Bill Passes State Senate Mandates 8th Graders Must Have “Comprehensive Knowledge” of “Roles and Contributions of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender People”

Here’s a bill that has passed the Illinois Senate last week. Now it is sent to the House for consideration. Read what your State Senators saw, if they only read a summary of the bill: Amends the School Code. With … Continue reading

Ives May Have Found Tool to Beat Rauner

Mailboxes, radios and TV sets have been bombarded with extraordinarily misleading ads from Bruce Rauner about his opponent State Rep. Jeanne Ives. They have been effective. I know because Republican Precinct Committeemen and former Committeemen have indicated that they think … Continue reading

Roger Keats’ Book, “Chicago Confidential,” Jumps Out of Current News Stories

In the Epilogue of his new book “Chicago Confidential,” former State rep. and Senator Roger Keats says he has “changed the names to protect the guilty.” The book is an insider’s look at political corruption in Chicago and Illinois. If … Continue reading