The Chicago Tribune columnist railed against the prosecution of Rolando Cruz when few others seemed to care.
Debating innocence and guilt in Chicago and Paris, Illinois
With a pardon at stake, two wrongful convictions in a double murder case get the reverse spin.
Can’t we elect better candidates? What’s wrong with us?
Bill Brady looks like he’s going to beat Pat Quinn. Which shouldn’t be a surprise.
Quinn, Hynes, Dillard, and Brady are still in limbo, but there were some winners and losers last night.
William Rentschler, former politician and columnist, dies
John Kass’s column on Jim Ryan reveals why he should’ve stayed away from the subject.
If elected, current Jim Ryan will prevent future Jim Ryans from being past Jim Ryans. And this time, he’s sorry, too. Well, sorta: “In the Cruz-Hernandez cases, prosecutors, detectives and police officers acted in good faith and still came up with the wrong result.” [Except for, you know, the ones that quit. They were right.] […]