Watchdog: 25 years of muckraking and rabblerousing
For the last quarter century, Bill Lueders has been one of Wisconsin's most prominent journalists. He's received dozens of awards for his reporting and commentary, written two previous books, and served since 2004 as the elected president of the Wisconsin Freedom of Information Council. From his perch as news editor at Isthmus, Madison's weekly paper, he has developed a reputation for being tough-minded yet fair, incisive yet funny. This collection brings together some of his best work: opinion columns, investigative pieces and some more personal writing. It's both a chronicle of recent history and a testament to a remarkable writing career.