Tags » Rahm Emanuel

Toni Preckwinkle: "Enforcing immigration laws is the federal government's responsibility"

https://dometi.files.wordpress.com/2017/03/dp-wrap-sanctuary-city.mp3 Dometi Pongo reports…

U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions is threatening to pull federal funds from sanctuary cities.

Attorney General Sessions accuses cities like New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles of harboring undocumented immigrants which, according to Sessions, threatens the safety of American citizens. 192 more words


CN March 16 2017

Does Illinois need tougher laws against “repeat gun offenders?” Most people might say yes, and certainly Mayor Emanuel and Police Supt. Johnson want them.

A couple of questions, however. 259 more words

Chicago Newsroom Past Shows

The Chicago History Museum


I love the Chicago History Museum at 1601 N. Clark Street, The Chicago History Museum stands at the crossroads of America’s past and its future. 443 more words


When Conservatives Salivate at the Thought of Use of Force

Over at The Weekly Standard, Irwin Stelzer is seriously making the argument that leftists (read: college students) are basically no better than the slavery-defending Confederates whose statues they want removed from campuses ( 688 more words


CN Feb 24 2015

One Chicago police officer fired sixteen shots into Laquan McDonald. Another created a humiliating “hunting scene” photo, with an arrested man posed to look like prey— with deer antlers attached to his head, and eyes rolled back as if he were dead. 735 more words

Chicago Newsroom Past Shows

To Win The House, Democrats Have To First Believe They Can

At the onset of the 2014 midterm cycle, Nancy Pelosi effectively wrote off Democrats retaking the majority.  In 2016, while Democrats were optimistic about the Trump effect they never fully believed in their own hype, 804 more words


Mark Hennessy's Covenant With Chicago

It’s never easy being homeless.

But for 2,000 or so young people, being homeless in Chicago is especially tough.

The city has experienced high rates of violence. 601 more words