The RoundupMar 1st, 2004 by Michael Horne
Attorney General Peg Lautenschlager’s drunk driving arrest last week removes her from behind the wheel of her state-owned vehicle for a year, and puts Governor Jim Doyle in the driver’s seat. The two had squabbled, privately, over terms of the Governor’s jobs bill, with Lautenschlager threatening to use her authority to see that the law […]
The RoundupFeb 23rd, 2004 by Michael Horne
Last Monday February 16th – Presidents Day – John Kerry, in Milwaukee, made what might have been one of his final appearances as a “free” man. By Friday, home in Boston, Kerry had asked for and received Secret Service protection. The protection, which will last through the election should he become the nominee, and for […]
The RoundupFeb 16th, 2004 by Michael Horne
Two hundred fifty bucks or a free press pass?
The RoundupFeb 9th, 2004 by Michael Horne
Acting Mayor Pockets $7,500 with no explanation
The RoundupFeb 2nd, 2004 by Michael Horne
Two of Wisconsin’s elder statespeople jumped on the Wesley Clark for President bandwagon recently. Former alderman, secretary of state and attorney Vel Phillips, who most recently issued the oath of office to Acting Mayor Marvin Pratt says she backs the Arkansas general for president. With her support, she joins such black leaders as Charles Rangel […]
The RoundupJan 26th, 2004 by Michael Horne
Rep. Jerry Kleczka is the son of a machinist. A Carpenter wants to replace him.
The RoundupJan 19th, 2004 by Michael Horne
But Halbrooks says Election Commission’s Extended Hours Helped Opponent
The RoundupJan 12th, 2004 by Michael Horne
Two other Mayoral candidates eligible soon
The RoundupJan 5th, 2004 by Michael Horne
John O. Norquist, in his final days as mayor, talked about the things that mattered to him. (His legacy wasn’t one of them.) Also: the man who could have beat him in 1992 – and, about that new job in Chicago
The RoundupDec 29th, 2003 by Michael Horne
Nobody minded when the cop called thugs “thugs” back in 2001
The RoundupDec 22nd, 2003 by Michael Horne
Vince Bobot plans to request a change in the City Charter to limit the term of Milwaukee Mayor to two consecutive terms.
The RoundupDec 15th, 2003 by Michael Horne
An $89 billion bank is muscling its way into the Milwaukee market, and you read about it here first.