Tuesday, March 31, 2020

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Mismanagement per se

No layoffs in city government due to declining revenues and rising costs, Lightfoot says
The mayor acknowledged “some impact” on revenues, but argued Chicago is “well-situated” because her budget anticipated “some kind of economic downturn” in 2020, though nobody expected “it would be due to a pandemic.” 

Her budget did not anticipate a downturn. The city will be a candidate for bankruptcy unless she makes expenditure adjustments immediately. 

By Fran Spielman Mar 31, 2020, 2:51pm CDT
Mayor Lori Lightfoot, shown speaking at a graduation ceremony Tuesday for Chicago Fire Department paramedics, insists no city workers will be laid off due to the coronavirus pandemic. Ashlee Rezin Garcia/Sun-Times

Mayor Lori Lightfoot on Tuesday ruled out layoffs in city government to accommodate declining

The US must be ready to fight China's military in the south china sea if...


Has Joe lost it or is someone putting these stories out there?

What is wrong with Biden – Jill Biden, that is?
By Joan Swirsky
March 30, 2020

Several months ago, my husband Steve had a bad cold. I plied him with tea and honey and chicken soup (aka Jewish penicillin), bought over-the-counter bromides that promised relief, kept him away from people and people away from him, and even insisted that he try a folk remedy I was told was very effective and proved to
be – smearing Vicks VapoRub on the bottoms of his feet (before putting socks over them) at nighttime, the better to wake up with clear nasal passages and lungs.

And that was for the common cold!

And Steve wasn't running for anything, much less President of the United States!

What I did takes place millions of times a day not only across the United States, but the entire world – women taking care of their husbands, doing everything possible to protect them from harm or hurt.

Pritzker is competing with Cuomo for the title

Pritzker says feds sent wrong masks as Illinois reports 8 more coronavirus deaths, they sent what they had
Instead of the N95 masks it asked for, Illinois received 300,000 surgical masks, the governor said. Also on Monday, Illinois reported 461 new cases; that brings the statewide tally to 5,057 cases in 52 counties.

By Tina Sfondeles and Mitch Dudek Updated Mar 30, 2020, 4:58pm CDT

Gov. J.B. Pritzker looks on as Dr. Ngozi Ezike, director of the Illinois Department of Public Health, speaks Monday afternoon at the Thompson Center during the daily update on the state’s response to the coronavirus pandemic. Ashlee Rezin Garcia/Sun-Times
Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker on Monday said the White House sent Illinois a shipment of hundreds of thousands of the wrong type of masks — as the state saw eight more deaths and the spread of the

Corona Information

NYC Lung Doctor Tells His Family How to Protect Themselves from COVID-19

Paul Anderson

COVID-19 is scary because we don’t know much about it. We know it is caused by the novel coronavirus named SARS-CoV-2. But we don’t know how bad things will get. We don’t know how long this will last.

But thanks to the heroic work being done by our doctors and nurses, we are learning how to protect

Monday, March 30, 2020

Very mentally ill woman screams at a street preacher for not staying home.

Thanks to Irish for this one.

Mike Lindell

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LIVE: President Trump, Coronavirus Task Force hold press briefing

A new foreign policy

Trump should go further, turn the tables, and seize this crisis to do what he was elected to do — impose a new foreign policy.
To fight the coronavirus at home, France is removing all military forces from Iraq.
When NATO scaled back its war games in Europe because of the pandemic, Russia reciprocated. Moscow announced it would cancel its war games along NATO’s border.
Nations seem to be recognizing and responding to the grim new geostrategic reality of March 2020: The pandemic is the real enemy of us all, and while we fight it, each in his own national corner, we are in this together.
Never allow a serious crisis to go to waste, said Barack Obama’s chief of staff Rahm Emanuel during the financial crisis.
Emanuel was echoed this month by House Majority Whip Rep. James Clyburn, who called the coronavirus crisis “a tremendous opportunity to restructure things to fit our vision.”
What Clyburn had in mind is what Democrats advanced as their alternative to the $2.2 trillion emergency bill. It was designed to force President Trump either to swallow it whole or to take responsibility for vetoing a critical transfusion of federal funds to keep the economy alive.
Among the items stuffed in the Democrats’ proposal:
A $15-an-hour minimum wage imposed on companies receiving funds. Blanket loan forgiveness of $10,000 for students. New tax credits for solar and wind energy. Full funding of Planned Parenthood. Federal dollars for fetal tissue research.
$300 million for PBS, which has been promoting the LBGT agenda to school kids. Mandating “diversity” on corporate boards as a condition of companies receiving funds. Election “reforms” to increase Democratic turnout. Insistence that airlines, to get a bailout, offset carbon emissions from jet engines. $35 million for the Kennedy Center.
Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and congressional Republicans ash-canned almost the leftist wish list.
But Trump should go further, turn the tables, and seize this crisis to do what he was elected to do — impose a new foreign policy.
Isolate America, not from the world, but from the world’s wars.

