In Illinois, the idea of “compromise” has become synonymous with “passing the buck.” Whether it was former governors Jim Edgar, George Ryan, Rod Blagojevich or Pat Quinn, politicians always seem to have ended up striking deals with House Speaker Mike...
Today, Illinois Democrats made clear that their partisan agenda is more important than the future of our state.   Despite being given the opportunity to set our state on the right path, Democrats in the Illinois House and Senate refused to...
Steve Balich Editor Note:     Illinois is taxing its' citizens out of the State. Public Sector Pensions are unsustainable. Yet our leaders want to burden the broken out of cash system with more immigrants getting all sorts of...
Lawmakers blame poor policy decisions for Illinois' near-worst income growth By Michael Carroll | Illinois News Network Jun 23, 2017 Shutterstock photo ILLINOIS NEWS NETWORK Nearly every state in the union has outpaced the rate of personal income growth in Illinois...
By Dan Ptoft 11/14/2016 Trump won 91 of Illinois' 102 counties to Romney's 79. This should be noted by ILGOPers who suggest and behave as if Trump is the name that shan't be spoken: we can't lead the revolt from...
August IDES report shows 22,000 people dropped out of the workforce, and 4,400 manufacturing jobs were lost. The Illinois workforce shrank by 22,000 people in August, according to a new report by the Illinois Department of Employment Security, or IDES....
WHY THESE ILLINOIS HOUSE DEMOCRATS VOTED AGAINST MADIGAN’S BUDGET BILL KEVIN HOFFMAN REBOOT STAFF MAY 26, 2016 2467 1   During a rancorous vote Wednesday night, Illinois House Democrats passed Speaker Michael Madigan’s $7.2 billion out-of-balance budget plan. The 63-53-1 vote came amid vehement protest from...
5 years ago today I traveled with Charlie Kirk to the Fox News Studio in downtown Chicago. Charlie was preparing for his big national TV moment with Neil Cavuto,  this was his first solo national TV interview. And he blew everyone...
Illinois House Speaker Mike Madigan’s insistence that Chicago Public Schools receive more than its fair share of state education funding is putting any stopgap budget deal at risk.   With the chance for a full-year 2017 budget deal all but dead,...
Janus v. AFSCME: A Case to Protect Public Employees’ First Amendment Rights BREAKING NEWS: National Right to Work Foundation Asks Supreme Court to take Janus v. AFSCME With their billion dollar forced dues machine, Big Labor has managed to hold an...

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