Friday, December 30, 2016


Police helicopter action at 109th an Artesian going on right now. 

Putin outflanks Obama again!

Following this morning's reports that Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov would recommend to Russian President Vladimir Putin a retaliation in kind, and expel 35 American diplomats, saying that “we cannot leave such acts unanswered. Reciprocity is part of diplomatic law"  with Putin spokesman Peskov adding that "there is no doubt that Russia's adequate and mirror response will make Washington officials feel very uncomfortable as well", it was ultimately up to Putin to decide how to respond to the US.
Which he did on Friday morning, when in a stunning reversal, the Russian leader took the high road, rejected the Lavrov proposal, and in a statement posted by the Kremlin said that Russia won’t expel any Americans in retaliation to US moves, in a brutal demonstration of just how irrelevant Obama's 11th hour decision is for US-Russian relations. 

Putin then invited all of the U.S. diplomats and their families to the Kremlin for a New Years Day party. 
Much smarter than Obama
The reversal comes as Russian officials portrayed U.S. sanctions as a last act of a lame-duck president and suggested that Trump could reverse them when he takes over the White House in January.

Thursday, December 29, 2016

What were they thinking?


“The price of failure."

With this one, all sales are likely final.

Tuesday, December 27, 2016

I still say he is not running again.

Come back year my ass. Word is Rahm got edged out on being named by Trump as the new ambassador to Israel

That was why he and his brothers were meeting with Trump a few weeks ago. They were begging, pleading for something "respectable" for Rahm. "He needs to get out of Chicago". 

Thursday, December 22, 2016

Little Drummer Boy - Pentatonix

Prince Charles is talking down to everyone again!

Perhaps this asshole is referring to the similarities to the 1930's in terms of how the world has again experienced an over-abundance of pussified politicaly-correct leaders; who were stopped before they turned western civilization over to the third world. All this guy has to do is look out the window at Windsor Castle. England and most of Europe is screwed. 

Rahm's Emails


SUN-TIMES MEDIA WIRE - In a surprise reversal that ends a marathon legal battle, Mayor Rahm Emanuel has agreed to release a virtual “treasure trove” of his private emails and ban city employees from using their private emails to conduct city business.

Emanuel’s year-end change of heart follows a parade of Freedom of Information requests denied by the city and lawsuits filed by the Better Government Association and the Chicago Tribune.

It also follows more than a year of litigation and two court rulings against the city by Circuit Court judges who maintained that the emails of public officials cannot escape Freedom of Information requests simply because they are on a private email account.
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Emanuel agrees to release private emails, ending court fight
The lengthy legal battle was contrary to Emanuel’s campaign promise to shine the light on city government and run a transparent administration.

Going forward, Emanuel vowed to implement a new city policy that prohibits city employees from “using their private or other non-city email accounts for the transaction of public business.”

The policy will be spelled out in writing to all city employees. It will instruct city employees that, if they receive an email pertaining to city business on a non-city account, the email must be promptly forwarded to the city email account. Failure to comply with the new policy “may subject the employee or officials to discipline.”

To underscore his commitment to the new policy, Emanuel released his private emails after the close of business on Wednesday. The massive information dump was reminiscent of what he did last New Year’s Eve with information pertaining to the police shooting of Laquan McDonald and other controversial police shootings.

BGA President and CEO Andy Shaw welcomed the agreement, even as he acknowledged that it should not have taken this long to persuade Emanuel to honor his promise to be transparent.

“This is a major victory in the fight for transparency at City Hall. It gives us access to information that the public is entitled to. And the policy change should make it clear that you cannot use a private email account to avoid transparency,” Shaw said.

Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Mariah Carey - All I Want For Christmas Is You

Time to wake up


Screen Shot 2016-12-20 at 2.58.55 PMBerlin Christmas market tragedy | Photo from Sacramento Bee
By John F. Di Leo -
On Monday, December 19, the last shopping week before Christmas, an islamofascist terrorist (most likely a recently-arrived “refugee,” as over a million such have arrived in Germany from the middle east this year alone) hijacked a truck and charged through a Berlin Christmas market, killing at least a dozen innocent shoppers, injuring some fifty more… in exactly the way that ISIS has been ordering its pretend “lone wolves” to attack innocents.
As Europeans have watched their birthrate plummet, leaving the tax base for their generous pensions in doubt, they have opened their doors to unfettered immigration.  First, we saw England’s open doors welcome in Pakistanis and Indians, and Germany’s open doors welcome Turks… then the procession became a flood, as Angela Merkel and her

Saturday, December 17, 2016

The latest corporate scam

I was in a local Panera Bread today. I ordered a sandwich and drink. I paid with a charge card. The order taker, a very nice kid, asked me if I wanted to leave a tip. On the charge card panel was the question. DO YOU WANT TO LEAVE A TIP? YES or NO.

I have never encountered this at a fast food restaurant before. I told the order taker that this was high pressure. I then gave her a $5.00 bill which she accepted. I don't think I will ever go back to a Panera Bread again.

