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Chicago, We’ve Only Just Begun

This mayoral election marked the first time in over 20 years that Chicagoans had a real voice in our elections and real chance to shape city-hall politics outside of Daley’s machine.  The crowded field narrowed and a true reformer was … Continue reading

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Today’s Fight for Our Morale, Tomorrow for Our Future.

Last night was demoralizing. Watching election results was crushing.  For those who hadn’t totally come off the hopium of 2008, this was quite a crash. Though the pundits opined that it reflected more an attitutude than an ideology, the shift … Continue reading

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