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Discussion in 'News / Current Events' started by Revmitchell, Nov 29, 2015.
That lady has a potty mouth.
Sounds like the same old Chicago--there have always been various groups seeking reform but Chicago is a one-party town so the dispute Is internal among Democrats.
For a long time, downtown Chicago had as a ward alderman an mafia boss. I wonder how much Chicago still is in the grip of the mafia? As for getting something done for a particular neighborhood, Chicago has so many unfunded liabilities, many relating to the union workers who make up the city employees and their pensions, that Chicago is on the brink of bankruptcy.
Why did the city give $5,000,000 to the family of a person who was a ward of the state?
The wheels of justice grind slowly but they grind very fine. Supposedly the mafia influence is out of the local courts, but does anyone know?