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[30 Jun 2012 | No Comment | ]

Here’s Mayor Emanuel in the Sun Times
“Programs like ThinkChicago are encouraging more students to stay and build in Chicago. We have a high density of amazing universities and students here who just need to be fostered properly to innovate and build the next big thing,” Gupta said.
“Last week, Mayor Emanuel forecasted that Chicago would be considered a start-up hub in three years. Thanks to programs like ThinkChicago and spaces like 1871, I fully agree with that prediction.”
Gupta’s company, Tabule, was incorporated this month with $25,000 in seed money from Catapult.
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The Wall Street Journal reports:Some conservatives see a silver lining in the ObamaCare ruling. But it’s exactly the big-government disaster it appears to be.

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The American Thinker

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[29 Jun 2012 | One Comment | ]

Step Two of our Four Steps to Recovery will happen sometime this week.
The wait for the Supreme Court to issue its decision on whether President Obama’s health care reform law is constitutional is almost over.
 

 
“Obamacare” is the president’s signature legislative achievement.  His legacy largely hinges on how the case is decided.  If the law is fully upheld and if the president wins re-election, the odds of fully implementing the law go way up.  In combination, these two events would codify the US’s move toward a cradle-to-grave social welfare state (emulating much of …

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[29 Jun 2012 | No Comment | ]

“It is not our job, to protect the people from the consequences of their political choices.” Chief Justice John RobertsThe SCOTUS ObamaCare Ruling ” allows use of federal funds to pay for elective abortions and for plans that cover such abortions, …

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[29 Jun 2012 | No Comment | ]

The Cook County Criminal Court Building is getting a new name today in honor of a judge who never even graduated from grade school.