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Monday, April 11, 2011

Monday afternoon news round up (4.11.11)

The Onion Store presents tees such as "I support My Parents' Political Beliefs" and "I just love corporations",66/

Democrat on Waukesha County vote panel speaks out

Waukesha County Democratic Party:  Statement & Account of Ramon Kitzinger, Waukesha Board of Canvassers member since 2004

Rail Exec Charged With Illegal Donations

Huffington Post:  Fervor Of Wisconsin Debate Shifts To Recall Elections

PolitiScoop:  Government Accountability Board Cover Up?

WisDems:  Disturbin Scott Walker revelations Require Answers

PortWashington-SaukvillePatch: State Budget Hearing Gets Under Way After Opponents Make Their Point

Joint Finance hearing - video

The Oshkosh Northwestern:  We don't need license plate stickers|head

Most Ohio big city mayors do not like collective bargaining law Gov. John Kasich says was intended to help them

DeForest Times-Tribune: Preserve funding for the arts by Fred Bergmann

Harvard University Press:  The William Cronon Affair

PoliticusUSA: Wisconsin Titanice:  Criminal Probe Heading Scott Walker's Way

State Senator Sheila Harsdorf (R):  Loud minority opposition won't stop vital reform Call for help, 2:00 today:  The Uptake.Org is looking for citizen journalists to help at Government Accountability Board press conference

LaCrosseTribune: Shilling:  We need leaders to stand up to the governor

Cognitive Dissidence:  Is Scott Walker About To Have A Very Bad Monday?

Paul Krugman on Paul Ryan's budget:  A Word From Those Who

Andrew Breitbart Presents:  Big Government.  No Conspiracy In Wisconsin Supreme Court Election, brookfield Vote Totals Posted On Election Night By AOL/Huffington Post Reporter Walker: Unions Won't Steal Prosser Election Win

Daily Union:  Fitzgerald listens to packed house

Wisconsin Group Launches Campaign To Reform Government

PolitiFact rates Charlie Sykes stating JoAnne Kloppenburg had a 3-to-1 advantage in spending over Justice David Prosser as "Pants On Fire".

Daniel Bice:  Parties already sparring before local hearing starts

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