Archive For The “Police” Category

McLaughlin slams bill that undermines police

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McLaughlin slams bill that undermines police

McLaughlin slams bill that undermines police Former Orland Park Mayor Dan McLaughlin, who is seeking re-election in April to replace beleaguered Mayor Keith Pekau, slammed a bill recently passed that would undermine the rights of police. As Orland Park’s Mayor, McLaughlin was always a strong proponent of supporting a strong police force and hired Tim…

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The courage of standing up for our Police

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The courage of standing up for our Police

The courage of standing up for our Police A student athlete at the University of Illinois stood tall and proud recently while all of her teammates and coaches took a knee during the singing of the National Anthem. That student, who I know but won’t identify, has true courage and is the symbol of what…

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CBS’ Gayle King should be fired and vicious murderers should be put to death

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CBS’ Gayle King should be fired and vicious murderers should be put to death

CBS’ Gayle King should be fired and vicious murderers should be put to death By Ray Hanania It’s very upsetting to watch CBS TV’s Gayle King plead for the life of Brandon Bernard who is to be executed today for the 1999 murder of Todd and Stacie Bagley, a married couple in their mid-20s. King…

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“Black Friday” and the racism of racism

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“Black Friday” and the racism of racism

“Black Friday” and the racism of racism Imagine the cries of racism if a “White” Mayor had said that he or she planned to organize a day to promote and help “White owned businesses” survive in today’s economy. But you don’t have to imagine that a Black Mayor, Chicago’s Mayor Lori Lightfoot, would organize a…

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Former Jerling teacher sentenced to probation for sexually assaulting two students

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Former Jerling teacher sentenced to probation for sexually assaulting two students

Former Jerling teacher sentenced to probation for sexually assaulting two students After delays of more than a decade, a Jerling Junior High school basketball coach accused of sexually molesting two female students was finally sentenced on Thursday. The two victims, who were 13 when the sexual harassment began in 2008, decided to accept a plea…

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US Justice Department convicts Indian-based IRS scammer

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US Justice Department convicts Indian-based IRS scammer

US Justice Department convicts Indian-based IRS scammer Owner and Operator of India-Based Call Centers Sentenced to Prison for Scamming U.S. Victims out of Millions of Dollars. An Indian national was sentenced today to 20 years in prison followed by three years of supervised release in the Southern District of Texas for his role in operating…

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Suspect in Bridgeview car and child theft arrested, charged and to appear in bond court this morning

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Suspect in Bridgeview car and child theft arrested, charged and to appear in bond court this morning

Suspect in Bridgeview car and child theft arrested, charged and to appear in bond court this morning Bridgeview Police filed multiple charges against Rudy Gutierrez, 28, in the theft of a vehicle and four-year-old child Liam Barbarasa on Monday evening around 5:35 PM from in front of a 7-Eleven at 79th and Roberts Road. Barbarasa was…

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How criminals become heroes in today’s screwed-up world

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How criminals become heroes in today’s screwed-up world

How criminals become heroes in today’s screwed-up world The biased mainstream news media is failing at its job to report facts. Instead of reporting facts, they are reporting half truths, and politically partisan opinions. The case of the shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha, Wisconsin is a good example of how only part of the…

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Marie Newman will strive to bring activists and police together

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Marie Newman will strive to bring activists and police together

Marie Newman will strive to bring activists and police together Marie Newman, who ousted Congressman Dan Lipinski from office in the Democratic Primary election last March, told a rally hosted by Arab Americans Friday that she will strive to bring police and activists together for the benefit of the community and to fight racism of all…

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Orland Park COVID-19 cases doubled in past 60 days

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Orland Park COVID-19 cases doubled in past 60 days

Opinion: Orland Park COVID-19 cases doubled in past 60 days Orland Park Mayor Keith Pekau is nurturing an environment which is dismissing the threat of the Coronavirus COVID-19 and reports from the Illinois Department of Public Health. Pekau, who apparently has a resistance to wearing a face mask, has argued that the rise in COVID-19…

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Federal charges filed against 74 in Portland protest violence

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Federal charges filed against 74 in Portland protest violence

Federal charges filed against 74 in Portland protest violence 74 suspects charged with Federal crimes committed during Portland Black Lives Matter protests, looting, arson and physical assault by the U.S. Justice Department Charges include assaulting federal officers, arson, failing to obey lawful orders, and damaging federal property U.S. Attorney Billy J. Williams announced today that…

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Foreign scammers rely on your neighbors to harass you

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Foreign scammers rely on your neighbors to harass you

Foreign scammers rely on your neighbors to harass you U.S. Attorney General William Barr should resign from office for failing to defend the rights of scam victims. Barr approved a “consent decree” that let off the hook Americans who helped foreign criminals scam hundreds of millions of dollars from elderly Americans through false IRS telephone…

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