While most of you were probably not paying attention, another Republican announced he was running for governor. That makes four. Or five if you count Mancow, who had talked about running. I don’t blame you for not paying attention to the Republican primary for governor—as the election’s not until June of 2022. Gubernatorial primaries used […]
I suppose it’s only appropriate that President Biden announced Mayor Rahm’s nomination as ambassador to Japan at roughly the same time as the Taliban took control of Afghanistan. The war in Afghanistan, like Rahm’s reign as mayor, has come to symbolize the deceit and treachery of leaders who claim they’re looking out for us when, […]
Something weird is going on when Joe Biden acts like Bernie Sanders.
Biden’s $2T infrastructure package would dramatically beef up funding for transit, vehicle electrification, and Amtrak.
And meet his bosses—corporations and the investor class.
It’s time to deplatform the right-wing Tribune columnist.
When politicians sell out to win, we all lose.
What a Reader contributor saw as a first-time election judge
He wrote this column Monday and said the winner would be . . .
She’s exactly the kind of judge corporate donors support.
Aaron Sorkin rewrites Chicago history to help beat Trump.
Channel that anxiety and put it to use, Democrats.
The fights are fake but the folks pulling the strings behind the scenes are real.
Learning to love the never-Trump crowd at the Lincoln Project
At times like this, it sort of helps to bash Donald Trump.