The canard about race being the cause of Miss Foxx’s problems is getting old, especially since Chicagoans just elected a black lesbian as our next may
Law enforcement critics, mostly white men, say she’s soft on criminals and an enemy of the police. The grandstanders yearn to return to the old ways.
As the 17 try to take each other down, they will offer Trump potent, irresistible ammunition.
They won’t even look each other at debates and forums. Each accuses the other of scurrilous deeds and evil associations.
Chicago is in dire need of better officer training that might have saved the life of Laquan McDonald.
Wilson is a Southern-born businessman and devout product of the socially conservative black church. Yet he has heartily embraced Lightfoot, a lesbian.
Sexism in the black community is a quiet, yet venomous threat. Too many men cannot abide a woman who achieves.
I wish Eddie Johnson had taken that podium to announce his detectives were tracking down more of the murderers and thugs who terrorize our city.
Daley 3 is the candidate of the big boys who run and own Chicago. Those big boys are terrified of losing power to progressives and people of color.
Last week’s dump of Joe Ricketts’ emails exposed a fertile fault line in the feud between the Ricketts family and Ald. Tom Tunney.
Will the political arm of the state’s largest LGBTQ civil rights group embrace one of their own? Or punt?
Reproductive rights is emerging as an issue in the mayoral race. Will women voters hold candidates’ feet to the fire?
U.S. Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa) is being shunned by his fellow Republicans over an interview in which he appeared to defend white nationalism.
Plenty of choices. Plenty of ways to split the base.