“It always starts out as a zoning fight, usually about parking, traffic and safety,” he observed, “but it’s really about the Muslims themselves.”
Lisa Madigan seemed to throw her father under the bus, and then the craftiest politician in Illinois deftly stepped aside and let her take the fall.
The call for national health care coverage dates back to the days of Theodore Roosevelt.
Why does law enforcement seem to throw its hands up in the air whenever consumers report a case of identity theft?
Hardly anyone talks about the rule of law when it comes to Wall Street executives and bankers responsible for the Great Recession.
In a world full of erratic madmen, a sensible half-wit might seem a wizard.
Off the record, people who support this school funding reform bill admit it lacks the money necessary to bring about substantive change.
Everyone who opposes government spending speak now or forever hold your peace
Downstate jails often have fewer resources to deal with the mentally ill than Cook County, which has become Illinois’ largest mental institution.
Voters want to hear they can pay less and get more because they believe the nation is terribly overtaxed.
I have no idea what Trump stands for or whether he means anything he says. I’m not even convinced the president always knows what he’s saying.
Since his election in 2014, Gov. Bruce Rauner has spent most of his time complaining like a working stiff in a neighborhood bar.
In the future, if there is a future, it seems to me we owe to the world and to our children, to say, “Yes, we did our very best.”
They call themselves the Problem Solvers Caucus and the goal is to work across party lines in Congress for the good of the country.
Poor children in Illinois get gimmicks, word games and double-talk from legislators, not a quality education.