Shakespeare, here paraphrased, said it best: “Methinks he did protest too much.”
The Illinois Municipal Electric Agency is of mounting concern in the community, and it seems clear that it is not getting the coverage it needs.
The reality is, climate change is the moral issue of our time, and I wonder if we will truly stand up and defend the amazing planet God created?
A comprehensive and speedy investigation of misconduct allegations against Michael Milkie are in Noble’s best interest.
Why wasn’t there a social worker or counselor to talk with this student? Because Chicago prioritizes funding for police over social workers.
HIV and TB treatments aren’t reaching everyone who needs them and progress on tackling malaria has stalled.
I am concerned about the impact of commercializing recreational marijuana in Illinois.
Gender affirmation/confirmation surgery is a medically necessary, life-changing treatment for many transgender and gender diverse people.
Hoping to win by default in 2020 isn’t an option for the Democrats. No one can embarrass Trump from office.
It will be interesting to see if Mayor–elect Lightfoot breaks the code of silence surrounding the role gangs play in the violence impacting Chicago.
We cannot ignore the role the changing climate is playing in this migration.
Kim Foxx was elected for one reason only: She wasn’t Anita Alvarez. The people of Cook County deserves answers about Jussie Smollett.
Higher electric rates create significant challenges for all consumers, from older residents on fixed incomes to small and large businesses.
Our elected officials must protect the Affordable Care Act and its coverage of preexisting conditions. This is a life or death issue, not politics.
Lori Lightfoot’s election brings hope for ethics reform, economic development and getting rid of entrenched “machine” politics.