Category: Election

2015 Chicago Mayoral Endorsement

2015 Chicago Mayoral Endorsement
So long as voters stay away from the endorsement of either Chicago Newspaper, the Sun-Times or the Tribune I would think they are already a step ahead when it comes to a 2015 Chicago Mayoral Endorsement. Let’s face it – there is something sinister and suspicious when both city newspapers blast the incumbent mayor during... Read more »

Illinois Patronage Politics Routinely Disenfranchise Voters

Illinois Patronage Politics Routinely Disenfranchise Voters
Another Election Day is upon us and like the many I have participated in thus far over the past 4 decades I remain frustrated at the lack of progress. Sadly Illinois Patronage Politics Routinely Disenfranchise Voters as party slate-makers play musical chairs with mostly the same career political hacks that either can’t seem to find... Read more »

Nothing About Illinois State Rep John D. Anthony Adds Up

Nothing About Illinois State Rep John D. Anthony Adds Up
Man I feel sorry for the voters of the 75th District. They have an appointed incumbent yet nothing about Illinois State Rep John D. Anthony adds up. And that could lead to future trouble for an area that needs real leadership and vision for a diverse constituency. Matter of fact, I have been directed to... Read more »
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Morris Has An Opportunity In Mayoral Election With John T. Brooks

Morris Has An Opportunity In Mayoral Election With John T. Brooks
Morris, like so many other smaller towns, has been governed by the same old faces for as long as I can remember. I suppose that that is largely due to the fact that people are satisfied with what they have and needn’t bother getting up off their chairs to run for office themselves. In some... Read more »

America The Ugly

America The Ugly
American ideals have long been cherished by people around the world, yet surprisingly they are not held in the same high esteem by Americans themselves. Another Election Day is in the books and nearly three-fourths of the registered voters declined to exercise their rights, or do their civic duty. The political pundits employed by the... Read more »