The difference between humans and animals? Animals would never allow the dumbest ones to lead the pack, even if they first get the money..........
Monday, January 31, 2022
Sad that we are at this point in 2022
The measure, sponsored by state Sen. Jacqueline Collins, would provide up to $10,000 for funeral and burial expenses.
By Stefano Esposito Jan 31, 2022, 2:29pm CST
Angela Gregg, whose 4-year-old son, Mychal Moultry Jr., was killed over Labor Day weekend, speaks Monday with St. Sabina’s Rev. Michael Pfleger. Stefano Esposito/Sun-Times
After her 4-year-old son, Mychal Moultry Jr., was shot in the city while visiting his father during the Labor Day weekend, Angela Gregg’s family had to pay $13,000 for funeral expenses.
Gregg would have liked to have her son buried; she settled for cremation instead.
“The money was not there,” Gregg said Monday,
Debt Up $2 Trillion In One Year Of Biden
By TERENCE P. JEFFREY
When President Joe Biden was sworn in on January 20, 2021, the federal government’s debt stood at $27,751,896,236,414.77.
When his first year in office ended on January 20, 2022, it stood at $29,867,021,509,573.92.
That means that during Biden’s first 12 months in office, the federal debt grew by more than $2 trillion — or $2,115,125,273,159.15 to be exact.
How do you put that in perspective?
The United States of America had existed
Sunday, January 30, 2022
Is Democracy Dying or America Disintegrating?
Again, the American right is today routinely compared to Nazis, fascists and Klansmen. Why would good liberal Democrats accept an electoral victory and future rule by Nazis and fascists rather than seek to overturn it, by whatever means necessary?
“What do we mean by the Revolution? The war? That was no part of the revolution; it was only an effect and consequence of it. The revolution was in the minds of the people.”
What did John Adams mean when he wrote this to Thomas Jefferson in 1815, after both had served as president?
Adams was saying that America, the country that took up arms and fought for its independence from the British, was already a nation — before 1775.
America preexisted the Constitution, Adams is saying. America had
Saturday, January 29, 2022
Friday, January 28, 2022
Thursday, January 27, 2022
Chinese Bats Already Infected
New coronavirus strain found
Chinese scientists have warned of “a potential bio-safety threat” presented by a new strain of coronavirus, which, subject to mutation, may be passed from animals to humans and cannot be “cross-neutralized” by Covid-targeting antibodies.
The researchers, most of whom come from Wuhan University, “unexpectedly found” that the
Wednesday, January 26, 2022
Mayor Beetlejuice is the #1 most likely contender to succeed Justice Breyer and has already started packing
Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer retires and gives President Biden an opening he has pledged to fill by naming the first Black woman to the high court.
By Associated Press Updated Jan 26, 2022, 11:31am CST
Associate Justice Stephen Breyer, appointed by President Bill Clinton, sits with fellow Supreme Court justices for a group portrait at the Supreme Court Building in Washington, Friday, Nov. 30, 2018. J. Scott Applewhite/AP
WASHINGTON — Liberal Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer is retiring, giving President Joe Biden an opening he has pledged to fill by naming the first Black woman to the high court, two sources told The Associated Press Wednesday.
Breyer, 83, has been a pragmatic force on
Tuesday, January 25, 2022
Unfortunately, we have not seen the end of BLM!
$125,000 for what?
Finance Committee rejects settlement tied to allegations of police wrongdoing
Lenora Bonds’ son Terrence Harris was shot to death by three CPD officers in 2013 after Bonds called 911 to report her son was threatening her with two knives. A sergeant — who had received crisis intervention training — arrived, and was stabbed in the face, a lawyer for the city said.
By Fran Spielman Jan 24, 2022, 4:45pm CST
Chicago Public Safety Headquarters. Getty
City Council members were harshly criticized for signing off on a $5 million settlement to the family of Laquan McDonald — before a lawsuit had even been filed — without asking tough enough questions or seeing the incendiary shooting video.
