It’s absurd,” the Tribune wrote.The judiciary has gone out of its way to neuter the citizen initiative clause in the Illinois Constitution, to the point that it’s present in name only.”We’re not sure (dissenting Justice Robert) Thomas was kidding when he suggested (the court’s) ruling should come with a bright orange sticker for voters to paste on Article XIV, Section 3 of their pocket constitution: ‘Out of service,'” the Trib wrote.The complaints, to be sure, were bitter.”The system is rigged, and the state’s powerful elite intend to keep it that way,” Shaw Media’s editorial board said.”Thumbs down to the Illinois Supreme Court, which . Disenfranchised the state’s voters to the benefit of a powerful few,” the Quad City Times stated.But, really, who cares? Certainly not the judges who did Madigan’s dirty work. They’re not accountable?Certainly not Madigan and the legislators he spared from being put to a real electoral test.
Prosecutors said the pair conspired to steal city money, first by diverting funds that were supposed to go to subcontractors, and later by submitting invoices for work that was never done. A hearing will be held to decide what restitution Duckett must pay as part of his sentencing. He must report to an undisclosed federal institution on Jan.
John McCain again finds himself in a battle. This time it with cancer, and the treatment he undergoing is exhausting. I wish him a Merry Christmas today, and I pray he lives another 20 years, he wrote. “Quite frankly, I don’t have Twitter so I didn’t really know much about it,” said Kizer, who actually does have a Twitter account. “[The trade] didn’t go through so it didn’t really affect me too much. We were on a bye week.
Opportunity means everything for Marietta and for us as Main Street, said Cristie Thomas, executive director for Marietta Main Street. Community has worked tremendously hard to get to where we are today and we still have a long way to go. Small Business Revolution was created in 2015 to share stories from small businesses across the country.
Microsoft came under fire from gamers after initially saying it would set restrictions on used games, and require an Internet connection to play. After a flurry of complaints, the company reversed its policies in June. In contrast, Sony has consistently touted support for used games and offline gameplay at industry events.
The girl is going to be out of control like that, why can a guy defend himself? she told CNN affiliate News 12 Long Island. Girls are today, they really out of control. I really think that they think they are protected because they are girls and think they can get away with anything.