Message of the Day – Who You Gonna Call?

At the Old Capitol Art Fair the weekend before last in Springfield, we found a photographer who photoshops images into usually old photos. The one you see below of the Ghostbuster Pillsbury Dough Boy behind a state capitol caught my … Continue reading

Cartoon Gives Hint of IMRF Political Attack Potential

Last weekend our family was in Springfield attending the Old Capitol Art Fair. A local weekly called the Illinois Times is distributed for free throughout the area. What did I find inside but a cartoon aimed at Springfield Aldermen and … Continue reading

Mickey Schuch Leads IGOLD Parade


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McHenry County’s Mickey Schuch was the Parade Marshall in last week’s Illinois Gun Owners Lobby Day (IGOLD) march to the Illinois State Capitol in Springfield. Here is what Schuch wrote about what happened: ILLINOIS GUN OWNERS LOBBY DAY IGOLD 2016 … Continue reading

Peter Roskam Commentary on Former State Senate Colleague Barack Obama’s Speech

A press release from Congressman Peter Roskam: Roskam Statement on Former State Senate Colleague’s Homecoming Speech Washington, D.C. — Today, President and former state Senator Barack Obama returned to Springfield to address the Illinois legislature. U.S. Representative Peter J. Roskam … Continue reading

Corruption in the Dan Walker Administraton

My first public meeting was in the Algonquin Township Garage. It was about putting roads in the Silver Lakes, an unincorporated subdivision. I was in college (1960-65) and my father suggested I might find it of interest. Larry Lee was … Continue reading