— COMMENT: Democrats say “Donald Trump expected to announcement tonight that he is running for president in 2024.”
— COMMENT: Democrats say “Illinois overdoses are sky high, getting worse, federal public health investigators say.”
— COMMENT: Democrats say “As Legal Challenges Loom, Illinois Democrats Could Tackle ‘SAFE-T Act’ in Veto Session This Month.”
— COMMENT: Democrats say “Illinois GOP Taking Stock, Looking to Future After ‘Very Disappointing’ Election.” Expect that Democrat plant, Libertarian plant, Green plant, Independent plant, and RINO leaders of the Illinois Republican Party (IRP) will do everything that they can a) to officially strike the individual responsibility, traditional marriage/family, right to life, immigration, Second Amendment, and equal opportunity (no race or gender preference giving) planks from the IRP platform and b) to officially dump Republican activists, candidates, elected officials, party leaders, voters, etc. who support any of the aforesaid planks.
— COMMENT: Democrats say “Supporters declare victory in workers’ rights amendment battle — but other side not ready to concede.”
— COMMENT: Democrats say “Jan. 6 panel weighs ‘next steps’ after Trump fails to show for deposition.”
— COMMENT: Democrats say “DeSantis leads Trump in Club for Growth primary polls.”
— COMMENT: Democrats say “In year’s final session, Illinois legislators set to consider changes to SAFE-T Act but likely to leave gun control, abortion for 2023.”
— COMMENT: Democrats crow about their success in getting younger people to vote for Democrats. Ever-increasingly, Democrats promise to give younger people more and more and more preference over older people.
— FRONT PAGE WITH BIG PICTURE: COMMENT: Ever-increasingly, Democrats promote LGBTQ.
— COMMENT: Ever-increasingly, Democrats encourage people who have financial problems to move to DuPage County and to stay in DuPage County. Overwhelmingly, people who have financial problems vote for Democrats.
— COMMENT: Ever-increasingly, Democrats encourage families that have mental health problems to move to DuPage County and to stay in DuPage County. Overwhelmingly, families that have mental health problems vote for Democrats.
CRAIN’S CHICAGO BUSINESS
— COMMENT: Democrats say “Workers’ Rights Amendment on verge of passage.”
— COMMENT: Democrats say “As Dems shift from victory lap to action plan, Illinois GOP surveys the damage.” Expect that Democrat plant, Libertarian plant, Green plant, Independent plant, and RINO leaders of the Illinois Republican Party (IRP) will do everything that they can a) to officially strike the individual responsibility, traditional marriage/family, right to life, immigration, Second Amendment, and equal opportunity (no race or gender preference giving) planks from the IRP platform and b) to officially dump Republican activists, candidates, elected officials, party leaders, etc. who support any of the aforesaid planks.
— COMMENT: Democrats say “Why crime didn’t pay on the campaign trail. GOP fear messaging didn’t hurt Dems statewide, but that doesn’t necessarily mean city voters won’t hold Lightfoot accountable for violence.”
KANKAKEE DAILY JOURNAL
— COMMENT: Democrats crow about their success in electing “the first LGBTQ person to represent Illinois in Congress.” Ever-increasingly, to vote for Democrats is to promote LGBTQ.
RIVER CITIES’ READER
— COMMENT: Democrats say “State Republicans Inexplicably Inept (or Unlucky) with Their Campaigns’ Finances.”
— COMMENT: Democrats say “Sauk Valley backed Darren Bailey in ways not seen since Jim Edgar’s 1994 landslide victory.”
— COMMENT: Democrats say “LaHood Drops Out of NRCC Chair Bid.”
— COMMENT: Democrats say “State Rep Tim Butler Resigning.”
— COMMENT: Democrats say “Why elections are not over until the votes are certified.”
— COMMENT: Democrats ask “Is the Trump spell breaking?”
— COMMENT: Democrats say “Anticipated Trump run expected to give Democrats a post-election boost.”
— COMMENT: Democrats say “Elmhurst’s Mazzochi Sues Vote Counters.”
