UW-L poli-scientist Chergosky on Top 50 burgers, who is “midwest” and can you just go to Israel
UW-La Crosse political science professor, Dr. Anthony Chergosky, in studio Friday for La Crosse Talk PM to discuss how Wisconsin was left out of the Top 50 burgers conversation, who considers themselves midwest, US House Rep. Derrick Van Orden heads to Israel, an Oprah-Mitt ticket and Brewers funding vs. child care.
Started the show with Van Orden putting out a statement that he’s gone to Israel on a “fact-finding mission.” But it comes in the midst of House Republicans trying to elect a Speaker, so it can actually do any governing, let alone help resolve the Mid-East situation.
Speaking of “mideast,” the US doesn’t have one, but it does have a midwest, and there is some confusion as to who lives there. We dissect a recent poll on that.
Before that, happened, though, we did talk about this upcoming book that said Oprah Winfrey floated the idea to Mitt Romney that they run for president.
Later, we ripped on a Top 50 list of the best burgers in the US, that contains no burgers from Wisconsin or Iowa. There’s also a Top 25 Wisconsin burgers list, that’s very Madison-Milwaukee based, which was disappointing.
After that, we spent a minute trying to hash out why the only way Dolly Parton wants to be contacted is via FAX.
Ended the show on how Wisconsin’s state Legislature is prioritizing funding the Milwaukee Brewers stadium, but split on how to help with child care.
— Derrick Van Orden leaves for Israel.
— Brewers stadium funding.
— Who is "midwest?"
— Dolly Parton via fax only.
— Student thinks she's going to U of Miami, ends up in Oho.
— Oprah Winfrey-Mitt Romney ticket.
— Top 50 burgers in the US, but no Wisconsin.