New York's best

hard to believe a guy like this could get elected to anything
Failed NYC mayor Bill De Blasio threatened to PERMANENTLY close churches who are caught holding service during the Coronavirus quarantine This is a radical new low for Democrats—totally unconstitutional and satanic

Atheists.....a sorry bunch of bastards

Atheists Rip Pence For Church Donation Appeal

March 30, 2020

Organized atheists, unlike most Americans who are nonbelievers, are more often than not driven by hatred of religion and the faithful. Their impulses are totalitarian: They would ban all religious expression if they could. A classic case is Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF).
FFRF has gone ballistic because Vice President Mike Pence recently implored Americans to make donations to their church, even if they cannot attend during the coronavirus crisis.
The atheists said that no American public official “should lend the power and prestige of their office to a particular church or to religion in general.” They even accused Pence of being un-American.
“Leveraging a global pandemic to drum up church donations is an egregious betrayal of the country’s founding principles in order to benefit religion.”
The atheists added that Pence “should not further encourage Americans to give their money to those who least deserve it.”
Their reasoning is bankrupt. Here are four reasons why.
First, Pence was exercising two of his First Amendment rights: freedom of speech and freedom of religion (religious expression is a core constitutional right). Even vice presidents maintain those rights.
Second, Pence did not order anyone to give to their church or offer new tax incentives if they did. His terms were purely volitional.
Third, what Pence said not only did not betray America’s founding principles, it affirmed them. Every president in American history has made public appeals expressing the critical role that religion plays in society, especially during times of adversity.
During the Civil War, Lincoln once told his secretary, “I have been driven many times upon my knees by the overwhelming conviction that I had nowhere else to go.”
Similarly, William McKinley, struggling with his decision to seize the Philippines, said to a group of ministers, “I am not ashamed to tell you, gentlemen, that I went down on my knees and prayed Almighty God for light and guidance more than one night.”
Atheists like those at FFRF like to cite Jefferson as an example of a nonbelieving president who wanted an impregnable wall between church and state. They are badly educated.
When Jefferson was seen carrying a red prayer book, a skeptical citizen asked where he was going. “To church,” he replied. “Why, Mr. President, you don’t believe a word of it,” the citizen said.
Jefferson replied, “I, as the chief magistrate of this nation, am bound to give it the sanction of my example.” Jefferson also awarded the Kaskaskia Indians $300 so they could build a Catholic church. And all Pence was doing was asking Americans to give to their church!
Fourth, it is risible to read atheists tell the faithful not to give to their church because it will go to “those who least deserve it.” Every study on charitable giving shows that atheists are the least generous and religious Americans are the most generous.
From giving blood to providing food, clothing, and shelter to those in need, the churches, synagogues, mosques, and other houses of worship lead the way in donating goods and services to those in need.
God bless Vice President Pence for encouraging Americans to support their local religious institutions during this crisis.

Cuomo BLOCKING $9Billion In Relief To NY!

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez blasts 'shameful' corporate bailout


Dick Morris: People See a New Donald Trump Emerging

responding appropriately to the health crisis

By Brian Freeman    |   Sunday, 29 March 2020 04:25 PM

President Donald Trump's handling of the coronavirus crisis has displayed a positive side of him that many had not acknowledged before, political commentator Dick Morris said on Sunday.

