FROM ILLINOIS CENTER-LEFT LEANING SOURCES
— Democrats acknowledge that “Chicago Ald. Ray Lopez calls out Biden for not addressing migrant crisis.”
— Democrats decry that National Shooting Sports Foundation challenges new firearms marketing restrictions in Illinois claiming the law is unconstitutional and conflicts with federal law.
— Democrats say “Cook County Democrats meet on state’s attorney candidate endorsements.” I should write a book about those candidates on ballots in my precinct since 2000 who the leaders of the following endorsed in primaries: Illinois Republican Party (IRP), DuPage County Republican Central Committee (DCRCC), and Milton Township Republican Organization (MTRO). I would focus on those candidates who lost general elections. I would focus on how IRP, DCRCC, and MTRO leaders blamed me and blamed my GOPUSA newsletters for those losses.
— Democrats say “DeSantis takes a different tone on Disney fight: Moved on.”
— To discredit Trump, Democrats stress that “Georgia’s Republican governor pushes back on Trump.”
— Politics taking main stage at Illinois State Fair – Peter Curi, Mike Lowe
— The more that you promote hatred against Trump and against his supporters, the more that hate-filled Trump-hating Trump-haters promote you.
— Migrants who slept in tents after being kicked out of shelter have a new home. Eight members of the Leon and Castro families had lived outdoors after being locked out of a shelter Saturday. The city has moved them to the Inn of Chicago in Streeterville. – Emmanuel Camarillo
— Democrats ever-increasingly promote more illegal immigration.
— Democrats acknowledge that “Arwady decries her abrupt firing — and warns it could hurt search for Chicago’s next health chief.” Of course, to discourage those who share my demographics (conservative, Republican, White, male, non-veteran, Protestant, German American, my ancestors have been in America for a long time) from applying, the Democrats who run GAO’s Chicago office would stress Diersen v. GAO (SEE: https://gopillinois.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/DiersenGAOFifthAmendedComplaint.pdf ) and how they treat those who share my demographics.
— ALL OF THE FRONT PAGE: Chicago Democrats stress “2 Chicago-area people indicted with Trump, accused of trying to overturn Georgia election results.” Of course Chicago Democrats hint/imply that these 2 are guilty and typical Trump supporters.
— DuPage County ‘absolutely prepared’ after amendments added to state cash bail law – George Wiebe
— Democrats say “Amid party loyalty questions, Cook County Democrats endorse for state’s attorney and go against incumbent for court clerk.” I should write a book about those candidates on ballots in my precinct since 2000 who the leaders of the following endorsed in primaries: Illinois Republican Party (IRP), DuPage County Republican Central Committee (DCRCC), and Milton Township Republican Organization (MTRO). I would focus on those candidates who lost general elections. I would focus on how IRP, DCRCC, and MTRO leaders blamed me and blamed my GOPUSA newsletters for those losses.
— Democrats ever-increasingly a) run America and b) blame Republicans for everything that is bad including bad weather.
CRAIN’S CHICAGO BUSINESS
— Democrats say “Cook County Dems pick their favorite (Clayton Harris III) to replace Kim Foxx.” I should write a book about those candidates on ballots in my precinct since 2000 who the leaders of the following endorsed in primaries: Illinois Republican Party (IRP), DuPage County Republican Central Committee (DCRCC), and Milton Township Republican Organization (MTRO). I would focus on those candidates who lost general elections. I would focus on how IRP, DCRCC, and MTRO leaders blamed me and blamed my GOPUSA newsletters for those losses.
SPRINGFIELD STATE JOURNAL REGISTER
— Ready, set, go! Politicians gearing up for 2024 races descend on Illinois State Fair – Patrick Keck (COMMENT: I have always been conservative. I became a Republican Precinct Committeeman in 1999. I became the GOPUSA Illinois Editor in 2000. I started attending Republican Days and Illinois Republican Party (IRP) State Central Committee meetings, and Illinois Republican County Chairman’s Association meetings at State Fairs and reporting on them in 2000. I started attending IRP State Conventions as a delegate in 2000. I served on the IRP State Convention Platform and Resolutions Committee in 2008. But because conservatives are ever-increasingly unwelcome at Republican Days, I have stopped attending them.)
