In some respects, Walker’s refusal to postpone made perfect sense. He’s a driven man, seemingly heedless of his capacity for miscalculation. His motto seems to be: “What could possibly go wrong?” Or maybe: “What, me worry?” And certainly: “What are we waiting for?”
As though Wisconsin never had a high profile case in Madison —
Former police chief, defendant in federal civil rights action, wants case moved from Madison to Superior based on claims of unfairly influential media coverage.
Soon people will stop counting.
Steve Fitzgerald of Juneau, the father of Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald and Assembly Speaker Jeff Fitzgerald, told The Associated Press on Monday that he had applied for the position and interviewed last week. All of the Fitzgeralds, like Walker, are Republicans.
Sheboygan man told police he was watching HBO’s vampire-themed miniseries “True Blood” when the incident occurred, adding it was possible he said something about wanting to suck the boy’s blood.
Whether such ideas start with the city or private groups, their success depends on many factors. But in my experience, there are at least as many collecting dust on a shelf somewhere or in some kind of permanent limbo as being put into practice. I’ve always thought it must be nice to be one of those city architectural and design consultants, whose profits are limited not to what is, but to all that might have been.