Letters to the Editor
Gov. Bruce Rauner would rather do nothing than take even the smallest step in what might help remedy the gun problems our nation faces.
It’s not Martians or policemen who are responsible for the violence. It’s the community and its leaders.
As it stands, my two children are learning how to hide during lockdown drills at a Chicago daycare.
Legalizing pot isn’t pro-revenue, or even pro-marijuana. It’s pro-regulation.
We expect the Plan Commission, the City Council, and any other municipal agency to “get on board,” as Mayor Emanuel told them to do.
What is the end game for those who have been permanently stained for their betting habits?
Summer hasn’t even started, and we have already experienced a weekend during which 84 people were shot.
It seems another cause for public skepticism and intense congressional scrutiny.
In a project of this magnitude, there are never “simple solutions” and there are always added costs.
What shall be the long-term consequences of Trump’s self-imposed isolation?
There have been numerous occasions where myself and my father and mother have been almost hit by cars.
Giving City Hall or cops the right to dispatch drones to protests, parades or Pitchfork — without warrant – makes Red Squad tactics seem quaint.