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Supporting Police is an obligation, not a political issue

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Supporting Police is an obligation, not a political issue

Supporting Police is an obligation, not a political issue The Village of Orland Park this year is distributing new vehicle stickers that salute the dedication and service of the nation’s Police. Police have come under attack because a few members have committed criminal, violent acts against civilians, unjustly killing suspects or asserting excessive violence in…

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Mainstream news media does not run America

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Mainstream news media does not run America

Mainstream news media does not run America The mainstream news media is an industry driven by hypocrisy, power and greed, but it does not and should not be the force that defines America. It is the symbol of the American foundation of free speech, but in recent years has become a driving force behind political…

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Palestinians failing in telling their story

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Palestinians failing in telling their story

Palestinians failing in telling their story Where is the Palestinian “Exodus”? Palestinians have failed to tell their story to counter the lies propagated by lies spread by Israel. The Israelis have built up myths catered to appeal Audiences in America, where the power rests to determine who will dominate the Middle East. Arabs have underestimated…

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Who is Rauner trying to fool?

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Who is Rauner trying to fool?

Who is Rauner trying to fool? Failed Gov. Bruce Rauner is doing his best to mislead Illinois residents while making poor choices that put the interests of criminals above the interests of hardworking taxpayers, families and youth. By Ray Hanania Last week, Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner plagiarized a bill proposed by Democratic Cook County Sheriff…

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Opposition to Preckwinkle soda tax building

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Opposition to Preckwinkle soda tax building

Opposition to Preckwinkle soda tax building Consumers in Cook County’s suburbs are the targets of a new tax imposed by Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle, who is based in Chicago. The tax excludes pop purchased by lower income and welfare supported buyers, such as using SNAP, but targets middle income homeowners in the county’s…

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Kathy Griffin and the real US extremism

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Kathy Griffin and the real US extremism

Kathy Griffin and the real US extremism I’m sick and tired of the anti-Trump jihadists who care more about destroying their political enemy, President Donald Trump, than they do about making American Great. Yes, Great Again! The anti-Trump critics are hypocrites who say and do anything to demonize the American President while turning their backs…

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50 years of failed strategy is nothing to commemorate

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50 years of failed strategy is nothing to commemorate

50 years of failed strategy is nothing to commemorate Palestinians need to develop a new strategy to confront Israel’s violence and land terrorism. We can no longer afford to embrace the “all or nothing” strategy because it’s not a strategy at all. We have to stop commemorating our suffering and instead put our energies into…

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Looking at the bigger picture of Trump and the Middle East

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Looking at the bigger picture of Trump and the Middle East

Looking at the bigger picture of Trump and the Middle East Concerns by Arab and Palestinian activists over what President Donald J. Trump might or might not do have been overly exaggerated. So far, Trump has not been as hostile to the Palestinian and Arab cause as they predicted. In fact, Trump’s initial foreign trip…

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Buying a new car is so traumatic

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Buying a new car is so traumatic

Buying a new car is so traumatic Seven years is about the most you should expect to keep a car because cars are made to fall apart to help generate more profits for the automobile industry. They don’t make them to last any more. There’s just too much money at stake for the auto industry…

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Remembering at Memorial Day

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Remembering at Memorial Day

Remembering at Memorial Day Memorial Day is an important time to remember the sacrifices of veterans in your family like your dad or your mom. But remembering requires a little work. Getting them to share their stories and documenting them in journals for later years is so important to do By Ray Hanania Like many people,…

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