Are they not paying their employees enough?
Are they not factoring in the cost of labor into their products?
Are they giving all of the tip money to the employees or just a portion of it?

Who can lead the dems to victory in 2018?

Now that U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin has decided to stay in Washington, Illinois Democrats finally have come to the realization that, to unseat the hated Gov. Bruce Rauner, they're going to need a candidate to run against him.
The last couple of weeks have been abuzz with Democrats from Cairo to Waukegan suddenly strutting their stuff, waving their checkbooks and leaking tidbits to friendly media. If anything there are too many

Thursday, December 15, 2016

The Final Hours of George Washington


Washington on his deathbed by junius brutus stearns 
By John F. Di Leo -  
Reflections on the anniversary of the death of General Washington
On December 12, 1799, General George Washington, at 67 years of age, was still a busy and healthy man. 
Despite the snow and ice that day, he rode around his holdings at Mount Vernon, as was customary, checking on the ongoing projects, such as improvements to the main building and consideration of improvements to outbuildings, along with everything else that a busy plantation must do in the winter. 
Even when the land shuts down for the season, there’s still work to do, when you make your own clothes for your staff of hundreds, when you cure your own meats in a

Who hacked state of Georgia computers?

DHS is the prime suspect. Watch for this investigation to be opened by DOJ once Trump is sworn in. 

Wednesday, December 14, 2016

Sandy Bury

Sandra Bury Kicks Off Re-Election Campaign for Second Term as Oak Lawn Mayor

I know nothing about her or the town. I avoid driving through there when I have been drinking, unless I am going to Chuck E Cheese.

By Lorraine Swanson (Patch Staff) 

OAK LAWN, IL -- Mayor Sandra Bury was among the early filers to submit their nomination petitions for the April 4, 2017 consolidated election. In doing so, Bury officially kicked off her reelection campaign as an independent candidate for village president/mayor of Oak Lawn.

"It has been an incredible privilege to serve the community I love as Mayor. These past four years have gone by very quickly, and there is much more work to be done." Bury said in a news release. "We have a great team in place."

Bury was first elected in 2013, running on a platform of increased transparency, fair share payments from Advocate Christ Medical Center in lieu of taxes, economic development and fiscal responsibility. She says she kept her promises to the taxpayers of Oak Lawn in her first term.

Under Bury's tenure, Oak Lawn is one of the few municipalities in Illinois that have actually lowered property taxes, her announcement release said..

"We are voting on Tuesday [Dec. 13] to approve the 2017 budget, which lowers the tax levy for the fourth year in a row,” the mayor said. “There is no justification to raise property taxes unless all other options are exhausted."

Bury said it has taken a team effort to do more with less. In addition to helping to negotiate a historic $3.2 million payment from Advocate Christ Medical Center, Bury claims that she and her team have grown the local economy, made job creation a priority, eliminated pensions for part-time politicians, have adopted a public policy for paying down debt, funding pensions and maintaining Oak Lawn's infrastructure.

Recently Standard & Poor's has increased Oak Lawn's rating after years of downgrades. Her Shop Oak Lawn initiative has been an important part of efforts to lower property taxes.

"The more revenue comes from other sources, the less that is needed from property taxes," she says.

The addition of Coopers Hawk, Mariano's and the other businesses at Stony Creek Promenade and throughout Oak Lawn have boosted sales tax revenue for the village and have made Oak Lawn a shopping destination for the surrounding area, according to Bury..

"It's about time that our neighbors are coming to Oak Lawn to shop for a change," she said.

From the rat's ass file


CHICAGO - Monday, former Congressman Jesse Jackson Jr filed for "dissolution of marriage" from Sandi, his wife of 25 years.
The once-political power couple has been through a rough three years. Jackson served 23 months in federal prison before his wife, a former Chicago alderman, entered for the one year prison sentence she is now completing. 
Sandi and Jesse Jackson both pleaded guilty in August 2013 to various schemes relating to the looting of his congressional campaign fund. The former South Side 7th Ward alderman and the former 2nd Congressional District lawmaker each went to prison for diverting $750,000 from campaign funds for their personal use between 2005 and 2012.
The former congressman pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit false statements and mail and wire fraud, his wife to filing a false federal income tax return.
More HERE.

Monday, December 12, 2016

More Chinese Junk

Does anybody have Keurig Coffee Brewing System  that has not broke after 6 months? 

Matt O'Shea and BLM

It's been 30 days since BLM unfairly targeted our neighborhood with blanket accusations of racism. It's over now.  I want to acknowledge the efforts of Alderman O'Shea who arose to the occasion and walked, talked, did whatever he had to do to get those people out of here. O'Shea gave it 110%.  

Today is the feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe

Sunday, December 11, 2016

Quote of the day

"On 95th street or Western would be good too". 

