Memo to the Chicago Bears

An NFL game consists of four quarters, not three, not two. One can only hope that coaches and players carry that thought into Sunday’s game. If they had in previous games, they would be 5-0 as they face New England Patriots. 5 and 0! They had both the Green Bay Packers and the Miami Dolphins... Read more »

J.B. Pritzker' deadly dose for Illinois' economy

Not just what the doctor ordered to fix Illinois economy, stem the fight of residents and businesses out of state, and solve the systemic  problems with the state’s spending. If anything it will make it all worse, terribly so. Democrat gubernatorial candidate J.B. Pritzker has cowardly, insultingly and dangerously refused to say exactly how much higher... Read more »

Emanuel's new budget is "balanced?" Ha ha.

In his latest and last new budget message, Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel wants to assure us all is well. Not to worry. Things are in hand. Sure. Except that not all is well. It’s just more of the same, which is to say it does little or nothing to solve Chicago’s structural and long-term budget problems.... Read more »
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Trump, pay Sen. Warren

…for what she’s worth– $9,700. How do I figure? Turns out that her DNA test showed that she is somewhere from 1/64th to 1/1024th Native American. Meaning that an Indian entered her blood line six to 10 generations ago. Let’s see. If every generation equals 30 years, Warren’s Indian ancestor would have entered her blood line 180 to 300... Read more »

DePaul tries to redefine the idea of a university

DePaul University has redefined the idea of a university from a place where you think, are challenged, engage in rational discussion and search for the truth. Instead, DePaul University has constructed a campus composed of the close-minded, politically correct and fraidy cats. It has tried to convert its entire campus into a “safe space” where... Read more »

Climate scientist says costs of implementing UN report aren't worth it

This is not just any old climate scientist. This is Yale economist William D. Nordhaus, who according to the New York Times, “has spent the better part of four decades trying to persuade governments to address climate change, preferably by imposing a tax on carbon emissions.” In recognition of his work he was awarded the 2018 Nobel Memorial... Read more »
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A list of Illinois employees and companies that benefited from the GOP tax cuts

The left has been endlessly arguing that the GOP federal tax cuts are hurting the middle class and Americans in general. To balance things out, here’s a list, created by a right-wing group, of employees and companies in Illinois have benefited from the tax cuts. It’s a long list.

Chicago investigative reporters give the Obama Center a pass

Chicago has been and still is a great town for investigative reporters. Its newspapers have won numerous awards for exposing the town’s assorted and impressive numbers of booddlers, goniffs and teefs. Splendid investigative reporting also is done by television, radio and the new digital media. But when it comes to exposing the wrongs and illegalities of... Read more »

Progressives map out a further move left

The Democrat Party, at war with itself, needs to move further left, according to “Democratic Autopsy” by the far-left Nation magazine. Here’s its analysis: Corporate Power: The party continues to bend to big corporate donors. “For the Democratic Party, a crucial disconnect remains between rhetoric about corporate influence and subservience to it.” Race: The party hasn’t played... Read more »
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Pro-Kavanaugh women fed up with the sexism

Reports the Washington Times: Women who supported the confirmation of Supreme CourtJustice Brett M. Kavanaugh have been ripped on the left as brainwashed, shameful, privilege-defending gender traitors, and it’s starting to annoy them. Anti-Kavanaugh activists saved their most virulent post-confirmation screeds for women who refused to condemn Justice Kavanaugh — especially the white ones —... Read more »
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