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There was no mention of this lucky break for the former first family of Illinois in the rush of reporting about the Blagojevich indictment.
As a result of his alleged misdeeds, the government wants Blago's Chicago home, a condo he owns in DC, and the real gold mine -- his campaign funds.
The clubs played a role in shaping the city of Chicago over the past 140 years, helping transform a rough-and-tumble prairie town to a sophisticated and still rough-and-tumble world city.
We have a long track record of political disasters in this state, and the folks on the inside need to be taught that the people of Illinois have had enough. We don't need more promises of reform.
Ponzi schemers are only the worst of the class of corporate fraudsters that squeezed every nickel out of their countrymen. This is America. Justice is the credo. These people must be punished.
He's getting six figures to tell us what really happened when he didn't, he swears, do any of the things that the rest of the world seems to believe he did. A fairly cushy bully pulpit, with no one interrupting to ask embarrassing questions.
As a publisher who believes that there is more than one fascinating story here, I am puzzled as to why we have been made part of the story.
If the Cubs win the World Series this year, thus halting and reversing the space-time continuum, do we have to pay Mayor Daley's latest property tax increase?
It seems like we are living in an alternate political reality divorced from what was previously known, understood, practical, and possible simply a year ago.
Using the Obama model of building a strong grassroots base, Feigenholtz has tapped into the social media playbook with a profile on Facebook and updates on Twitter.
300 million dollars to develop automobile prototype that runs on stem cells (Ford Fetus? Chrysler Le Zygote? GMC Blastula?). Pro-Choice=Pro-Environment.
The Bachelor's producers found out they needed a decent, authentic man with complex emotions and a penchant for real commitment to generate renewed interest in the show.
Presidents Lincoln and Obama notwithstanding, aren't we supposed to grade Illinois politicians on a curve? They get an asterisk next to their names like steroid-filled baseball players.
It's time for an A-Rod-like press conference but with some substantive answers and a set of assurances about Burris' political future.
What have we heard from Bobby Rush lately as Burris amends his increasingly unbelievable denial of pay to play?