Posts tagged "Chicago Sun-Times"

A letter to the folks who dislike #SoChicago

A letter to the folks who dislike #SoChicago
To the folks (no pun intended) who dislike “So Chicago,” The people who grew up here used the moniker to reminisce about the city they grew up in. Let’s not overthink it. This isn’t Animal Farm or 1984. For the people who spend a lot of time being a wet blanket for no apparent reason,... Read more »

Adventures in conclusion jumping, Part 5: Charter schools and their stats

BLOGGER’S NOTE: This post is the fifth in a six-part series on why people make judgments based on limited information. Here are the first four: “Adventures in conclusion jumping, Part 1,” “Adventures in conclusion jumping,Part 2: Police shootings,” “Adventures in conclusion jumping, Part 3: Game of Thrones,” and “Adventures in conclusion jumping, Part 4: George... Read more »

A list of Fanning the Flames since 1978's favorite articles of 2012

This is a list of my favorite articles I have read this year. Click on the links to see you if agree or not. The David Koschman Case, Chicago Sun-Times by Tim Novak, Chris Fusco and Carol Marin I thought that the investigative reporting staff at the Sun-Times did an excellent job bringing the particulars... Read more »
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Homer Wright should be given a medal

“A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed.” That is what the second amendment of the constitution says but I guess that does not matter in the society we live in. Business owner Homer Wright shot... Read more »