Illinois Dems and Cary School Distrct 26 Analogy. It’s Really No “Misunderstanding.”

Illinois Democrats run the White House and Federal government. From President Obama to David Axelrod to Rahm Emanuel, they are in control. My list doesn’t include lesser known Valerie Jarrett and higher profile Arne Duncan, Secretary of Education and former … Continue reading

“You Didn’t Kiss Our Feet, So, So Sorry, We’re Keeping the $4.3 Million We Never Had”

In lawyer-like language what I have written above is pretty much what the Soar to Higher—finally a legally register—Foundation wrote Cary Grade School District 26. Well, most of it. There is a little ridicule. More to follow. And, by the … Continue reading

“Show Me the Money!” Not

Well, glory be. Former School Board President and current spouse of school board member and front man for the Soar to Higher Heights Foundation David Ruelle now admits to the Daily Herald that none of the promised $4.3 million is … Continue reading

Soar to Higher Heights Foundation Doesn’t Show Cary Grade School District 26 Any Money

Would you irreversibly agree to spend over 4 million dollars and in return people might show you they have $4 million that could pay for such spending? I believe this is what is called a “Fool’s Proposal.” You give and … Continue reading

Attorney General’s Office “Reaching Out” to Soar to Higher Heights Foundation Officially Formed

The Soar to Higher Heights Foundation is being contacted by the Charitable Trusts Division of the Illinois Attorney General’s Office, according to press officer Robyn Ziegler. McHenry County Blog checked last week as to whether the foundation had registered with … Continue reading

What Wasn’t in the Local Papers About Cary 26 Grade School’s “Windfall”?

It is always interesting to see how the journalists and editors in the local newspapers describe something and then compare such descriptions with source documents. Here’s how the people who made their proposal to the Cary 26 school board described … Continue reading

What the Cary Soar to Higher Heights Foundation Handed Out

The group calling itself “Soar to Higher Heights Foundation,” which admits that it not yet a real foundation, issued the following at the Cary District 26 Grade School meeting earlier this week. Any of the images can be enlarged by … Continue reading