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Jesse White

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  • Arguing in our spare time

     
    Dennis Bryne responds to this post: Whether or not Oberweis should have moved up wasn't about race. But it is about Turner. We're having this discussion precisely because Turner is African-American, which Oberweis is not. The (racist) assumption is that.....
  • What's next for Blagojevich? Resignation?

    -------------------- The possible scenarios: He quits | | He's removed | He stays | Special election -------------------- Who has called for resignation: •President-elect Barack Obama (D) •U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin (D) •Lt. Gov....
  • Senate showdown, subpoena

    Senate showdown, subpoena
    Roland Burris and Democratic Party leaders headed toward a symbolic showdown at the door of the U.S. Senate on Tuesday as the former Illinois attorney general presses his claim to a disputed seat. Burris said in an interview Monday evening that he...
  • It may be the time for Burris' close-up

    It may be the time for Burris' close-up
    WASHINGTON — U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) said Sunday it was likely that former Illinois Atty. Gen. Roland Burris would be seated as the state's newest senator this week after a legal review of new paperwork regarding the Senate appointment....
  • Trial overshadows swearing-in

    Trial overshadows swearing-in
    Gov. Rod Blagojevich invoked Abraham Lincoln's wartime plea of "malice toward none" Wednesday as he opened a new session of the Illinois Senate, which immediately began preparations for an impeachment trial that could remove him from office. Making his...
  • IMPEACHED

    In a historic display of anger and frustration, the Illinois House voted Friday to impeach disgraced Gov. Rod Blagojevich and send him to trial in the Senate with the aim of removing the state's 40th chief executive from public office forever. The...
  • Bill pursues extreme speeders

    A proposal to toughen punishment for extreme speeders passed a key legislative hurdle Monday, while also reopening the debate about how much leeway judges should have when sentencing defendants. A Tribune investigation, published Sunday, found that since...
  • February 22 - 26

    Isaacson & Stein Fish Co. - Zap Antiques & Props - Jesse White Tumblers - 2010 International Cluster of Dog Shows Tuesday, February 23 Isaacson & Stein Fish Co. 800 W. Fulton Market (312) 421-2444 www.isaacsonandsteinfishcompany.com Wednesday,...
  • World Kidney Day Celebration with KidneyMobile

    World Kidney Day Celebration with KidneyMobile
    March 11--This month marks a significant month for raising awareness regarding an often overlooked and crucial organ, the kidneys! The National Kidney Foundation of Illinois (NKFI) encourages Chicagoans to celebrate National Kidney Day at the Oak Forest...
  • March 10 - Kidney Awareness

    March 10 - Kidney Awareness
    The National Kidney Foundation of Illinois (NKFI) and KidneyMobile® are kicking off the season and celebrating the special day with a notable and educational event at Oak Forest Hospital of Cook County (15900 South Cicero Avenue, Oak Forest). On Thursday,...
  • Judges don’t slow 100 mph speeders

    Judges don’t slow 100 mph speeders
    Sam Sanfilippo was caught going 103 mph on Interstate Highway 294 in 2006 — 48 mph over the speed limit — but you wouldn't know it by looking at his driving record. That's also the case for Marvin McCraney, cited for weaving at 103 mph on...
  • Judges regularly break sentencing law on speeding tickets

    Dee Brant's anger wasn't directed at the chronic speeder who killed her son. She was angry at a system that let the speeder stay on the roads despite him bragging about having "the worst driving record" of anyone he knew. She was angry at how the...