My steady viewers know that I have been staying clear of mafia-related material as of recent. However, when the opportunity to interview a well-known expert like John Binder came along, I could not resist.
Recently I shared a comment about a pardon that I find questionable that Illinois Governor Pat Quinn issued to Chicago First Ward Politico Juan “Johnny” Elias, a man once convicted of crimes of stealing, drugs and vote fraud. Apparently the comment on the pardon was deemed to be unsuitable by Facebook. I was suspended from posting […]
In his less than a year in office, Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel has done a lot to move himself out of the shadow of his predecessor, Richard M. Daley. Emanuel’s administration is much more concerned with wooing TV and print media than his predecessor. Daley was notoriously gruff when it came to dealing with reporters. […]
The Iranian government, which has been lovingly lambasted repeatedly by yours truly in the past, made news again the last few days. The Ayatollah’s lackeys, no doubt upon the order of their theocratic puppet master, have essentially made it impossible for people within Iran to access SSL/TLS websites (basically any site that uses https instead […]
By the time you finish reading this article, I might remind you of Clara Peller, the now late Chicago-born actress, whose fame stems from a Wendy’s commercial and her deadpan delivery of the line, “Where’s the beef?!” My concern, however, does not revolve around an obsession with ground chuck. My query is centered on a […]
WARNING – According to very close sources of Robert and David Meyers (from the Coralville, Iowa area), both men have purportedly swindled Chicago-based business consultants during a foiled attempt to gain massive support for their alleged scheme known as Terrapin Coffee. The two suspects are brothers in their late 30s, whom have been purportedly selling […]