Why, the plaintive tone in to-be-Senator Roland Burris‘ voice comes right off the page when you read of his November 2008 phone call to Governor Rod Blagojevich’s brother: “Tell Rod to keep me in mind for that seat, would ya?…. I know I could give
When Feron’s penny pinching pollution was discovered, he was arraigned on criminal charges, but instead of facing justice, Feron fled the country. It is believed that he is hiding out in Belgium.
The “reports” come in from all over the internet and the papers, day after day after day: Don Surber of the Charleston Daily Mail: Democrat Rahm Emanuel put his Chicago residency in the name of a charity to avoid property taxes… Phil Gremillion at The
Alan Augustson, who may be running as a Green Party candidate in the special election to succeed Rahm Emanuel, is asking Illinois liberals if they have finally had enough with the corrupt Democratic Party. Some excerpts from his long statement: With Governor Rod Blagojevich officially
One of the interesting things about designing t-shirts is trying to figure out which ones will be popular and which won’t. Nope, I’m still not good those predictions. I was pretty sure my Man Plus Woman Equals Thingy would be a wildly popular t-shirt zinging
To the tune of “They’re Always in the Way” (aka “Father’s Whiskers”): My name is Rodney Blago I head up Illinois I don’t mind all the power But the laws get me annoyed Oh, they’re always in the way And only chumps obey Those laws
Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich bribed me to not wear this t-shirt. But, you know, there are some things that money can’t buy.
Today, Illinois Congressman and DC power player Rahm Emanuel voted for the $700 Billion bailout bill. His Green Party challenger in the 5th District, Alan Augustson, has issued a statement this evening unconditionally condemning Emanuel’s vote: I wish to state for the record my extreme
The Pilgrim Baptist Church burned down in Chicago in 2006. That’s sad. But is it the responsibility of government in America to rebuild churches? It’s pretty clearly not. The first amendment to the United States Constitution declares that the government shall not establish religion, and