By Dan Giallombardo, Community Contributor This morning, in company with what I am certain was a large portion of the American people; I sat
By Kae Dickinson I woke up today and cried for my children. You see I have a transgender gay son and a lesbian daughter,
A review of the 2017 People’s Summit and rebuttal of a far right critique By Kerri Barber The 2nd annual People’s Summit wrapped up in
By Jeannie Cormier Scown The citizen concerns of the H.R.277 – American Health Care Reform Act of 2017 (AHCA) include a myriad of ethical and
1990’s Era Net Neutrality cartoon By Kerri Barber Net Neutrality. You may have heard the term or seen it on social media over the last
Oakwood Hills, IL – For nearly 8 years Congressman Randy Hultgren and the House Republicans voted 54 times to repeal the Affordable Care Act while
More than ever, Americans feel like they are a non-issue in the minds of the people they send to Washington. Locally, no one elicits that
As politicians debate repealing and replacing Obamacare and argue for a better system based on free markets, I can’t help but feel skeptical. In the
When your Congressman tries to kill you then sends you a perky email asking you feel about that, I think it only courteous to respond.
In 1920’s America, the Industrial Revolution was well underway and it wasn’t uncommon for workers to endure 10-14 hour shifts, six days a week.