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North Lawndale Against Disruptive Events Like Riot Fest

North Lawndale Against Disruptive Events Like Riot Fest

There has been a common sentiment forming recently in the North Lawndale community; that the big concerts and shows here are becoming harmful to the community. A good example of this phenomenon is the anticipation of what is called “Riot Fest.” This is a multi-day concert/show with multiple performing artists from across the city. Normally […]

Joe Biden’s Economy is Booming and the Right Wing Is Speechless

Joe Biden’s Economy is Booming and the Right Wing Is Speechless

It is an enigma that President Joe Biden has not received effusive praise from the mainstream media. His accomplishments, compared to his predecessor, are beyond belief. This is the difference between a working president and a pretend president who was nothing but a ‘party boy.’ I hope that after today’s job report, they will finally […]

Are Police Officers Needed in Chicago Public Schools?

Are Police Officers Needed in Chicago Public Schools?

There is no easy answer about having a police presence in schools. To make such decisions for a school, someone must ensure that students and their families are appropriately represented. Some of Chicago’s K-12 public schools lack proper representation to make good choices for their students, whereas others have none. Perhaps the decision about the […]

Supreme Court Is Going Out of Bounds

Supreme Court Is Going Out of Bounds

Saying the Supreme Court is going out of bounds is an understatement. Especially, when they are trying to make changes to Second Amendment rights. These modern-day officials have a hands-on more controlling agenda in mind. They feel the need to alter the laws to their desired outcome. The idea of the Second Amendment is to […]

Kim Potter Manslaughter Trial Now in the Hands of Jury

Kim Potter Manslaughter Trial Now in the Hands of Jury

The nation is impatiently awaiting the verdict for Kim Potter, a former Brooklyn Center police officer on trial for manslaughter. The jury began deliberation early Monday afternoon; her fate is now in their hands. Potter shot and killed Daunte Wright, a 20-year-old Black man, during a traffic stop, on April 11, 2021, in Brooklyn Center, […]

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