— COMMENT: Democrats ask “Is Elmhurst’s Mazzochi ‘Tricking’ Voters?”
— COMMENT: Chicago Democrats use Chicago Latinos to promote illegal immigration.
— Movement to create a new state in southern Illinois gaining momentum – Kevin Bessler
— Republicans expect change in party leadership at Illinois statehouse. – Greg Bishop (COMMENT: I should write a book about leaders of the Illinois Republican Party, DuPage County Republican Central Committee, and Milton Township Republican Organization since 2000 who have demonstrated their hatred against conservatives the most. Of course, I would focus on those who have taken the most/biggest adverse actions against me.
— COMMENT: Democrats say “Illinois’ election the most contested in two decades.” – Andrew Hensel
CENTER SQUARE ILLINOIS
— Movement to create a new state in southern Illinois gaining momentum – Kevin Bessler
COOK COUNTY RECORD
— DuPage County Clerk not properly verifying mail-in ballots, Mazzochi says in lawsuit – Jonathan Bilyk
WILL COUNTY GAZETTE
— Will County Board District 3-elect Dan Butler: “I think people were concerned that the ballots could be tampered with.”
— Illinois lawmakers should start over on the SAFE-T Act, but they won’t. Here’s what to watch for in the fall veto session and beyond – Matt Rosenberg
ILLINOIS POLICY INSTITUTE
— Pritzker spends $323M on 2 campaigns for governor
— FORBES: ILLINOIS #1 STATE PEOPLE ARE LEAVING
— VARGAS: TIME FOR ILLINOIS’ FAILED POLITICAL CONSULTANTS TO CLOSE UP SHOP
(FROM THE ARTICLE: If this were Corporate America or the Real World – where you are judged by your results, the entire IL GOP Leadership would have been
fired on Tuesday Night. Security Guards would have escorted them out of the building as they carried a box full of their personal belongings. But not in Illinois Politics. You are rewarded for a historically bad night by keeping your jobs and fancy titles. Think about that. No one is held accountable – and instead, they blame Donald Trump. Do what the Democrats do and blame Donald Trump. It’s time for an entirely new IL GOP – from top to bottom. Will you join me?)
— COMMENT: Democrats say “Morning briefing”
— COMMENT: Democrats say “Post-campaign notebook.”
— COMMENT: Democrats say “Proft offers an explanation.”
— COMMENT: Democrats say “Abortion news coverage roundup.”
— COMMENT: Democrats say “Workers’ Rights Amendment has more than enough votes to pass.”
— COMMENT: Democrats say “Republicans assess the damage.”
— Twitter ends free employee lunches after Elon Musk said each meal cost $400 – Matt Delaney
— Lame-duck Congress creates window for legalizing Dreamers – Stephen Dinan
— Damn the torpedoes: Hard-charging Trump ready to again take on the political establishment – Susan Ferrechio
— Toxic Trump must leave the stage – Cal Thomas
— Time for the GOP to ditch Donald Trump – David Keene
— The critical race theory battle takes another turn – Max Eden
— Republicans aim to turn ESG into 2024 liability for Democrats – Zachary Halaschak
WASHINGTON FREE BEACON
— ‘We Have Rewritten the Political Map’: How the GOP Turned Florida Into a Red State – Collin Anderson
ACCURACY IN MEDIA
— TV dramas make mockeries of themselves to vilify Republicans – Ella Carroll-Smith
— The 2022 Mid-Terms Exposed the Existence of Two Americas and the Overwhelming Importance of the 2024 Election – Steve McCann
— Racial Preferences: An Engine of Resentment – Robert Weissberg
— New Yorkers to Pay ‘At Least’ $600M for Illegal Immigration Influx – JOHN BINDER
— Most New Yorkers Say Stopping Illegal Immigration is Top Priority, Not Amnesty for Illegal Aliens – JOHN BINDER
— Six Republican Candidates Lost After Democrats Spent $40M Boosting Them in Primary – WENDELL HUSEBØ
(FROM THE ARTICLE: Democrat Governors Association dropped $35 million for Trump-endorsed state Sen. Darren Bailey. Gov. J.B Pritzker (D) defeated Bailey Tuesday by about ten points. Bailey won the GOP primary over Jesse Sullivan by about 42 points.)
