Wallace “Gator” Bradley endorses JB Pritzker in upcoming race (Chicago, IL) – Because it was brought to my attention that in Illinois, Pritzker has signed off on nearly every part of the national Democratic platform, from raising the minimum wage to a massive infrastructure bill (Pritzker calls it the Rebuild Illinois plan) to clean-energy legislation and legalizing cannabis. He’s also enforced Covid protocols, maintained good relationships (for the most part) with his legislative counterparts and has managed to stay popular in the polls.
And after I testified at the Joint Illinois House Committee’s Hearing on September 15, 2021, and watching what the Governor is doing to contain the COVID-19 ,especially to protect the residents and Seniors in the Nursing Homes and Long Term Care, I’ve become cautiously optimistic that the Governor will support the implementation of the Nursing Home Care Act; Sec 8 against those Nursing Homes who weren’t and who aren’t in compliance.
Wallace “Gator” Bradley endorses JB Pritzker in upcoming race
The Lost Year: What the Pandemic Cost Teenagers – Everything looks the same on either side of the Texas-New Mexico border in the great oil patch of the Permian Basin. There are the pump jacks scattered across the plains, nodding up and down with metronomic regularity.
The Government Donald Trump Left Behind – Donald Trump was elected president in 2016 following a campaign of pledges to build a wall along the border with Mexico, repeal and replace his predecessor’s signature health care legislation, “drain the swamp” of special interests in Washington, D.C., and cut through the federal government’s bureaucracy, all to “Make America Great Again.”
The Murder Chicago Didn’t Want to Solve (Chicago, IL) – The man who called me, a long-retired Chicago police officer, was alternately charming and curt. He insisted he had nothing to do with the murder.
The Sweet Fern Savanna Land and Water Reserve, in the heart of Pembroke Township, Illinois, offers a glimpse into what much of the area looked like before European settlers drained swamps and cleared forests to grow corn and soybeans.