Speaking on "The Cats Roundtable" radio show on AM 970 in New York hosted by John Catsimatidis, Morris said that "people are seeing a Donald Trump they have not seen before" and

Sunday, March 29, 2020

Аккордеонистки России - Дуэт "ЛюбАня". - КОНЦЕРТ LIVE

Fourth Sunday in Lent - LIVE Mass with Fr. Mike Schmitz

Bishop Athanasius Schneider

A REMNANT INTERVIEW: Bishop Athanasius Schneider on Church’s handling of Coronavirus

Written by  Diane Montagna

<< The current situation provides sufficient reasonable grounds to think that we are at the beginning of an apocalyptic time, which includes divine chastisements. Our Lord referred to the prophecy of Daniel: “When you see the abomination of desolation spoken of by the prophet Daniel, standing in the holy place, let the reader understand” (Mt 24:15).
<< The Book of Revelation says that the Church will have for a while to flee into the wilderness (see Rev 12:14). The almost general cessation of the public Sacrifice of the Mass could be interpreted as a flight in a spiritual wilderness. What is regrettable in our situation is the fact that many members of the Church’s hierarchy do not see the current situation as a tribulation, as a divine chastisement, that is to say, as a “divine visitation” in the biblical sense. These words of the Lord are applicable also to many of the clergy in the midst of the current physical and spiritual epidemic: “You have not known the time of your visitation” (Luke 19:44).
<< The current situation of this “fiery ordeal” (see 1 Peter 4:12) must be taken seriously by the Pope and bishops in order to lead to a deep conversion of the entire Church. If this does not occur, then the message of the following story of Soren Kierkegaard will be applicable to our current situation as well: “A fire broke out backstage in a theatre. The clown came out to warn the public; they thought it was a joke and applauded. He repeated it; the acclaim was even greater. I think that’s just how the world will come to an end: to general applause from wits who believe it’s a joke.” >>
---- Bishop Athanasius Schneider1
schneider sermonBishop Athanasius Schneider
ROME, March 27, 2020 — As the coronavirus continues to spread, Bishop Athanasius Schneider has urged priests to imitate Jesus the Good Shepherd and, for the sake of souls, even disobey the unjust orders of bishops whom he says are now behaving more like “civil bureaucrats” than “shepherds.”
In a new interview on the Church’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic (see full text below), the auxiliary bishop of Saint Mary in Astana, Kazakhstan, said he believes the majority of Catholic bishops reacted “precipitously and out of panic in prohibiting all public Masses.” The decision to close churches, he said, is “even more incomprehensible.”
“As long as supermarkets are open and accessible, and as long as people have access to public

Cardinal Raymond Burke

Message on the Combat against the Coronavirus, COVID-19

ON MAR 21, 2020

Dear Friends,

For some time now, we have been in combat against the spread of the coronavirus, COVID-19. From all that we can tell – and one of the difficulties of the combat is that so much about the pestilence remains unclear – , the battle will yet continue for some time. The virus involved is particularly insidious, for it has a relatively long incubation period – some say 14 days and some say 20 days – and is highly contagious, much more highly contagious than other viruses we have experienced.

One of the principal natural means to defend ourselves against the coronavirus is to avoid any close contact with others. It is important, in fact, to keep always a distance – some say a yard (meter) and some say six-feet – away from each other, and, of course, to avoid group gatherings, that is gatherings in which a number of people are in close proximity of each other. In addition, since the virus is transmitted by small droplets emitted when one sneezes or blows his or her nose, it is critical to wash

Saturday, March 28, 2020

Steve Bannon makes bold prediction about Trump's coronavirus next steps

What's the truth behind humanitarian gestures of China? | COVID-19 | WIO...

Bad Weather Moving Toward Chicagoland

Hitting after dusk


Mercy and Comfort: A History of Hospital Ships

Cook County Jail

Jail population falls to record low as COVID-19 measures take hold

The Cook County Jail population dropped to its lowest level in decades this week after judges began a sweeping review of criminal cases in an effort to clear space to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
The jail population Friday had fallen to 5,003 — down by 400 or so detainees who were there on Monday when Chief Criminal Court Judge LeRoy Martin Jr. ordered a case-by-case bond reassessments of those charged with mostly non-violent offenses.
As the reviews began Tuesday and continued through the week, judges ordered the immediate release of inmates who were determined to not pose a threat to the public.
On Monday, officials announced the first two confirmed case of COVID-19 at the jail. By Friday, the jail had logged 38 confirmed cases. Nine sheriff’s office employees also tested positive for COVID-19.

Had just delivered bills to a house

Postal worker shot, wounded while delivering mail in Brighton Park: 

Published 15 hours ago

CHICAGO - A postal worker was among two people shot Friday afternoon in Brighton Park on the Southwest Side.

The 47-year-old USPS employee was delivering mail about 2:20 p.m. in the 2900 block of West 40th Street when he heard gunfire and was struck in the cheek, Chicago police said.

