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[20 Oct 2017 | No Comment | ]

A fundraising concert benefitting gubernatorial candidate Daniel Biss and running mate Litesa Wallace is set for Saturday in Rockford. Some of the social publicity around the event, however, didn’t quite align with Biss’ professorial disposition.
On Thursday, a performer with the Twitter handle @Rio_ballout, tweeted: “Slide 2 my 1st show if u rlly f$&# wimme it’s in the burbs so yea oh ya its for our next governor Daniel Biss.”
That Tweet, which included this poster was taken down hours later.

Read more at Illinois Playbook

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[26 Sep 2017 | No Comment | ]

The Feds said they won’t release his 302’s because there were lawyers involved. Gregory Craig was the attorney who wrote Obamas internal investigation report given to the Feds BEFORE Obama was interviewed. Soooooo the Feds knew it was filled with lies and misleading when they sat down with Obama for 2 hours. Now hindsight being 20/20 we now know that Fitzgerald went to work for Craig starting pay $3.5 million and that their own prosecutor witness contradicted this report.
The only media outlet to foia request the 302’s was Judicial Watch, …

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[7 Sep 2017 | No Comment | ]

“Are you an orthodox Catholic?” Durbin asks Barrett.
Religious tests for public office are unconstitutional. Durbin should immediately recuse himself from voting on this nomination. https://t.co/4evQwcp695
— John Podhoretz (@jpodhoretz) September 6, 2017

The No Religious Test Clause of the United States Constitution is a clause within Article VI, Section 3. By its plain terms, no federal office holder or employee can be required to adhere to or accept any particular religion or doctrine as a prerequisite to holding a federal office or a federal government job.



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[13 Aug 2017 | No Comment | ]

The International Union of Operating Engineers is hosting a Supermarket Bomber
Join the Rasmea Defense Committee for an evening of music, culture and struggle to honor Palestinian icon Rasmea Odeh. With keynote address by former political prisoner Angela Davis.
Buy your tickets today! Tickets are available online for $5 at bit.ly/Rasmea1. At the door, the tickets are $10.

H/T Legal Insurrection

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[1 Aug 2017 | No Comment | ]

Illinois Second District Democrat Congresswoman Robin Kelly employed Jamal Awan.    Jamal Awan was paid $58,321 by Kelly.

The Junior US Senator for Illinois, Tammy Duckworth employed Abid Awan.
The Awan family is charged with a variety of wire fraud offenses related to their work as IT staffers for House and Senate Democrats.

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[27 Jul 2017 | No Comment | ]

Some objections to the disastrous Chicago Democrat performance.

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[26 Jul 2017 | No Comment | ]

From Forbes
Illinois is broke and continues to flirt with junk bond status. But the state’s financial woes aren’t stopping 63,000 government employees from bringing home six-figure salaries and higher.

Whenever we open the books, Illinois is consistently one of the worst offenders. Recently, we found auto pound supervisors in Chicago making $144,453; nurses at state corrections earning up to $254,781; junior college presidents making $465,420; university doctors earning $1.6 million; and 84 small-town “managers” out-earning every U.S. governor.
Here are a few examples

20,295 teachers and school administrators – including superintendents Joyce …

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[20 Jul 2017 | No Comment | ]

From Oklahoma
The farmer and the cowman should be friends.
Oh, the farmer and the cowman should be friends.
One man likes to push a plough, the other likes to chase a cow,
But that’s no reason why they cain’t be friends.
Territory folks should stick together,
Territory folks should all be pals.
Cowboys dance with farmer’s daughters,
Farmers dance with the ranchers’ gals.

From Catholic World Report
The gist of an article by attorney and writer Timothy Lusch in the New Oxford Review. In “Dawah, Dislocation and the Hijacking of Catholic-Muslim Dialogue,” Lusch suggests that the USCCB’s Muslim partners are using the …

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[27 Jun 2017 | 2 Comments | ]

From Teamsters Local 727
Can the Tax Rally, June 27
June 19, 2017
Please save the date for the Can the Tax campaign’s rally to be held on Tuesday, June 27th, at the James R. Thompson Center’s outdoor plaza (100 W Randolph St.) from 10:30 AM – 11:15 AM. Attendees are asked to arrive no later than 10:15 AM.
The rally will bring together coalition partners to highlight the sizable amount of opposition to the beverage tax and call on the Cook County board to repeal the beverage tax before it negatively affects Cook …