And some for progressives, too.
Far be it for me to give advice to the Republican Party, whose candidates I’ve not voted for since my Disco-dancing days back in the late `70s. But, Republicans, if you want to win an election or two in Illinois, you might want to find a new boogieman with whom to scare voters. Cause clearly […]
Also, a report says that undercover drug stings by a federal bureau unfairly targeted minorities.
Also, former CPD superintendent Garry McCarthy thinks releasing the Laquan McDonald video was a mistake.
Also, Senator Dick Durbin’s name surfaces again as a possible 2018 candidate for governor.
Mayoral resignations are rare in Chicago. That hasn’t deterred protesters and politicians looking to change the course of history.
Chicago’s three most powerful politicians—Rauner, Rahm, and Madigan—have said they support a bill that gives Chicago extra time to contribute $634 million to the Chicago teachers’ pension fund. Someone’s not being honest.