Where Does the Governor Get the Authority to Shut Down the State?
05.21.20
The Illinois Constitution grants neither the governor or the IDPH the power to suspend the Bill of Rights in the Illinois constitution. The Illinois Constitution grants neither the governor or IDPH any emergency powers to deny us our constitutionally protected rights. The governor has no lawful authority aside from what is granted by the Illinois State Constitution.
Governor Pritzker Wants to Criminalize Lock-Down Opposition
By David E. Smith   |   05.18.20
Gov. J.B. Pritzker has filed an emergency rule to punish businesses that open to customers in defiance of his illegal lock-down orders. Violators could be charged with a Class A misdemeanor, which is a fine between $75 and $2,500. Additionally, this emergency rule extends the governor’s emergency authority from 30 days to 150 days.
Obama Judge Ignores the Expressed Will of the Legislative Branch
By David E. Smith   |   05.09.20
Obama judicial appointee Judge John Z. Lee of the Northern District of Illinois ruled against The Beloved Church last week as they filed a federal complaint challenging Governor J.B. Pritzker‘s emergency Executive Orders. The pastor and church, located in Lena,...
Illinoisans’ Rights During the Pandemic
04.18.20
On March 9, 2020, Governor JB Pritzker declared every county in Illinois is a disaster area. The Illinois Emergency Management Agency Act (20 ILCS 3305/7) allows the Governor to proclaim a disaster exists, by which he can give himself authority under the Act to exercise certain emergency powers. The most noteworthy of the powers he has exercised is the power to control the movement of persons within a disaster area, and the power to control and restrict the use, sale, or distribution of goods and services.
What Are Gov. Pritzker’s Priorities?
By David E. Smith   |   04.01.20
In the midst of the COVID-19 craziness, it is alarming to recognize there are many who are willing to use our current health crisis for their own gain and/or agenda. As these snollygosters and media types grandstand, I cannot help...
Voting Resources for 2020 Illinois Primary Election
02.05.20
The Primary Election is March 17, 2020 and early voting starts on February 6th. If you have moved, changed your name or will be 18 on or before the November 3rd General Election, please register to vote. CLICK HERE to...
Illinois Rep. Invites Christians to ‘Pray for Springfield’
By Christine Misner   |   02.01.20
What would happen if church members from around Illinois came to Springfield and sat praying in the House gallery each time it met during the spring 2020 session? What could God do in Illinois? That’s what Illinois State Rep. Dave...
The Chicago Public Schools Teacher Strike is a Class Struggle
By Jonathon Clay de Hale   |   10.12.19
He’s a well-known socialist. Not the chic, hipster socialist making a comeback these days who hangs with the cool kids. No, he’s a dyed-in-the-wool, cherry-red socialist. His first job out of college was as an organizer with the United Steelworkers...
Fair Maps Could Be a Solution for Illinois
By Christine Misner   |   09.17.19
Former State Representative Peter Breen (R-Lombard) has two words for his fellow Illinoisans, “Fair Maps.” Fair Maps is an effort to break the hold Illinois House Speaker Michael Madigan (D-Chicago) has on the state’s election map. On the website FairMapsIllinois.com,...
Illinois’ Predatory Profiteering Leaders
By Laurie Higgins   |   08.03.19
The unholy trinity of J.B. Pritzker, creepy State Representative Kelly Cassidy, and her creepy “wife” Candace Gingrich (who goes by the pronoun “they,” #eyeroll) continue in their efforts to destroy whatever good remains in Illinois. (And yes, people who promote...
Clowns to the Left of Dale Righter in Springfield
By Laurie Higgins   |   06.06.19
You must watch 8 gut-busting minutes of one floor “debate” that took place recently in the Springfield swamp. Then when you’ve caught your breath and dried those tears of laughter, take a moment to dash off a thank you to...
More Anti-Family Legislation Approved by State Lawmakers
By David E. Smith   |   06.04.19
The regular session of the Illinois General Assembly ended at midnight on May 31st. When that deadline passed, Illinois House Speaker Michael Madigan (D-Chicago) called for a Special Session of the Illinois House in order to finish what they started--namely the expansion of immorality, exploitation of citizens with new fees and taxes, and irresponsible spending of state government. They finished "business" on Sunday.
2019 Session Recap and Perspective
By David E. Smith   |   05.31.19
If you follow politics and public policy at all, you know well the saying, "elections have consequences." Well, during this most recent General Assembly session (January-May), and especially the last two weeks, we have seen those consequences in spades, as super majorities in both the Illinois Senate and Illinois House passed far-reaching agenda items that can only be described extreme, duplicitous, and destructive.
End-of-Session Prayer Alert
By David E. Smith   |   04.30.19
Illinois State lawmakers are entering into the last month of the 2019 Spring Session. They have much on their legislative agenda, including approving a budget for the next fiscal year, which begins on July 1st. The Illinois State Constitution requires...
The Push for a Graduated Income Tax as Illinois Hurtles Towards the Abyss
By Timothy J. Dailey   |   04.25.19
If Governor J.B. Pritzker has his way, Illinois will institute a graduated income tax to replace its flat 4.95 percent tax rate. The governor claims that increasing the tax rate will generate billions in new revenue while only raising taxes...

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