Monthly Archives: October 2013

Inglett saga featured on “This American Life”

Fans of Public Radio International’s This American Life got to hear the story of Joshua Inglett over the weekend. The whole story.

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No law against preposterousness

There’s something more than a little ridiculous about the flap over the name of the professional football franchise in Washington, D.C. And by that I don’t mean that many people of all different ethnic heritages find the Redskins moniker to … Continue reading

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Modeling good driving behavior

I was out walking the dogs Saturday night when it happened. We were waiting at a busy intersection (the end of the westbound Beltline exit ramp at Midvale Boulevard for those of you who know Madison.) A car slowed to … Continue reading

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Gumballs and burritos

Governor Scott Walker is scheduled to sign his $100 million property tax cut bill into law on Sunday. The measure moved through the legislature at lightning fast speed.

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Zielinski’s mea culpa should resonate

I’ll leave it to the reader to decide whether I took a cheap shot when the news of his OWI arrest hit back in August, but now Graeme Zielinski has written an apparently heartfelt apology.

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Walker comments on announcements from Burke and Van Hollen (AUDIO)

Governor Scott Walker spoke with reporters in Eau Claire this morning and fielded questions about Democrat Mary Burke‘s announcement that she’ll run for governor next year, and Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen‘s announcement that he won’t seek reelection. AUDIO: Governor Scott … Continue reading

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