Nearly half of Chicago police employees applied for exemptions to the COVID-19 vaccine.
State Senator Martwick must be doing something right if John Catanzara and Mayor Lightfoot dislike him so much.
Having spent the better part of the last week closely following the showdown between CPS and its teachers, I’ve concluded there’s no way Mayor Lightfoot truly believes the positions she’s been taking. Not unless the mayor—who ran as a progressive—has suddenly transformed into a Chicago version of Ron DeSantis, ’cause the stuff she’s been spouting […]
I was fired up to excoriate Mayor Lightfoot for her recent “fuckton” comments, when . . . John Catanzara released a video of himself holding a sign that read: “John Catanzara for mayor 2023.” And immediately I was overwhelmed with an urge to excoriate him. As Johnny C has come to Lightfoot’s rescue with his […]
Having been exposed to the wit and wisdom of John Catanzara for a couple of years, I’ve reached a rather obvious conclusion about the president of the local Fraternal Order of Police. It would be better off for everybody—Catanzara included—if he just hurried up and moved to Florida, where he’ll probably be living soon enough, […]
John Catanzara’s “apology” is classic MAGA—deflection, projection, and media bashing.
Trump’s MAGA and other tales of the last week’s election
Two bills introduced in the state legislature are “a smack in the face,” says one torture survivor.
As always, free speech is a one-way street for the Trump crowd.
Police unions were born of resistance to discipline for brutality. Do they belong in the labor movement?
Alderman Ariel Reboyras’s two proposals were decried as toothless at the last of five community meetings on proposed police reform ordinances.