Billionaire George Soros was named “Philanthropist of the Year” by Inside Philanthropy magazine for his “…fight for academic freedom in Central Europe, and his resistance to the rising tide of authoritarianism worldwide.” The former is a reference to gender studies programs and the latter concerns his ongoing campaign to undermine existing governments, causing chaos that makes more money for hedge fund currency manipulators and short-sellers like himself.
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Tagged Aaron Hernandez, Adam Schuster, David E. Smith, Donald J. Trump, Dr. Kenneth Finn, Fentanyl, George Soros, Inside Philanthropy, Jerome M. Adams, John Klingner, Juliana Stratton, Marc Levine, Pete Buttigieg, Philanthropist of the Year, Roger Morgan, Ted Dabrowski, Theodoric Meyer, Trevor Hughes, USA Today, WirePoints
In an 804-word news article appearing in the Chicago Tribune on Friday, Jan. 10, the day before the March for Life, “reporter” Angie Leventis Lourgos provided these scant details about the event...
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Tagged Andrew Clancy, Angie Leventis Lourgos, Chicago Tribune, Eric Tenfelde, Juliana Stratton, Kim Foxx, Lori Lightfoot, March for Life Chicago, Nasty Women, Women's March, Women’s March Chicago 2020
What was Illinois Lieutenant Governor Juliana Stratton thinking when she purchased recreational marijuana in Chicago on the first day of its legal sales in Illinois? Does she not understand that as a public official she is setting a reckless and foolish example, especially for children and teens?
Illinois policy makers continue to send a dangerous message to our young people. First, they called marijuana “medicine.” Now, they call it “recreational.” Do you know of any other drug that’s used for both medicine and recreation? The hoax has worked.
Gone are the days of “this is your brain on drugs.” Instead, …
On Wednesday evening, the Illinois House of Representatives voted 72 to 45 to ratify SJRCA 4, a completely unnecessary proposal to amend the U.S. Constitution to eradicate sex as a legitimate characteristic on which to base reasonable distinctions. Illinois House GOP Leader Jim Durkin (R-Western Springs) and ten House Republicans voted for the ERA, while five Democrats voted against this resolution.
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Tagged Allen Skillicorn, Ann Williams, Carol Ammons, Christian Mitchell, Christine Winger, Dan Brady, David Harris, Emmanuel Welch, Equal Rights Amendment, ERA, Jeanne Ives, Juliana Stratton, Kelly Cassidy, Laura Fine, Lou Lang, Mary Flowers, Pete Breen, Rita Mayfield, Stephanie Kifowit, Steve Andersson, Sue Scherer, Terry Bryant, Tom Morrison