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Reagan Won Illinois. Three times.

May 6th, 2016|Comments Off on Reagan Won Illinois. Three times.

Political pundits and party leaders in DC assume that Illinois is a solid Democratic state and cannot be won. Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush are evidence to the contrary. Illinois has certainly changed since [...]

Justice for Voters in the Balance: Transforming the Supreme Court

May 6th, 2016|Comments Off on Justice for Voters in the Balance: Transforming the Supreme Court

A decade ago, conservative talk radio host Mark R. Levin wrote Men in Black, warning how the role of the Supreme Court was being politicized to impose liberal progressive policies on America in the courts. [...]

John Tillman and the Illinois Policy Institute: Can Illinois be the Texas of the Midwest?

May 6th, 2016|Comments Off on John Tillman and the Illinois Policy Institute: Can Illinois be the Texas of the Midwest?

by Nancy J. Thorner It was on a mild day in early December 2015, when I traveled with great anticipation using the Metra Union Pacific North Line from my home in Lake Bluff to the [...]

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Governor Rauner’s “State of the State”: “Where’s the Call to Action?”

Illinois still does not have a budget. As the impasse between the General Assembly and the governor continues on into its second calendar year, the fiscal state of the state continues to worsen. The state’s social service infrastructure is being destroyed. The state’s credit rating continues to suffer, and a [...]

By | March 14th, 2016|Categories: Feature Story, Illinois|0 Comments

Interview: Martin McLaughlin

Barrington Hills president Martin McLaughlin is the owner and manager of an investment advisory firm, and has been named a named fiduciary on police, fire, and municipal pension plans. He is married and the father of five daughters. His campaign website is www.fixourstate.com. A Time for Choosing recently spoke with Martin [...]

By | March 14th, 2016|Categories: Illinois 26th, Interview, Martin McLaughlin|Comments Off on Interview: Martin McLaughlin

Political Philanthropy

Political Philanthropy Why donate to politicians? Who does it? In the 2012 election, Illinois donors gave over $10 million to the Republican presidential candidate campaign committees, plus other money to PACs, Super PACs, and party organizations. Of that total, roughly $1.8 million came from 1800 donations in the Barrington area [...]

By | March 14th, 2016|Categories: Feature Story, Philanthropy|Comments Off on Political Philanthropy

The race to replace Dan Duffy

Dan McConchie is a candidate for state senate in Illinois’ 26th Senate District. According to his posted bio, he is a veteran of the Army National Guard, and vice president of government affairs for Americans United for Life, a national legal advocacy group. He lives in Hawthorn Woods with his [...]

By | March 13th, 2016|Categories: Dan Duffy, Feature Story, Illinois 26th|Comments Off on The race to replace Dan Duffy

GOP Townships Censure U.S. Senator Mark Kirk for His Votes

For many, the concern over Illinois Republican U.S. Senator Mark Kirk’s voting record has reached the tipping point. In late 2015 the Aurora Township Republican Central Committee in suburban Kane County voted to censure Kirk not once, but twice due to his votes against defunding abortion provider Planned Parenthood. As [...]

By | March 13th, 2016|Categories: Feature Story, Illinois|Comments Off on GOP Townships Censure U.S. Senator Mark Kirk for His Votes

Home School

These are examples of books which we think our readers may enjoy. Please share your own suggestions through our website at www.ChoosingIllinois.com/Resources. In each issue, we will offer new suggestions, and more choices will be featured online as a suggested book list for Republicans. Encourage children to discover that the [...]

By | March 12th, 2016|Categories: Book Review, Feature Story, Media, Resource|Comments Off on Home School

Super PACs: Funding liberal media

If you have watched TV recently, you have probably seen advertisements by Super PACs (political action committees) in support of, or in opposition to, candidates of both parties. OpenSecrets.org publishes a useful summary of such organizations in the Influence and Lobbying section of their website under PACs. For example, the [...]

By | March 10th, 2016|Categories: Feature Story, Media|Comments Off on Super PACs: Funding liberal media

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