By Laura Adrian
I am a woman. I can vote, I have a job, and I'm pursuing an education. Thank you, early women's libbers, for giving me those opportunities. But modern progressive feminism has gone far beyond suffrage and "votes for women." Once capable and virtuous, the new American woman is now petty and promiscuous.
By Christopher Z. Mooney
You may not have noticed, but on July 3, the Illinois State Supreme Court dealt a body blow to the state's body politic.
By Tom Emery
CARLINVILLE — For the second time, members of a central Illinois Civil War group have successfully spearheaded an effort to restore a Civil War flag.
By Andrew Wilk
Just as filling potholes can only temporarily hide the fact that a road is crumbling, so does our refusal to recognize that government's unprecedented experiment with Keynesian stimulus — known to the uninitiated masses as borrowing and spending on a breathtaking scale — has likely just about run its course.
By Ann Callis
Being a mother is one of the biggest motivating factors for me to stand up and run for Congress. I proudly watched my son become an Army Ranger, and my daughter become a middle school teacher, and was inspired by both. I think all parents reading this will understand what I mean when I say I am in awe of who my children have become.
By Tyler Rotche
Stakeholders in Champaign and Vermilion County have worked to inform their neighbors about the impacts of Sunrise Coal's proposed Bulldog coal mine. Now they are reaching out to update a more distant group: Sunrise Coal's investors.
By Joseph Bauers
The school parking lot was filled with cars that no teenager ought to drive, at least from my father's point of view.
The summer before my senior year, I had purchased, on his advice, a 1949 Chevrolet, my first car.
By Nick Burbules and Joyce Tolliver
Faculty union advocates on this campus want to represent themselves as the tireless advocates for faculty salary improvement.
But let's look at the facts.