Preckwinkle must set a tone that demands respect and equity for women and people of color, and supports rising, diverse leaders.
We have forgotten Washington’s pivotal lesson: That a city is far richer and stronger when all matter, when everyone participates.
Democrats, let the GOP angst. You’ll need to get down to a lot more strategic organizing and spadework to take the House in November.
The more of “us” are in, the more “we” split the vote.
J.B., you are the decisive Democratic nominee. Play your hand like a card shark, not a cuttlefish. Stand up and say that you don’t answer to Madigan.
Women “need to be at the table,” she told me recently over lunch. “Because we work better when we have more diverse voices.”
It is time to raise the bar for ethics in state government.
Gov. Bruce Rauner, an avid hunter, has been virtually silent on the urgent need to curb gun violence.
“We need to move to a system where we’re not incarcerating children. We know it doesn’t work.”
It’s time for a loud, transparent and very public conversation with Pritzker and his leading competitors.
They may be invisible in Trump Land, but not on the streets of Chicago. They stand idle on corners, listlessly ride the “L.”
Voters are angry about corruption and even more steamed about taxes
The Cook County Board’s recent repeal of the sweetened beverage tax was a mortal mistake.
We just missed out on one big fix — the chance to curb our extreme sugar consumption.