FROM ILLINOIS CENTER-LEFT LEANING SOURCES
— Democrats say “Anti-violence activists hold ‘die-in’ during Daley Center farmer’s market.” Democrats ever-increasingly blame guns for gun violence instead of blaming those who use guns illegally.
— Democrats acknowledge that “Rick Heidner, Illinois video gambling mogul, and his wife owe $5 million in income tax, IRS says. The Heidners didn’t contest that they owe $5,083,274 in personal federal income taxes from 2021. They say it will all be paid off by the end of August.”
— Under the Democrats and under the RINOs, men ever-increasingly crash and burn. The nationwide rate of college enrollment is 58% female and 42% male.
— Democrats acknowledge that “Italian-American group calls for Ald. Rodríguez Sánchez to resign over Twitter poll.”
— Democrats say “Trump criticizes end of White House cocaine probe.”
— Democrats say “Chicago organizers hold ‘die-in’ protest to raise awareness about gun violence.” Democrats ever-increasingly blame guns for gun violence instead of blaming those who use guns illegally.
SPRINGFIELD STATE JOURNAL REGISTER
— Democrats say “Bailey’s back” and ask “Who else is running for Congress in Illinois?” and say “As of Monday, there have been 40 candidates in the state’s 17 congressional districts who have filed with FEC.” Who are the Republican candidates for the 3rd congressional district?
— Democrats acknowledge that “Emergency department visits involving cannabis increased for children, teens and young adults during the COVID-19 pandemic.” Democrats ever-increasingly push more pot.
— Democrats ever-increasingly promote LGBTQ in Rockton.
— Democrats acknowledge that “Cannabis-related health emergencies among children on the rise.” Democrats ever-increasingly push more pot.
— Democrats say “House votes to end policy that reimburses military members who travel to get abortions.”
— Democrats say “Republican presidential candidates vie for the influential evangelical Christian vote.”
— Democrats say “Evangelical Christian voters in Iowa love Trump” and ask “Can another Republican win them over?”
CENTRAL ILLINOIS PROUD
— Democrats ever-increasingly encourage Republican presidential candidates to demonize, denigrate, and condemn Trump.
— Democrats say “Afternoon roundup.”
FROM ILLINOIS CENTER-RIGHT LEANING SOURCES
DUPAGE POLICY JOURNAL
— ‘What struck me was the level of indignance both Commissioner Tornatore and Chairman Zay demonstrated. – Noel Manley’
(FROM THE ARTICLE: The Downers Grove Township Republican Organization hosted DuPage Commissioner Sam Tornatore and DuPage GOP Chairman Jim Zay. Noel Manley, a committeeman with the Downers Grove Township Republican Organization (DGTRO), said the pair’s performance was less than desirable. “DuPage Commissioner Tornatore and DuPage GOP Chairman Zay appeared at our July 10, 2023 DGTRO Committemen’s meeting,” Manley told the DuPage Policy Journal. “Both were invited by DGTRO Chairman Jack Novak to address concerns raised by committeemen regarding their actions. Commissioner Tornatore addressed a $1,000.00 donation made by his firm to Democrat Deb Conroy.” “The commissioner reported that he was invited to the event by a trusted Republican friend. It was discovered last night that donating to Democrat events is a common practice among Republican leadership. Chairman Zay’s remarks focused on coming together as Republicans and not dwell in the past. Both justified their actions as efforts necessary to protect the budgets of the DuPage County Sheriff’s Office and the DuPage County State’s Attorney’s Office.” “However, what struck me was the level of indignance both Commissioner Tornatore and Chairman Zay demonstrated in their explanations. Specifically, their justifications were peppered with comments such as, ‘I didn’t have to be here tonight.’ In addition, questions and comments raised by committeemen regarding the lack of support in recent elections, and contributions to Democrat events were simply dismissed or ignored. In fact, there was no effort to demonstrate any humility or contriteness regarding these matters.” “To compound this presentation, DGTRO Chairman Jack Novak referred to our group of concerned committeemen as anarchists and declared that there is no room for activism in the Republican Party. So it was clear that there was no interest in listening to our concerns, nor a willingness to understand the demoralizing impact GOP leadership’s actions are taking on the rank and file. In fact, the subtext was the exact opposite, ‘Get in line, and shut up. And pay no attention to the man behind the curtain.’” Zay, chairman of the DuPage County Republican Party, has refused to criticize fellow Republicans who financially and materially supported Democratic candidate Deb Conroy in her campaign for DuPage County Board Chair. In a letter to the DuPage GOP, Zay emphasized the need for unity within the party and calls for an end to public criticism of fellow Republicans, stating that it only weakens the party and hinders its ability to expand its base. The statement came after Republican members, including Tornatore and former Board member Donald Puchalski, were outed by the DuPage Policy Journal for making campaign donations to Conroy, drawing attention and controversy within the party. Another Republican, former DuPage County Board member Pete DiCianni was paid by Conroy’s campaign for marketing efforts to get her elected. The DuPage Republicans who have thrown in to support the campaigns of Democrats as we Zay drew the ire of former state representative and one-time gubernatorial candidate Jeanne Ives. Ives, now CEO of Breakthrough Ideas, criticized her fellow DuPage County Republicans for supporting the progressive Conroy’s campaign for DuPage County Board Chair, highlighting Conroy’s alignment with the Democratic Party’s platform and her controversial legislative decisions. “Democrat policies have destroyed the state of Illinois,” Ives said. “I am disgusted that any of my fellow Republicans would do so or defend other Republicans who do so, especially a fundraiser for Deb Conroy.” “Conroy is opposed to every single aspect of our Republican party platform.”)
FROM NATIONAL CENTER-RIGHT LEANING SOURCES
— Republicans add several Freedom Caucus-penned amendments to the must-pass NDAA. Additions include preventing the Pentagon from reimbursing abortion travel expenses. – Alex Miller
— GOP wades into 2024 Senate primaries while Democratic counterparts stay out – Samantha-Jo Roth (COMMENT: In DuPage County, who will the Republican candidates be for Circuit Court Clerk, Recorder, Auditor, and 3rd Congressional District?)
— Duckworth says GOP voters defecting over abortion as 2024 candidates woo Iowa conservatives – Julia Johnson (COMMENT: I should write a book about my critics/opponents who reject the right to life plank in the Republican Party platform. I would focus on those who have lots of religious, government, political, and/or financial clout in Wheaton, Milton Township, DuPage County, and Illinois. I would focus on those who have taken the most/biggest adverse actions against me.)
— GOP attorneys general warn 100 largest companies after affirmative action ruling – Zachary Halaschak
— Voters concerned immigration makes crime worse but think it’s a good thing – David Zimmermann (COMMENT: How strongly do the voters in your county, in your township, in your municipality, and in your precinct want cheap labor?)
— A disease of reality-denying cultishness infects US political life – Quin Hillyer
NEW YORK POST
— Christie hits donor threshold, will participate in Republican debate: ‘We’re really thrilled about it’ – Ryan King (COMMENT: How many Christie donors are hate-filled Trump-hating Democrats and Democrat plants, Libertarians and Libertarian plants, Greens and Green plants, Independents and Independent plants, and RINOs?)
