Posts in category "Clout"

Anita Alvarez: A Walking Contradiction

Anita Alvarez: A Walking Contradiction
Cook County State’s Attorney Anita Alvarez, in my opinion, is a walking contradiction. So much so that I seriously doubt she can be trusted when it comes to protecting the rights of “everyday citizens.” If, however, you are connected to say, the former Chicago Mayor Richard M. Daley and his cluster of political cronies, well,... Read more »

Peotone: Jesse Jackson Jr. Needs To Stay The Hell Out Of Will County

Peotone: Jesse Jackson Jr. Needs To Stay The Hell Out Of Will County
Will County Board Chairman Jim Moustis has had my vote before and will continue to get it so long as he stays tough on the “Peotone Problem.” Now, the reason I choose to call it a problem is quite simple – we don’t need that third airport in Peotone if airlines have repeatedly said they... Read more »

Koschman Homicide: Cook County State's Attorney Alvarez Should Resign As Judge Schedules Special Prosecutor Hearing

Koschman Homicide: Cook County State's Attorney Alvarez Should Resign As Judge Schedules Special Prosecutor Hearing
After writing numerous posts regarding the David Koschman homicide at the hands of former Mayor Richard M. Daley’s nephew, Richard “RJ” Vanecko, I have concluded that Cook County State’s Attorney Anita Alvarez should resign. Naturally this is purely my opinion, but, given  everything I have read and written one can can only conclude that the... Read more »
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Daley Calls Ferguson Audit On TIF's Personal - Maybe It Should Be!

Daley Calls Ferguson Audit On TIF's Personal - Maybe It Should Be!
How dare former mayor Richard M. Daley try and deflect his administration’s appearances of impropriety involving his wife’s favorite charity and TIF money? Daley characterized Inspector General Joseph Ferguson’s audit of TIF’s and their connection to After School Matters as being “disgraceful and a personal insult” to Maggie Daley. Well, personally I think it is... Read more »

Will William Cellini Finally Get What He Deserves?

Will William Cellini Finally Get What He Deserves?
William “the Pope” Cellini has amassed a large fortune by standing this/close to those in power. Even though his influence has been great, he never wanted to put himself into the public spotlight. I mean what the hell, what better way to avoid undue publicity? And as a result, William Cellini has been able to... Read more »

Illinois House Republicans File Remap Suit, Cite "Partisan Gerrymander"

Illinois House Republicans File Remap Suit, Cite "Partisan Gerrymander"
Illinois Republican House incumbents filed federal suit on Wednesday against the Illinois Board of Elections over the Democratic Remap. The lawsuit asserts that the new districts drawn by Democrats not only discriminates against Latinos and Republicans, but it also called the remap a “partisan gerrymander.” In all, 10 Republican Incumbents and 6 others have been... Read more »
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Another Twist With Koschman Homicide Case Files

Another Twist With Koschman Homicide Case Files
The Chicago Police Department is probably wishing that the Chicago Sun-Times would let go of their dogged determination to get at the truth when it comes to the homicide of David Koschman. However, the Sun-Times has chosen to do their due diligence in what appears to be a massive cover-up, at least to those of... Read more »

Richard M. Daley: A Mayor Only A Grifter Could Really Appreciate

Richard M. Daley: A Mayor Only A Grifter Could Really Appreciate
Chicago Mayor Richard M. Daley is conducting his farewell tour before riding off into the sunset. Meanwhile, the city’s news media outlets feel compelled to bestow accolades on the same man they have skewered for years. I suppose that is almost akin to a funeral wake where even a man’s biggest opponent in life finds... Read more »

Anita Alvarez Says Not Enough Evidence To Charge "RJ" Vanecko?

Anita Alvarez Says Not Enough Evidence To Charge "RJ" Vanecko?
According to the Chicago Sun-Times, Cook County States Attorney, Anita Alvarez says there is not enough evidence to charge Richard “RJ” Vanecko in David Koschman’s death. Meanwhile, Alvarez’ former law professor, Richard Kling, has previously said that he would have filed murder or involuntary manslaughter charges seven years ago. Another well known criminal defense lawyer,... Read more »
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R.J. Vanecko Investigation: Is CPD Warning Residents and Visitors?

R.J. Vanecko Investigation: Is CPD Warning Residents and Visitors?
The one thing that the Chicago Police Department (CPD) have shown residents and visitors of Chicago, is that if you get into a beef with any of the connected political families, you can just forget about that “We Serve and Protect” motto. That is out the fu$king window because it means nothing. Especially after the... Read more »