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Kodatt selected to succeed Madigan by 22nd District community leaders

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Kodatt selected to succeed Madigan by 22nd District community leaders

Kodatt selected to succeed Madigan by 22nd District community leaders Leaders of the 22nd Illinois House District voted to name longtime district resident Edward Kodatt as the successor to fill the seat held since 1971 by Illinois House Speaker Michael J. Madigan. The vote reflects the will of the district’s voters and community leaders and…

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Mike Madigan does get to select his successor

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Mike Madigan does get to select his successor

Mike Madigan does get to select his successor The decision on who should succeed #MichaelJMadigan in the #22ndDistrict belongs to the voters, not to the news media media pundits nor to the loudmouthed revolutionaries and activists. The right way to fill the vacancy when Madigan resigned from the Illinois House is to allow the #Democrat…

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Trump’s acquittal exposes the hypocrisy of the Far Left

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Trump’s acquittal exposes the hypocrisy of the Far Left

Trump’s acquittal exposes the hypocrisy of the Far Left The lack of evidence, not cowardly Republicans, brought down the Democrat insurrection of impeachment conviction against Donald Trump. There was less evidence to prove President Trump pushed his followers to violence than evidence that exists that Democrats screaming for Trump impeachment goaded BLM protestors to violence…

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Slight slowdown in COVID-19 cases in Orland Park

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Slight slowdown in COVID-19 cases in Orland Park

Slight slowdown in COVID-19 cases in Orland Park Coronavirus COVID-19 continues its threatening levels in Orland Park, which has become the symbol of the anti-face mask movement because of the failed leadership of the Village’s administration. These statistics reflect all of the cases in Orland Park, as opposed to the partial and incomplete statistics that…

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Should you wear two face masks or one in confronting COVID-19?

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Should you wear two face masks or one in confronting COVID-19?

Should you wear two face masks or one in confronting COVID-19? The debate over COVID-19 has shifted yet again, this time to whether people should wear one face mask or two. I think it misses the point By Ray Hanania The latest debate is whether or not people should wear two face masks rather than…

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Pekau uses Orland Village Board to put politics over people

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Pekau uses Orland Village Board to put politics over people

Pekau uses Orland Village Board to put politics over people Opinion columnist Ray Hanania examines the stark differences between Orland Park Mayor Keith Pekau and former Mayor Dan McLaughlin in this analysis. Pekau cares about politics. McLaughlin cares about people. No politician is perfect but Pekau is on the furthest extreme. Pekau has turned taxpayer-funded…

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Cook County sets new murder record and Foxx is to blame

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Cook County sets new murder record and Foxx is to blame

Cook County sets new murder record and Foxx is to blame Cook County States Attorney Kim Foxx has set a lower threshold for fighting crime, creating an environment that encourages criminals in Cook County to believe that if they commit crimes here they will have an easier fight if caught. Since criminals only get caught…

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Media hypocrisy in their coverage of DC Protests versus BLM protests

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Media hypocrisy in their coverage of DC Protests versus BLM protests

Media hypocrisy in their coverage of DC Protests versus BLM protests Ray Hanania tears into the hypocrisy of the mainstream news media which is playing politics with the DC protests in his podcast, “Ray Hanania on Politics.” Click this link to listen to the podcast or use the widget below to play it on this…

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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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Reckoning over media’s biased coverage of Trump is due

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Reckoning over media’s biased coverage of Trump is due

Reckoning over media’s biased coverage of Trump is due Whether you supported or opposed President Trump or President-elect Joe Biden is irrelevant to the problems that this country faced int he recent elections. The real challenge was the failure of the mainstream news media is maintain is professionalism and to denigrate into a partisan organization…

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Village of Orland Park votes down law requiring the wearing of face masks

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Village of Orland Park votes down law requiring the wearing of face masks

Village of Orland Park votes down law requiring the wearing of face masks Members of the Orland Park Village Board debated an ordinance that would require residents to wear face masks when in public locations, following the leads of similar ordinances adopted by New Lenox and Tinley Park, but voted 4 to 3 to reject…

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How Facebook, Twitter and Zoom censor free speech on Live Radio

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How Facebook, Twitter and Zoom censor free speech on Live Radio

How Facebook, Twitter and Zoom censor free speech on Live Radio Alice Speri, a writer with The Intercept, will join radio host Ray Hanania on Friday December 11, 2020 at 8 AM EST on “The Ray Hanania Show” on WNZK AM 690 Radio in Detroit to discuss rising censorship on Social Media platforms like Facebook…

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