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MADIGAN IS STILL AN ENEMY OF THE STATE

MADIGAN IS STILL AN ENEMY OF THE STATE
In 2016 I Called Illinois Speaker of the House Michael Madigan an Enemy of the State; Guess What? Madigan is Still an Enemy of the State! The latest revelation regarding the shenanigans involving ComEd (an Exelon Company) is merely the tip of the iceberg. There is sure to be much, much more in Michael J.... Read more »

Sharon Starzyk For Cicero Township Collector A Good Choice

Sharon Starzyk For Cicero Township Collector A Good Choice
Sharon Starzyk is running for Cicero Township Collector. Although that position may not seem as important as the one involving Town President Larry Dominick – BUT IT IS! Why? Because the election of Starzyk, regardless of who wins the Town President contest would send a strong message to the corrupt political apparatus now operating in... Read more »

Mark Wahlberg: Grand Illusions of September 11th or Hyping A New Movie?

Mark Wahlberg: Grand Illusions of September 11th or Hyping A New Movie?
If I have said it once, I’ve said it a thousand times already – Hollywood Celebrities should just stick to acting and shut up when it comes to the real life issues unless they can contribute something positive or relevant to the dialogue. Actors and actresses seem to think that their role-playing abilities qualify them... Read more »
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Mr. President - Who's Paying For Air Force One, Two and Marine One Today?

Mr. President - Who's Paying For Air Force One, Two and Marine One Today?
Ah how nice – President Barack Obama has come home, albeit for a very short trip and the news media is abuzz. However, as Air Force One was taxing down the runway it didn’t dawn on any of our evening newscasters to ask the obvious question regarding his travel arrangements. I mean, this is after... Read more »

Chicago Ward Remap Complicated By African-American Losses

Chicago Ward Remap Complicated By African-American Losses
According to the 2010 U.S. Census, Chicago lost some 200,000 residents, but, 180,000 of those losses were in the African-American Community. And that will complicate matters when politicians sit down to remap Chicago’s Wards. After the 2000 Census, the powers that be were able to protect incumbents, as well as preserving the city’s black representation.... Read more »