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Thursday, September 20, 2018
Doug Jameson frets over the way Illinois has become different from virtually every other state in the country.
Doug Jameson insists there is no gray area about the way Mike Madigan operates and how the longtime Democratic House Speaker invests in Democratic candidates.
Illinois has been home to the second slowest annual income growth in the country over the last decade, coming in at less than half of the national average of 1.6 percent.
The way Dwight Kay sees it, the state of Illinois has lost the right to call itself a democratic society due to the policies of House Speaker Mike Madigan (D-Chicago).
Belleville West senior star E.J. Liddell has trimmed his list of possible college choices to a final three.
Jason Plummer’s run for the 54th Senate District seat is all about providing an independent voice in Springfield.
Dwight Kay dreams of an Illinois where the will of the people is truly honored and respected.
Doug Jameson wonders what became of common sense and deductive reasoning.
It makes perfect sense to Republican state House candidate Dwight Kay that lawmakers in Springfield have had such a hard time getting the state back on track.
Jirehl Brock bulled his way to 236 yards and four touchdowns to lead Quincy in a 42-23 win over host Belleville East.
Republican state Senate candidate Jason Plummer sees these as perilous times for Illinois.
Doug Jameson believes that many residents fear Illinois’ growing pension debt crisis is on the verge of getting worse.
Dwight Kay doesn’t see how Illinois can survive on its current path.
Dwight Kay can only see good things coming from Chicago Public School (CPS) system employees exerting the freedoms he argues have been denied to them for far too long.
Twin brothers Nic and Sam Horner have every reason to want to follow in their father’s footsteps.
Republican candidate Mike Babcock blames House Speaker Mike Madigan (D-Chicago) for Illinois being labeled as the “least accommodating state in the country” for small business owners.
Jason Plummer feels a twinge of envy every time he compares the way business is done in Illinois with several of its neighboring states.
Republican House candidate Dwight Kay sees the imminent danger in the way Illinois lawmakers treat the state's business community.
After 35 years and more than 700 career wins, Mike Waldo is returning to the sidelines at his Southern Illinois University Edwardsville (SIUE) alma mater.
Doug Jameson is working hard trying to get Illinois voters to channel their anger into action.