You never make the same mistake twice. The second time you make it, it is no longer a mistake. It’s a choice. – Lauren Conrad
Month: October 2022
Quick Hits – October 25, 2022
What if what you do to survive Kills the things you love? I generally enjoy observing the inevitable fallout wrought from a vast irony, but
Those crafty Springfield Democrats are at it again!
I was more than a bit surprised when those general assembly Democrats remapped Republican state rep Keith Wheeler right out of his relatively safe 50th
Quick Hits – October 18, 2020
Pandemic panic porn refuses to die Those doomed to repeat history Illinois public health officials, medical professionals, and the press are at it again. Convinced
The First Ward’s endorsements – 2022
Since early voting has commenced, it’s time to present The First Ward’s traditional bi-annual endorsement column. So, here goes: 1. Candidates you should vote for:
Quick Hits – October 11, 2022
I’m here to help! But despite that generally magnanimous magnificence, some of you have the temerity to remain steadfastly skeptical in regard to my amazing
DOA Podcast – the Shadwick King verdict and a little more!
I apologize for the long delay between podcasts, but I had to finish the book and I wanted to see the first post trial motion
Doomed to repeat it
History repeats itself. So, you might want to pay attention. — Quavo One of the recurring First Ward themes echoes philosopher George Santayana’s accurately quoted
The more things change… The FBI is at it again!
Though it’s more than a little macabre, the Chicago Tribune’s comprehensive coverage of the 40th anniversary of the 1982 Tylenol murders does have its moments.