On \”Will\’s Band of the Week\” this week, we discuss the new kick-ass album from Wolfmother, \”Cosmic Egg.\” We also discuss the preponderance of end-of-the-decade lists, bemoan the lack of lighters at concerts, and urge bands to bring back drummers on giant stages that flip upside down. Listen here: Or download it directly here. Bonus […]
Today, WPRI released a report by Mike Nichols (with research assistance by me) that delves into the origin of public financing for campaigns in Wisconsin. While the intent of using taxpayer dollars to run campaigns was noble – supporters thought it would lead to more competitive elections and reduced special interest influence – the actual […]
Dear Wisconsin Citizens: An ill wind blows in America these days. People are fed up, and they want REAL CHANGE. That is why, today, I am making it official: I am running for Congress in Wisconsin\’s 10th District. Trust me, I know the people of the 10th District. I have lived in this district every […]
Long before Early Man invented fire and hammers, he was using the most rudimentary tool of all – pretending to like the environment to pick up women. Even in college, I occasionally told girls that I belonged to Greenpeace in order to see if they\’d investigate the global warming in my drawers. (It even worked […]
On Wednesday night, SportsBubbler.com sent me to the Bucks-Nuggets game to give a behind the scenes look at the life of a sports reporter. I had full locker room access, and dug up some decent stories. Buckle up, because it\’s a long one. Read it here.
(Madison) An omitted \”n\” in a Senate Health Committee hearing notice explained the unexpected rock and roll heard in the Wisconsin State Capitol today when 80\’s heavy metal band Quiet Riot testified in favor of Senate Bill 362. Lead singer Kevin DuBrow thanked the committee for holding a hearing on the bill saying Quiet Riot […]
Have a look at this award-winning French short film, entitled \”Skhizein.\” It stuck with me for a while.