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As I sat down to write a column about Mother’s Day, I noticed a news story about a nearby school district which recently banned “Perks Of Being A Wallflower” from its junior high school. In a 4-2 vote, school board members of Glen Ellyn School District 41 voted to reject a reconsideration committee’s recommendation to... Read more »
In the movie The Pelican Brief, an oil tycoon has two Supreme Court Justices murdered in the hope that new justices will be appointed who are more friendly to his court case, which is currently winding its way through the appellate courts. While no one is getting bumped off here in DuPage County, the DuPage... Read more »
This morning, a young man walked into an elementary school in Newton, Connecticut and opened fire. As I write this little is known about the victims, except that 20 of them were children. Young children. News coverage by the networks and social media went hand-in-hand with commentary about gun control. Some pundits said it wasn’t... Read more »
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