State Journal-Register You know, I sincerely hoped Comptroller Mendoza would do the job of Comptroller for a while, for at least a few months, before maneuvering her political chessmen around on the Governmental board. Hope springs eternal, but I’m going
WVIK THANK YOU Brian Mackey for actually trying to answer this question. Governmental budgeting is a tricky thing, as I’m finding the more research I do. Mr. Mackey explains it very well in this article, talking about the restraints around
Chicago Tribune Yowza, we’ve got some harsh words coming from the Comptroller. Comptroller Mendoza has been on the offensive over the last month or so, and here’s just another example of it. I will say I did not know the
Chicago Tonight Wow wow wow, I did not see this one coming. But I guess I should have. It wasn’t bad enough that our governor hired up a bunch of Ex-Comptroller Munger’s staff after Democrat Mendoza won the Comptroller’s race.
Quad-City Times Further and further down the rabbit hole our government is pushing us. The financials – which give you the true story of what our government is doing, are getting worse and worse with each passing day. Our investments
Illinois News Network Are you KIDDING me?!? I haven’t been following the talks surrounding this “grand bargain” to get to a balanced budget but if this little FYI is accurate I’m disgusted. The government is acting like a spoiled teen,
Chicago Sun-Times Government jobs should not be consolation prizes. As I’ve said previously, you should be hired for a role based on credentials and experience, and what has the deputy-clerk done that warrants her be the executive director of the
The State Journal-Register This is the kind of favoritism I hate because it’s so blatant and biased and we’re the ones footing the bill. And I don’t care that the numbers are less than a prior administration – just because
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.