(FROM THE ARTICLE: The next two days at the Illinois State Fair will feature political rallies led by both political parties as the countdown to next year’s election season marches forward. Democrats will kick off action on Wednesday with Governor’s Day and Republicans follow on Thursday. Outside of the fair, the parties will hold meetings in downtown Springfield including the Illinois Democratic County Chairs’ Association brunch at the Bank of Springfield Center. There, Illinois Democrats will be joined by guest speaker U.S. Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto, D-Nevada, starting at 9 a.m. before heading to the fairgrounds. Republican’s time on the Director’s Lawn will be preceded with several events, among them the Republican County Chairs’ Association president reception on Wednesday before a joint meeting with RCCA and the State Central Committee Thursday morning at the President Abraham Lincoln Hotel. For Democrats and Republicans alike, the fair days and meetings provide opportunities to build up its campaign finance war chests heading into 2024. No statewide candidates will be featured in next year’s election, but votes for president, U.S. Congress, the Illinois House of Representatives and a handful of state Senate seats among other local races will take place. The political days fall just more than seven months away from the March primary, but also less than three weeks from when candidates can begin circulating nomination papers. Congressional, state legislature and other local candidates begin this process on Sept. 5. Presidential candidates start on Oct. 27. All candidates have until Dec. 4 to file the papers with the Illinois State Board of Elections. . .Illinois Republicans have their work cut out for them, not holding power in any of the state’s three branches of government in addition to a smaller pool of political backers for major campaign funding. The state fair represents an opportunity for the party to make up ground in the funding battle and later support its candidates come election time. Who the party chooses to back for the White House has not been clear at this point, but it could have to put its weight behind a familiar name. National polls indicate if the presidential election were to take place today, it would be a 2020 rematch of Biden and former President Donald Trump. Already not a popular figure in Illinois, losing the state by more than 15 points in both 2016 and 2020, Trump is coming off his fourth indictment this time for allegedly tinkering with 2020 election results in Georgia. The indictments of the former commander-in-chief have prompted varying responses from GOP lawmakers in the state, some of which have pledged continued support to Trump and others to say move on. U.S. Rep. Mary Miller, R-Oakland, has claimed investigations led by the U.S. Department of Justice into Trump have been politically motivated. “The American people will not tolerate this attack from Biden’s DOJ on our electoral process or our system of justice, where justice is supposed to be blind,” she said in a statement earlier this month. The party’s 2022 gubernatorial candidate, Darren Bailey, rose in prominence among Republicans before the primary thanks in part to an endorsement from the former president. Still, he and other candidates speaking at last year’s fair were mum on Trump and instead focused on what they described as failures by Democrats to control crime and spending. That backing from Trump, in the end, proved in some ways to bite Bailey in the general election where Democratic Gov. JB Pritzker won a second term with comfortable margins.)
— Democrats ever-increasingly push more pot.
— Democrats ask “Could Donald Trump serve as president if convicted?”
CENTRAL ILLINOIS PROUD
— Democrats say “Trump enjoys strong support among Republicans. The general election could be a different story.”
— Democrats say “North Korea says a U.S. soldier crossed its border because of the racism in America.” According to Democrats, how racist is a) your county, b) your township, c) your municipality, and d) your school district?
NAPERVILLE COMMUNITY TELEVISION
— Naperville among eight most beautiful cities in Illinois says WorldAtlas (COMMENT: Do you live in Naperville? My wife and I have lived in Wheaton since 1978. I should write a book about how our lives might have been different if we had lived in Naperville since 1978. I would focus those in Wheaton who have/had lots of religious, government, political, and/or financial clout since 1978 and a) who continue to treat me like I am a newcomer and/or b) who have demonstrated their disapproval of my being conservative, my being Republican, my being a Republican Precinct Committeeman since 1999, my serving as the GOPUSA Illinois Editor since 2000, my efforts to promote Republican participation in and sponsorship of Wheaton Independence Day parades 2005-2019, my efforts to help elect Republican candidates, my efforts to discourage Democrats from sending their homeless to Wheaton, my efforts to stop video gambling in Wheaton, my efforts to stop the sale of pot in Wheaton, my being Protestant, my being German American, my having lived in Crete 1948-1972, my avoiding the draft, my having sued them and/or Wheaton, my being a gun owner, my having been a union member for almost 12 years, my having been a federal employee for almost 30 years, and/or my being a federal retiree for almost 26 years. I would focus on the aforesaid who have taken many big adverse actions against me.)
