Sunday, December 21, 2014

This is leadership?

Our extreme liberal leaders should be acknowledged for their role inciting all these attacks on the police. Sad to say, there is more to come. 

It is time for the public to hold those bastards accountable. 

More Real Estate Rackets

Government fuels next housing collapse with unstable mortgages

Nobody wants to return to the kind of risky home loans that spurred 2008’s banking collapse. Sliding back toward lax lending would be nuts.
Yet Washington officially endorsed such loans this month.
Federally controlled mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac announced they’ll back loans to low-income Americans who put just 3% down, even though such loans have a high default rate.
The risky mortgage program has the blessing of Federal Housing Finance Agency chief Mel Watt, the

Saturday, December 20, 2014

The Tale of the Roving Realtor


Many people in Fisher, Barnabas, etc. have reported the site of a bearded man on a bike, stopping and asking all kinds of personal questions about themselves or a neighbor. Loaded with the information, he resumes his ride, not to be seen again for several weeks, when the same episode is repeated. 

Sincere inquiry or something else? Police investigation? IRS? DEA? Casing for a 
burglary team?

Answer. He lives somewhere near Kennedy Park and seems to be employed as a real estate salesman. It is thought that he uses this info as a tool to obtain listings.








Friday, December 19, 2014

Black Lives Matter……………or do they?


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By Fran Eaton - 
Anyone browsing social media or watching network news is likely to be familiar with #BlackLivesMatter, #ICantBreathe or #HandsupWalkOut. They are terms that express the angst fueling a continuing clash between minority protesters and law enforcement after the tragic deaths of Florida’s Trayvon Martin, Ferguson’s Michael Brown and New York City’s Eric Garner.
For the past several weeks, those hashtag terms have been

Thursday, December 18, 2014

Who is this guy that is bringing so much change to America? Are these changes something we want? Are they needed? His background is truly unusual. Does anyone know who he is?

Author and 2008 Libertarian Party VP nominee Wayne Allyn Root was an undergraduate student at Columbia University the same time as President Obama. In fact, Root and Obama are supposed to be in the same graduating Class of 1983.

For five years now, since 2007, Root has maintained that when he was in Columbia U., he’d never met, seen, or heard of fellow student Obama, nor does he know any student or faculty who had.

Now, in an essay for The Blaze, “Barack Obama: The Ghost of Columbia University,” Jun. 4, 2013, Root makes two more significant revelations:

1. Obama was a no-show at every reunion of his Class of 1983.
Root writes: “I just returned from New York, where I attended my 30th Columbia University reunion. I celebrated with my esteemed

Jay Cutler benched; Jimmy Clausen to start Sunday for Bears

Jay Cutler benched; Jimmy Clausen to start Sunday for Bears

Wednesday, December 17, 2014

Pensions

GOVERNMENT LABOR UNIONS FILE LAWSUIT TO STOP CHICAGO PENSION OVERHAUL

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CHICAGO - Labor unions representing City of Chicago beurocrats and government workers have filed a lawsuit arguing a law overhauling Chicago's pension systems is unconstitutional. Chicago currently has the worst-funded pension system of any major U.S. city.
Legislation approved last year seeks to eliminate a $9.4 billion unfunded liability in two pension systems by increasing contributions and cutting benefits. It would affect about 57,000 government employees.
The lawsuit filed Tuesday in Cook County Circuit Court asks a judge to stop the law from taking effect Jan. 1. Mayor Rahm Emanuel says the law is constitutional. He says the changes are needed to ensure pension funds remain solvent and retirees receive benefits.

Corporate Welfare

WHY ARE ILLINOIS TAXPAYERS SUBSIDIZING RICH SPORTS TEAM OWNERS?

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By Scott Reeder -
SPRINGFIELD, IL – It appears, Pat Quinn cleared the way for his 30-year-old campaign aide, Lou Bertuca, to start drawing a $160,000-year taxpayer-funded salary heading the Illinois Sports Facilities Authority.
That agency owns the ballpark where the White Sox play and helped renovate Soldier Field, where the Chicago Bears play.
Some politicians are crying foul. They don’t think it is appropriate for a group of Quinn appointees on the ISFA

Tuesday, December 16, 2014

The Real Michael Brown Criminally Assaults and Robs an Old Man





This is what that cop had to contend with!

This guy is an asshole.

Sorry I voted for him.
Governor Pat Quinn late on Friday thumbed his nose at Governor-elect Bruce Rauner and made 51 appointments to state boards and panels.
He’s not going quietly.
Quinn appointed individuals to multiple state commissions, councils, and boards, such as: the Illinois Council on Aging, Ambulatory Surgical Treatment Center Board, Blind Services Planning Council, Board of Credit Union Advisors, Deaf and Hard of Hearing Commission, Illinois Early Learning Council,

The Bears are booed!


What a pathetic organization. The owners need to clean the whole place out. 

Monday, December 15, 2014

This legislation combined with the death panel provisions of Obama care will be the death of you.

ILLINOIS EUTHANASIA GROUP PUSHES PRO-DEATH AGENDA WITH DOCUMENTARY SCREENING

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CHICAGO - An advocacy group is holding a Chicago screening of a documentary propagandizing that people diagnosed with terminal illnesses should be allowed to kill themselves.
The documentary "How to Die in Oregon" will be shown Saturday with a discussion afterward.
The group Compassion & Choices organized the free screening. Oregon was the first state to allow individuals diagnosed by a doctor as terminally ill to kill themselves using lethal medications prescribed by a doctor.
The issue has gained attention because of the recent death of 29-year-old brain cancer patient Brittany Maynard, who moved from California to Oregon to make use of the Oregon law.
Exploiting Maynard's death, Compassion & Choices has launched a media campaign urging Illinois lawmakers to pass a similar law.