Chuck e Cheese executive

Thursday, December 8, 2016

John Glenn


Maybe it’s time to give the generals a chance

Trump hires a third general, raising concerns about heavy military influence

Trump's Transition: Who is Gen. John F. Kelly?

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President-elect Donald Trump has selected retired Marine Gen. John F. Kelly as secretary of homeland security, officials familiar with the decision said Wednesday, recruiting a third former member of the military’s brass to serve at

Is the Board of Education handing out sweetheart contracts?

Sweetheart deal? Possible Coverup?

Wednesday, December 7, 2016

Today is Pearl Harbor Day


We dodged another bullet on Nov. 8: Pro-Hillary celebratory party with naked men in body paint

We dodged so many bullets on November 8, the foremost being the reign of Queen Hillary, it’s hard to keep count.
Here’s another one: a Manhattan fashion public relations company, owned by two homosexuals, had planned a bacchanalian “holiday” party at Christmas time celebrating Hillary’s win, which would have featured nude “male models” sporting only stars-and-stripes body paint.
As reported by Richard Johnson for the New York Post, Dec. 6, 2016, the p.r. company LaForce, which reps Target, Banana Republic and Williams-Sonoma, to name a few, has canceled its holiday party because of Trump’s victory.
LaForce’s owners, James LaForce and his husband, Stephen Henderson, had booked Irving Plaza for a thousand guests on Dec. 19 and designed an invitation showing Hillary Clinton as an American flag-waving Santa with the words, “Make America Merry Again.”
LaForce had bought thousands of feet of red, white and blue bunting, and had lined up male models to pose in nothing but stars-and-stripes body paint. Instead, LaForce sent out a letter stating:
“We envisioned an extra-cheerful celebration of Hillary Clinton’s presidency . . . Alas, Election Day did not go as we’d hoped. So it’s with deep regret that we are canceling this year’s party.”
LaForce told N.Y. Post, “We just decided we couldn’t go through with it.” He said he and Henderson were on a bullet train in Japan following the election results on his iPhone, as his employees in New York were crying.
LaForce sent the money that would have been spent on the party to baby-killer Planned Parenthood, Housing Works and the Stonewall Foundation. He said he isn’t worried about blow back from Republican clients such as Perry Ellis president Oscar Feldenkreis who’d contributed to the campaigns of Marco Rubio and Mike Huckabee because “Everybody gets where we are coming from.” Wink, wink.
In December 2014, LaForce and Henderson held a “holiday” party at The Eagle leather bar in Chelsea, with guys with leather dog faces. Even Santa wore a leather mask.
As reported by Zachary Weiss for Page Six, Dec. 16, 2014, a guest at the party, illustrator Richard Haines, gushed that the guys with leather dog faces was “genius” because, as he put it, “the holidays are so S&M anyway . . . I loved it.”

How stupid!

SUN-TIMES MEDIA WIRE - City workers removed the two remaining honorary “Trump Plaza” street signs near the President-elect’s riverfront hotel and condominium tower over the weekend, putting an exclamation mark on officials’ decision to slight Donald Trump in retaliation for painting the city as a dystopian “war zone” on the campaign trail, the Chicago Sun-Times is reporting.
Crews took down the signs “in the normal course of business” about 8 a.m. Sunday from their posts at intersections along Wabash at Hubbard and Illinois, according to Michael Claffey, public affairs director for the city’s Department of Transportation. A third sign about half a block south of Hubbard was stolen in October.

Tuesday, December 6, 2016

New Priority


Foxx wants a Felony Review unit at all police shootings!

Watch the crime rate start to go through the roof when the criminals figure out that they are not the priority. 

Saturday, December 3, 2016

Mad Dog

He's back 

All the military Brass that sold their souls to Obama and adopted his socialist beliefs will soon be gone. They will be lucky if they don't get a firing squad. The Pentagon will again be staffed by patriots. 

our greatest strength?


Friday, December 2, 2016

After 30 days of silence, he speaks

Mayor Dart
SUN-TIMES MEDIA WIRE - Residents who have experienced hate crimes or been discriminated against can now call a hotline at the Cook County sheriff’s office to report the incident.

Anyone who feels they are being threatened or targeted as a result of their religion, race, nationality or sexual orientation should use the hotline, according to a statement from the sheriff’s office. The number for the hotline is (773) 674-4357.

The 24/7 hotline will receive a direct response from the sheriff’s office staff that will be able to connect callers to other helpful agencies or legal assistance, the sheriff’s office said.

“With the FBI reporting spikes in hate crimes nationwide, this will act as a pro-active resource,” Cook County Sheriff Thomas J. Dart said. “Hate crimes should not be dismissed as a fleeting issue or only a problem outside of Cook County.”

The idea for a dedicated hotline came after Dart heard of increasing fear and intimidation in the county’s minority communities, especially the Muslim American community, according to the sheriff’s office.

“To protect the real strength of our community, our diversity, we must stand up for these good people,” Dart said.

He has some real concerns!