Morning Links for November 11, 2015

Welders have nothing on us, say philosophers stung by Marco Rubio’s inaccurate claim at Wednesday’s GOP debate. Politico goes behind-the-scenes as GOP world, protests descend on Downtown. A burning U.S. flag and some Milwaukee cops paying respects to it ignite social media. Chapter 2 is out in the Journal-Sentinel’s “Unsolved” series about a 1976 murder of a Franklin boy. Recent law changes will mean more dark money in Wisconsin politics, argues Bruce Murphy.         Comments comments

Welders have nothing on us, say philosophers stung by Marco Rubio’s inaccurate claim at Wednesday’s GOP debate.

Politico goes behind-the-scenes as GOP world, protests descend on Downtown.

A burning U.S. flag and some Milwaukee cops paying respects to it ignite social media.

Chapter 2 is out in the Journal-Sentinel’s “Unsolved” series about a 1976 murder of a Franklin boy.

Recent law changes will mean more dark money in Wisconsin politics, argues Bruce Murphy.

 

 

 

 

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Daniel Simmons grew up in St. Paul, Minn., the “good twin” city. He started his writing career covering the midsection for the Mayo Clinic. Since then he’s written about human smuggling by sea in San Diego, the coyote invasion of Chicago and the political circus in Madison. He also got to write about his childhood idol, Larry Bird, for Runners World. He’s the managing editor.