Showing posts with label Political. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Political. Show all posts

Saturday, December 14, 2019

Another male fired by Lightfoot..Won't explain why but leaked the words ethical concerns.......

Lightfoot dumps longtime City Hall spokesman Bill McCaffrey amid ethics dispute
The 15-year City Hall veteran raised ethical concerns with the new mayor’s office shortly before he was fired, a source close to McCaffrey said.

By Mitchell Armentrout@mitchtrout Dec 14, 2019, 12:34pm CST
City Hall, 121 N. LaSalle St. Colin Boyle/Sun-Times

Longtime City Hall spokesman Bill McCaffrey was fired Friday after raising ethical concerns with Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s office.

A source close to the ex-spokesman told the Chicago Sun-Times McCaffrey was abruptly escorted out of the city Law Department office, where he worked as the $126,504-per-year public affairs

Rep. Doug Collins compares Democrats to 'petulant children'

Friday, December 13, 2019

Boris Johnson hails 'new dawn' after historic victory

Will soon take Britain out of EU on his terms

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Boris Johnson has promised to deliver Brexit and repay the trust of voters after he led the Conservatives to an "historic" general election win.
The prime minister - who has met the Queen to ask to form a new government - has

Wednesday, December 4, 2019

Hillary Clinton Suffers Coughing Spell

Hillary Clinton Suffers Coughing Spell in Howard Stern Interview

Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton coughs during a Labor Day rally September 5, 2016 in Cleveland, Ohio. Hillary Clinton launched the home stretch of her US presidential bid aiming to solidify her advantages over rival Donald Trump, with both candidates converging on working-class Ohio as ground zero of their 2016 …
Failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton suffered a lengthy coughing spell Wednesday in an interview with Sirius/XM radio talk show host Howard Stern.
After discussing the 2020 campaign race, and the difficulties of social media, Clinton started coughing as Stern continued speaking.
As she continued coughing, Stern paused and said, “I feel like I need to give you a cough drop or something … you OK?”
“I got one,” Clinton croaked.
Stern recalled her coughing was also the subject of speculation during the campaign, leading people to speculate about her health.
“I was dying,” Clinton said in a sarcastic raspy voice as she kept coughing, joking, “I thought I would come on and cough some more.”
The coughing spell lasted about three minutes, as she continued.
At another point in the interview, Clinton struggled again with a coughing fit.
“You want some water?” Stern asked.
“I got some water, yeah,” she replied.
Listen to the audio below:

War on men?

is it my imagination or does the mayor get into publicly bashing men?

  • first there was the limo driver
  • then it was Ed Burke
  • then it was Ted Cruz
  • then it was Superintendent Johnson
each of this men have been subjected to over the top public scathings

Who's next ?

She gave a secret speech! No reporters allowed!

Who’s-who of women in Chicago politics pack fundraiser for Lightfoot PAC and hear the secret speech
Aldermen who voted with Mayor Rahm Emanuel got support from a super PAC created to re-elect Emanuel and boost his City Council majority. Now, Lightfoot is following suit — and will have plenty of money to throw around.

By Fran Spielman Dec 3, 2019, 3:08pm CST

A victorious Lori Lightfoot on election night in April. Like the man she replaced, Lightfoot has started a political action committee to boost both her reelection, and the chances of City Council members or candidates who will support her agenda. Ashlee Rezin/Sun-Times

Mayor Lori Lightfoot will have plenty of money in the bank to scare off opponents if her City Council majority should shrink when she tries to eliminate aldermanic prerogative over zoning or is forced to raise property taxes.

A who’s-who of 400 women in Chicago and Illinois government and politics turned out in force

This is a joke

perennial  candidate
Former Chicago alderman running for top county prosecutor, why?
A former Chicago alderman who twice ran unsuccessfully for mayor of Chicago and then president of the Cook County Board has joined the ranks of candidates running against Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx.

CHICAGO - A former Chicago alderman who twice ran unsuccessfully for mayor of Chicago has joined the ranks of candidates running against Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx.

The Chicago Sun-Times reports that Bob Fioretti formally announced on Monday his bid to unseat the top prosecutor in the county that includes Chicago. He joins a field that includes two former prosecutors and a former county judge.

Foxx and her office have been criticized for how the investigation of former “Empire” actor Jussie Smollett’s report that he was the victim of a racist and homophobic attack was handled. After her communication with a relative of Smollett prompted Foxx to recuse herself from the case, the actor was charged with staging the attack before Foxx’s office abruptly dropped the charges. Now, a special prosecutor is investigating the decision to drop the charges

Friday, November 29, 2019

The Story of Frankie the Wheel

State lobbyist makes millions running video gambling company from Chicago movie studio, keep in mind he has not been charged with a crime
Also keep in mind that many of the culprits that have been caught, are trying to save their own hides by squealing like pigs. Anybody even remotely connected to any of these scandals, is going to have to answer.

Frank Cortese is a lobbyist who helped secure state grants for Cinespace Chicago Film Studios, where he now runs a gaming company that’s taken in more than $12 million over the last three years.

By Tim Novak and Robert Herguth Nov 29, 2019, 5:00am CST
Lobbyist Frank Cortese, who also runs a lucrative video gambling company. Illinois secretary of state’s office
Frank J. Cortese has spent his life in the shadows of government.

Cortese started as a “patronage guy” in the Illinois secretary of state’s office more than 30 years ago,

Tuesday, November 26, 2019

It happened in Cook County (November 2018)

Election Fraud on a National Scale?
win through any means necessary 

Dallas patriots Kevin Freeman, host of the Economic War Room on BlazeTV and Russ Ramsland, a voter fraud and election expert, have released detailed findings from a cyber/forensic investigation into election fraud utilizing compromised voting machines in 2018 (and quite probably, in the governor’s race in 2019 in Kentucky).

