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qfingers - Rauner to make Quincy stop on Saturday - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Care to back up your statement with any facts? Also be sure to recognize that businesses don't really pay taxes....consumers do.
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Saying and doing are different. My bet is that you would be for term limits but as demonstrated, what the people want will not happen, same with illegal immigration.
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What petition for the Illinois libertarian party was passed around in California? And I would also be interested in why they didn't read what they were signing.
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Good it looks like we agree on even more, our entitlement society is bad, but just remember welfare and food stamps are a drop in the bucket compared to Corporate, and Ag welfare, only one of the three candidates will address this in a meaning full way.
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Edina Sentinel reporter kept out of courtroom during murder trial

4 months, 3 weeks ago From nemonews.net

Last week, the defense subpoenaed Sentinel reporter Echo Menges as a witness

From From nemonews.net:

Last week, the defense subpoenaed Sentinel reporter Echo Menges as a witness. By invoking “the rule”, witnesses are kept out of the courtroom until they are called to testify. Exactly what Echo is supposed to testify to is not clear, since she didn’t witness the crime, and has already reported everything else she has found out.

It’s our opinion that the subpoena was simply to keep Echo from reporting on the story. We hired the law firm of Ahern and Bach to argue the issue on a variety of First Amendment and other legal grounds, but our motion to quash was overruled by Judge Gary Dial.

The legal costs alone will likely cost us the Sentinel several hundred dollars. Not to mention travel expenses.

Starting Tuesday, I will be going to Moberly to cover the trial, so that we can finish what we’ve started-bringing our readers complete news coverage of this important issue.

For those of you that think we might do things just to “sell papers”, consider this: IF we were to sell an extra 100 papers, that would be huge. IF those papers were all sold in our office, so we weren’t splitting the money with our dealers, we’d make an extra 55 bucks. So obviously, it’s not about the money.

We do it because we care about our communities, and because it’s the right thing to do.

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