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Op-Ed: The agenda hidden inside a top-notch DuPage County high school

During this spring 2022 semester, I substitute taught full-time at Neuqua Valley High School in Naperville. The students were mostly well behaved, the staff mostly friendly and the school itself was state of the art. Opened in 1997 it was one of the most expensive high schools in Illinois at the time. It boasts an impressive engineering department, an excellent theater, classes for multiple foreign languages, and other top academic programs.

DeVore to discuss Illinois’ “Un-SAFE Act” in Rockford Saturday

The public is invited to hear Republican Attorney General candidate Tom DeVore explain the controversial SAFE-T ACT at the Stockholm Inn in Rockford on Saturday October 22 at 5:00 pm. The event is the Winnebago County stop on DeVore’s “Safe-T Act Tour.”

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.

Four Illinois women tell why they reject Pritzker’s unlimited abortion dream

CHICAGO - Monday, the Illinois Right to Life organization released a 1 minute, 40-second ad featuring four Illinois women rejecting Governor JB Pritzker's proud...

Gryder questions Underwood: Where do you stand on SAFE-T Act?

In Illinois' 14th CD, U.S. Rep Lauren Underwood refuses to condemn the SAFE-T Act, and Republican challenge Scott Gryder wants to know why. 

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...

Villa Park school board violated Open Meetings Act, DuPage judge rules

Concerned parents won a lawsuit last week against the Villa Park school district that closed the door to public participation in meetings, refusing to read comments submitted by concerned parents during meetings.

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