— NYC To Spend More Than Half A Billion Dollars Supporting Illegal Migrants – JENNIE TAER
— ‘I don’t think there’s enough votes’: Biden pulls back midterm promise – DIANA GLEBOVA
— Ted Cruz Blames Mitch McConnell For GOP Midterm Losses – Henry Rodgers
— Parents’ Opposition to Wokeness Produces Notable Victories in School Board Elections – Jarrett Stepman
— Collegiate Alumni Donations: What Are We Giving To? – Adam Novak (COMMENT: How fast/far has the college that you graduated from moved to the left, that is, how fast/far has it become an arm of the Democrat, Libertarian, and Green parties? I graduated from NIU in 1970, Loyola in 1976, DePaul in 1980, and IIT in 1997. I should write a book about how fast/far they have moved to the left.)
— ‘The Center Is Vanishing’: Two Americas Form As Political Chasm Grows – Julie Hartman (COMMENT: Ever-increasingly, Democrats pit those who are non-White, female, younger, poor, LGBTQ, liberal, moderate, non-Christian, non-Protestant, non-Italian American, non-German American, those whose ancestors have not been in America for a long time, and citizens of foreign countries AGAINST those who are White, male, older, non-poor, heterosexual, conservative, Christian, Protestant, Italian American, German American, those whose ancestors have been in America for a long time, and citizens of America.)
— Socialism Destroyed My Country. It Can Destroy America Too. – Melissa Da Gama (COMMENT: What percent of illegals want socialism? Overwhelmingly, those who want socialism need/want massive government assistance, blame others for their problems, are easily manipulated/dominated, and are non-White, female, younger, LGBTQ, non-married, non-Protestant, lack education, lack job skills, have severe financial problems, have severe health problems, and/or have criminal records. Beyond overwhelmingly, those who are the aforesaid vote for Democrats.)
— Republicans 1 Seat Away From House Majority – Zachary Stieber and Caden Pearson
— GOP Loses Four State Chambers, Capping Worst Midterm Flop by Minority Party in 90 Years – John Haughey
— A Step Toward National Suicide? – Conrad Black
— Now Is The Time To Boot Failed GOP Leaders, Not Bicker About Trump Vs. DeSantis – JOHN DANIEL DAVIDSON
— Suburban Saint Louis Voters Reject Drag Shows At Libraries And Schools By 40-Point Margin – JOY PULLMANN
— The ‘Whiteness’ Smear Is Really An Attack On Private Life, Relationships, And Universal Values. Identity politics aims to humiliate ‘whites’ by constantly accusing them of their presumed ancestors’ role in things they didn’t do themselves. – STELLA MORABITO
— DeSantis Should Try Again for Universal E-Verify – JASON RICHWINE
— The Magnitude of the GOP Midterm Debacle – JIM GERAGHTY
— Hold the GOP Establishment Accountable
— DC Republicans still haven’t learned a thing – KEITH NAUGHTON
— COMMENT: Democrats say “Billionaire Ken Griffin hopes ‘three-time’ loser Trump steps aside.”
— COMMENT: Democrats say “Lesbians score big political gains in midterm elections’ rainbow wave.” Ever-increasingly, to vote for Democrats is to promote LGBTQ.
— COMMENT: Democrats say “Republicans’ post-election disarray goes from bad to worse.”
— COMMENT: Democrats say “White House adviser says painting MAGA Republicans as ‘extremists’ helped Democrats to midterms success.” I should write a book about those who have worked the hardest to paint me as being an extremist. I would focus on past and present a) Republican candidates on ballots in my precinct and their political consultants, major donors, fundraisers, pollsters, campaign managers, staff members, and volunteers; b) Republican elected officials and party leaders in Wheaton, Milton Township, DuPage County; and Illinois; c) Republican activists; d) Republican conservative leaders; and e) Republican religious leaders.
