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Chicago Blames Guns For Rampant Violence

Posted on 25. Jun, 2010 by in Analysis, Politics

Chicago Blames Guns For Rampant Violence

The violence continues in Chicago. Over the last few days there have been a slew of shootings, leaving ten dead and almost sixty men, women and children wounded. One of the victims is a one-year-old child! How could this possibly happen?! Don’t these gun-toting monsters realize that King Daley II has a ban on guns? […]

Quinn’s Quandry: Serve Us Or Special Interests?

Posted on 04. Jun, 2010 by in Politics


It was recently exposed that Governor Quinn received a $75,000.00 political contribution from the Teamsters Union weeks before his signature went on the dotted line to help that same union. Chicago’s convention business is seriously flagging, largely because it is prohibitively expensive to conduct a convention in Chicago. This recent bill attempted to streamline costs […]

Chicago’s Violence Increases Each Da(le)y

Posted on 28. May, 2010 by in Politics


The killings continue in the city of Chicago and everyone knows it will only get worse. The only one that doesn’t seem to realize that is King Daley II. Apparently his whole Royal Court is afraid to bring the proud Emperor the news that he, in fact, is wearing no clothes… or (even better) no […]

Conrad Black’s Persistence May Assure The Fed’s Catch 22 Never Sees Its 23rd Birthday

Posted on 26. May, 2010 by in Analysis

Conrad Black

A tool that has been used to convict numerous infamous politicians and CEOs, the honest services statute should be a violation of honest services in itself. This statute has been a catchall trap for 22 years, and for me that (un)lucky number brings to mind the old phrase ‘Catch 22’. With honest services, you truly […]

Daley’s Rant About Butts Proves He’s Full of Sh**

Posted on 24. May, 2010 by in Analysis, Politics

So the Supreme Court will soon decide the fate of Chicago Mayor Daley’s hand gun ban. A similar anti-handgun law has already been struck down in Washington D.C., so it is fairly certain that Chicago’s three-decade old ban will be struck down as well. All of this confirms the idiocy and sheer illegality of Daley’s […]

Thoughts On Credibility, Donald Trump And Tim Allen

Posted on 21. May, 2010 by in Analysis

Tim Allen

Typically convicted felons and debtors have little to no credibility or/and credit power. However, people with such dubious backgrounds overcome these hurdles all the time. Donald Trump has filed corporate bankruptcy multiple times. He had, at one time, over 900 million dollars in personal debt. Yet today droves of people pay their hard-earned money to […]

Fair Trial For Blago?

Posted on 17. May, 2010 by in Analysis, Politics

Fair trial for Blago? Anyone with any common sense and knowledge of the federal judicial system has to realize that former Governor Blagojevich cannot get a fair trial in the United States District Court, Northern District of Illinois and/or the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals. The jury pool, not only in Illinois but across the […]

KTF Media Group Welcomes Betty Loren-Maltese, Former Town President Of Cicero, Illinois, As Our Latest Literary Contributor

Posted on 15. May, 2010 by in Announcements


For those of you that do not know me, I am Betty Loren-Maltese, the former Town President of Cicero, Illinois. I have recently made the decision to be a literary contributor to KTF Media Group because of some common experiences that I happen to share with the Publisher, Mr. Joseph Fosco, and part-time contributor Conrad […]