This is certainly an interesting take on the "Deadeye Dick" Cheney story:
The wait is over, the attack on the front-runner -- so what if she's the only woman in the race, these are desperate times -- has begun. It was inevitable that Gidwitz, Brady or Oberweis would have to begin to beat up on Judy Baar Topinka. The gloves are
The days are getting longer, the number of basketball games left is dwindling, pitchers and catchers report to Arizona and Florida this week and -- best of all -- the Central Ilinois Collegiate League baseball schedule is out.
Check this out http://www.cafepress.com/mypresident2008/761859
This is the kind of stuff that state Sen. Dan Rutherford has been waiting for in his quest to upset Secretary of State Jesse White.
The Service Employees International Union, Illinois Council is being very good to Illinois Democrats, as it probably should be.
Because of space limitations and the fact that his response came in after the column appeared in Wednesday morning's edition of The News-Gazette, we weren't able to publish much of James Liautaud's explanation for why he has given $30,500 to Dan Rutherfor
Champaign-Urbana residents have a chance to help a high school in New Orleans that was devastated by Hurricane Katrina and to enjoy some fabulous authentic New Orleans cooking.
According to this article http://hotlineblog.nationaljournal.com/archives/2006/01/the_futures_mar_11.html there's a scarcity a up-and-coming political talent in
Here's an interesting item about the late Paul Simon and the late Sen. Everett Peters that I ran across in a 50-year-old News-Gazette.