A judge ordered one of Chicago’s most politically powerful labor unions to suspend picketing against 16 funeral homes last week after receiving reports that striking Teamsters had, among other things, disturbed a child’s funeral.
I wouldn’t have as much of an issue with Rahmbo spending taxpayer money on a basketball stadium if he had the sense to direct the money to a program that, you know, actually won games.
One of the largest hospitality unions in the nation will protest President Barack Obama’s commerce secretary nominee on Thursday, the first day of her confirmation hearings.
I wonder if Waka Flocka Flame or United In Peace INC. saw the absurdity in having a rapper whose MC name is literally the sounds of gunfire perform at an anti-violence concert. Somehow I doubt it.
A majority of Chicago voters think Mayor Rahm Emanuel has failed at restarting Chicago’s economy, according to a recent WGN-TV/Chicago Tribune poll.