Wanna spend a half-hour talking about the Illinois budget mess and the neutron-bomb that is the Illinois pension situation? No? Who could blame you?
But this conversation’s a little different, because it’s with a guy who was there. 5,260 more words
I seriously cannot believe the gall of these people.
This is not an exact figure but I think the last few days represent roughly the 10,000th time in the last two years that the CTA has threatened a “Doomsday” scenario without the aid of some immediate cash. 469 more words
by Adam Kredo
May 15, 2015
AIPAC did not support bill
A milestone bill meant to combat international boycotts of Israel cleared a major procedural hurdle in the Illinois House this week, paving the way for the state to become among the first to divest funds from any company supporting the anti-Israel Boycott, Sanctions, and Divestment (BDS) movement. 87 more words
I will be quite honest I didn’t give to much of an ear to the “new” Governor of Illinois . I am already feeling a little dismayed when the poor is still struggling and he is pulling the plug on many programs that will send the State of Illinois into more tail spin. 484 more words
Thank you to departing Illinois Governor Pat Quinn for doing the almost right thing. If you remember SaySomethinL.A. posted about this case last year. Howard Morgan was a detective assigned to the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad. 215 more words
Indecision and incompetence rampant as exiting Governor Pat Quinn goes full coward and does nothing but pass the buck.
Documents released Monday by the Rauner administration indicate the medical marijuana program was rocked by indecision during Pat Quinn’s final days, with officials alternately deciding to grant at least some of the licenses, or send the entire program unfinished to their successor. 626 more words
Bill and Wendy talk about having accidents in class, technology, a potential romantic situation Bill was involved in, medical marijuana, and more.