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Will Chicago Elect A New Mayor?

This past Tuesday delivered a shock to TPTB in Chicago: Mayor Rahm Emmanuel has been forced into a runoff.

His opponent is Jesus ‘Chuy’ Garcia, who, if elected, would become Chicago’s First Latino Mayor. 1,334 more words



The liberal controllers and watchdogs are adamant against bulling when it comes to their own kind. Yet, it’s the way liberals govern. It’s how they get their way every time. 435 more words


Images of a Congressman – Danny Davis #2

This is part 2 on a series of images about Congressman Danny Davis. I have no political bias or opinion towards him. I find him to be very interesting character to photograph and a very engaging and articulate personality.


Images of a Congressman - Danny Davis

Last night as I covered elections for Chicago Public Radio, I was able to photograph congressman Danny Davis, this is probably the highest ranking public official that I have been able to freely photograph.


John Arena, the SEIU and what he has cost the 45th!

A little late in the game but I must say I am hugely amused by the amount of recycling material showing up in the mailbox paid for and sponsored by the SEIU in Arena’s behalf. 243 more words

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For some aldermen, city hall actions follow them on campaign trail

A recent tribune poll showed Chicago voters are still unsure about Rahm Emanuel’s performance as mayor – even though city council votes in his favor most of the time. 60 more words