By: Diane Benjamin This story is from April 21, 2020: https://blnnews.com/2020/04/21/normal-last-night-part-1/ The story proves Normal’s claim of being environmentally friendly is false. To be labeled an Energy Star building it must be rated at least 75, 11 Uptown on rated 43. The rating is based on energy consumption as compared to other like buildings. That […]
By: Diane Benjamin Since the media isn’t interested in holding tyrannical dictators accountable, I must keep posting Mayor Koos taunting protesters. This picture speaks volumes about him and his buddies on the Council – the PLAN is the only thing that matters, not you. But there is more: A guy name Josh Favus is Koos’ […]
h/t a friend in Springfield An OPEN ILLINOIS rally is also taking place in Chicago. The people who refuse to accept government tyranny are demanding freedom. My delete button is armed and ready to remove stupid comments about hoping they die. If you want to live in fear go right ahead, stay in your basement […]
By: Diane Benjamin Normal Mayor Chris Koos posted this on Facebook: http://honolulu2019.com/climate/ Tari must not have been invited. He is going to the US Conference of Mayors that starts to tomorrow in Honolulu: https://blnnews.com/2019/04/18/off-to-hawaii/ One would think true believers, like Koos, who think we are destroying the world with carbon emissions would: Not fly to […]
From Illinois Review: http://illinoisreview.typepad.com/illinoisreview/2013/07/obama-strongly-supported-stand-your-ground-when-in-illinois-senate.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+typepad%2FbYHz+%28Illinois+Review%29&utm_content=Yahoo%21+Mail CHICAGO – This past week President Obama publicly urged the reexamination of state self-defense laws (see remarks below). However, nine years ago then-State Sen. Barack Obama actually co-sponsored a bill that strengthened Illinois’ 1961 “stand your ground” law. The Obama-sponsored bill (SB 2386) enlarged the state’s 1961 law by shielding the […]
Where’s the media? Probably can’t afford to drive to a camera.