Welcome to this week’s carnival highlighting post from or about Waukesha that I found interesting.
In news around the county, Mr. Gravelle at The Daily Scoff tells us the key to a successful library.
Scott Berg at 359 Degrees invites input into Brookfield city’s 2035 Comprehensive Plan.
Bryon Houlgrave has photos from the New Berlin firefighters’ remembrance services on 9/11.
Fox Head took a look at a couple of local items, traffic lights at Waukesha West, and obtaining a building permit and taxes.
Darryl Enriquez at Waukesha FYI has a pic documenting the tree cutting next to John’s Root Beer on Accordion Arcadian Avenue.
James noted an e-mail from the Journal Sentinel’s Steven Walters that belies the notion of journalistic integrity or neutrality.
State-wide, Dad29 uses Patrick McIlheran’s column as a jumping off point to make more points of his own on Van Hollen’s suit against the GAB.
silent e takes apart a recent Journal Sentinel op/ed on Van Hollen.
On the subject of national politics, things continued hot and heavy at Fairly Conservative with Cindy’s continuation post on Anne Kilkenny’s e-mail.
Kyle Prast confesses the same ignorance of the Bush Doctrine that I had. I guess we’re not qualified to be vice-president.
Dave at Yorick’s Persiflage recounts an encounter with an Obama backer going door-to-door.
In general topics, The Asian Badger links to a post on a pilot landing on the fringes of Hurricane Hanna.
The Family Guy gives us a post on The New Face of Feminism.
Linda Richter may employ some hyperbole, but she has some points on surveillance.
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