As quoted in Paul Ryan expects protracted, unpredictable GOP race. (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 11/12/2015)
A man with a plan in the wings. (10/29/2015)
An environmental group recently petitioned the federal Environmental Protection Agency to pressure the Wisconsin DNR to resolve more concerns the EPA spelled out years ago about the state's administration of the Clean Water Act.
The EPA has accused Walker's administration of failing to adequately protect air and water quality since 2011, when he became governor. [emphasis added]Population of Kewaunee County
Cochart first noticed there was something wrong with her water in 2010 when she was inexplicably getting sick, and subsequent tests over the next four years confirmed that her well was contaminated. And she wasn’t alone — there has never been a comprehensive survey done, but one-third of the Kewaunee County drinking water wells voluntarily tested by the University of Wisconsin, U.S. Department of Agriculture, or other organizations have contaminates such as nitrates and coliform bacteria. [emphasis added]
The holiday-themed pizza push makes sense as some of the biggest pizza ordering days hit during the winter. According to industry group American Pizza Community, the busiest days for U.S. pizza orders are
- Super Bowl Sunday,
- New Year's Eve,
- the night before Thanksgiving and
Plus, Pizza Hut has seen flat sales trends this year through early September.
- New Year's Day.
Timothy Wolfe should never have been president of the University of Missouri. He was a computer-company executive with no advanced degrees or experience in academic administration. Like so many other unrepresentative, politically appointed boards, Missouri’s Board of Curators chose a private-sector manager to run a public university. Wolfe had virtually no experience with students or scholars.
Wolfe had been under intense scrutiny and criticism since he refused to address protesters who blocked his car at the Homecoming Parade in October. Some Concerned Student 1950 members said they allowed Wolfe’s car to hit them as the driver attempted to get around the roadblock “to ensure we were heard.” Wolfe issued a statement Friday apologizing for not getting out of the car and engaging with protesters. He also acknowledged that systematic oppression exists on campus.
Mr. Wolfe conceded missteps had been made early in the process of deciding what to do about the press. “
There’s more people that should have been brought into this conversation,” he said, like authors, other university publishers and the staff of the Missouri press.
"There were no injuries. There was no damage to the wheel. We don’t know who owned the drone or who operated it. We collected it and have put the recovered drone into evidence."
The police spokesman noted that absent a witness or errant pilot coming forward, it will be nearly impossible to ascertain who that person is.
The department store will broadcast a series of spots told from the point of view of various members of one multi-generational family tree, set to The Beatles tune of the same name. One spot depicts a man dressing up as Santa; another shows a Star Wars-loving boy waking up to a Storm Trooper at the tree on Christmas morning.
“There are 80 million millennials now, and they’re shopping and thinking differently about food and in a way that is influential,” she said. She said changes in the family are also challenging food companies.
“Families now are multicultural, multigenerational, single-parent, same-sex, mixed and traditional,” Ms. Morrison said.