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Kim Foxx passes on “foundation crimes” that lead to violence and murder

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Kim Foxx passes on “foundation crimes” that lead to violence and murder

Kim Foxx passes on “foundation crimes” that lead to violence and murder Foundation crimes are a part ad parcel of major crimes. If they are not addressed or confronted, or allowed to go unpunished, they lead to serious felonies and even murder. But sadly, that’s not how Cook County States Attorney Kim Foxx views her…

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Illinois Secretary of State Candidate, David Moore, Offers A Solution to Carjacking Crisis

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Illinois Secretary of State Candidate, David Moore, Offers A Solution to Carjacking Crisis

Illinois Secretary of State Candidate, David Moore, Offers A Solution to Carjacking Crisis Carjackings in Illinois are at an epidemic level. People are afraid in every part of the state. The number of carjackings in 2021 has exceeded 2020, leading the Illinois State Police to announce earlier this year that it’s partnering with federal and local…

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Arab Radio with veteran columnist Ray Hanania on Yemen and the Global Anti-Corruption Coalition

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Arab Radio with veteran columnist Ray Hanania on Yemen and the Global Anti-Corruption Coalition

Arab Radio with veteran columnist Ray Hanania on Yemen and the Global Anti-Corruption Coalition Find links to the audio podcast and video podcast of The Ray Hanania Radio Show. Listen and watch every Wednesday at 8 AM on WNZK AM 690 radio in Detroit and on WDMV AM 700 Radio in Washington D.C, and watch on…

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Orland Park drops from “Safest City” list while Orland Hills rises

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Orland Park drops from “Safest City” list while Orland Hills rises

Orland Park drops from “Safest City” list while Orland Hills rises Orland Park Mayor Keith Pekau tried to distract voters from the community’s rising crime rate by citing a real estate website which asserted that Orland Park was one of the “safest cities” in Illinois. But a recent survey by Safewise, which is considered more…

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No Whites allowed in Lightfoot’s Chicago

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No Whites allowed in Lightfoot’s Chicago

No Whites allowed in Lightfoot’s Chicago Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot is a real lightweight when it comes to Chicago mayors. She is not just afraid to take on tough issues and doesn’t know how to deal with Chicago’s out-of-control street gang gun violence, but she is a racist and only wants to do interviews with…

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Post Office rate hikes made after slow service and delays

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Post Office rate hikes made after slow service and delays

Post Office rate hikes made after slow service and delays With Commitment to Affordability and Financial Sustainability, U.S. Postal Service Proceeds with Request for Postal Rate Change Pricing actions part of balanced approach under “Delivering for America,” the Postal Service’s 10-year plan for achieving financial sustainability and service excellence Following rate changes, USPS prices to…

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Online forum hosted by Arab American Chamber of Commerce honors Tabares and Pappas

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Online forum hosted by Arab American Chamber of Commerce honors Tabares and Pappas

Online forum hosted by Arab American Chamber of Commerce honors Tabares and Pappas #AmericanArabChamberofCommerce forum May 27, 2021 with Cook County Treasurer Maria Pappas program to help Arab businesses; 23rd Ald Silvana Tabares, AACC Pres Hassan Nijem, House of #Hookah owner #RayidKhalil on saving 300 Arab American jobs. Click here to watch the video. The…

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2021 Orland Township Board Swearing-In Ceremony

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2021 Orland Township Board Swearing-In Ceremony

2021 Orland Township Board Swearing-In Ceremony Orland Township Swears-In New Board Members as Orland Township residents celebrate the installation of a stable, credible government leadership. Orland Township Supervisor Paul O’Grady is recognized as one of the premiere leaders for the Orland Park region, respected by elected officials at every level On Monday, May 17th, 2021…

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Understanding the conflict between Israel and Palestine

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Understanding the conflict between Israel and Palestine

Understanding the conflict between Israel and Palestine Most Americans don’t understand the truth of the conflict between Israel and Palestine. That’s ironic considering that most Americans are Christian and they don’t seem to care for the plight of Christians in the conflict at all. Christians are allied with Muslims and are being persecuted by Israel’s…

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Palos Township swears in new board

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Palos Township swears in new board

Palos Township swears in new board The Palos Township board swore in new members on Monday May 17, 2021, in a move to turn away from controversy and the ineffective and disruptive protestors who stymied much of the board’s efforts to support the community. The newly sworn-in officials included: Colleen Grant Schumann, Supervisor / Chairman…

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Arab American Hassan Nijem named by Maria Pappas as Deputy Treasurer community liaison

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Arab American Hassan Nijem named by Maria Pappas as Deputy Treasurer community liaison

Arab American Hassan Nijem named by Maria Pappas as Deputy Treasurer community liaison Cook County Treasurer Maria Pappas presents her new informational brochure in Arabic with community leaders on Sunday morning May 16 at Nikos Banquets. In expanding her ethnic and heritage reach out to the community, Pappas also named Nijem to serve as an Arab American…

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Right from the Middle: The Three dictators, Last time

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Right from the Middle: The Three dictators, Last time

Right from the Middle: The Three dictators, Last time The process of creating legislation has been undermined by personal political interests and a dictatorship of power that has corrupted the system that was originally envisioned by the Founding Fathers of America, former Congressman William O. Lipinski explains By William Lipinski and Brian Broeking We talked…

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