In summary terms, Freeman’s “Episode #70” reveals that (1) security protections in voting machines were disabled, (2) penetration and manipulation of actual vote tabulations was and is possible, and (3) evidence already exists that votes were surreptitiously, electronically manipulated to change election results.

This is the 21st century version of Stalin’s ruthless observation, “it’s not the people who vote that count, it’s the people who count the votes.” Only today’s Stalins can do it all by online penetration of unsecure ‘voting machines’ to count and alter votes, and leave almost no IT fingerprints.

Name Change

new title beginning immediately, the "19th Ward Committeepeople"
Is name change for ward bosses a breath of fresh air for Chicago’s smoke-filled rooms?
Thanks to a 2018 change in Illinois law, county parties now use gender-neutral language. The March primary will mark the first time voters choose Democratic and Republican ward and township

Friday, November 22, 2019

Read this

Elites’ contempt for America’s white middle class

In early March 2016, three months before the last Republican Party primary elections that sealed Trump’s ascendancy as the party’s presidential nominee, Politico Magazine contributing editor Michael Lind called Trump “the Perfect Populist”—”one with broader appeal to the right and the center than his predecessors in recent American political history—so much so it could put him in the White House”.
Lind was unusual among pundits in predicting Trump’s electoral victory, as according to polling data he did not have even an outside chance of winning. What catapulted Trump to the White House, to the enduring shock and disbelief of the Democratic Party, was his message of what Victor Davis Hanson in his book The Case for Trump identified as “middle-class populism”—a populism of “less government, doubt over overseas military commitments, fears of redistribution and globalization, and distrust of cultural elites.” Their distrust, Hanson maintains, fundamentally was a reaction, not a catalyst, to the elites’ contempt for the white middle class:
[S]corn for the white middle class . . . was widespread among many elites, and it ignited a

Friday, November 15, 2019

BUMPED UP: Illinois Senate President John Cullerton says he will retire in January

His sudden retirement has nothing to do with nothing, don't you know.

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. - Long-time Illinois Senate President John Cullerton announced Thursday he plans to retire.

Cullerton said he plans to leave in January, which is in the middle of his term. A spokesperson told

Tuesday, November 12, 2019

Exclusive: Michael Savage Raw and Unfiltered on Trump, Beethoven, & the Future of America

Michael Savage

Conservative radio legend Michael Savage — host of the nationally syndicated show The Savage Nation and The Savage Nation Podcast — tackles a wide variety of today’s hot button political issues, including the House Democrats’ partisan impeachment investigation and the devastating effects of illegal immigration in an exclusive interview with Breitbart News. Savage also takes a trip down memory lane, reflecting on how being the victim of affirmative action helped spawn his meteoric media career and spoke of how the intersection of art and spirituality shaped the man he is today.

Savage Warns Trump on Impeachment: Senate Republicans Cannot Be Trusted 

Monday, November 11, 2019

Ex-Clinton strategist: Don't rule out Hillary run, amidst news of Bloomberg's entrance


By Nick Givas | Fox News

Former Hillary Clinton 2008 presidential campaign chief strategist Mark Penn says that Joe Biden is a weak front-runner candidate.

There is still time for Hillary Clinton and Michael Bloomberg to enter the 2020 presidentialrace, as a field of weak candidates continues to fuel speculation of a dark horse savior, said former Clinton strategist Mark Penn on Sunday.

"There’s still a couple of days here," he said on "Sunday Morning Futures." I don’t know whether [Clinton will] look at the Michael Bloomberg thing and say, 'the field's too crowded now. I missed my opportunity,' or the opposite.

"'Wow the field's weak, I could come in. I could get 165,000 donors, I’m tied with [Joe] Biden in some

Thursday, November 7, 2019

Just another gun-control nut

Report: Michael Bloomberg Filing to Run for President

NEW YORK, NEW YORK - OCTOBER 17: Honoree Michael Bloomberg speaks onstage during the Hudson River Park Annual Gala at Cipriani South Street on October 17, 2019 in New York City. (Photo by Bryan Bedder/Getty Images for Hudson River Park)
Photo by Bryan Bedder/Getty Images for Hudson River Park

Billionaire Michael Bloomberg is preparing to file paperwork to run for president in at least one state with an early filing deadline, according to the New York Times.

Tuesday, November 5, 2019

It’s Unthinkable One of the Dems Could Be President

Under a Democrat successor, President Trump’s mixed performance in foreign policy would give way to sheer disaster.


President Trump has earned both the highest praise and severest criticism for his decisions on defense and foreign policy matters. Whether he was revoking Obama’s terrible nuclear weapons deal with Iran

Monday, October 28, 2019

I would vote for her

Jessica Taylor, Alabama congressional candidate, triggers liberals

Well, of course she does. Jessica is a pretty, conservative woman from Alabama. She’s pro-Second Amendment, pro-life and wants to protect our border. She’s everything the left hate.
Last week Jessica put out a campaign video (above) that triggered liberals. She threw a basketball behind

Saturday, October 26, 2019

Pritzker bars state officials from City Club events after federal raid

got a check for $132,000, all he had to do was pretend he didn't have any toilets

While he waits to see if he is going to be indicted for real estate tax fraud, the governor wants to make sure nobody else gets into legal hot-water.

Gov. J.B. Pritzker wants his agency heads to avoid the civic group that drew scrutiny from federal investigators earlier this year as part of a sweeping government corruption probe.

By Mitchell Armentrout@mitchtrout  Oct 25, 2019, 3:51pm CDT

Gov. J.B. Pritzker has ordered state officials to steer clear of speaking engagements at the City Club of