Dog day Sunday.

Wakarusa, Indiana. 2009. Still fighting for national healthcare.


The art.



The radio show/podcast.

AFSCME’s Elijah Edwards joins us to talk about life after Janus. Ronald Kitchen, author of My Midnight Years, is one of the Death Row Ten and a victim of Jon Burge torture and false conviction.







Blog posts.

Hitting Left: Wrongful convictions and life after Janus.

Latest Barbara Byrd-Bennett, Rahm and Vallas CPS scandals. “What do the simple folk do?”

What flavor of kool-aid does Greg Hinz prefer?

Protesting the closing of another Chicago school and what the latest research says about the 2013 school closings.

When Illinois legislators don’t bother to read the bill they’re voting on and the IEA and IFT are asleep at the wheel. The 3% teacher salary cap.

Keeping retirement real. What I miss. Cherubs on the ceiling.

3 thoughts on “Dog day Sunday.

  1. Those who work full time will have insurance available to them. Those who refuse to work and live on the government dole should not be given insurance. Insurance is one of the benefits of working full time. It shouldn’t be an entitlement. There are too many of those!

    1. So in your world people who don’t or can’t work should die. About the “government dole.”

      In 1996 the Republican Congress passed a reform law signed by President Clinton that gave the control of the welfare system back to the states.

      The Federal government provides assistance through TANF (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families). TANF is a grant given to each state to run their own welfare program. The TANF grant requires that all recipients of welfare aid must find work within two years of receiving aid, including single parents who are required to work at least 30 hours per week opposed to 35 or 55 required by two parent families. Failure to comply with work requirements could result in loss of benefits.

  2. Trump and the Republicans are doing all they can to destroy Obamacare and diminish health care to millions of Americans.

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