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Friday, November 25, 2022

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Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot stripped my press credentials—I’m suing to get them back

By William J. Kelly, New York Post It’s been three months since Chicago Mayor Lightfoot stripped me of my Chicago media credentials. I’m still waiting...

Di Leo: Who Are Today’s Political Parties? What Do They Want?

By John F. Di Leo -  In the 1996 film, "Independence Day," the President of the United States attempts to communicate with a representative of...

Di Leo: Crime and Consequences: A Holiday Tale

By John F. Di Leo -  What does crime cost? Big question, I know. But as we have just finished up one of the worst years...

Di Leo: Schooling, Safety, and Reality in the Age of Covid

By John F. Di Leo -  The Chicago Public Schools have been closed for about a year now, but they finally got a deal.  Wonder of...

Di Leo: A Free Economy, from Door to Door and from Coast to Coast

By John F. Di Leo -  When I was growing up in Chicago’s northern suburbs, one of our local heroes was the late, great...

Di Leo: The Message of Baltimore is the Lesson of a Century

By John F. Di Leo -  The President referred to Baltimore, MD as "a hellhole," and the nation erupted in anger. Within hours, snowflakes whined that...

Di Leo: Of Drugs and Thugs and Pipe-Bomb Scares, Of Caravans and Kings

By John F. Di Leo -  In the news this week – just two weeks out from a critically important midterm election – the news...


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