— Democrats ever-increasingly promote more illegal immigration.
— Democrats say “Morning briefing.”
— Democrats say “Afternoon roundup.”
FROM ILLINOIS CENTER-RIGHT LEANING SOURCES
— Some Peoria schools have reached ‘equity’… students of all races are failing equally
CENTER SQUARE ILLINOIS
— Chicago mayor floats idea of sending migrants to suburbs – Andrew Hensel (COMMENT: How many illegals and how fast do the Democrats and RINOs who run the following want: a) in your county, b) in your township, c) in your municipality, and d) in your school district?)
ILLINOIS VALEY TIMES
— Marter to Pritzker: ‘We the People will not abide by your unlawful usurping of our Second Amendment right!’
DUPAGE POLICY JOURNAL
— Conforti: ‘America is losing its allies’
SOUTHEAST ILLINOIS NEWS
— Windhorst: “A firearms ban will do nothing to stop criminals bent on committing mass shootings or other acts of violence.”
MCHENRY COUNTY BLOG
— Father Who Torched Peoria Parenthood Abortion, a.k.a., “Health” Center Sentenced to Ten Years and $1.45 Million in Restitution
— The Role of the Kane County State’s Attorney, Shaw Publications and Members of the Kane County Bar in the Suicide of a Public Figure
— Suicides Peak in United States
— Pritzker Criticized for Veto of Nuclear Power Plant OK
— Ideas for a New State Flag
— County’s Addiction Recovery Program, Most Have Problems with Alcohol
— Comparing Success of National Covid Polices
— Making It Easier to Get on Disability
— GASLIGHT ALERT: 2024 Presidential Polling with Significant Internet Polling More Prone to Push Poll (Desired Outcome) Results
— Ever Wanted to Call the Police for Help with a Recalcitrant Kid?
— Syverson Reports on $5.2 Billion of Unemployment Comp Fraud
— Jeeps-a-Plenty at Closed Belvidere Auto Plant (COMMENT: I worked in that plant part-time in early 1970 while I was an NIU student.)
ILLINOIS POLICY INSTITUTE
— PRITZKER SIGNS CHARTER NEUTRALITY BILL, CHICAGO TEACHERS UNION FIGHTS TO WEAKEN CHARTER SCHOOLS – Hannah Schmid
FROM NATIONAL CENTER-RIGHT LEANING SOURCES
— Anti-abortion group (Susan B. Anthony Pro-Life America) vows to withhold influential endorsement unless GOP backs 15-week ban – Breccan F. Thies
— Affirmative Action reemerges as Biden reelection campaign issue – Haisten Willis
BIZ PAC REVIEW
— Historic NYC restaurants close as famous hotel is turned into migrant shelter – Chris Donaldson
— Americans Last: Homeless Population Grows at Record Pace as Joe Biden Seeks Millions to House Illegal Aliens – JOHN BINDER
— Black Democrats Hide from Voters Angry at Biden’s Migration – NEIL MUNRO
CENTER FOR IMMIGRATION STUDIES
— Democrats have made it harder to crack down on illegal child labor – Jon Feere
— Teachers favor girls, but ‘racism’ is bigger issue – MATT LAMB (COMMENT: Under the Democrats, ever-increasingly, fewer and fewer and fewer White men earn college degrees. I should write a book about that. When I was young, overcoming race and gender based preference giving was easier then than it is now, that is, overcoming discrimination against those who are the following was easier then than it is now: conservative, Republican, White, male, non-veteran, Protestant, German American, and/or those whose ancestors had been in America for a long time. UIC admitted me in 1966 when I was 18, NIU in 1969 when I was 20, Loyola in 1972 when was 23, DePaul in 1976 when I was 27, and IIT in 1992 when I was 43; but because of my many aforesaid bad demographics, they would not admit me today if I was 18, 20, 23, or 43. I only just barely made it into the upper 20% of my high school class. My ACT score was only 24. I avoided the draft.)
