Years ago, Sears was robust enough to hire me, a young black man fresh out of college and the Army, and make me a copywriter on the company’s catalog.
Letters to the Editor
Dear Harold, I know you’ll never forget the dirty deeds Burke did to you during Council Wars.
Climate change should be a bridge, rather than a wedge issue.
I don’t want my tax dollars used for Trump’s worthless, ineffective wall, and I don’t want America to emulate the former East Germany.
We need people to be productive members of our communities, and remember that people are innocent until proven guilty.
Political disagreements may be causing this shutdown, but its effects will cause real harm to hard-working Chicagoans if a compromise is not reached.
Trump wouldn’t want to ask 800,000 people about making such a sacrifice because the majority would tell him he’s nuts.
Elected officials should be paid enough that they don’t need other employment, especially law practices that haul in fees for reducing property taxes.
Red-light and speed cameras are now a political piñata. Let’s hope the mayoral candidates don’t make a hasty decision to scrap them just to win votes.
The OIG received 1,520 complaints and opened investigations into only 270, or 17.8%. Yet every year when the OIG asks for more resources, CPS says no.
The next mayor would be very smart to retain the man who is at the head of the police department’s efforts to curb murders and shootings.
It is stunning to see so many Americans falling for the poison of government-controlled socialism and communism.
It’s possible that the positive effects of switching to EVs far outweigh whatever revenue the state would gain from taxing less than 1% of its cars.
There is simply no defense for the current state of affairs in the Catholic Church, which has failed to live up to its own precepts.
Conrad Gary and Eduardo Marmolejo went on the tracks to investigate gunshots and were killed by a train, all because of Brown’s recklessness.