— Chick-fil-A is Leaning Away – Kimberly Cargill
— French riots show the future of Joe Biden’s America – William Davis
(FROM THE ARTICLE: As the U.S. deals with the consequences of mass immigration, important lessons can be learned from our oldest European ally. Over the past few weeks, France has been engulfed in riots after a 17-year-old boy was shot and killed by a police officer during a traffic stop. The rioting and looting have largely been centered in communities with many migrants from North African and Islamic nations. The rioting has caused more than one billion dollars in property damage, and has led to thousands of arrests. It has also led to a renewed debate in Europe about the costs of mass migration and whether or not those costs are worth it. It’s not just the U.S. that has experienced an influx of foreign nationals in recent years. France took in a record number of migrants in 2022, both legal and illegal. The European Union resettled nearly one million migrants last year, not including refugees from war-torn Ukraine. The main countries of origin for these refugees were Syria, Afghanistan, Turkey, Venezuela, and Columbia. Just as we’ve seen in the U.S., these large influxes of migrants have had a destabilizing effect on the continent’s cultural, economic, and political life. The carnage occurring in France is the result of long-simmering tensions finally coming to the surface. It’s the results of migrants from third-world, war-torn countries not assimilating into their new country, but bringing the baggage from their old countries with them. During the France riots, a group of North African migrants could be seen chanting “f*ck France,” and “We’re just here for the welfare!” The crassness of these migrants certainly isn’t representative of everybody seeking to come from the third world to prosperous western nations, but it is indicative of a larger problem with mass immigration. Many of these foreign nationals come from countries where violence and chaos has been normalized, and the importation of migrants from these types of countries can also serve to normalize the same type of disorder in their new countries. This is why what’s happening in France should serve as a warning sign for Americans. More than five million illegal aliens have crossed the U.S.-Mexico border since Joe Biden took office.)
— Most Republicans Say Donald Trump Is the ‘Strongest Candidate’ – HANNAH BLEAU
— Republicans: ‘Unimaginable’ for Biden to Open Obamacare to Illegal Aliens with 25 Million Uninsured Americans – JOHN BINDER
— Here’s Where 2024 GOP Candidates Stand On Making The Debate Stage Next Month
— One Illegal Vote Can Change the Outcome of an Election – J. Christian Adams (COMMENT: Anticipate/expect that many millions of illegals will continue to use their false identifications to vote for Democrats.)
— How To Beat The Woke Children’s Publishing Industry At Its Own Game – KIRI JORGENSEN
— Reparations push gains steam as communities nationwide consider payment plans — and not just for slavery. Cities, states, colleges ramp up reparations efforts to make up for past persecution. – Aaron Kliegman (COMMENT: Anticipate/expect that ever-increasingly, under the Democrats and under the RINOs, government will take more and more and more opportunities, money, and everything else away from Republicans and will give it to Democrats and to RINOs.)
— Univ. of Chicago student called a ‘bully’ by media says they are ‘scared’ of conservatives speaking out. A course entitled ‘The Problem of Whiteness’ drew controversy last year after student Daniel Schmidt shared it on his social media. – Kristine Parks
— Popular San Francisco food hall closing as ‘drug dealing, public defecation’ scare off guests. – Jeffrey Clark
— Gun group tells residents to consider moving from blue state after lawmaker proposes gun control bill. New firearm control bill is ‘real bad news for Massachusetts gun owners’ says gun group. – Kassy Dillon (COMMENT: How soon will Illinois Democrats succeed in confiscating all firearms and all ammunition from Republicans in Illinois?)
— House GOP gear up for fight on Pentagon bill with amendments to combat ‘woke’ programs, communist China. Republicans have blamed ‘woke’ politics for the military’s ongoing recruiting crisis. – Michael Lee
— GOP bill strips largest US teachers union of its congressional charter for pursuing ‘woke’ agenda. The National Education Association was given a charter by Congress in 1906. – Andrew Mark Miller
— Elite Universities’ Affirmative-Action Reaction
— Largest Settlement of Illegal Aliens in US Is Quietly Growing Amid Border Crisis – Chris Russo
FROM NATIONAL CENTER-LEFT LEANING SOURCES
— Hate-filled Trump-hating Trump-haters ever-increasing destroy those who do not hate Trump. Who are the biggest hate-filled Trump-hating Trump-haters in your county, in your township, and in your municipality? I should write a book about the biggest hate-filled Trump-hating Trump-haters in DuPage County, Milton Township, and Wheaton. I would focus on those who have lots of religious, government, political, and/or financial clout. I would focus on those who have taken the most/biggest adverse actions against me. I would focus on those who almost succeeded in stopping me from reporting on the recent DeSantis event in Elmhurst. I would focus on those who stopped me from serving as the Republican fundraiser for Wheaton Independence Day parades and fireworks in 2021.
