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Carrigan attack against Jubeh is pure bullying

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Carrigan attack against Jubeh is pure bullying

Carrigan attack against Jubeh is pure bullying The vicious attack by Mike Carrigan, the president of the Illinois AFL-CIO, is a disgraceful example of bullying that demands that the union take some swift action. Carrigan should apologize. The political cheap shot is uncalled for, and it disgraces all of the proud union members who have…

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Kayrouz keynotes welcome speech for new U.S. citizens at Federal Immigration Ceremony

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Kayrouz keynotes welcome speech for new U.S. citizens at Federal Immigration Ceremony

Kayrouz keynotes welcome speech for new U.S. citizens at Federal Immigration Ceremony Prominent Michigan accident attorney Joumana Kayrouz told new U.S. citizens during a federal government swearing-in service held Friday morning in the City of Westland that American citizenship is an important key that can unlock their family dreams. The new citizens received their citizenship oath from…

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Gonzalez Pitches Chicago Heights’ Manufacturing Future to Students

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Gonzalez Pitches Chicago Heights’ Manufacturing Future to Students

Gonzalez Pitches Chicago Heights’ Manufacturing Future to Students Mayor says manufacturing is a priority for Chicago Heights because it is the economic engine that will propel growth and economic stability in the city. The average hourly manufacturing wage in Illinois is $30.92, according to the Illinois Manufacturers’ Association. By David Ormsby (Chicago Heights, IL) – While…

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Cable and subscription TV are cheating the consumer

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Cable and subscription TV are cheating the consumer

Cable and subscription TV are cheating the consumer We pay a lot for subscriptions to Hulu, Netflix and cable TV providers like Xfinity and DirecTV, so why can’t we get what we were promised? Access to great  basic programming and a commercial free experience? By Ray Hanania One of the appeals of subscription television is…

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The Primal Cut Steakhouse Restaurant review

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The Primal Cut Steakhouse Restaurant review

The Primal Cut Steakhouse Restaurant review There are a lot of great restaurants in the Chicagoland suburbs, but one of my favorites for steaks is The Primal Cut Steakhouse in Tinley Park. The steaks are always cooked perfectly and they are tasty. This is a must-visit place for steak lovers in Chicagoland’s suburbs By Ray…

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Hurricane aftermath worsened by political selfishness

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Hurricane aftermath worsened by political selfishness

Hurricane aftermath worsened by political selfishness The damage caused by a series of Hurricanes from Harvey to Maria to Mediterranean countries, several U.S. States, and two American territories, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Island, is bad enough without some do-nothing political opportunist like Congressman Luis Gutierrez trying to exploit it for his personal political benefit…

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The disgraceful conduct of American athletes

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The disgraceful conduct of American athletes

The disgraceful conduct of American athletes I don’t believe athletes who refuse to stand during the National Anthem are refusing on moral grounds. They’re selfish, unpatriotic. #NFLSOB Everyone should stand during the Pledge of Allegiance and for the National Anthem. And if they want to protest, do it someplace else. But most American athletes are…

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Cook County Beverage Tax Repeal Vote set for October 10

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Cook County Beverage Tax Repeal Vote set for October 10

Cook County Beverage Tax Repeal Vote set for October 10 A meeting of the Cook County Board’s Finance Committee has been called for Tuesday, October 10 at 10:00am to take up the ordinance to repeal the Cook County Sweetened Beverage Tax.  At the request of Cook County Commissioner Sean Morrison, the lead sponsor of the…

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Kennedy will respect Arabs, Muslims as Illinois governor

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Kennedy will respect Arabs, Muslims as Illinois governor

Kennedy will respect Arabs, Muslims as Illinois governor Illinois gubernatorial candidate Christopher Kennedy told a gathering of influential Arab and Muslim community activists Saturday that he would defend their rights as Americans and respect their cultural and religious identities. Kennedy said when his family immigrated to America, they faced the same racism and discrimination now…

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Preckwinkle allies push repeal vote to committee

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Preckwinkle allies push repeal vote to committee

Preckwinkle allies push repeal vote to committee Commissioner Sean Morrison’s Statement on Beverage Tax Repeal Ordinance. Vote on repeal set for October 10, 2017 as former New York Michael Bloomberg pours millions into advertising defending oppressive soda tax on suburban residents Chicago, IL – On August 9, I submitted the Beverage Tax repeal ordinance with…

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