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Challenge to Congressman Bobby Rush fueled by uplifting story

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Challenge to Congressman Bobby Rush fueled by uplifting story

Challenge to Congressman Bobby Rush fueled by uplifting story A woman who was jailed for nonviolent prescription drug offenses years ago after being seriously injured when hit by a drunk driver, is challenging Congressman Bobby Rush in the March 17 Illinois Democratic Primary election for Congress in the 1st District. By Ray Hanania A woman who was…

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Marie Newman launches very effective TV Ad Campaign

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Marie Newman launches very effective TV Ad Campaign

Marie Newman launches very effective TV Ad Campaign Marie Newman’s TV Ad campaign resonates with voters in Chicagoland’s 3rd Congressional District battle. Newman is facing-off with incumbent Dan Lipinski, who lacks the personal-touch personality that would normally save an incumbent from the election threats he faces every time he runs. Newman’s TV Ad resonates with…

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Disturbing use of racism to defend Kim Foxx in Smollett Fiasco

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Disturbing use of racism to defend Kim Foxx in Smollett Fiasco

Disturbing use of racism to defend Kim Foxx in Smollett fiasco A special Prosecutor has determined that charges should be restored against Jussie Smollett who allegedly faked up a racist homophobic assault in order to build sympathy to bolster his sagging career. Smollett was given a pass when Cook County States Attorney Kim “The Fixx” Foxx…

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Iowa caucus disaster smells like another effort to get Sanders

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Iowa caucus disaster smells like another effort to get Sanders

Iowa caucus disaster smells like another effort to get Sanders The Iowa Caucus debacle and the long delays in tabulating the final winners and losers has thrown the Democratic process in to a loop giving one apparent loser, Joe Biden, some wiggle room to avoid the negative publicity with his running only 4th — a…

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Does the Super Bowl represent our American Dream anymore?

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Does the Super Bowl represent our American Dream anymore?

Does the Super Bowl represent our American Dream anymore? When the Super Bowl first began in 1967, it was a wholesome iconic role model for young men and women. Today it’s driven by greed, and the real focus isn’t on athletic competition of sports, but rather it is on profit and advertising. And some of…

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The growing problem of cable TV

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The growing problem of cable TV

The growing problem of cable TV Cable TV has lied to us and it is slowly strangling the American public, all for profit. We were told Cable Tv would be Ad Free. It’s not. We were told we would pay one fee for Cable TV and receive all of the programs. It’s not. The lies…

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