McCormick Place

Pentagon eyes Chicago, Michigan, Florida, Louisiana as coronavirus spreads
by Reuters

Saturday, 28 March 2020 01:23 GMT

By Phil Stewart and Idrees Ali

WASHINGTON, March 27 (Reuters) - The U.S. military is watching coronavirus infection trends in Chicago, Michigan, Florida and Louisiana with concern as it weighs where else it may need to deploy, after boosting aid to New York, California and Washington, a top general said on Friday.

Air Force General John Hyten, vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said the military was doing its own analysis as well as looking at data on infections compiled elsewhere in the government.

"There's a certain number of places where we have concerns and they're: Chicago, Michigan, Florida, Louisiana," Hyten told a group of reporters, when asked where field hospitals could head next.

"Those are the areas that we're looking at and trying to figure out where to go next."

Confirmed coronavirus cases in the United States reached 100,040 on Friday, the highest number in

The Ingraham Angle 3/27/20 FULL | BREAKING FOX NEWS March 27, 2020

Friday, March 27, 2020

Clyde Brandenburger R.I.P.

one of the good guys

Crime does not pay

Small suburban park project draws big-time players swept up in federal corruption probe
One contractor overseeing improvements to Summit’s Legion Park is believed to be a federal informant. Another was named in a search warrant.

By Robert Herguth and Mark Brown Mar 27, 2020, 9:00am CDT
The renovations of Summit’s Legion Park in 2018 proved to be a nexus point between a number of people caught up in an ongoing federal corruption probe in the southwest suburbs. Mark Brown / Sun-Times

Legion Park in southwest suburban Summit is a small neighborhood park where kids and adults can come together to play, walk the dog or relax under a gazebo.

Its most distinctive feature is a newly refurbished World War II anti-tank cannon that serves as the

Friendly Fire: Three Planes That Shot Themselves Down

A frightening glimpse at the mind of Andrew Cuomo, makes you want to run away......

not qualified to be president, lacking in the integrity department
a loudmouth bully and a tough guy

Andrew Cuomo's split from Kerry Kennedy spawned a torrent of headlines more than a decade ago, but a forthcoming biography of the governor reveals that the marriage was doomed far earlier and the breakup was far uglier than previously known.
The couple imploded in 2003 amid a raft of allegations of adultery on Kennedy's

The Commie Virus

Tucker: How local leaders failed their cities

Andrew Cuomo is demanding equipment he "no way no how" needs, in order to make a political statement.

full of shit about everything
President Donald Trump rejected calls from New York’s alarmist governor
that the state needed tens of thousands of new ventilators to treat a mass of patients infected with the novel coronavirus, saying he didn’t believe those numbers were accurate.
“I have a feeling that a lot of the numbers that are being said in some areas are just bigger than they’re going to be,” Trump told Fox News’ Sean Hannity on Thursday night. “I don’t believe you need 40,000 or 30,000 ventilators. You

Thursday, March 26, 2020

Curly Neal R.I.P.

Don't get pneumonia

While you weren’t looking, our painfully gentle, meek-looking, politically-correct, athleisure-clad American Illuminati moved the entire American pharmaceutical industry to China — lock, stock, and the proverbial barrel of penicillin. They did this because Thomas Friedman’s book told them that the world was flat and that “China, in many ways, is closer to us than Mexico.” It never in a million years occurred to them that they were putting significant power into the hands of people who consider American “thought leaders” mere dung flies to be swatted away or cultivated in manure, depending on the mood of the moment. Our Eloi are charmingly naive that way; they’re like the eight-year-old child who thinks he’s found a new way to cheat at Monopoly, not realizing that the adults around the table can predict his every move before it happens. Raised to operate in quarterly timeframes, they can’t imagine the thought processes of men (and it’s men, not womyn or furries or whatever) who might knowingly lose money on factories and industrial production for decades in a row in order to have the whip hand when it matters most.
Through their state media, China reminded the United States that they could easily choose to exercise, and I quote, “strategic control over medical products.” Such an exercise of control would turn this country into a bloody hellscape. It’s not just the coronavirus victims: it’s every diabetic, every person with a thyroid disorder, everyone who needs blood thinner or any other constant supply of live-

Out of his own pocket

CHICAGO (CBS) — As the number of new coronavirus cases in Illinois climbed even further on Thursday, Gov. JB Pritzker said the state is establishing a new initiative to support non-profits during the COVID-19 crisis, and he is donating millions of his own dollars to help get it started.
Pritzker said the state is teaming up with United Way and the Alliance of Illinois Community Foundations to establish the Illinois COVID-19 Response Fund to support local non-profits across the state who are helping those hit hardest by the coronavirus pandemic.
“My team and I are incredibly grateful for all of the businesses, and leaders, and organizations who have stepped up to meet this moment,” he said.