The Finance Committee and the City Council voted for the settlement in April 2015. And Council members have spent the last six years questioning every police misconduct settlement that comes before them during closed-door briefings and public
Monday, January 24, 2022
Beetlejuice for judge
Mayor Beetlejuice just returned from D.C. where she spoke to everyone and anyone that would listen; about how she would really make a good judicial appointment for that opening on the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals.
This is the most racist article ever printed in a newspaper,,,,,very poor taste
Burying history to protect white people’s feelings won’t work and misplaced blame won't work either
Ron DeSantis and his GOP allies are pushing a bill in the Florida legislature that would prohibit public schools and private businesses from teaching or training about racism in ways that make white people squirm.
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Those poor, wittle babies.
Their feelings are hurting. Some poor, wittle
All Bad and Incompetent
What’s next for CPS-CTU?
After three battles in three years, the relationship between Mayor Lori Lightfoot and the Chicago Teachers Union is beyond repair. What happens next is anyone’s guess.
By Nader Issa@NaderDIssa Jan 23, 2022, 1:31pm CST
Because of labor strife CPS families have endured multiple interruptions to their children’s education throughout Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s time in office. Getty
Anyone who has followed Chicago Public Schools in recent years knows Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s relationship with the Chicago Teachers Union is beyond repair.
When the mayor accuses teachers of holding their students “hostage” by demanding safer working conditions, and the union president calls the mayor “relentlessly stupid” — two moments that made you cringe during their latest standoff this month — it’s clear there’s little chance of reconciliation.
But with bitter disputes having interrupted all three school years the mayor has been in office — leading to 16 missed school days, countless postponed
Sunday, January 23, 2022
The Covid Deception Is a Power Grab
The Covid Deception Is a Power Grab
Paul Craig Roberts
In a recent interview with Geopolitics & Empire — https://guadalajarageopolitics.com/2022/01/18/paul-craig-roberts-it-may-well-be-the-end-of-the-world/ — Hrvoje Moric asked me if there was an explanation for the uniformity of countries’ Covid policies with even the “free world” shutting down civil liberties with tyrannical lockdowns, mask, vaccine, and passport mandates, and falsified pandemic and death data. I said it looked very much like a conspiracy but that I did not understand how such a far-flung conspiracy could have been organized and wondered if it was simply stupidity and lemmings following lemmings over the cliff. If I had read prior to the interview Kees Van Der Pijl’s new book, States of Emergency (Clarity Press, 2022, https://www.amazon.com/States-Emergency-Keeping-Global-Population/dp/1949762483/ref=sr_1_1?crid=2BSTKPISXM0JT&keywords=States+of+Emergency&qid=1642866367&s=books&sprefix=states+of+emergency%2Cstripbooks%2C81&sr=1-1), I would have had a better answer.
Kees Van Der Pijl, an author of distinction, writes that the global ruling class or oligarchy used Covid-19 to seize power by declaring a state of global emergency. He explains that the Information Technology revolution by creating a global information and communication system was ushering in a social transformation inimical to the oligarchy’s hegemony over society. In order to stop this transformation, the global elite used lockdowns, mandates, censorship and controlled narratives to seize control over populations.
Van Der Pijl makes a cogent argument. He shows that the “pandemic” is a political emergency, not a medical one. Its purpose was to suppress populations and transition to an authoritarian state and social structure. The elites’ abandonment of class compromise resulted in populist movements against elite control. To prevent a revolutionary force from emerging, a “Covid crisis” was used to advance authoritarianism and override objections from the people and from independent medical scientists. The orchestrated “pandemic” provided perfect cover for establishing a surveillance society on the basis of medical emergency without having to use overt violence.
The “Covid Pandemic” emerges as the most threatening example to date of Disaster Capitalism in which catastrophes are orchestrated in order to advance economic and political agendas.
Van Der Pijl believes that the global elite’s power seizure will fail. It is too counterfactual and affects elite interests differently, giving rise to conflicts within the global oligarchy. He says that as it becomes clear that we have been deceived, the elite and their institutions will lose authority, and the path will be clear for a better and more open democratic society.
Van Der Pijl has provided us with a very interesting and eye-opening book. If his book is widely read, people will gain immunity to the self-serving narratives of the global elite.
