Friday, 18th August 2017

Does Facebook Kowtow To Chicago and The Chicago Outfit?

Posted on 27. Jul, 2014 by in Current Events, Organized Crime

Juan Alias pardoned

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 […]

Judge Bob Bastone, Is The Chicago Outfit Dead?

Posted on 07. Jul, 2013 by in Organized Crime, Politics

Joseph Aiuppa

With the recent imprisonment of Outfit Boss’ James “Little Jimmy” Marcello, Joey “the Clown” Lombardo and the now late Frank Calabrese Sr. (all thanks to the Family Secrets Case) in mind, Democratic State Central Committeeman Jim DeLeo famously claimed that “there is no Outfit.” Is he truly sincere? When it comes to talking about the […]

Obama’s Unbecoming Presidential Campaign

Posted on 25. Oct, 2012 by in Analysis, Politics


Who knew the fate of the presidential election would tip on the number of women voting as if their lady parts depend on it? Early on in the presidential race, Barrack Obama’s campaign made the calculation to use young, unmarried, female voters, a group that leans heavily Democratic as a punch card for a second […]

Illinois Taxpayers On The Line For Springfield’s Pension Debacle

Posted on 12. Apr, 2012 by in Current Events, Politics


The Teachers’ Retirement System is broke and it is largely the fault of the state government, at least according to TRS Executive Director Dick Ingram. According to new numbers making the rounds throughout Illinois, the Teachers’ Retirement System may be insolvent as soon as 2030 because the state legislature has repeatedly delayed or flat out […]

Theo’s Twit Of The Week: George Cardenas

Posted on 17. Feb, 2012 by in Current Events, Politics


This week’s Twit is a local yokel who believes his “part-time” job as a Chicago alderman gives him the right to tax Chicago citizens into oblivion for buying bottled water and Slurpees, all while filling his (and his family’s) own pockets. Get ready to vicariously live the Chicago (but not the American) Dream through the […]

Romney Gets Trumped

Posted on 03. Feb, 2012 by in Current Events, Politics


After much hemming and hawing, The Donald has finally (hopefully?) decided not to throw his hat into the 2012 Presidential race and support one of the four remaining Republican candidates. Speculation was swirling around who exactly Trump would endorse for the Republican nomination. Wednesday the rumor mill was flooded with reports that Newt Gingrich would […]

The Only Adult In The Running

Posted on 09. Jan, 2012 by in Current Events, Politics


Yes, I’ll say it: Jon Huntsman is the only Republican (currently vying for his party’s presidential nomination) that could even remotely stand a chance of defeating Barack Obama. There is no doubt in my mind that every other candidate, each of which are wracked with crippling character flaws, will be utterly trounced by Obama’s (There’s […]

Theo’s Twit Of The Week: Sarah Palin

Posted on 25. Dec, 2011 by in Current Events


This week’s Twit must have had a Death Panel visit her popularity rating in Alaska! Get ready for some One Nation bus tour style hi-jinks with everyone’s favorite half-term Governor: Sarah Palin Sarah Palin must be getting desperate. In all the shuffle and general hub-bub of the Republican primary debates, it seems that TV and […]

Theo’s Twit Of the Week: Marcus Bachmann

Posted on 18. Dec, 2011 by in Current Events


This week’s Twit wants to ride his submissive (but not subservient!) wife’s coat tails into the White House. Get ready to have your gay washed away by the healing power of Jesus and: Marcus Bachmann In a jab at First Lady Michelle Obama, Marcus Bachmann recently commented that, if he was to become the First […]

Theo’s Twits Of The Week: Penn State Rioters

Posted on 12. Nov, 2011 by in Current Events


This week’s Twits are a bunch of snot-nosed, whiny brats who don’t have any concern for others (and no, it isn’t Congress!). Please cease your game of beer pong and join in the mayhem of: The Penn State Rioters A riot broke out on the campus of Pennsylvania State University Wednesday night. Fueled by alcohol, […]