In the category of things that I didn’t see coming . . . My preliminary favorite for this year’s biggest “do as I say, not as I do” hypocrite is […]
So there I am at my kitchen table, drinking my morning coffee and reading the latest column in the New York Times by Tom Friedman, who I disagree with more […]
Republican strategists think they can win over the Black vote by trashing Justice Jackson.
As one of the few people I know who has watched Impeachment, I’m still struggling to figure out why I’m so relatively alone in watching it. Obsessively watching it, I […]
In what was for me a dizzying overload of riches, Mayor Lightfoot delivered her budget speech at roughly the same time that Mayor Rahm’s financial disclosure statement went public. Hello, […]
Channel that anxiety and put it to use, Democrats.
Trump could teach Madigan and Burke a thing or two about corruption.
Tonika Johnson’s multimedia project expands with a new film.
What we’re reading, watching, listening to, etc., to pass the time.
Democrats and Republicans have their own reasons for looking the other way when Putin’s operatives hacked into the Illinois State Board of Elections’ computers.
To fend off accusations of bias, NYT columnist Bret Stephens plays the victim card.
Nervous Nelly Dems and trash-talking Republicans try to scare voters away from single-payer health care.
The ethical swirl around the op-ed by an anonymous White House official?
If you want to know why Bruce Rauner doesn’t know what to say about Donald Trump, consider the fallout from the president’s latest Twitter war juxtaposed with POTUS’s proposed capital […]
An interview with the Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, who discusses his Chicago origin story and more.