Chris Cleveland says there is at least one thing he knows for certain in the contentious, often murky debate about a new law prohibiting landlords from turning away prospective tenants because of their criminal histories.
Matt Podgorski sees the passage of a law banning landlords in Cook County from delving into the criminal histories of prospective tenants as just the latest rights violation against the area's business owners.
The growing number of educators opting out of the Chicago Public Schools (CPS) teachers' union may be on the verge of accelerating with the help of the non-union Association of American Educators (AAE) organization.
Veteran Democratic Congressman Danny Davis is blasting the Trump administration's proposal to send waves of undocumented immigrants to so-called sanctuary cities such as Chicago, calling it “un-American.”
Illinois Republican Party Chairman Tim Schneider finds it difficult to seriously consider Gov. J.B. Pritzker's graduated income tax-hike proposal, given the source of the plan's own history of personal finance.
Democratic Socialists of America (DSA) leaders are targeting the offices of Democratic state Rep. Curtis Tarver (D-Chicago) for protest after he recently voted against removing the ban on rent control in Illinois.
The numbers may say one thing, but campaign representatives for Deborah A. Foster-Bonner did not exactly sound ready to concede her 6th Ward race to incumbent Ald. Roderick Sawyer in the immediate hours after all the votes had been counted.
The Heartland Institute's Lennie Jarratt is convinced that the only chance Chicago Public Schools (CPS) officials have of combating the system’s growing problem of student bullying lies in leaving more of the solution in the hands of the students and their parents.
The Jussie Smollett case keeps getting stranger by the minute, with word now circulating that Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx never formally recused herself from the case as has been widely reported.