The governor said the fund will help provide emergency food and supplies, offer shelter and housing to those who need it, expand healthcare services, assist with utility costs and other financial burdens, and help children and families enduring school closings.
Pritzker named his sister, former U.S. Commerce Secretary Penny Pritzker, as the chair of the foundation.
“When JB called me last week to talk about the need for a fund to support basic needs for all Illinoisans during this critical time, he said there was nothing more important that we can do to help the too many people across our great state who are desperate for assistance. That is what this effort is all about,” she said.
Penny Pritzker said the fund would work in cooperation with other foundations to ensure resources are directed where they’re needed most in Illinois. She said the fund already has raised nearly $23 million.
“I have been blown away by the so many people who have answered the call in just the last few days to create this effort. Everyone we asked to help signed on immediately – and I mean everyone — and without hesitation,” she said.
The governor and his wife have personally donated $2 million to the fund, and their family foundation has given another $2 million.
Contributions to the Illinois COVID-19 Response Fund can be made by visiting ilcovidresponsefund.org.

Feds sending some prisoners home

Feds may send some prisoners home due to virus risks

Attorney General William Barr issued a directive to the Bureau of Prisons on Thursday urging that the inmate population be reduced by sending some prisoners home. | Sarah Silbiger/Getty Images

Attorney General William Barr moved on Thursday to release some federal inmates at heightened risk from the coronavirus, but said no one would be freed immediately under the policy because of the need to make sure prisoners are not spreading the virus into the community.

“Obviously, the health and safety of our inmates and our staff is a top priority for us,” Barr said at a Justice Department news conference. “We take seriously our responsibility to protect those who are in our custody.”

The attorney general said he inquired with federal Bureau of Prisons officials last week about

Dumbest Liberal Gun Quotes 4

How Boeing Lost Its Way

How Long Does the Novel Coronavirus Live on Surfaces?

Keep going


by Chad Storlie
The struggle I faced as the COVID-19 recommendations became school closings, “stay-at-home” orders, store closings, and zero social interactions was: how will I make it through the day?
I have critical work responsibilities, a large team of now remote workers to lead, my wife is

What does this guy do beside nothing?

everything should be ok

Illinois attorney general calls for Amazon and other profiteers to police coronavirus price-gouging, yet he ignores complaints about price gouging at Mariano's! In fact, he has ignored numerous complaints about price gouging from across the state. 

Kwame Raoul joins 32 other state attorneys general in urging crackdown on COVID-19 profiteering.

By Stephanie Zimmermann Updated Mar 25, 2020, 6:14pm CDT
Sudden price spikes for hand sanitizer have been reported in Illinois and other states. Thirty-three state attorneys general are calling for online platforms to monitor and stop price-gouging during the coronavirus crisis. Getty

Illinois Attorney General Kwame Raoul on Wednesday joined 32 other state attorneys general in calling for online platforms to eliminate the COVID-19 price-gouging that has gotten worse in recent days.

The bipartisan group sent letters to Amazon, Facebook, eBay, Walmart and Craigslist urging them to

12 people shot yesterday in Chicago

CHICAGO - Twelve people were wounded Wednesday in shootings across Chicago.

The day’s latest shooting left a woman in critical condition in Little Village on the Southwest Side.

The woman, 24, was in the back seat of a vehicle about 11:50 p.m. in the 3100 block of West 25th Street when someone in a white SUV fired shots, Chicago police said. She was struck in the head and rushed to Mt. Sinai Hospital in critical condition.

Earlier in the evening, a teenage boy was shot in Washington Park on the South Side.

The boy, 17, was outside about 10:15 p.m. on Michigan Avenue when someone fired shots, striking him in the torso and leg, police said. The boy’s friends took him to Comer Children’s Hospital in serious condition.

Three people were wounded in a drive-by in Englewood on the South Side.

They were standing in the 7400 block of South Stewart Avenue about 6:10 p.m. when a dark-colored SUV ........ SOS I will spare you the details....

