Senate Override of Rauner’s Veto Might Put Franks on Spot

Between now and next week State Rep. Jack Franks might be nervous. The Illinois Senate has overridden Governor Bruce Rauner’s veto of the bill requested by AFSCME, the union representing most state employees, which would mandate arbitration. Assuming no Republican … Continue reading

Jack Franks Vote Dips from 64% to 59% in Campaign with Steve Reick

Just got around to reading the Northwest Herald’s takes on the election. The most interesting tidbit was Democratic Party Jack Franks’ comment: “I think people would be happy with a [nearly] 20-point win.” Note that reporter Emily Coleman added the … Continue reading

Lou Bianchi’s Case against Those Who Persecuted Him – Part 3

Here is the third installment of the posting of attorney Terry Ekl’s First Amended Complaint against Special Prosecutors Henry Tonigan, his assistant Thomas McQueen, Quest Consultants International, et al.  Here are Part 1 and Part 2. Tonigan settled with Bianchi, … Continue reading

McHenry County State’s Attorney Lou Bianchi, et al, Sue Special Prosecutors Tonigan & McQueen, plus Quest Consultants, et al, Plus “Unknown Conspirators”

The suit that had been virtually promised by McHenry County State Lou Bianchi during the two trials brought by Special Prosecutors Henry Tonigan and Thomas McQueen has been filed in Federal Court. It outlines fifteen counts, which I’ll wade through … Continue reading