Scott Walker, front-runner

Well this Powerline post certainly left me thinking: I expect that, with a solid victory in November, Scott Walker will become the effective front-runner for the GOP presidential nomination. By effective front-runner, I mean the most likely nominee (assuming he wants the nomination), not necessarily the Republican who polls the best in early surveys. Go […]

Governor Scott K. Walker, undergrad

Laurel Patrick, the spokesperson/press secretary for the Governor, let go with this remark recently: Governor Walker would like to finish his degree through the UW FlexOption once they expand the degree offerings. So now we wait. Right now UW FlexOption offers three bachelor degrees, a Bachelor of Science in Nursing, RN to BSN completion; Bachelor […]

Why Charlie Sykes is wrong about Rep. Bill Kramer

If you haven’t heard, Charlie Sykes has taken his Bill-Kramer-is-wrong-for-Wisconsin vendetta to Kill Bill! (The Sykes Remake.) I’d call it amusing, because it’s always freaking amusing when a pompous blowhard like Sykes pretends he’s better than the rest of us, but this time it’s rather nauseating because 1) Sykes is really digging in for some […]

A report on the quest for voting integrity in Wisconsin

Ok, I’ll warn you. I’m happy about something. I know. I know. It doesn’t happen very often, but when it does – wow! It’s a great feeling. A little over a year and a half ago ago I teamed up with some women who had been working very hard to nail down voting procedures in […]

GAB votes to dislodge staff driven e-pollbook project

In a meeting in Madison yesterday, the appointed retired judges voted 3-2 to stop the inquiry into a project that would change the printed books currently used at Wisconsin polling locations and start with a digital format. Read the staff final report to the board starting on page 7. I didn’t like the idea, and […]