Chicago Republican Party Chairman Chris Cleveland sees nothing out of character about the way longtime House Speaker Mike Madigan (D-Chicago) is handling the ongoing sexual assault investigation involving McHenry County Board chairman and former state representative Jack Franks (R-Marengo).
Republican Chairman of the Cook County Board of Commissioners Sean Morrison is sounding the alarm about the progressive income-tax system that Gov. J.B. Pritzker has been pushing to replace the state's current flat income-tax rate.
Republican political strategist Chris Robling knows there is a method to Gov. J.B. Pritzker's and Illinois Democrats' madness in their pushing for a progressive income-tax system to replace the current flat-tax structure.
Chicagoan David Krupa, a former candidate for 13th Ward Alderman, argues that no Illinois taxpayer will be safe from the abuses of the progressive tax system being championed by Gov. J.B. Pritzker and the state's Democratic leadership.
Chicago Republican Party Chairman Chris Cleveland quakes at the thought of voters passing a constitutional amendment appearing on the ballot in November that would replace the current flat income-tax rate in Illinois in favor of the progressive or graduated system being pushed by Gov. J.B. Pritzker and Democratic leaders.
Although he now finds himself embroiled in the latest scandal involving Illinois House Speaker Mike Madigan (D-Chicago), a former state worker's silence is expected to pay huge dividends in the years ahead.
Illinois Republican Party Chairman Tim Schneider is demanding that a state-run program that automatically registers voters be immediately suspended amid reports that non-citizens were certified and cast votes in 2018.
Former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon spent at least part of his segment as Steve Cortes’ first official guest on his new AM 560 Radio show reminding the host that he may have actually missed his first calling.
Cook County Board Commissioner and GOP Chair Sean Morrison argues that all the new taxes and fee increases that went into effect in Chicago on Jan. 1 provide a glaring example of what is wrong throughout Illinois state government.
Northwest Side GOP Vice President and 41st Ward Committeeman candidate Ammie Kessem is convinced that the tax and fee increases to take effect this week in Cook County will lead more Illinois residents to accepting an even harder reality.
Chicago officials are moving to sell off billions of dollars in bonds, which, according to Wirepoints President Ted Dabrowski, is an appropriately desperate move designed to buy the city some time to come up with a more sustainable solution to its economic crisis.