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Pope Francis promotes Republican values: life and opportunity

On my television screen Thursday morning, the Pope’s pure white garments glowed from the dark-hued chambers of the House of Representatives.

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Scott Walker leads from behind

Well, that was quick. Something like 71 days between Scott Walker’s July 13 announcement in Waukesha that he was running for the Republican nomination for president, which I attended, seeing him soar to front-runner status, and yesterday’s crashing and burning to a mere asterisk. Some of Donald Trump’s marriages have lasted longer.

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Russ Feingold is tanned, rested, and ready, says ‘The Corporation That Speaks’

But first, will Scott Walker still be a candidate when the Republican presidential debate stop in Wisconsin is held in November? CNN now puts an asterisk after Walker’s name, posting him at less than 1% support along with other after school-special candidates Rick Santorum, Lindsey Graham, Bobby Jindal, George Pataki, and Jim Gilmore.

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Plop plop, fizz fizz: Oh, what a debate it is!

Like the Alka Seltzer commercials used to say (does anyone still take that stuff? It’s hangover medicine, right?): I can’t believe I watched the whole thing. But all three hours of Wednesday night’s CNN presidential debate were immensely entertaining. And edifying.

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Scott Walker, go to Ferguson!

But first, what a great post-Labor Day weekend! Packers start out the season with James Jones and a rare opening day win. Badgers right the ship in cool and sunny Madison.

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About This Blog

Raised on a farm near Sun Prairie, David Blaska is a recovering liberal who spent 18 years in daily newspapers, including 12 at The Capital Times in Madison as a reporter and editor. He served Gov. Tommy Thompson as acting press secretary in 1998 and is a veteran and survivor of 19 years in state government. He served 12 years on the Dane County Board of Supervisors. From December 2007 to November 2011 he wrote the consistently popular "Blaska's Blog" for Isthmus online's "The Daily Page" until, he says, the intolerant liberals ran him off. He blogs from Madison.

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