Jeff's foray into radio is a relatively new career choice. He stepped up to the mic in 1995 as a fill-in host for another local radio station. Before he joined the ranks at WTMJ, most people recognized Jeff from his long and successful law career. He is a former federal prosecutor at the U.S. Attorney's Office for eleven and a half years where he was Head of the Organized Crime Task Force. In 1993, Jeff went into private practice and was also on the 1994 Republican candidate for State Attorney General.
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ESPN's "Outside The Lines" reported Tuesday that Major League Baseball will look to suspend Brewers left fielder Ryan Braun, and 19 other players connected to the now defunct Biogenesis clinic in Florida. Biogenesis, and it's founder, Tony Bosch, have been under intense scrutiny by MLB to determine if it provided baseball players with performance enhancing drugs.
How bad has it gotten for the Brewers? In the fifth inning on Monday night the Brewers issued a two-out intentional walk to the eighth hitter to get to pitcher Tommy Milone, who then singled in a runner from second. That's an AL pitcher we're talking about at the plate.
Now that Larry Drew has officially been named the new Head Coach of the Milwaukee Bucks, General Manager John Hammond will turn his focus to constructing the team Drew will coach. Might Drew have some influence on what direction the Bucks go in regards to personnel? It's certainly possible.
Several Republicans have been getting an earful in recent days from conservative supporters who believe the budget negotiations have been going in a bad direction. The main complaints? Too much spending, tax cuts that are too small, and a meager modification to the School Choice program that some are trying to sell as a statewide expansion.