Saturday, January 22, 2022
Push for anal swab testing in US, it's for the greater good
Congressman Adam Schiff likes this and figures that if Americans have put up with everything so far, they will go along
Schiff is introducing a bill mandating the "Schiff test"
China brings back anal swab testing for Covid before Winter Olympics begin
- 10:13 ET, Jan 21 2022
- Updated: 10:28 ET, Jan 21 2022
CHINA has brought back its "undignified" anal Covid swabs just two weeks before the Beijing Winter Olympics begin.
The Communist regime claims the virus test — which involves inserting
Another Breach of Duty by Kim Foxx
Chicago State Attorney refuses to prosecute State Inspector seen on video groping female business owner
CHICAGO, IL – The Cook County State Attorney has declined to prosecute a former State Inspector for groping several female business owners in the city of Chicago.
While it may not be unusual if there was no evidence, in at least one of the cases, the act was caught on video.
Jose Guillen was the only inspector for the Illinois Department of Agriculture for the Cook County area in Chicago which meant if you owned a business, you could not operate it without his approval.
This was allegedly something he loved to hang over the heads of the women business owners who’s livelihood rest in his hands.
According to the owner of Aeslin Pup Hub, a doggy daycare in Bucktown, she was the subject of two different business inspections at the hands of Guillen. Not only was her business inspected for approval to operate, but Guillen also physically inspected the owner’s body which was caught on camera.
The business owner, Leah Bindig, reported that she had been groped by Guillen to CBS News in July of 2021.
She made the report in hopes that the media would be able to bring her complaints to the forefront and hopefully protect other women business owners.
When the news of Bindig’s allegations broke, several other women business owners stepped up and filed similar complaints against Guillen.
Bindig reported her allegations to the Illinois Department of Agriculture which eventually terminated him after the media got involved.
Bindig also took her claims and video evidence to the Chicago Police Department with the hopes of pressing criminal charges against Guillen.
While many would believe with the video evidence that she produced and the other similar accounts from other alleged victims, the case would be a slam dunk.
Six months after the criminal case against Guillen was referred to the Cook County State Attorney’s Office, Bindig was informed that they would not be pursuing any criminal charges in the case. When CBS 2’s Megan Hickey inquired why the State Attorney’s Office was not prosecuting the case, she was told they had no comment.
Bindig was extremely upset that the State Attorney’s Office refused to pursue criminal charges in her case. She said:
“So, touching my rear end wasn’t enough? Saying inappropriate comments wasn’t enough? I mean, you know, tell me, Kim Foxx [Cook County State Attorney] like, at what point, physically – how far would he had to have gone to where you say that’s inappropriate?”
CBS has tried to interview Guillen about the story, and he has refused to speak with them. However, the media outlet was able to get ahold of a video deposition he did regarding this case.
During the deposition, Guillen was asked about touching Bindig without her consent which he disputed. He claimed that Bindig had given him some type of “nonverbal consent” to touch her. Guillen said:
“Nonverbal consent, it doesn’t exist with everybody – just in this instance.”
However, later in the same deposition, Guillen changed his account of touching Bindig and claimed that he did not intend to touch her. He said that he had lost his balance and was beginning to fall and had to touch Bindig’s buttocks to regain his balance.
From review of the store surveillance video of the incident, it does not seem likely that Guillen had lost his balance when he touches Bindig’s buttocks.
But somehow, the video evidence and the fact that Guillen changed his story on how the touching occurred was not enough to pursue criminal charges against him.
This is Leadership
‘PSEUDO WITCH HUNT’: Aaron Rodgers Talks Vax Drama, ‘When In Human History Have the Censors Been Correct?’
would be able to lead in any situation or role
Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers is ready to open up about all that vaccination drama; the reigning NFL MVP spoke with ESPN about the COVID censorship, Big Phrama and more.
“When in the course of human history has the side that’s doing the censoring and trying to shut people up and make them show papers and marginalize
Friday, January 21, 2022
Get ready for gasoline price spike and shortages
Russia Ukraine: Emergency diplomacy offers up few results.
Don't complain if you thought Biden was a good idea.
Wondering...it's just a passing thought, if capital grant money was handed out in exchange for campaign donations or some other item of value?
