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When we care more about politics than murder

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When we care more about politics than murder

When we care more about politics than murder A man murders his wife and gets a 17 year jail sentence, but is released after serving only 7 years. Another man is accused of using his politics to give himself a political advantage, and he ends up being sentenced to 14 years in prison. How terrible…

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Pelosi is going to ensure Trump’s re-election

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Pelosi is going to ensure Trump’s re-election

Pelosi is going to ensure Trump’s re-election President Donald Trump isn’t the greatest president and he has certainly embraced some controversial policies that have made him the focus of criticism from Democrats and the biased mainstream news media. But the more that Trump is attacked viciously and unfairly by the Democrats and the news media,…

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Have we become “consumer zombies”

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Have we become “consumer zombies”

Have we become “consumer zombies” Every year, we’re told that the technology that we purchased at a very expensive cost is no longer the best and has been replaced by something better, and usually more expensive. And we Americans just go along with the assertions and pay the costs only to find that pretty soon,…

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Presidential candidates have no idea what Americans need

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Presidential candidates have no idea what Americans need

Presidential candidates have no idea what Americans need Few of the Democrats hoping to become President really know what the real issues are that face voters. During their recent debate, they spent more time arguing over generic media-driven issues than not he issues that voters really care about. Here are some of the issues the…

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Lightfoot following in footsteps of “Machine” she loathes

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Lightfoot following in footsteps of “Machine” she loathes

Lightfoot following in footsteps of “Machine” she loathes Mayor Lori Lightfoot wants you to believe that she is a champion of justice and will fight to make Chicagoans safe, and end the “corruption” that has plagued her predecessors. But alas, Lightfoot is no different from many of the mayors who came before her. And her…

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Traveling on vacation used to be a lot of fun

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Traveling on vacation used to be a lot of fun

Traveling on vacation used to be a lot of fun The more our habits change as Americans, the more we are falling into an abyss controlled by the Chinese government and their financial grip on our spending habits and retail industry. The price to make it stop may be painful, but we have to do…

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Opinion: Federal judge tosses politically motivated lawsuit against Madigan

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Opinion: Federal judge tosses politically motivated lawsuit against Madigan

Opinion: Federal judge tosses politically motivated lawsuit against Madigan Federal Judge Matthew F. Kennelly dismisses controversial lawsuit against Illinois House Speaker Michael J. Madigan. Exclusive, the Des Plaines Valley News, The Regional News, The Reporter Newspaper, and the Southwest News-Herald. August 23, 2019 By Ray Hanania A politically motivated lawsuit (Case No. 16 C 7915)…

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School should be more than just an education

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School should be more than just an education

School should be more than just an education As my son readies for college, I reminisce about what it was like 50 years ago when I left homew to go to college. It was a different world then and a different world today By Ray Hanania My son Aaron leaves for college next week and…

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Is there a politics to mass shootings?

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Is there a politics to mass shootings?

Is there a politics to mass shootings? The mainstream news media covered the killings in Dayton, Ohio and El Paso, Texas far differently than the  news media covered the killings the same weekend in Chicago. Though the circumstances were different, with individual suspects involved in Dayton and El Paso and multiple suspects involved in multiple…

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Podcast: The Politics of Massacres, race in America and are we great?

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Podcast: The Politics of Massacres, race in America and are we great?

Podcast: The Politics of Massacres, race in America and are we great? Veteran columnist, author and former Chicago City Hall reporter Ray Hanania talks about three big issues in this episode of the “Ray Hanania on Politics” podcast. The first is the politics of Massacres. Why is there a difference in how the mainstream news…

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