At the height of their World War II expansion, as they prepared the assault on Midway Island, the Japanese admiralty conducted a wargame. The mock
Month: September 2012
What's wrong with Jim Oberweis? Now it's Ellen Nottke?
Why is State Senate candidate Jim Oberweis suddenly playing peace envoy for that real precinct committeeman piece of work, Ellen Nottke? He’s lately been leaning
Republicans need to stop preaching to the choir!
This will take you to a great CNN column by GOP strategist Alex Castellanos in which he echoes my “Republicans spend way too much time
Anyone want to run for mayor of Geneva?
Yesterday’s Patch column covers my thoughts on the Geneva Mayoral race so far. For the first time in years, Kevin Burns is vulnerable, but we
Freedom of religion also means freedom from religion
Sorry for being a little lax dear readers. But here’s Monday’s Courier News column which covers my thoughts on the no 9/11 moment of silence
What! Acting like a rock star gets you rehab?
Apparently, not everything that happens in Vegas stays there. After Green Day lead vocalist Billie Joe Armstrong thought the iHeartRadio Festival people were cutting the
Every politician should pay attention to what Seth Meyers just said!
If you’ve watched a show like People’s Court for any length of time, you probably realize that 75 percent of winning your court case is
Joel Brodsky weighs in on my Beacon-News column
Today’s Beacon-News column on the hearsay law used to nail Drew Peterson is certainly getting some play – in both emails and post column comments.
Two interesting columns coming up!
Just to whet your appetite, it’ll be worth your while to pick up the Sunday Beacon-News. Retired Judge Don Fabian weighed in on my previous
Tao Martinez is one smart cookie
Whenever a candidate comes to me for advice (and it happens more often than you’d think), the first thing I tell ’em is to engage