Projects with Madigan ties went to the front of the line for massive Rebuild Illinois initiative
The $45 billion statewide capital plan includes nearly $4 billion in projects added by a handful of the state’s most powerful politicians, including the former House speaker.
By Chuck Neubauer | Better Government Association and Sandy Bergo | Better Government Association Jan 21, 2022, 5:30am CST
Former House Speaker Michael Madigan. Ashlee Rezin / Sun-Times
For the better part of the past decade, hotel owners Jon Weglarz and Mark Weglarz fought to put a damper on the noise caused by screeching train brakes outside their Midway Airport-area properties.
Now, it appears they’ve finally succeeded — with the intervention of the Weglarz brothers’ longtime property tax lawyer, then-House Speaker Michael J. Madigan, who delivered $98 million in taxpayer money for what undoubtedly would be one of the most expensive brake jobs in history.
The Madigan-sponsored project was among nearly $4 billion in pet projects that a handful of officials inserted into the state’s largest-ever capital projects bill in 2019. Dubbed Rebuild Illinois, the package was touted as a way to advance Illinois into the 21st century, with $45 billion in infrastructure improvements, including roads, bridges and public works projects.
Through a process largely shrouded in secrecy, certain projects got pushed to the top of that list without the normal scrutiny the state gives massive public
Thursday, January 20, 2022
The Official January 6 Democratic Narrative is Starting to Unravel
By John Green
The Democrats and the propaganda ministry have tried to portray the events of January 6 as the greatest assault on democracy… in like, forever. But it seems like that narrative is starting to unravel. The unraveling began when many people began to suspect that the whole thing was a setup and started looking into it.
It wasn’t law enforcement or MSM journalists investigating -- they could be controlled. It was amateur citizen investigators using the power of the internet. Ah… the internet -- allowing average citizens to cross reference and collate a limitless sea of information. Our Founders would approve.
Citizen investigators began to identify individuals who were clearly involved in inciting the riot on January 6. But a curious number of them had not
Wednesday, January 19, 2022
Soon to be gone....because he is a man
“The department has been in a constant state of reorganization since Brown arrived, which is evidence that he has no strategy and doesn’t know what he’s doing,” one police supervisor said.
By Tom Schuba Jan 19, 2022, 5:30am CST
Following a brutal year of violence and a not-so-veiled threat to demote his top brass, Chicago Police Supt. David Brown now faces a crisis of confidence among his command staff, sources said.
Four police supervisors all raised concerns in interviews with the Chicago Sun-Times that Brown isn’t fit to serve as the city’s top cop during a
Chicago Fining Businesses for Not Checking Vaccination Status, Pursuant to Dictatorial Edict
Establishments accused of violating the order can be issued two citations for violating both BACP and Chicago
Tuesday, January 18, 2022
Beetlejuice on her first day back after Covid, hurls a racist rant in order to shore up her base
Lightfoot escalates war of words with former watchdog she inherited, then pushed out
The mayor criticized Joe Ferguson’s surprise decision to write a letter to senators considering the appointment of former Mayor Rahm Emanuel as U.S. ambassador to Japan emphatically stating that there is no evidence that Emanuel covered up the police shooting of Laquan McDonald.
By Fran Spielman Updated Jan 18, 2022, 7:17pm CST
Mayor Lori Lightfoot and former Inspector General Joe Ferguson Sun-Times files
Mayor Lori Lightfoot on Tuesday escalated her war of words with the inspector general she inherited and pushed out the door.
Lightfoot saved her sharpest words for Joe Ferguson’s surprise
The Border Crisis Is Bad, But In Mexico A Larger Crisis Looms
Most Americans don’t realize it but the Mexican state is in serious trouble, and we won’t be able to ignore it for much longer
Video footage recently surfaced on Twitter showing C4 explosives being dropped by a drone near a town in Michoacán, Mexico, reportedly by members of the Jalisco New Generation Cartel, following hours of clashes between armed groups.
In the video, a small explosion hits a woodland camp, a cluster of tents amid dense trees and dirt roads. Men scatter, running for cover. Another volley of explosives is