Editorials

This term a Last Hurrah? Not very likely

September 22, 2010
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Mayor Menino’s future has come front and center, again, following news last week that Chicago’s longtime Mayor Richard Daley announced he will not be seeking re-election. Daley has been mayor of Chicago since 1989 -21 years. Mayor Menino is going on 17 years and will be at 20 when the next election rolls around....

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Esplanade gala

September 16, 2010
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One can only wonder where the time went. It seems like only yesterday that the summer was just starting and the thought of activities in September were in the very distant future. However, summer has ended. While the lingering warm weather may still belie the fact, we are now in the middle of September...

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Burning Korans

September 16, 2010
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We do not endorse the burning of holy books. We detest radical Islam and we worry about those who want to cut off our heads, to bomb our shrines and government institutions and who quite often bomb their own using human beings as thought they were ordinance and bombs. Radical Islamists bomb weddings and...

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The cleaning up never ends

September 10, 2010
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One season has ended with a bang. Another season is now upon us. The perpetual mess on the sidewalks and streets remain. The cleaning operation so much a part of the city’s business continues but it is not enough. It is never enough. Last weekend’s weather didn’t help the situation, either. The summer tends...

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Forgetting to pay their taxes

September 10, 2010
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There have been a spate of articles recently about politicians who have failed to pay taxes on their political accounts. It is incomprehensible to us that politicians seeking the approval of angry voters would tend to be among the most careful among us when it comes to paying their taxes. Wrong. In fact, the...

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