The old Democratic bosses have been taking a beating.
The city is still concealing many of the secrets regarding General Iron, Lincoln Yards, and Mayor Rahm.
As long as Rauner wants Rahm to open up the CPS books, Rauner should have to open the state’s books to Rahm’s bean counters.
I’m starting to wonder if Rauner’s anger at the mayor is for real.
Who’s telling the truth: Mayor Rahm when he says he didn’t watch the McDonald video, or Governor Rauner when he says it made him cry?
While social service programs and education throughout the state get cut, Illinois governor Bruce Rauner forks over as much as $1.26 million in tax credits to poach ConAgra from Omaha.
Mayor Rahm fleeces the flock.
Just when you thought Mayor Rahm had killed the elected school board movement, along comes a proposed bill from state representative Robert Martwick that would bring it back.
Mayor Emanuel—like Governor Rauner and Scott Walker—have different attitudes when it comes to dealing with unions of teachers as opposed to police and firefighters.
Chicago’s three most powerful politicians—Rauner, Rahm, and Madigan—have said they support a bill that gives Chicago extra time to contribute $634 million to the Chicago teachers’ pension fund. Someone’s not being honest.
See it for yourself—Karen Lewis on Rauner the sociopath, Troy LaRaviere on the parasites at CPS, and other highlights from this week’s First Tuesdays show at the Hideout.
As we stagger toward the finish line of the mayoral election, Mayor Rahm brings in Magic Johnson to win over the undecided black vote.