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Durkin resigns; Caulkins says successor not determined yet

Wednesday, Illinois House Republican Leader Jim Durkin sent out a press release declaring that he was resigning from his leadership role in the Illinois House. 

Di Leo: Have Democrats Lost Interest in the Working Man?

We grew up being told that the Democrats were the party of the working man.  

Diesel Supply Shortage Could Cripple Nation’s Economy

By Nancy Thorner -  As reported on October 24, 2022, US Has ONLY 25 DAYS OF DIESEL SUPPLY; Shortage Could Cripple Economy. And why is this...

Cato Institute gives Pritzker an “F” again

The nation’s economy was damaged by the pandemic in 2020, but it bounced back strongly and grew until the end of 2021. The rebound generated a large tax revenue increase for state governments, which also received a flood of pandemic aid from the federal government. The states used soaring revenues to expand their budgets and provide individuals and businesses with temporary or permanent tax cuts.

CDC Committee Could Likely Add COVID Shots to Childhood Vaccination Schedule

WASHINGTON, D.C. – A Center for Disease Control Prevention’s (CDC) Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) meets today and will likely vote on Thursday...

Pritzker lifts mandated weekly COVID testing for unvaccinated healthcare workers

The COVID pandemic is winding down, Gov Pritzker said Monday in a press statement, so as of today, weekly testing requirements for unvaccinated healthcare and long-term center workers will be paused until further notice.

Di Leo: Government Checks and Account Imbalances in 2022

 May Fuller held her social security check for $41.30 on October 4, 1950. AP Photo By John F. Di Leo -  Residents of numerous states are...

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