And some for progressives, too.
Ben Joravsky offers predictions for the 2018 midterm elections—including those for both houses of Congress.
One claims to be the victory of a vast left-wing conspiracy originating with the Clinton, the other to be a centrist despite his anti-union agenda.
Those worried about what might happen to the Dems without the boss on top can look to California for inspiration.
OK, we’re as bad as Republicans who discount strikes against Trump, but Rauner proved he didn’t deserve reelection almost from the day he was sworn in.
Tidying things up at the end of year, Dan issues two DTMFAs, explains why a man might not want to French-kiss the mouth that just blew him, and more.
A “sporty” Italian really wants to know. Plus: better dick pics, and more
The mayor and the governor made up long enough to hand out tax breaks to donors.
The private scholarship tax credit deal “saves” the schools by bankrupting them and forces Chicago to raise its property taxes to fund education.
Downstate Democrat Bob Daiber says he can deliver the kind of voters that his wealthier and more recognizable opponents can’t.
The newly announced candidate conjures up the 1972 primary—the last time a Democrat running for governor dared criticize the machine.
Obamacare isn’t perfect—it’s less desirable than a single-payer system—but it’s not as awful as the GOP’s health-care proposal.
The city continues to pursue policies that advance inequity.
While liberals have focused on who can poop in which toilet, the economic shit continues to trickle down on the poor and working class.
Months of noisy, bitter debate over the proposed Iran deal has resulted in greater public ignorance on the issue, according to a Pew report.