NEW YORK TIMES
— COMMENT: Democrats say “Republicans One Seat Away From Control of House.”
— COMMENT: Democrats say “Republicans Appear on Track to Take the House. Democrats are falling short of their targets in key races in California and Arizona.”
— COMMENT: Democrats say “Trump Wanted I.R.S. Investigations of Foes.”
— COMMENT: Democrats say “Republicans Pushing to Move Past Trump Face One Big Obstacle: His Voters.” Expect that ever-increasingly, hate-filled Trump-hating Republican Party leaders will get rid of Republican Party leaders who do not hate Trump.
— COMMENT: Democrats promote hatred against Pence.
— COMMENT: Democrats say “As G.O.P. Hopefuls Fade, Voter Fraud Claims Grow.”
— COMMENT: Democrats say “Trump Is Weak, but the G.O.P. Is Weaker.”
— COMMENT: In your school district, what percent of the parents are a) anti-White, b) anti-male, c) anti-older people, d) anti-heterosexual, e) traditional marriage and family, f) anti-wealth, g) anti-gun ownership, h) anti-Christian, i) anti-Protestant, j) anti-Italian American and anti-German American, k) anti-those whose ancestors have been in America for a long time, l) anti-conservative, m) anti-patriotism, n) anti-Republican, and/or o) anti-American?
NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
— COMMENT: Democrats say “Mayor Adams says feds, state must reimburse NYC for migrant crisis now that campaign season is over.”
— COMMENT: Democrats say “Democrats spent millions boosting ultra-right candidates in midterms. The strategy worked.” I should write a book about the success that anti-conservatives in Illinois have had in getting many conservative candidates to run in Republican primaries a) to split the conservative vote and b) elect anti-conservative candidates.)
— COMMENT: Democrats say “Auto Industry Sets New Standard for Diversity.” My hope for a successful career in the auto industry ended in 1971 when I was 22 years old when I was 22 years old when Oldsmobile withdrew a job offer that I had accepted saying that it has just agreed to stop hiring Whites to settle an EEOC complaint.)
— COMMENT: Democrats say “Demographics Will End Republicans.” Ever-increasingly, Democrats succeed in replacing those who have demographics that vote for Republicans with those who have demographics that vote for Democrats.
ATLANTA JOURNAL CONSTITUTION
— COMMENT: Democrats say “Election shows most parents content with child’s public school.”
— COMMENT: Democrats say “Companies like Starbucks and Chipotle are paying hourly employees’ college tuition.” (COMMENT: My Democrat Post Office, Firestone Stores, IRS, and GAO superiors, supervisors, coworkers, and subordinate always hinted/implied/argued/shouted that because the aforesaid employers did not reimburse the tuition that I paid for college courses, the courses that I took a) did not relate to my job duties, b) did not help me carry out my job duties, c) were taken by me to get a job in the private sector, d) were taken by me to qualify myself for a new trade or business, and/or e) were a distraction. I took undergraduate business courses at UIC and NIU while I worked for the Post Office 1966-1969. I took graduate business courses at UIC and Loyola while I worked for Firestone Stores and IRS 1971-1976. I took graduate accounting courses while I worked for IRS and GAO 1976-1980. I took graduate finance courses while I worked for GAO 1992-1997.)
— COMMENT: Democrats have declared a Second Civil War against Republicans. Ever-increasingly, Democrats a) paint themselves as having been the Union in the first Civil War and b) paint Republicans as having been the Confederacy in the first Civil War.
— COMMENT: How soon, if not already, will employers a) officially stop hiring those who do not promote LGBTQ and b) officially get rid of their employees who do not promote LGBTQ?
— COMMENT: Democrat say “With new legal attacks, affirmative action must be defended.” My critics/opponents, their operatives, and their dupes a) reject the equal opportunity (no race or gender based preference giving) plank in the Republican Party platform or b) pretend that they reject that plank to curry favor with those who are minority, female, and/or younger. I should write a book about my critics/opponents, their operatives, and their dupes.
— Voters Worry About Election Cheating, Don’t Trust Mail-In Voting