Had a wonderful time with the folks in the Fox Valley Libertarian Party in Woodstock for their annual Christmas parade in the downtown square on Sunday afternoon.
Sangamon Sun I’m sure everyone heard about the six Democrat state representatives who filed suit on Dec. 2nd against Republican Munger to bump their paychecks back to the head of the line. It was both a bold and cowardly move. Bold, that they think they will get any sympathy or support from the people of Illinois, and cowardly to go
Thanks to everyone who came out to our Holiday Party on Thursday! We had a great turnout that included members from Lake County Libertarian Party of Illinois and Libertarian Party of Dekalb County Illinois, and we brought in more canned goods than last year for our canned food drive. Plus, the fireplace was nice and the relaxation among friends was
Effingham Daily News Here’s a wonderfully scathing editorial about the state legislators that filed suit to get their pay bumped to the head of the line. To file a lawsuit so your part-time pay gets bumped to the head of the line, when the cause of the payment delays rest at your feet, is slap in the face of every
Illinois Policy hosted their annual “Gifts of the Free Market” event last night, which several of us attended, and we got to meet the Governor! The entire night was both fun, and interesting, to say the least. Thanks to Matt Scaro, former Libertarian candidate for IL Treasurer Matt Skopek, and Activism Director Steve Dutner for joining me.
The Libertarian Republic Kitty, who interviewed me from the Libertarian Republic earlier before the election, published an update about my recent projects here in Illinois!
WMAY This morning, I appeared on Greg Bishop’s program Bishop On Air on News/Talk 94.7 & 970 WMAY out of Springfield to talk about Susana Mendoza and her transition into the Illinois Comptroller office.
Office of the Comptroller Susana Mendoza has been sworn in as our tenth Comptroller, and thanks to this press release, I can now share my own news. I was asked to join her transition team, and help bring some accounting sense to our nonsensical governing body. I will be working with a wealth of knowledge from this team and was
Sangamon Sun It didn’t take the media long (or the two established parties for that matter) to give up the pretense of independence in the office of the Comptroller. The Sangamon Sun interviewed Jim Nowlan, a former state legislator, who talked about what a “Mendoza/Madigan alliance” might mean with our state government dysfunction. State government dysfunction stems from two parties