— Democrat presidential candidates call for Brett Kavanaugh’s impeachment – AP
FOX NEWS CHICAGO
— Trump suggests ‘innocent’ Kavanaugh should sue, blasts media for ‘lies’
— DIERSEN HEADLINE: According to pot pushers, crime goes down when pot is legalized.
PEORIA JOURNAL STAR
— Two Republicans to challenge Rep. Bustos – Robert Connelly
CHAMPAIGN/URBANA NEWS GAZETTE
— How much of a prize is Shimkus’ seat? – Jim Dey
HERALD & REVIEW
— With Shimkus not running, which notable GOP names will enter the 15th district race? – JOSEPH BUSTOS
— Poll: Older workers fearful for jobs amid ageism – Christopher Quinn (DIERSEN: All my critics/opponents, all their operatives, and all their dupes have always promoted age discrimination a) because they want to get rid of those who are older than they are and/or b) because they want to curry favor with those who promote age discrimination.)
— DISGUSTING, TRAGIC: Jo Daviess Board votes to allow marijuana businesses in parts of the county.
VILLAGE FREE PRESS
— As Gambling, Cannabis Expand, Treatment Does, Too, Lawmakers Say
— THE SUN-TIMES SCAPEGOATING THE ELDERLY AGAIN. ON TAXING RETIREMENT INCOME.
MCHENRY COUNTY BLOG
— Ives Packs Them In at Algonquin Coffee
— Sanguinetti’s Crystal Lake Meet & Greet
— Skillicorn Plans Town Hall Meeting
— IL-06: Jeanne Ives Interviewed on WBBM At Issue
— Another Reason Not to Trust the Washington Post
— IL 66th District: Schofield Responds to Skillicorn’s Criticisms of 9/11 and 8/22
— How conservative grassroots will drive the conversation for decades – Carol Davis
— The house Eric Holder built… – Monica Showalter
— The media is the most universally distrusted product since quicksand – Greg Gutfeld
— NY Times: CBP Agents Lament ‘People Actively Hate Us’ – Eric Mack (DIERSEN: Will Trump-haters encourage Trump-haters to become Republican Precinct Committeemen?)
— DIERSEN HEADLINE: Trump-haters crow about their success in getting “faith groups” to serve as their operatives and dupes.
— Ex-NFL Player Accused of Staging ‘MAGA’ Hate Crime For Insurance Fraud – TOM OZIMEK
— DIERSEN HEADLINE: Trump-haters promote hatred against Trump.
— Joe Biden on racism: Whites ‘can never fully understand’ – Bill Barrow (DIERSEN: Democrats and RINOs use Affirmative Action, Diversity, and Inclusion to get rid of Republicans.)
— DIERSEN HEADLINE: Ever-increasingly, Democrats promote hatred of Whites. – JOHN VERHOVEK
WALL STREET JOURNAL
— Is Business School Worth It? How MBA Programs Are Revamping in 2019 (DIERSEN: My taking graduate business courses at Loyola 1972-1976 helped me get promoted in 1972, 1973, and 1974.)
— Combat Age Discrimination At Work: For Employees And Employers – Stephanie Sarkis (DIERSEN: All my critics/opponents, all their operatives, and all their dupes have always promoted age discrimination a) because they want to get rid of those who are older than they are and/or b) because they want to curry favor with those who promote age discrimination.)
— DISGUSTING, TRAGIC: ‘Budtenders’ wanting to sell adult-use cannabis in Illinois must get training by Nov. 30 – Greg Bishop
— Operation Targeting Journalists Seen Unfavorable to Trump Is Allied With the White House: NYT – Audrey McNamara (DIERSEN: Needless-to-say, of course, I should write a book about those who have worked the hardest since 2000 to discredit me and to discredit my GOPUSA ILLINOIS emails. I would focus past and present activists, candidates, elected officials, party leaders, major donors, political consultants, etc. in Wheaton, in Glen Ellyn, in Milton Township, in DuPage County, and in Illinois who claim to be religious, conservative, and/or Republican.)
(FROM THE ARTICLE: Allies of President Trump have reportedly constructed an operation to discredit journalists viewed as being unfavorable towards the president, the New York Times reports. The operation run by conservative operatives has reportedly scoured more than a decade of social media history from reporters who are seen as hostile towards Trump, in order to find potentially damaging posts that can be used against them in the court of public opinion. According to four people familiar with the operation who spoke to the Times, the operation has compiled dossiers of information on journalists from some of the country’s most prominent news organizations with the intent of publicizing damaging social media posts or statements.)