— American Psychological Association calls for ‘adversity scales’ in admissions after SCOTUS affirmative action ruling – Haika Mrema (COMMENT: What adversities did you overcome? According to my critics/opponents, their operatives, and their dupes, I never had any adversities to overcome. In my defense, neither of my parents attended college. My father was only the first of my ancestors to earn a high school diploma. My mother never attended high school. My eyesight could never be corrected to 20/20. I have always had partial red/green color blindness. Since grade school I have not been able to run because a bone disease. Because my parents lacked money, I had to work my way through college.)
— Georgia Trump Indictment Struggles to Back Criminal Intention Claims – Petr Svab
FEDERATION FOR AMERICAN IMMIGRATION REFORM
— Biden Sends a Request to Congress for Blank Check to Fund Border Crisis
— Ramaswamy goes viral following exchange with LGBTQ activist: ‘I respect that you have a different opinion’ 2024 GOP hopeful knocks the ‘tyranny of the minority’ when asked about LGBTQ issues. – Joseph A. Wulfsohn
— NYC Mayor Eric Adams demands 100K asylum seekers be allowed to legally work. New York City Mayor Eric Adams condemned the federal government for not allowing some 100,000 migrants to legally work in the United States, arguing there’s nothing more “anti-American.”
— Biden found a way to ‘delegitimize’ the Supreme Court
— Illinois’ Latest Anti-gun Law Immediately Challenged in Court – Bob Adelmann
— Top Colleges Continuing Diversity Drives – Peter Malbin
— Parents’ Guide to Countering Woke School Indoctrination – Jonathan Emord
TURNING POINT USA
— DOJ, DOE Release Guidance on Diversifying Colleges after SCOTUS Struck Down Affirmative Action – Stephen Davis
— New York’s ‘Right To Shelter’ Law Now Has Mayor Adams Saying “Go Away” – TYLER DURDEN
FROM NATIONAL CENTER-LEFT LEANING SOURCES
— Democrats ever-increasingly encourage children to be sexually active LGBTQers.
NEW YORK TIMES
— Those on the left have always argued that those who are in the majority discriminate against those who are in the minority. Ever-increasingly, a) those on the left are the majority and b) they discriminate against those on the right. Ever-increasingly, those on the left are liberal, moderate, Democrat, Libertarian, Green, Independent, RINO, minority, female, younger, LGBTQ, unmarried, have more money than others, non-Christian, non-Protestant, non-German American, and/or have ancestors who have not been in America for a long time. Ever-increasingly, those on the right are conservative, Republican, White, male, older, heterosexual, married, have less money than others, Christian, Protestant, German American, and/or have ancestors who have been in America for a long time. I should write a book about a) those who are on the left in DuPage County, Milton Township, and Wheaton and b) who discriminate against those on the right in DuPage County, Milton Township, and Wheaton. I would focus in those who have lots of religious, government, political, and/or financial clout in DuPage County, Milton Township, and Wheaton and have taken the most/biggest adverse actions against me.
— When you were in high school, were you viewed as being “college material?” I was not. Neither of my parents had attended college. My father was only the first of my ancestors to earn a high school diploma. My mother never attended high school. My eyesight could not be corrected to 20/20. I had partial red/green color blindness. I could not run because I had a bone disease. I washed dishes for the minimum wage during my junior and senior years and the summer in between.
— Democrats ever-increasingly promote more hatred against Trump.
— In what ways are you a minority? What are the most underrepresented minorities in the leadership of a) the Illinois Republican Party (IRP), b) your Republican county and township/ward party organizations, and c) your county, township, municipality, and school district? I am a conservative Republican. Conservative Republicans are underrepresented in the leadership of a) the IRP, DuPage County Republican Central Committee, and Milton Township Republican Organization and b) Illinois, DuPage County, Milton Township, Wheaton, and Wheaton Warrenville School District 200.
— Harvard, UMass and Tufts are among top colleges to try to skirt around SCOTUS’s affirmative action ruling – AP