It’s been a couple of weeks since my last roundup of significant posts in this section of the Cheddarsphere. First there was Thanksgiving and then a busy weekend, but here we are.
In state politics, Wisconsin state Senator Mary Lazich (chief aide Kevin Fischer?) writing at Conservatively Speaking reminds us of the obvious consequences if the QEO is done away with.
At Fraley’s Daily Takes, Brian Fraley notes the last WisOpinion: The Show for 2008.
In national events, Dad29 finds a state with a budget surplus!
Scott Feldstein is on the other side in the “Christmas Wars.”
The Asian Badger reminds us that you really can find everything on Craig’s List.
Concernedcitizen at Skeptics Anonymous notes that online retailers will be the next to seek a federal bailout and gives anecdotal evidence.
James Wigderson at Wigderson Library & Pub has some questions for the president-elect.
Cindy Kilkenny discusses airport security and specifically the TSA at Fairly Conservative.
Closer to home, Josh at Blog Waukesha gives a personal report on last week’s snow.
Dan Diebert asks why any business would want to go where it’s not wanted and why in this economy a community would want to stop one. You can read it at The D Spot.
In miscellaneous posts, at Spring City Chronicle, Huckleberry Dumbell remembers his Uncle Kelly, who spent his early time in the Navy recovering bodies at Pearl Harbor.
Tom Gehl, writing at Brookfield Basics, recommends a book for getting healthy.
Kyle Prast highly recommends Penzeys. So do I. She has her reasons and some pics at Practically Speaking.
That does it for this week. Tune in again next week for more of the best of Waukesha blogs.