Category Archives: Union
Illinois closed until July 4th? Don’t be surprised. Unless the courts decide otherwise and local and county health departments are brought into play, the State will probably remain shut down until at least the 4th of July Polling shows nearly … Continue reading →
Even as he appeals a southern Illinois’ judge ruling that put a dent in his stay at home order, Illinois Gov. JB Pritzker will soon face a new legal action, from another state legislator, challenging his authority to keep Illinois … Continue reading →
The Forces of Chaos Are At Work in this Era of the Coronavirus 19, Take Heed How to Manage in this Business Landscape !!! LEARN HOW TO THRIVE IN CHAOS or BE LOST !!!
The business landscape of the 21st Century is characterized by increasing complexity, disorder, intense competition, hyper speed pace of change, and above all, a 24/7 “always on” culture. This means that chaos is inevitable in such a landscape because of … Continue reading →
On August 13, 1979, the uncompleted roof of the Rosemont Horizon collapsed, killing five construction workers and injuring 16 others. The collapse was featured in the “Engineering Disasters” episode of Modern Marvels, first broadcast by The History Channel on April … Continue reading →
Smh. Prostitutes. Free booze. Surrounding himself with young women. All on workers’ dimes — yes the CCDOC per capita tax to the Joint Council helped fund this man, Coli. Think about that: you’re slaving away in a sweaty jail trying … Continue reading →
State lawmakers were wrong to freeze their own pay between 2009 and 2016, said a Cook County judge who ruled in favor of two former state senators who want their back pay. On July 2, Cook County Circuit Judge Franklin … Continue reading →
Every U.S. Census since 1850 Asked About Citizenship Status Until Obama Administration Removed That Question.
There’s a lot of whining by various factions of the U.S. media, because the Presidential Administration wishes to reinstate that the 2020 U.S. Census would ask about Citizenship-Immigration status. What they don’t tell you, is that the Citizenship question has … Continue reading →
People are leaving Illinois in droves. Republicans blame the state’s high taxes and its unfunded pension liability, which tops $130 billion. Democrats believe it’s the state’s lack of investment in education and infrastructure. One thing is certain: Illinois’ population has … Continue reading →
According to the CDC, more than 3.6 million middle and high school students used e-cigarettes over a 30-day span in 2018. That figure includes 4.9% of middle schoolers 20.8% of high schoolers. See the Leyden High School presentation on “vaping”.
The marijuana industry is expected to generate thousands of high-wage jobs in Illinois over the next decade, and there’s a strong chance cannabis growers and sellers will be hiring union labor. Legislation (H.B. 1438) legalizing cannabis for recreational use Jan. … Continue reading →