Wednesday, March 25, 2020


Beck, Lightfoot On Stay At Home Order: Citations To Be Issued, Parks Could Be Shut Down

By Dana KozlovMarch 25, 2020 at 5:32 pm

CHICAGO (CBS) — Visibly frustrated with reports of gatherings throughout Chicago, Mayor Lori Lightfoot delivered a stern warning to those who continue to get together during the COVID-19 pandemic: We will shut it down and you may be arrested.

“Stay at home. Only go out for essentials. You have to readjust your thinking. Be smart,” Lightfoot said. “Not only will our police be deployed to shut them down if you are not abiding by these orders we will be forced to shut down the parks and lakefront. The situation Is deadly serious and we need you take it deadly seriously.”

Lightfoot added that spending long periods of time outdoors, anywhere, is not allowed. And neither is

Why did this happen?

In the months prior to the most ferocious stock market crash in history and the eruption of the biggest public health crisis of our generation, we witnessed the biggest exodus of corporate CEOs that we have ever seen.

And as you will see below, corporate insiders also sold off billions of dollars worth of shares in their own companies just before the stock market imploded.  In life, timing can be everything, and sometimes people simply get lucky.  But it does seem odd that so many among the corporate elite would be so exceedingly “lucky” all at the same time.  In this article I am not claiming to know the motivations of any of these individuals, but I am pointing out certain patterns that I believe are worth investigating.

One financial publication is using the phrase “the great CEO exodus” to describe the phenomenon that we have been witnessing.  It all started last year when chief executives started resigning in numbers unlike anything that we have ever seen before.  The following was published by NBC News

Vacuum Implosion

Mirko E Valerio, Violinisti Little Band covers "VIVA LA VIDA" (COLDPLAY)...


Answers to questions

Now that we're in a de facto martial law mode – a shutdown of entire industries and small businesses, nighttime curfews, social isolation, a run on goods, huge sports events cancelled, a "shelter-in-place" mandate in California, releasing prisoners in New York (God forbid these miscreants get a flu!), Broadway gone dark, and a craven media inciting and delighting in the panic they're causing, it is relevant to ask:
  • Are the powers-that-be withholding information about a deadly germ-warfare attack on the entire world, started by an aggrieved Chinese Communist nation that was perfectly happy with the Bush1 and Clinton1&2 and Bush1&2 and Obama1&2 regimes that kowtowed to their outrageous demands and unfair trade deals but is now existentially threatened because a Patriot President expects more equitable deals?
  • Isn't it both alarmist and immoral, as reported in American Thinker by Andrea Widburg, that the fake-news media have never told the American people that the scary statistics from Italy are the result of Italy's recent Silk Road Project agreement with China, which resulted in more than

Dr. Fauci has a hopeful message for the American people

Tuesday, March 24, 2020

Cuomo MFs Trump administration because Cuomo cares so much about human life

Andrew Cuomo to Trump administration: 'You pick the 26K people who are going to die'

NEW YORK CITY — Gov. Andrew Cuomo voiced alarm and frustration with the Trump administration’s response to the growing coronavirus crisis Tuesday, estimating that New York is just two weeks away from hitting the apex of its outbreak.

Cuomo was careful not to call out President Donald Trump by name, but said in stark terms that if U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar doesn’t release the 20,000 ventilators in the federal stockpile and the president doesn’t demand U.S. companies manufacture more, thousands of New Yorkers will die as a result.

“The president said it's a war ... then act like it,” Cuomo said, raising his voice during a morning news conference at the Javits Center in Manhattan. “They’re doing the supplies? Here’s my question: Where are they?”

If more ventilators aren’t sent within weeks, Cuomo told the feds, “You pick the 26,000 people who

Two Things

1. I don't for a second believe that Jesse
Jackson wrote this article.

2. Jesse Jackson has always liked to talk out of his ass. 

Release many behind bars to slow virus’ spread
This peril is immediate and pressing. There are 2.2 million Americans locked up at any one time, but over 11 million go through prison or jail gates in any one year.

By Jesse Jackson  Mar 24, 2020, 7:39am CDT

The newly renamed Hotel 166, located near the Northwestern University Hospital complex is seen Monday in Chicago. The city of Chicago plans to reserve thousands of hotel rooms for people with mild cases of the coronavirus and others unable to return to their homes while awaiting test results, Mayor Lori Lightfoot announced Monday AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast
On Saturday, the first federal inmate tested positive for coronavirus in a Brooklyn, New York, facility.

