Via Channel 3000.
GOP presidential candidate Herman Cain said Monday that he was unaware that a private Wisconsin-based corporation may have spent as much as $40,000 on travel and other expenses to help his campaign get off the ground earlier this year. Via Bice @ Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
Via Racine Journal Times.
La Russa leaves a winner, and Brewers sure to face less seasoned, less accomplished St. Louis manager in 2012. Via Superior Telegram.
Ramming through rapid change after change harder with a one-vote senate majority. Via La Crosse Tribune.
Dangerous, difficult work. Via Channel 3000.
Out there, somewhere. Via 620 WTMJ.
…no puppy mills in the state. Via WKOW.
Via FREE WHITEWATER.
Via FREE WHITEWATER.
Few politicians upset the Left as much as Ryan does. Via Blue Cheddar.
Alternative headline: another sensible reason not to interfere with an officer making an arrest. Via Daily Cardinal.
Via Caledonia Patch.
…. and what it says about Gov. Romney. Via Boots and Sabers.
Reporter Gina Barton keeps on going. Via Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Earlier: At least 93 Milwaukee police officers have been disciplined for violating law
How the right sees the left. Via Althouse.
Lot of money, but how much in influence in return? Via John Kaufman @ Capital Times.
Battling a six-pound burger. Via ‘Green Bay Press-Gazette.
Via WISC Madison.
“The rule is a rental ban on renting out your home,” said Anthony Sanders, an attorney with the Minnesota Chapter of the Institute of Justice, a libertarian non-profit based in Virginia. Sanders and co-counsel Katelynn McBride are representing four homeowners in Winona for free, in a lawsuit challenging Winona’s rental cap. The rule prevents homeowners…
Scott Olsen now upgraded to fair condition after being hit in the head at protest rally. Superior Telegram.
General state aid certification shows most school districts will lose state aid, where most means 97 of every 100. Via Superior Telegram.
Voting for downcast Brewers fans, and others. Poll’s open until game time. Via hFREE WHITEWATER (where Adams calls it Cardinals 7, Rangers 5).
But the blitz only takes a team so far, where so far is not far enough. Via Boston Herald.
Defensive limitations so clear they could be listed separately as single priority; moderate improvement there would still be big advantage. Via Opposing Views.
Ohio as a bellwether for 2012 Wisconsin recalls. Via Center for Media and Democracy.
What, indeed? Guns and spectators in legislative galleries. Via Boots and Sabers.
State law ensures that citizens with licenses are able to carry concealed weapons and that law extends to state facilities,” Secretary Huebsch said. “Wisconsin is the forty-ninth state to put a concealed carry law into place. Individuals with licenses are law-abiding citizens and we must respect their right to keep and bear arms under the…
Lemon Law king upset over legislation capping some attorney’s fees. Via 620 WTMJ.
The journalistic integrity of these sites has been called into question by media watchdog groups. Laura McGann, assistant editor at the Nieman Journalism Lab at Harvard University, wrote in a 2010 piece in the Washington Monthly, that the Franklin Center sites are engaging in distorted reporting across the country. Via Center for Media and Democracy.
Nearing the end of an impractical idea: Nevada’s homegrown copyright troll, Righthaven, started life with a plan to save the newspaper business through infringement lawsuits—but nearly staggering incompetence has left the company on the receiving end of fine after fine from federal judges. Today, Righthaven was hit with a new fine for $116,718 in legal…
A neighboring hotel’s staff alleged [sic] voiced concerns about having to recently escort hotel employees to and from bus stops late at night due to inappropriate behavior, such as public masturbation, from street protesters. Via Daily Cardinal.