You've undoubtedly heard quite a bit in the news recently about the recently-passed, controversial legislation known as the "Police Reform Bill." And, while the bill has its supporters, law enforcement agencies from across the state are in heavy opposition to it.
Yesterday, as I'm sure you noticed, the U.S. House of Representatives voted to impeach President Donald Trump on charges of "incitement of an insurrection." The final vote was 232-197, with 10 Republican House members voting to impeach.
With most of the world concentrating on getting through a global pandemic and keeping themselves and their families safe, sheltered, and fed, 2020's scam artists had other things in mind. Like ripping you off in a variety of ways.
16th District Congressman Adam Kinzinger has been making some news lately by openly disagreeing with President Trump on several issues, including the election, the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), and downsizing America's troop levels in Afghanistan.
On Election Day 2020, voters here in Illinois said "I don't think so" to the Fair or Progressive Tax that was heavily pushed by Governor Pritzker. So, where do we go from here to straighten out Illinois' financial problems?
This has been a tough week for Cubs fans. First, we get the news that Kyle Schwarber and Albert Almora have been shown the door (non-tendered, in baseball terms), now it's Len Kasper following close behind.