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Sun-Times Editorial Board
If Republicans had a collective backbone, they’d derail Trump’s plan to build more family detention centers.
There’s good reason to scrutinize the nearly $1 billion CPS plans to spend next year to rehab schools and build new facilities.
We can only imagine how such allegations would lead to an outcry and demand for answers by the Republican establishment of just a few years ago.
Make no mistake, this surely looks like a deal done for right-wing political gain, not business advantage.
When an American president takes the world stage, the president should trumpet the ideals that make us who we are. Instead, Trump put us all at risk.
A fair and complete investigation is essential if Chicago is ever going to make headway on police reform.
Supporting a resolution to encourage breastfeeding should have been a no-brainer.
Sometimes, you have to step back to see that an important change in public policy actually has worked.
The MWRD, like so many other local governments of late, decided to cut a check — $95,000 from your property taxes — for work not to be done.
If there’s any group “infesting” America right now, it’s loudmouths and bigots, not immigrants and refugees, whatever our president might claim.
His murder, horrific as it was, galvanized African-Americans to step forward and claim their full rights as citizens in a then-segregated South.
If an ordinary person had dropped a gun there, we’re guessing they would have been handcuffed and arrested on the spot.