Welcome to the January 11, 2009 edition, the forty-eighth. This is where I survey the Waukesha corner of the Cheddarsphere and bring what are, in my opinion, the best posts of the last week. Feel free to add yours in the comments.
Let’s get started.
Taking a look at some local items, over at Fairly Conservative, Cindy Kilkenny looks at the Elmbrook school slates. Be sure to check out the comments.
Alexander wonders at A little off Main if he’s in Madison and Vrakas is a RINO. I don’t go much for the RINO tag, but the post is worth a read.
Has Jeff made his last post at Five Points? If so, be sure to catch his update on downtown Waukesha.
Huckleberry Dumbell has some “lay observations” about the Waukesha housing market in this post at Spring City Chronicle.
You can read James Wigderson’s post about bias is all in the eye of Ricky on State at Wigderson Library & Pub.
Tom Gehl discusses The Denigration of Race in Milwaukee at Brookfield Basics.
In local sports, Tim Rock takes a look at the Trevor Hoffman deal with the Brewers at The Other Side of My Mouth.
Bryon Houlgrave is shooting Northstars. Wrestling pictures. You can find more of Bryon’s sports photos at SportsShooter.com.
Looking about posts dealing with more general issues, Kyle Prast has a post at Practically Speaking showing us that not only is the Homeschooling movement is growing, but so is “unschooling”.
Linda Richter has a post decrying guilt by association by both sides at Inside New Berlin.
Chris from Racine, blogging at silent E speaks has a couple of posts on a recent experience with customer service.
Then concerning taxes and spending, Sen. Mary Lazich (chief aide Kevin Fischer?) makes a correlation at Conservatively Speaking between the fastest-growing states and those with the lowest tax rates.
The Asian Badger thinks Obama may have a one good idea with nominating a “Chief Performance Officer” to monitor spending.
Dad29 has a couple of charts illustrating that our infrastructure spending is already huge.
That concludes this edition. You can submit posts you liked in the comments. If you read something in the coming week, you can either put them in the comments, e-mail them to me or use this handy form. Archives can be found here.
See you next week.