Mayor Lightfoot makes a good move

Lightfoot, suburban mayors raise red flags about releasing jail detainees over COVID-19
In the letter dated Monday, Lightfoot asked the judge to “consider implementing certain protocols to ensure that detainees...are asymptomatic.”

By Lizzie Schiffman Tufano@lizzieschiffman Mar 24, 2020, 11:32am CDT

Mayor Lori Lightfoot speaks during a press conference at City Hall about the city’s response to the coronavirus pandemic, Monday afternoon, March 23, 2020. File photo. Ashlee Rezin Garcia/Sun-Times file photo

Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot and a coalition of suburban mayors penned a letter to Chief Criminal Court Judge Leroy Martin Monday in response to his decision to review of thousands of criminal cases with a goal of reducing the number of inmates in jail in response to the coronavirus pandemic.

Most hearings will be held remotely using online conferencing apps to minimize contact among

How could this be ?

Ellen DeGeneres is mean and nasty, say former employees & fans

Hollywood gossip is that, contrary to the sunny and super-friendly image she projects, talk-show host andcomedienne Ellen DeGeneres has a reputation of being mean and nasty.
Now, the whispers have broken through into public discourse.
Last Friday, March 20, 2020, calling DeGeneres “one of the meanest people alive,” comedian Kevin T. Porter sent out a tweet urging people to message him “the most insane stories” they’ve heard about DeGeneres “being mean”. Porter wrote:
Right now we all need a little kindness. You know, like Ellen Degeneres always talks about!

A Call for Leadership

Commissioner Morrison calls on Governor Pritzker and Mayor Lightfoot to stop the political sniping and start providing steady leadership

Orland Park, IL – It started last week with the controversial decision to move forward with the March 17 primary election directly in the face of the coronavirus pandemic which led to a nasty exchange between Governor Pritzker and the Chicago Board of Elections (CBOE). The exchange occurred

5 Icebergs Flipping Over

Monday, March 23, 2020

Marine Corps reinventing itself

The Marine Corps is undertaking its most sweeping transformation in decades, pivoting from a focus on fighting insurgents in the Middle East to developing the ability to hop from island to island in the western Pacific to bottle up the Chinese fleet.
The 10-year plan to revamp the Corps, scheduled to be unveiled this week, follows years of classified U.S. wargames that revealed China’s missile and naval forces to be eroding American military advantages in the region.
“China, in terms of military capability, is the pacing threat,” Gen. David Berger, the Marine Corps commandant, said in an interview. “If we did nothing, we would be passed.”
To reinvent themselves as a naval expeditionary force within budget limits, the Marines plan to

Prof. Francis Boyle....Expert on the legal aspects of bioweapons

Don't assume that the Coronavirus is 100% natural. If not, we need to determine who did this.
John LaPlante, city’s first transportation commissioner, dies after battle with coronavirus
The son of a Cook County judge and the head librarian for Chicago Public Schools, LaPlante was a “municipally-minded” Roseland native who cared deeply about his city and its government, according to his daughter.

By Tom Schuba Updated Mar 22, 2020, 10:24pm CDT

John LaPlante, the former acting commissioner of the Chicago Department of Transportation, died Saturday after testing positive for the coronavirus. Sun-Times file photo

John LaPlante, a longtime city employee who served as the first commissioner of the Chicago Department of Transportation, died Saturday at 80 after testing positive for the novel coronavirus less than two weeks earlier.

The son of a Cook County judge and the head librarian for Chicago Public Schools, LaPlante was a

Is This Possibly the Best Donald Trump Impression? | Good Morning Britain

WTF was he thinking?

Blue Island mayor shuts down police department after someone tests positive for COVID-19 and instructs the Fire Department to begin patrols, crime drops to zero. 

Published 8 hours ago

BLUE ISLAND, Ill. - Blue Island Mayor Domingo Vargas shut down the city’s police department Sunday for reports that a member of the department tested positive for coronavirus, according to the south suburb’s state representative.

