Archive for June, 2012

May the month America died

By Editor - Last updated: Thursday, June 28, 2012

This is the month in American history that should never be forgotten. Many negative laws and consequences of those laws go by without notice because of a failed media that bought into the idea that after the country is completely socialist, they will remain untouched. They forget, dictators take control of the media to manage […]

Weber doing what we elected him to do

By Editor - Last updated: Thursday, June 28, 2012

WILL COUNTY TREASURER STEVE WEBER, CPA Changes completed within the first 18 months of taking office Upon taking office in December 2010, I learned the Treasurer’s office had not made any changes for over 10 years and was operating under the old saying of “if it isn’t broke….don’t fix it”. My motto has always been […]

Radogno opponent, hurts the conservative cause in Illinois.

By Editor - Last updated: Monday, June 25, 2012

Radogno challenger has to answer some serious questions. Jeff Tucek is the “Pension Director” for the Illinois Tea Party and has recently spoken to numerous groups across the area on the urgency for pension reform in Illinois. I agree this is a huge issue, but so does Senator Radogno his opponent. Jeff Tucek just filed […]

Reminder of bad Government management last year with cemetery’s

By Editor - Last updated: Monday, June 25, 2012

Proposed state law: three caskets to one grave An Illinois lawmaker is pushing a bill that would allow cemeteries to bury some people three to a grave. State Rep. Bill Cunningham, D-Chicago, is proposing a bill that would limit cemeteries to burying indigent or unidentified bodies to three caskets in one grave. “We just thought […]

Solution for increasing quality of Life for “everyone”

By Editor - Last updated: Sunday, June 24, 2012

Dear Congressman Jackson Do you really think people can live as we should on $10 and hour? I suggest you raise the minimum wage to something more reasonable where people can live in decent homes, drive a nice car, take vacations more often and retire early enough to still enjoy life to the fullest. And, […]