First, it’s a Huntley School Board member saying that Tea Party participants are prone to toss Molotov cocktails at Federal buildings.
I thought only radical left wingers were trying to scare people away from events like the legislative forum being held by the new Huntley Tea Party next Monday night at the Park District’s Cosman Cultural Center.
Now what has appeared is private label Sheriff Keith Nygren wine bottles from Galena Cellars. You can see the entire article on McHenry County Sheriff’s Department Exposed, Zane Seipler’s blog.
White or red.
Grand Reserve White or Country Red.
Take your choice.
And, you will notice that there is a seven-pointed star.
On April 25, 2005, Citizens to Elect Sheriff Nygren bought $992.58 worth. It for “campaign gifts.”
The seven-pointed star on the label is the same one in the article below. The one linked to above shows on an endorsement letter for Nygren’s choice to eject McHenry County State’s Attorney Lou Bianchi from the office he held.
It’s the same seven-pointed star on the wall of the Sheriff’s Department at the entrance of the McHenry County Jail.
One question being raised by Seipler in his request that a special prosecutor be named to investigation whether Nygren is using tax dollars in his campaigns for public office is whether the seven-pointed star is the official star of the McHenry County Sheriff’s Department or his campaign star.
On his chest, Nygren wears a five-pointed star.
Sheriff Nygren is not the only one with a private label wine. We discovered that Eagle Ridge Resort has one, too.
Eagle Ridge Resort & Spa Merlo.
It’s bottled by Rutherford Wine Company in St. Helena, California.