Illinois conducts door-to-door vaccination information program

News 07/13/21, 17:39

In advance of President Joe Biden’s door-knocking campaign to get more unvaccinated people to be more open with the doses, Illinois last weekend has already assembled their door-knocker team. But according to the instruction manual, residents can rest assured that they will not be subjected to any coercive attempts. According to ...

Homicides jump in six Democrat-run cities with more black victims reported

D.C. 06/29/21, 21:28

Several Democratic Party-ruled cities across the nation experienced a surge in homicides in the past year. Crime data shows many cases disproportionately affected African Americans. Black people represented a substantial number of murder victims in six major cities in the first six months of 2021, compared to the same time last ...

Democratic Chicago Mayor’s office admits it excluded white reporters

U.S. 06/14/21, 00:39

America’s third most populous city leader confessed she refused multiple media interview requests because the reporter was white. Democratic Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot's office openly admitted to having a policy of refusing access to Caucasian journalists. Office of the Mayor Communications Director Kate LeFurgy was recently caught saying her employer organized a ...

68 Catholic bishops oppose Biden’s order to fund foreign abortion clinics

Washington 06/10/21, 00:41

Religious leaders criticized the president's move to let taxpayer funds be used to kill unborn babies outside the United States as incompatible with their teachings. Sixty-eight bishops denounced Joe Biden's executive order to reverse an earlier Trump-era ban on federally funding foreign abortion providers. Cardinals Blase Cupich, Wilton Gregory, Sean O'Malley, Joseph ...

Legendary actress Betty White loves working with animals

Inspired Stories 05/31/21, 01:57

A comedian who champions animal rights continues to captivate her fans as she approaches becoming a centenarian. Actress Betty White was born in Illinois on Jan. 17, 1922, before her family relocated to Los Angeles, California. "I think they were so disappointed when I was a baby that they had a baby, ...

Illinois has a win over Facebook in $350 million lawsuit

U.S. 03/02/21, 03:58

Facebook users in Illinois stand to gain between $200 and $400 each after the tech giant was ordered to pay a $650 million settlement for illegally collecting biometric data for facial recognition. Although Facebook claimed it had done nothing wrong, in January 2020, it attempted to settle the case for $550 ...

Former Trump aide Catalina Lauf to primary ‘Rino’ Adam Kinzinger

U.S. 02/25/21, 04:45

A 27-year-old former Trump administration staffer on Tuesday, Feb. 23, announced her 2022 primary challenge to Republican Illinois Rep. Adam Kinzinger. Catalina Lauf, who previously served as a top advisor to the United States Department of Commerce under the Trump administration, launched her campaign following Kinzinger's impeachment vote against the former ...

Chicago scandal: Lightfoot diverts $281 million from CCP Virus aid for police

U.S. 02/19/21, 07:30

Controversial Democratic Mayor of Chicago Lori Lightfoot, is embroiled in a scandal for diverting $281 million, from aid to counter the damage caused by the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) Virus, to fund the police. "That’s the last thing people wanted, to infuse hundreds of millions more dollars into the Police Department ...

Former CDC director joins call for immediate reopening of schools

News 02/05/21, 14:24

In the struggle between scientists who recommend the immediate reopening of schools that remain closed and teachers' unions that refuse, new voices have been added, such as that of a former director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Dr. Richard Besser, who warns about the importance of ...

Biden’s chief of staff defends unions refusing to reopen schools

U.S. 01/27/21, 13:07

President Joe Biden's chief of staff Ron Klain threw his support behind teachers unions in their stance against reopening schools to return to in-person learning, arguing that investments in facilities for the safety of students and workers are still lacking.  Teachers' unions refuse to resume in-person learning, claiming that face-to-face would ...