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TPImgratnColitn - Durbin says Obama should bypass Congress on immigration - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Durbin, is a tired traitor to his constituents. Here is a list of the tears one should shed for Real Americans. NO TEARS FOR REAL AMERICANS Where are you tears for the downtrodden, abused, mourning Real Americans? None, we see. Why? Because that wouldn't fit the liberal narrative. The facts argue for true and real concern for Real Americans. What facts? 1. They have lost their…
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Please show me the provision in the Freedom of Information Act that allows a reporter access to a public contract while a negotiation is in progress. I'll wait. I mean you obviously have such a vast knowledge of the subject. I can't believe you're not the president of FOX News. BG
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It usually takes a while for the media to get public information. Judici.com is an excellent source of public court records and it's free.
MountainMan - Rauner to make Quincy stop on Saturday - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
of course not but I'm not gonna vote for one Horses A$$ because he's not as bad as the other. Their seems to be a legitimate option out their this time that doesn't include the same two options we try every friggin 4 years.
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Not true drum57ix the city gets paid for the recycables just not enough to fund the entire program!

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Federal judge: Illinois politicians aren't getting message

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A federal judge who sentenced a former Chicago alderman to 10 1/2 years in prison says some Illinois politicians aren't getting the message that corrupt behavior carries a heavy price

  • CHICAGO — A federal judge who sentenced a former Chicago alderman to 10 1/2 years in prison says some Illinois politicians aren't getting the message that corrupt behavior carries a heavy price.
    He made the comment Friday while sentencing 60-year-old Ambrosio Medrano for scheming to accept bribes and kickbacks to sell bandages to hospitals.
    Medrano must report to prison by March 21. One prison where the defense says they'd like Medrano to go is the Colorado facility where former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich is serving a 14-year sentence for corruption.
    Judge Gary Feinerman told Friday's hearing the "cost-benefit calculation" of politicians "is skewed" and too many conclude that the benefits outweigh the potential costs.
    He says he hopes Medrano's sentence will help "realign that cost-benefit calculation."

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