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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...

New York Trial Court rules against COVID shot mandate

The Supreme Court of the State of New York ruled this week that the COVID shot mandate involving former Department of Sanitation employees is “arbitrary and capricious.” In New York, the Supreme Court is the trial court, and the Court of Appeals is the state’s highest court. The court found that the shot mandate was not about safety and public health but “was about compliance,” reinstated the petitioners to full employment, and ruled they are entitled to back pay.

Thorner: New Record Set In September for Illegal Immigrant Arrests

President Joe Biden is facing fresh criticism after his administration finally released illegal immigrant apprehension numbers from September 2022, showing the number of arrests soared to a record high.

Pelosi flies into IL 06 to boost incumbent Sean Casten’s re-election

House Majority Leader Nancy Pelosi flew into the Chicago area last Friday to boost incumbent Democrat Sean Casten's re-election in Illinois' 6th Congressional District - which includes the western suburbs of Downers Grove, where the Advocate Good Samaritan Hospital is located. There Pelosi and Casten met with medical staff to discuss the importance of maintaining abortion rights. 

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...

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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