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.
As a cloud of controversy continues to hover over former Chicago Police Supt. Eddie Johnson, the city's Republican Party Chairman Chris Cleveland argues that no one is asking the most obvious question.
Republican Ammie Kessem, candidate in the March 2020 41st Ward Committeeman election, says she was not surprised by reports that former Cook County Assessor Joe Berrios is now under federal investigation.
All eyes will be on Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker at the start of the new session to see if the Democratic leader has any intention of making good on his pledge to bring fair electoral mapmaking to the state.
Illinois state Sen. Iris Martinez (D-Chicago) is demanding that Democratic Party Chairman Mike Madigan (D-Chicago) take responsibility, one way or the other, for the cloud of corruption hanging over the state legislature.
Chicago Guns Matter president and co-founder Rhonda Ezell questions whether Illinois state Rep. Curtis Tarver (D-Chicago) is the right man for the job he holds, considering his recent misdemeanor charge of illegal possession of a firearm.