Mayoral candidate Bill Daley’s proposed City Council cuts don’t sound so bad with aldermen talking like mobsters.
A second term by our current governor would feature more of the same thing: union bashing, budget slashing, school privatization, etc.
Looking back at the latest mayor Chicagoans have loved to hate.
If nothing else the mayoral race is full of experienced players equipped to speak some truth to Rahm.
Here’s hoping voters are too sophisticated to fall for the supposed discord over the protest that shut down the Dan Ryan.
Once again, the mayor is packing the ballot trying to kill a referendum—this one would knock him out of office.
To beat the Machine, you gotta be the Machine and other lessons for Toni Preckwinkle and the next generation of Democratic Party leaders.
Last night’s Democratic debate was another reminder that Illinois Dems spent the better part of the last ten years acting like Republicans.
As we head toward the primary, the Democrats find their inner FDR.
Also, Tinley Park police release a new image of the Lane Bryant shooting suspect ten years after the tragedy.
Also, Chicago’s private-sector job market is booming.
Also, the state senate plans public hearings on Illinois Veterans Home deaths.
The animosity between Illinois’s largest city and its smaller towns is almost as old as the state itself.
Also, the Democratic primary for Illinois attorney general is heating up.
Abortion bill HB 40, the union-busting Janus v. AFSCME case, and the Illinois governor’s unlikely coalition