— Democrats decry that “Republicans Ban All Racial Diversity Offices Inside Military.”
— Democrats say “Trump’s Huge GOP Primary Lead is Slipping.” In DuPage County, who will the Republican candidates be for Circuit Court Clerk, Recorder, Auditor, and 3rd Congressional District?
— Democrats ever-increasingly promote Target.
— Democrats say: “‘Clowns: GOP primary a fruitless exercise in shadow of Trump’s dominance.” In DuPage County, who will the Republican candidates be for Circuit Court Clerk, Recorder, Auditor, and 3rd Congressional District?
— Democrats say “GOP Senate campaign chair Steve Daines plans to focus on getting “quality” candidates for 2024 primaries.” In DuPage County, who will the Republican candidates be for Circuit Court Clerk, Recorder, Auditor, and 3rd Congressional District?
— How strongly do your elected officials promote LGBTQ, that is, how strongly do they destroy traditional marriage and destroy the traditional family?
— Democrats say “Eight GOP candidates notch first qualifying poll for August debate.” In DuPage County, who will the Republican candidates be for Circuit Court Clerk, Recorder, Auditor, and 3rd Congressional District?
ABC CEDAR RAPIDS
— OUTSTANDING: Linn County Auditor’s Office removes hundreds from voter rolls – Libbie Randall
NEW YORK TIMES
— Democrats decry that “House Votes to Limit Abortion Access in the Military, Bowing to the Right.” Democrats ever-increasingly promote more abortion.
— Democrats have always used Affirmative Action to get rid of Republicans. I should write a book about that.
— Democrats decry that “Defense Bill’s Fate Teeters After G.O.P. Wedges In Social Issues.”
— Democrats decry that “House GOP moves to end Pentagon’s abortion, diversity policies.” Democrats ever-increasingly force LGBTQ, abortion, patronage, political affiliation discrimination, reverse discrimination, and age discrimination on the military and on everyone else.
— Democrats ask “Why Can’t Republicans Quit Trump?”
NEW YORK SUN
— Democrats say “GOP Voters View Trump Far More Favorably Than Democrats See Biden, Though Voters of Both Parties Remain Sour on a Rematch. Although the wider voter base and Republican elites have questions about President Trump’s electability, GOP primary voters still see him as their best shot.” In DuPage County, who will the Republican candidates be for Circuit Court Clerk, Recorder, Auditor, and 3rd Congressional District?
WALL STREET JOURNAL
— House GOP Threatens to Derail Defense Bill Over Abortion, Transgender Care. Democrats have warned that social-issue amendments would be poison pills. – Lindsay Wise, Simon J. Levien, and Isaac Yu
— Affirmative Action Meets Real Life. I’m a man of the left, but I never cared for the unfairness of racial preferences. – Ted Rall (COMMENT: Since 1966, when I was 18 years old, because of my demographics, my critics/opponents have made me pay the price of Affirmative Action big time. In my defense, none of my ancestors owned slaves. While they all immigrated during the 1840s and 1850s, they always lived in northeast Illinois. They had no clout.)
— Politicians Should Pay for Ignoring America’s Education Crisis. Both parties focus on votes instead of solutions such as tutoring, summer school and accountability. – Michael R. Bloomberg
— Democrats ever-increasingly use DEI to get rid of Republicans.
— Democrats ever-increasingly use wokeness to destroy the military.
— Democrats ever-increasingly force LGBTQ on everyone.
— Democrats say “RNC Chair Makes No Exception For Trump As She Doubles Down On GOP Loyalty Pledge.”
— Democrats ever-increasingly force LGBTQ on everyone.
— Write-in candidate (COMMENT: In DuPage County, who will the Republican candidates be for Circuit Court Clerk, Recorder, Auditor, and 3rd Congressional District?)