“I have since learned that Mayor Domingo Vargas made a unilateral decision at 1 a.m. Sunday (today) to suspend all police department activities,” Il. Rep Bob Rita, D-Blue Island, said in a statement. “At no point did the Mayor’s office contact my office, any member of the City Council or

Of course the bill failed....dems at work

Washington (AFP) - A trillion-dollar Senate proposal to rescue the reeling US economy crashed to defeat Sunday after receiving zero support from Democrats, and with five Republicans absent from the chamber because of virus-related quarantines.
Democrats said the Republican plan failed to sufficiently protect millions of American workers or shore up the critically under-equipped

Hey Pritzker...check out the meaning of "stiff upper lip"

Please keep a stiff upper lip when discussing the current health crisis, your meltdowns and constant criticism of Trump is helping nobody. The people of Illinois are expecting you to lead not bellyache.

Now get off your ass and be the leader you can be. 

A person who is said to have a stiff upper lip displays fortitude and stoicism in the face of adversity, or exercises great self-restraint in the expression of emotion. The phrase is most commonly heard as part of the idiom "keep a stiff upper lip", and has traditionally been used to describe an attribute of British people in remaining resolute and unemotional when faced with adversity. A sign of weakness is trembling of the upper lip, hence the saying keep a stiff upper lip. When a person's upper lip begins to tremble, it is one of the first signs that the person is scared or shaken by experiencing deep emotion.

I get the feeling that Pace may be a bit of a gambler

Ryan Pace’s decision to sign Jimmy Graham might be his most bizarre as Bears’ GM — and that’s saying something

How Pace still has a job isn’t even a question, not if you’ve followed this franchise for part or all of the past three decades. These are the Bears.

By Rick Morrissey@MorrisseyCST Mar 20, 2020, 1:19pm CDT

This man, Bears general manager Ryan Pace, gave fading tight end Jimmy Graham a two-year, $16 million contract.Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images

When Bears general manager Ryan Pace came up with the bright idea of signing the chalk outline of Jimmy Graham’s career to a two-year, $16 million contract, he almost certainly ran it past team chairman George McCaskey.

A normal franchise would have had checks in place to stop a plan to give a 33-year-old tight end in

Saturday, March 21, 2020

This race will be different

accepted campaign donations and then settled big cases for the donor, that is corruption per se

Could the Cook County state’s attorney’s race turn into Bernard Epton redux? Or will it be a call to end incompetence and corruption at the SA office?

It’s a reminder of Bernard Epton vs. Harold Washington. The Cook County GOP is talking up nominee Patrick O’Brien to defeat incumbent state’s attorney Kim Foxx.

Then and now, it is unthinkable that a Republican could be elected to high office in this legendary Democratic bastion once ruled by Mayor Richard J. “Boss” Daley.

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Creep buys 17,000 bottles of hand sanitizer

kind of reminds me of some of the Illinois politicians who line their pockets with 2 or 3 government pensions and now there's not enough left for the legitimate employees

if you ask me, this guy should be jailed

Crooked bastards must resign and be investigated

Revealed: Four senators dumped millions in stocks while Capitol Hill was being briefed on the coronavirus threat but BEFORE markets started tanking

  • Richard Burr, head of the Senate Intelligence Committee which was directly briefed on coronavirus, sold up to $1.7m in stock between January and February 
  • Dianne Feinstein, on the same committee, sold up to $6m in stock in same period
  • Kelly Loeffler, on the Senate Health Committee, sold up to $3.1m in stock starting on the day her committee was briefed by the CDC 
  • James Inhofe sold up to $400k in stocks including real estate all on January 27 
  • Did they leak information to others?
Four senators dumped millions of dollars worth of stock while Capitol Hill was being briefed on the

The Party of Death handed Lipinski

Infanticide Democrats Defeat Prolife Dan Lipinski. 

Lipinski should be proud that he didn't compromise.

Illinois Democratic Rep, Dan Lipinski, known as “the last pro-life Democrat,” who barely survived an attempted purge by the progressives dominating his party, in 2020 has succumbed to a second primary challenge from Marie Newman, a pro-abortion progressive activist more in tune with the pro-death  beliefs of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer.
Lipinski regularly attended the annual March for Life in Washington, D.C. and generally tried to cling to his pro-life Catholic roots while becoming a target for a party that was finally dropping the pro-choice fraud it had been hiding behind, moving from the right to choose to the obligation to kill up to the moment of birth, sometimes even afterward. Dr. Kermit Gosnell, the baby butcher of Philadelphia, was suddenly the patron saint of the full-blown pro-abortion Democrat Party. In 2018 it seemed the  Democrats were finally ready to throw Dan Lipinski