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‘He said, she said’ can get it wrong

Last week I posted a story regarding Jenny McCarthy’s vaccine quackery. While I included quotes from both of the people I interviewed, I think it’s still possible to come away with the feeling that Ms. McCarthy might be on to something.

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Area Man Comments On End Of The Onion

Newsprint is just so tactile. The digital medium can’t quite deliver the experience of turning pages on the print version of The Onion. 

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Candidate quest for Democrats

It’s been said “no news is good news,” but in the case of the Democratic Party of Wisconsin, the lack of a headline announcing a qualified candidate for governor in 2014 (yes, that’s next year) may be looking problematic.

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Mother Nature on a wanted poster

Hayward, at the epicenter of our freakish May snowstorm, has recieved 16 inches of snow so far. I called my old buddy Gary Hessel at WRLS to gauge the mood. They’re trying to laugh, because the alternative . . . 

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Milwaukee, from misery to excitement

Back in February (a month that looked a lot like early May in some parts of Wisconsin), I posted that Milwaukee had made the Forbes magazine list of America’s Most Miserable Cities, and how I thought that was absolute twaddle. … Continue reading

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Misery loves company: Milwaukee makes Forbes list

Mrs. Hague and I spent a recent Sunday visiting our daughter at UW Milwaukee. We ambled around the historic Third Ward, visited the awesome Public Market, and basically had a great – which is to say not miserable – time. … Continue reading

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Wisconsin makes move-out list

From Forbes magazine: Based on United Van Lines’ annual study of customer moving patterns, the states with the highest percentages of outbound migration. Wisconsin came in at #10.

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Questions linger in police shooting

More than two weeks after the Madison Police Department released a report which cleared an officer who fatally shot an unarmed man, many community members remain dissatisfied.

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Back in the Sly life (AUDIO)

Fans of partisan talk radio of the progressive stripe will be heartened by the news that John “Sly” Sylvester will be returning to the airwaves of southern Wisconsin next month.

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No business like snow business

This is the view at the end of our driveway in Madison. The blizzard has dumped about 18 inches of snow in the area and while some streets have been plowed, ours has not. I can only imagine what a … Continue reading

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