UPDATE: Wisconsin Dems claim they have photo IDS of the two girls, showing that they were, in fact over 18. Does this mean that the Dems are now embracing photo IDs? How ironic. Second: the Dem Party seems to be saying that the signature gathering was not fraudulent... merely illegal, since it occurred during the illegal closure of the North Avenue bridge -- an event they now seem to be owning as an official Recall event. So far, the actual information about the girls has not been shared, and we eagerly await more credible documentation. [As of Tuesday am, haven't seen any IDs.. no names, no addresses.) As I said Monday, viewers are invited to reach their own conclusions. This video speaks volumes about the tactics, the ethics, and the practices of the recall organizers.
Milwaukee Police Chief Ed Flynn joins me at 9:07 to talk about this: "We're not going to fulfill the martyrdom fantasies of people who insist on being arrested while they disrupt the lives of this neighborhood."
The overall tax levy for schools is actually down by $47 million -- here is the list of the 269 districts that lowered their levy this year. is your district on it? If not, you might want to ask your school board members why. Via the state:
Some Dems think that former Congressman Dave Obey is their great anti-Walker hop... but this new investigative report by Mike Nichols in the new issue of Wisconsin Interest magazine (which I edit) is likely to give them more than a bit of heartburn.