We should press our elected officials to find common solutions to save our planet.
We settled on the sweetened beverage tax as it both 1) provides the revenue we need, and 2) serves a clear public health benefit.
The one item that stands out is the lack of candor when it comes to the costs and who will be responsible when the bills come due.
First, we elected an irresponsible, unfit president on the lark who we wanted to “drain the swamp” and shake things up in Washington,
I think of all the Catholic schools that have been closing over the years, and I am sure this is the primary reason.
It was extremely unsetting to read about a habitat conservation area being supplanted and displaced by a greedy and materialist golf course scheme.
The community needs honest answers.
Not only do a lot of immigrants play very important roles for Chicago, but I believe immigrants are the least of the city’s worries.
In a city laying off teachers and not able to afford hiring more police, where is the money from the city’s dubious legal action coming from?
The Sun-Times missed the mark in its July 30 editorial about the South Shore and Jackson Park Golf Courses.