Category Archives: Social Media
In my opinion, the worst part of the Illinois SAFE-T act tucked away in the law is, “If the defendant is not brought to trial within the 90 day period required by the preceding sentence, he shall not be denied … Continue reading →
The court’s 6-3 ruling, which upholds a Mississippi law banning abortions after 15 weeks of pregnancy, strikes down a landmark decision that has enshrined abortion rights across the U.S. for nearly 50 years. In reality…Though the left is acting like … Continue reading →
On this Father’s Day, let’s take a minute to acknowledge the sacrifices they are making and the toll it is taking on not only the Officers but on their families as well. Have a safe and Happy Father’s Day!
SB2364 was passed and may become law soon. It was attempting to fix some holes in the “SAFE-T” act. Starting Jan. 1 2023 someone may only be arrested for criminal trespass to property (class B misdemeanor) or disorderly conduct (class … Continue reading →
CWB has secured video of Friday night’s shooting that left a man dead and one other person injured at Fashion Outlets of Chicago in suburban Rosemont. Police said a man in his mid-20s was killed and a 15-year-old girl was … Continue reading →
There are preliminary reports of a successful and ongoing Ukrainian counter-offensive near Kherson (A); The only major city the Russians have taken thus far on their only route to the port of Odesa (B) on the Black Sea. Overstretched, low … Continue reading →
An Open Letter Requesting that Leyden High School District 212 Board of Education Reinstate Swimming in the Adaptive Physical Education Curriculum
This is a copy of correspondence that I have sent to the Leyden School District 212 attorney with copies to the Assistant Superintendent of Special Education, Dr. Brian Mahoney and the Leyden High Schools Athletic Director, Rick Mason.: Ms. Crumley, … Continue reading →
Gerald Smith is the director of the Equity and Inclusion in Engineering Program at the University of Illinois Chicago College of Engineering. In this role, Smith oversees and conducts outreach to underrepresented students who might consider a UIC education, plans programs to … Continue reading →
Former Miss America, Cheslie Kryst’s Mother Breaks Silence About Her Death by Suicide: ‘I Have Never Known a Pain as Deep as This’
Cheslie led both a public and a private life. In her private life, she was dealing with high-functioning depression which she hid from everyone — including me, her closest confidant — until very shortly before her death.” See link: http://opr.news/6c83835e220202en_us?link=1&client=iosnews
Does Leyden School District 212 Really Care About Their Students’ Mental Health ? Let’s Hope They Do !!! Let’s Get the Support of the Administration for Mental Health Days !!!
Students across Illinois are now able to take up to five excused mental health days. This started on January 1, 2022. Under a bill signed into law by Gov. J.B. Pritzker in August, 2021, students who decide to take a mental health … Continue reading →