including drinking-water aquifers) by the special interests of the concentrated agricultural feeding operations (CAFOs), the Dairy Business Association and the Frac Sand Industry (VanEgeren, Capital Times).

Via Scott Walker’s Contributors’ Gift: Neurotoxins, Carcinogens, MRSA, Ecoli, Listeria, Salmonella … @ MAL Contends . . .

Made the cover in a bad way


Via The New Yorker Front Cover—Creeps Of The NFL @  CAFFEINATED POLITICS.

Walker sees Burke as problem from Cradle to Grave

Via Walker TV ad: Burke supported taxes ‘from cradle to grave’ @ WisPolitics Election Blog.

After years of scandals, WEDC does what it could have done all along

Via State to require layoff reporting from companies receiving state aid @ JS All Politics Blog

Wait, he had two million due on the balance of his MLB broadcasting contract?


Via Mitch Williams sues MLB Network for wrongful terminion @ JS SportsDay Blog.

10:00 AM – 3:30 PM


Via Bucks schedule Fan Fest for Oct. 4 @ JS Bucks Blog

Friday Catblogging: They’re using a Windows phone


Tie not enough

Via Bid to get full appellate hearing on voter ID fails by 1 vote @ JSOnline.  

No one really considers Nintendo anymore


“My belief is we shouldn’t be paying for them to sit on the couch, watching TV or playing Xbox,” Walker told cheering Republican campaign volunteers last week in West Bend. “We need to get them the skills to get back in the game and get back to work.”

Via Walker unleashing his inner demagogue @ The Political Environment.

At least they’ll know some of the players

The investigation remains halted by a state court decision from January, and the probe’s future now rests with Wisconsin appellate courts. However, some justices on the Wisconsin Supreme Court could have a conflict of interest: the four-justice Republican majority was elected by millions in spending from the same groups under investigation in the coordination probe, calling into question whether they can be impartial.

Via After Koch-Tied Judge Is Reversed, Walker Probe Rests with Conflicted WI Supreme Court @ PR Watch

Next year


Via Game blog: Brewers eliminated in 5-3 loss to Reds @ JS Brewers Blog.

Unprepared to answer

Asked by reporters to define plagiarism, Burke said: “This, this probably, using words, exact words, from a source that doesn’t, that isn’t cited and isn’t attributable.”

She said she her jobs plan did not violate her principles.

Via Burke Stumbles to Define “Plagiarism” @ Boots & Sabers