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Maybe he's still best known for his enthusiastic use of the F-word in his plays... but David Mamet has also made an interesting ideological conversion....away from reflexive fashionable liberalism... chronicled in the cover story of this week's Weekly Standard.
Although her chances are now slim and none, Joanne Kloppenburg's campaign seems focused on some 'anomalies" in the way that some Waukesha County ballot bags were handled... some had tears, others were insufficiently cinched at the top. In order to flip the election, Kloppenburg would have to convince a judge that the problems were so serious that all of the votes in the bags -- which overwhelmingly favor Justice David Prosser -- be tossed out.