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Friday, November 25, 2022



Thorner/O’Neil: Illegal Immigration Looms Large in Mid-terms

Our officials and media sources are minimizing, even ignoring, some of the problems erupting within our nation today.  Many of our recent problems were preventable and could/should have been corrected before they escalated.  

Di Leo: Repeating History Doesn’t HAVE to be a Bad Thing…

On November 4, 1980, there was a tidal wave in American politics. Former California Governor Ronald W. Reagan won 44 states, trouncing incumbent President Jimmy Carter with a thrilling 489-49 Electoral College drubbing.

Two Florida boards rule to prohibit medical procedures on gender-questioning minors

ORLANDO, FL – Friday, the Florida Board of Medicine and Board of Osteopathic Medicine both approved a rule that would prohibit minors from receiving...

Electioneering accusations emerge in Stephenson County, IL

State Representative Andrew Chesney (R-Freeport) is calling for an immediate investigation after Democratic candidate for Stephenson County Clerk Chandra Morris, who is currently a county employee, was recorded Monday giving an interview about her campaign from inside the Clerk’s Office using County resources in connection with a prohibited political activity.

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.  

Di Leo: Lessons in Thoughtful Statesmanship

We inhabit a political moment that refuses to be taken seriously. Every attempt to take up the genuine challenges our country confronts is obstructed by a stubborn combination of crude cynicism and bitter factionalism. Every appeal to the unifying ideals of the American experience is met with ignorant ingratitude or histrionic despair. We tell the young they are inheriting a garbage heap and then are surprised they want to throw their heritage away. We tell our leaders we want entertainment and then are shocked when they behave like clowns. We confront a vacuum of civic virtue and a dearth of responsible leadership.

Di Leo: The Many Stories of the Pelosi Hammer Attack

When the news media learned that there had been a late-night break-in at Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s San Francisco mansion and even a physical attack on her husband, they jumped on the story. 


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