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[15 Apr 2019 | No Comment | ]

Valerie Jarrett, a top adviser to former President Barack Obama, published a book that ranks dismally on Amazon and at Barnes and Noble, but was placed on The New York Times Best Seller list.
Anomalies around the book’s sales figures in industry databases have some in the book business questioning whether Jarrett, who’s rumored to have received a million-dollar-plus advance, paid a company to game the numbers.

Her book, which was published April 2, is number 1,030 on Amazon’s list of top sellers and has only three reviews on the site. It …

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[11 Apr 2019 | No Comment | ]

Here is the link to the full text of the Indictment of Greg Craig, former counsel to the Obama Administration

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[11 Apr 2019 | No Comment | ]

Lori Lightfoot’s overwhelming Chicago mayoral victory and the recent rise to prominence of Mayor Pete Buttigieg as a presidential candidate has set me thinking that we may be in the midst of a new era for gay politicians–and yes, a gay president could be elected.

   I’m not predicting it yet, and this is not an endorsement of Buttigieg, but an appraisal as I made earlier  of Kirsten Gillibrand–and will make of others in weeks and months to come. However, it is quite possible that being LGBTQ+ may no longer be …

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[11 Apr 2019 | No Comment | ]

* Tribune editorial…
On pensions, Lightfoot does not support changing the Illinois Constitution’s pension clause to ease benefit mandates that are straining all levels of government. We hope to change her mind on that.
They’re gonna be sorely disappointed by today’s news.
* Here’s Mayor-elect Lightfoot today during her address to the Illinois Senate…
I grew up in a […]

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[11 Apr 2019 | No Comment | ]

.@YouTube has RESTRICTED our video of @RealCandaceO‘s testimony before the House Judiciary Committee.

Currently, over 100 PragerU videos have been placed on restricted mode.

What is Youtube afraid of? https://t.co/ZV1Hu2moHU

— PragerU (@prageru) April 11, 2019

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[11 Apr 2019 | No Comment | ]

November 3 2008: Barack Obama Elected President
November 3, 2008: Tom Balanoff negotiates sale of Senate seat with Rod Blagojevich
Blagojevich met with a labor union official who said he was in contact with Obama and had suggested his adviser Valerie Jarrett be appointed to the Senate seat.
December 1, 2008: Obama meets Blagojevich in Philadelphia
 

 
December 8, 2008: Emanuel called Blagojevich Chief of Staff John Harris again and later told the FBI that Obama said on Dec. 7 that he was concerned about Senate Candidate D being appointed. Someone from the Tribune tells Blagojevich that the …

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[11 Apr 2019 | No Comment | ]

Obama’s top White House lawyer was just indicted by a federal grand jury for lying about his lobbying and media leaks on behalf of foreign governments. https://t.co/Qrc8GOtPN0 pic.twitter.com/Fl7tVJG725

— Sean Davis (@seanmdav) April 11, 2019

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[11 Apr 2019 | No Comment | ]

* Illinois News Network…
There’s already a ban on private criminal detention operations in Illinois, but a state representative wants to go a step further to prohibit private civil detention facilities as well.
The Dwight Village Board last month approved an agreement with a private provider for a 1,200-bed facility for Immigration and Customs Enforcement detainees.

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[11 Apr 2019 | No Comment | ]

Karl Marx was a racist. Your local tenured socialist professor probably will not tell you this but , he was. Nathaniel Weyl’s book is commanding some hefty prices in the used book market. The 1979 classic book, might make reading anything by Karl Marx …

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[11 Apr 2019 | No Comment | ]

* First we were told the governor’s budget would short the pension funds by “about $800 million a year” for seven years. Then we found out it was closer to $900 million. But Amanda Kass has crunched the numbers and determined that next fiscal year’s shorting alone will be $1.1 billion…
The State of […]