— Illinois COVID Update: IL reports 1,327 cases, 8 deaths – Sarah Schulte
— COMMENT: Democrats promote LGBTQ.
— Deaths From COVID-19 Like Colin Powell, Who Was Vaccinated, Are Quite Rare, Chicago Doctor Says – Chris Tye
— COMMENT: Democrats say that they understand gun violence.
— DuPage County man sentenced to 33 years after pleading guilty to 2019 sexual assault – SYLVIA GOODMAN
CENTRAL ILLINOIS PROUD
— Illinois congressional maps receive ‘F’ grade, some say they are not in Illinoisans’ best interest – Janie Bohlmann
— REACTION COMING FROM SOUTHERN ILLINOIS LAWMAKERS TO THE PROPOSED CONGRESSIONAL MAPS
CENTER SQUARE ILLINOIS
— Bill aims to give Cook County police ability to override state’s attorney on certain criminal charges – Greg Bishop
— DR. ERIC WALLACE SPEAKS WITH DR. ALVEDA KING ON THE TOPIC OF ABORTION
— More remap stuff
— COVID-19 roundup
— Illinois House Republican Leader Jim Durkin (R-Western Springs) and Illinois State Senator John Curran (R-Downers Grove) were joined by suburban police chiefs from Cook County Monday morning to introduce new legislation that will give law enforcement the ability to override the state’s attorney’s charging decisions, as well as bring transparency and accountability to this process.
— Mayorkas On Illegals: Don’t Deport Them; Hire Them (COMMENT: If there were as many Democrat-blessed illegals when I was younger, they might very well have gotten the jobs that I got. I did yard work and delivered newspapers 1962-1964; washed dishes 1964-1966; cleaned golf shoes, chipped slag, and pumped gasoline in 1966; delivered mail 1966-1969; worked on an automobile assembly line and as a security guard in 1970; sold tires, automotive services, and major appliances 1970-1971; pumped gasoline 1971-1972; collected delinquent taxes 1971-1980; and audited federal agencies 1980-1997.)
— Compliments Of The Gov’t, ‘Work Is Now Optional’
— Facebook Goes Full-On Woke Using Critical Race Theory In New Censorship Policy
— Chicago police brass request vaccine updates from personnel, may deny benefits to officers choosing to retire – Stephanie Pagones
— West Virginia Republicans slam Illinois Dem Casten for calling their state ‘irrelevant part’ of US economy. The move irked Casten’s colleagues from West Virginia. – Houston Keene
— How To Keep Your Money Away from Woke Companies – George Rasley
— COMMENT: Hate-filled Republican-hating Republican-haters use Colin Powell to promote hatred against Republicans.
— Marijuana legalization was a mistake. Highly concentrated pot is destroying my son’s life. My son’s story isn’t unique. We can’t keep going down this road. We can’t keep sacrificing our children on the altar of pot. – Aubree Adams
DALLAS MORNING NEWS
— George W. Bush headlines Liz Cheney event in Dallas today as anti-Trump Republicans rally to her aid. Bush’s support for his VP’s daughter marks latest point of contention between the GOP’s last two presidents. – Todd J. Gillman
— Meghan Markle’s Royal Racism Allegations Used in School’s White Privilege Lessons – JACK ROYSTON
— Diversity, Equity, Inclusion: New Criticisms And Challenges – Richard Vedder (COMMENT: To promote Affirmative Action, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion is to promote discrimination against those who are White, male, older, heterosexual, Christian, Protestant, Italian American, German American, and/or those whose ancestors have been in America for a long time.)
— Agencies With the Most Federal Employee Salaries Above $100,000 and $200,000. Which agencies have the most federal employee salaries of $100,000+ and $200,000+ per year? Which are the highest-paid occupations? – Ralph R. Smith (COMMENT: GAO started paying me $102,188 (GS-13 Step 1) in today’s dollars in 1986 when I was 38 years old. I had worked for GAO for almost 7 years, and before that, for IRS for almost 9 years, the last 5 1/2 years of which at the GS-12 Step 1-5 levels, currently $85,935-$97,395. I had passed the Certified Internal Auditor examination on my first attempt and had become a licensed CPA when I was 32. I had passed the CPA examination on my first attempt when I was 30. I had earned a master’s degree in accounting from DePaul when I was 31. I had earned an MBA from Loyola when I was 27. I had earned a bachelor’s degree in management from NIU when I was 21.)