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History of Madison County, Iowa, and its people (Volume 1)
Mustang 1964-1/2-1973
Mustang 1964-1/2-1973 by Motorbooks
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Introduced in April 1964, the Ford Mustang was a masterpiece of design, performance, and marketing. Thanks largely to its sporty lines, a lack of competition from GM and Chrysler, and a list of options that could be tailored to everyone from street racers to little old ladies, the Mustang is credited with pioneering the "pony car" concept. The period covered in this colorful photohistory represents the most collectible Mustang model years, and top automotive journalist Mike Mueller examines all the hardtops, convertibles, and fastbacks of the era, along with the phenomenal sales Mustang posted in its extended first year, the design changes and special performance editions of the 1960s, associations with race legends like Carroll Shelby, the role Lee Iacocca played in the car's introduction, and the marketing tactics that helped make the Mustang an American classic. The author's brilliant modern color photographs of factory original cars are accompanied by nostalgic period sales literature and behind-the-scenes black-and-white photography depicting Mustang development.

John Lennon "So This Is Christmas/Happy New Year" - Madison Mueller

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Abdication of Responsibility the Big Winner in 2014 Elections

By Ray Mueller. The following is a guest post by a Wisconsin trade unionist. It is inspired by the article “What Lessons Can We Learn from Labor’s Defeats in Wisconsin in 2011 and 2015. ” Readers are invited to post comments to this or any other article appearing on the Labor Fightback Blog. It finally over, the election season, that is — the annoying, incessant TV political ads that we eventually could memorize, the desperate and frantic last-minute online political party appeals for contributions of as little as $3, and the partisan... Now that the results are in, does that mean attention to the political process and election procedures is over for a while. My answer is that there’s lots of irresponsibility that’s permeated the election phenomenon. Let’s start with the residents who make the ultimate decisions via the votes they cast (or do not cast). From Wisconsin’s population of approximately 5. 742 million, the state’s Government Accountability Board (GAB), which is the agency that oversees the election process, indicates that the state has about 4. 4 million persons who are eligible to vote. To vote, however, persons need to register with the municipality in which they live. For that, they need to provide proof of their residence. As of October 1 of this year (2014), the GAB reported that 3,385,151 of the state’s residents had registered to vote. This was an increase of 18,570 since June 1. What those numbers don’t explicitly show, however, is that just over 1 million Wisconsin residents aren’t interested enough or haven’t made the effort to become registered voters. That’s nearly 25 percent of the potential electorate — a huge cadre of potential voters that political parties might want to think about capturing with their efforts and dollars. Based on what they have already done and what party leaders hope to do, Republicans in Wisconsin and elsewhere aren’t very interested in tapping the pool of unregistered potential voters. It seems they’re glued instead to the idea of limiting voter totals. One indication is how leading Republican operatives and their supporters, though without any credible evidence, cling to the obsession that there is rampant “voter fraud” — a claim that does not pass a truth test. He has written that a documented case of voter fraud occurs once in every 14. 6 million votes cast. Source: The Labor Fightback Blog

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  • Coyotes creep closer to Madison homes; researchers support co-existence

    03/24/15 ,via WKOW

    Members of the public are invited to join Mueller and the wildlife team when they set, and check traps. Romines, her mother and sister joined the team on a recent morning to check traps in a park near their home. An adult, female coyote, and a juvenile

  • Moline High School honor roll

    03/24/15 ,via Quad-Cities Online

    Freshmen -- Marcus Atnip, Amadou Bah, Saebra Bennett, Nathan Berthoud, Ian Brown, Natalie Christenson, Haylie Covemaker, Alannah Crompton, Kameron Dickerson, Jacob Dodson, Nichole Ferkel, Cecilia Franklin, Justin Gillis, Abhay Gupta, Madison . Brett


@Ryan_Mueller Madison fled a burning White House to the Octagon House; signed treaty that ended War of 1812 here. 03/24/15, @PapaJohnny64
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  • Watertown, Wisconsin City Directory, 1889

    Ken Riedl. 2005. 180 pages.

    Reprint of Watertown, Wisconsin City Directory of 1889

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  • Honor Roll: The Prairie School

    03/23/15 ,via Journal Times

    Madison; Coffman, Matthew; de la Garza, Noelle; Dennee, Isaiah; Eckert, Trey; Ehrhardt, Louise; Figge, Jack; Frosch, Kirsten; Goelz, Kayla; Heide, Madeleine; Kaur, Kirat; Krekling, Mitchel; Langendorf, Lucy; Mills, Gabrielle; Mueller, Jacob; Nagra ...

  • Badgers Morning Update - Quick Links for March 23

    03/23/15 ,via

    All Access Frank: ESPN’s Jeff Goodman sat down with Frank Kaminsky Sunday to talk about his decision to return to Madison and the postseason ... Staying at Bucky’s Fifth Quarter, Luke Mueller writes that Joel Stave looked good at quarterback ...

  • School announces 2nd quarter honors

    High honors: Adam Agronomoff, Ramsey Armstrong, Rachel Ashley, July Baumann, Jenna Bennett, Abigail Bonnstetter, Jacob Crews, Cameron Fisher, Carson Groff, Lexie Madlem, Lydia Madlem, Wyatt Madlem, Noah Oakley, Sterling Stowell, Madison Colman ...


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