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A 1-Year-Old Child Among 18 Dead, 47 Wounded During One Weekend Of Chicago Shootings

Two children and a teenager were among 18 people who were reportedly shot and killed in Chicago over the weekend amid calls from activists to defund police departments, according to a Monday report. The shootings bring Chicago’s homicide totals to 300 so far in 2020, the Chicago Sun-Times reported Monday morning. The city didn’t hit that death toll last year ...

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‘Total And Complete Victory:’ Illinois Governor Withdraws Worship Restrictions

The governor of Illinois has withdrawn restrictions on religious services amid the coronavirus pandemic following lawsuits from the Thomas More Society. The nonprofit law firm hailed Democratic Illinois Gov. JB Pritzker’s Thursday announcement as a victory after the governor said he would remove mandates on Illinois churches requiring no more than 10 or more people to be present at services. ...

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All Bars And Restaurants In Ohio, Illinois To Close Due To Coronavirus Pandemic

The governors of Ohio and Illinois announced Sunday that they will sign orders closing all bars and restaurants in their states to curb the spread of coronavirus. Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine announced that his order will close all bars and restaurants in the state indefinitely starting at 9 p.m. Sunday. Establishments will still be able to provide carry-out and delivery ...

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4 Chicago-area manufacturing companies charged with knowingly hiring illegal aliens

CHICAGO — Four operators of a suburban Chicago manufacturing company were charged in federal court Friday with knowingly hiring and harboring illegal aliens. The complaint and arrests were announced by U.S. Attorney John R. Lausch Jr., Northern District of Illinois and Special Agent in Charge James M. Gibbons, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI). The U.S. ...

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Illinois Becomes 11th State To Legalize Recreational Marijuana

Democratic Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker signed legislation to legalize the use and sale of marijuana Tuesday, according to a press release from NORML, a company “working to reform marijuana laws.” Illinois residents who are 21 and older will be able to legally have up to 30 grams of marijuana, and out-of-staters can have up to 15 grams at a time. ...

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Watch: President Trump holds MAGA rally in Murphysboro, Illinois – 10/27/18

President Donald Trump holds a Make America Great Again rally in Murphysboro, Illinois Saturday afternoon in support of Rep. Peter Roskam who is in a close race with Democrat challenger Sean Casten. Roskam has an ultra-slim 1-point lead in the only poll taken of the race. The survey was held in early September and does not reflect the “Kavanaugh Effect” or the bad optics ...

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President Trump to Hold MAGA rally in Illinois Saturday

President Donald Trump will hold a Make America Great Again rally in Murphysboro, Illinois Saturday afternoon in support of Rep. Peter Roskam who is in a close race with Democrat challenger Sean Casten. Roskam has an ultra-slim 1-point lead in the only poll taken of the race. The survey was held in early September and does not reflect the “Kavanaugh ...

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ICE arrests 156 criminal aliens and immigration violators during Operation Keep Safe in Chicago area

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Federal officers with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) arrested 156 criminal aliens and immigration violators in the Chicago metropolitan area during a six-day enforcement action, which ended Thursday. During this operation, ERO deportation officers made arrests in the following 37 communities:  Addison, Arlington Heights, Aurora, Bartlett, Berkley, Berwyn, Blue Island, Bolingbrook, Bridgeview, Burbank, Carol ...

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Gun Rights Advocates Score Victory With Latest Illinois Supreme Court Ruling

  by Nick Givas The Illinois Supreme Court rejected a state ban on possessing a firearm within 1000 feet of a public park Thursday and said parks do not fall under the scope of “sensitive places,” Reason reports. The state argued possessing a firearm near public parks should be illegal under the District of Columbia v. Heller Supreme Court decision. Heller established certain areas ...

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Illinois: A debacle of Democrat Rule and Ruin

People of Illinois, how do you like living in a state experiencing a severe financial crisis?  Well, that’s where you live and that’s what Democrats have brought you – the worst bond rating in the nation and over $15 billion in debt. Democrats overtax to overspend to buy votes. That is the Democrat’s losing game, and it is better to ...

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President Obama’s Farewell Address [Live Stream]

Barack Obama farewell speech 01-10-17

President Barack Obama will bid farewell to the White House, but not Washington D.C., in his farewell address from his adopted hometown of Chicago, Illinois. Foregoing the traditional speech from the Oval Office or East Room, Obama is returning to the Windy City to offer a progressive vision of the future to offer hope to his liberal extremist ideologues who ...

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Illinois Senate Passes Redefinition of Marriage Bill

SPRINGFIELD, Nov. 5, 2013 /Christian Newswire/ — The Thomas More Society, which has been at the forefront in defending traditional marriage in Illinois, issued the following statement on House passage of Senate Bill-10’s redefinition of marriage: “While we believe it regrettable that Illinois legislators have now purported to redefine marriage as something different from the union of one man and ...

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Illinois to allow concealed carry

concealed carry in Illinois

The land of Lincoln will finally join all other U.S. states in allowing its citizens to carry concealed handguns after the Illinois legislature overrode a Governor’s veto by a wide margin. The State Senate voted 41-17 to override Gov. Pat Quinn’s ill-conceived and unconstitutional veto of an earlier bill allowing citizens to carry handguns outside of their homes. The House ...

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IL Rep Mike Bost erupts over change in Concealed Carry bill

Illinois State Rep. Mike Bost goes ballistic on the Illinois House Floor, outraged that Democrats tried to sneak in an Amendment to the Concealed Carry Bill “…your side of the aisle keeps trying to make ploys instead of dealing with the real issue. Keep playing games!” A Democrat Replies: “We don’t want someone like that carrying a concealed weapon.” From ...

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Chicago Teachers Union President: ‘Off With Their Heads!’

Oh, the tolerance that oozes from the hypocritical leftists! Chicago Teachers Union President Karen Lewis giving the keynote speech at the Illinois Labor History Society’s 2012 Union Hall of Honor, where she talks about the 19th Century Union leaders being “ready to kill” those who opposed the unions in that day. When someone claps, she seems to get a bit ...

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