Posts Tagged ‘Illinois’

‘Americans Don’t Get Ruled’: Illinois Judge Slams Gov. Pritzker’s ‘Tyrannical’ Stay-at-Home Order

An Illinois judge spectacularly unloaded on Democrat Gov. J.B. Pritzker and his still-in-effect stay-at-home order, essentially proclaiming the governor is a “tyrannical despot.” “The last time I checked Illinois citizens are also Americans and Americans don’t get ruled,” said Judge Michael McHaney on Friday. “The last time a monarch tried to rule Americans, a shot […]

Illinois Gov. Pritzker Floats ‘Jail Time’ for Business Owners Who Reopen

Illinois business owners who dare to reopen amid the state’s stay-at-home order could face jail time under Gov. Pritzker’s Orwellian new rules. Gov. J.B. Pritzker recently announced the new rule that would result in business owners facing a class a misdemeanor charge and serious fines if they reopen too early. On Wednesday, the Joint Committee […]

Woman mauled to death by her own dog in Fox Lake, Illinois

   A Fox Lake woman was found dead on her back deck after what appears to be a vicious attack by at least one of her dogs, police said. An autopsy will confirm the cause of death for Lisa Urso, 52, of 622 Knollwood Road, but the initial investigation indicates that she was attacked by […]

Evil Child Rapists Freed From Illinois Prison Over Coronavirus Fears

Dangerous pedophiles are among the roughly 450 prison inmates in Illinois that are being released every week to stop the spread of coronavirus, state records confirm. Between March 1 and May 6, over 4,500 inmates in Illinois have been set free – many of whom have been convicted of sex crimes against minors – over […]

Illinois Delays $1.2 Billion Bond Issue. Will It Tap New Fed Bailout Program?

Authored by Ted Dabrowski via, Illinois has postponed a planned $1.2 billion short-term bond issue for tomorrow and says the deal is now day-to-day. The state plans another $1 billion the following week.  The state wants the $1.2 billion to ease cash flow issues stemming from the state’s delay of its income tax filing deadline to July 15 […]

New Jersey, Illinois become latest states to issue lockdowns over coronavirus outbreak as one-quarter of ALL Americans now under movement restrictions

(Natural News) If you’re one of those American citizens who never thought you’d see the day when government at any level would be ordering us to restrict our movements or face penalties, you’ve been proven wrong. It’s happening now, as you read this, on a wider and wider scale, thanks to the […]

ILLINOIS: Jewish Mayor Deborah Frank Feinen Grants Herself Power To Ban Guns, Seize Gasoline, Water, Electricity and Take Possession of Private Property

Orthodox Jews in Champaign-Urbana Illinois Construct Eruv With Help of Mayor Deborah Frank Feinen, Volunteers and Ameren (read more) Bolshevik Deep State Created Coronavirus Severing 94% of U.S. Imports, Threatening Gas, Agriculture, Power & Defense, To Usher In Liberty Crushing Force of Economic Collapse, Starvation, Agenda 21 and World War (read more) Paul Joseph Watson […]

Illinois Mayor Signs Executive Order Granting Her Power to Ban Sale of Guns and Alcohol

The mayor of Champaign, Illinois, now has the power to ban the sale of guns and alcohol after declaring a citywide emergency to deal with the coronavirus outbreak on Thursday. Mayor Deborah Frank Feinen signed an executive order declaring a state of emergency for the city. The order, which is in line with municipal code, […]

Illinois Mayor May Ban Guns, Firearms Sales Over Coronavirus Panic

An Illinois mayor has signed an executive order taking up wide-ranging emergency powers that she claims gives her the authority to halt the sale of all firearms and ammunition. The declaration is being framed as a response to the Chinese coronavirus. Champaign, Illinois Mayor Deborah Frank Feinen signed the declaration Friday morning. […]

Jussie Smollett’s Attempt To Have Case Tossed Rejected By Illinois Supreme Court

Jussie Smollett’s career may be over, but his legal troubles have just been renewed for another season. On Friday, the Illinois Supreme Court rejected the former “Empire” star’s request to throw out charges accusing him of staging a racist hate crime hoax in Chicago, after Cook County special prosecutor Dan Webb slapped him with a […]

“Disease and Death” for Data System? Doctor and State Rep Highlight 5G at Illinois Senate Health Committee

By B.N. Frank Last week, an Illinois state rep introduced a bill to exclude 5G from residential zones.  This week, Illinois state legislators held a hearing to discuss 5G health risks. Dr. Paul Héroux, director of the occupational health program at McGill University in Montreal, testified at the hearing and posed the following question to […]

Illinois Rep. Introduces Bill to Protect Residential Zones from 5G. Has Yours?

By B.N. Frank Opposition to 5G continues to increase in the U.S. and worldwide.  The first Global 5G Opposition Day was held last month.  Many cities and countries have taken action against 5G – even banning it.  People and animals have been getting sick where it’s been turned on (see 1, 2, 3, 4).  In […]

Happy New Year! Over 11,000 Pardoned for Cannabis Crimes as Illinois Legalizes Marijuana

(TMU) — Illinois Governor JB Pritzker on Tuesday granted over 11,000 pardons to people convicted of low-level marijuana convictions in a move impacting residents from 92 counties across the state. The 11,017 pardons come just ahead of the state comprehensively legalizing cannabis beginning January 1, 2020. The state will become the 11th to legalize the […]

Illinois Prepares To Sell Recreational Marijuana Next Month

Mandy Froelich, Truth Theory Waking Times Believe it or not, Illinois is where you’ll want to be this New Year’s Eve. Once the ball drops, dispensaries in the state will open their doors and begin legally selling recreational marijuana. The controversial herb was legalized for recreational use mid-2019. When Gov. J.B. Pritzker signed the bill into law, Illinois […]

Illinois City To Fund Slavery ‘Reparations’ With Marijuana Sales Tax

A Democrat-run Illinois city has announced plans to introduce a new sales tax and use the revenue to pay slavery reparations to black residents of the city. The fund will simply require African-Americans to prove residency and will not require beneficiaries of the fund to prove slave ancestry. The fund currently has a 10-year cap […]

Illinois Hospital Created ‘Comfort Room’ For Aborted Babies to Die In

An eyewitness nurse revealed how a hospital in Illinois has a “comfort room” in which aborted babies who survive for hours outside the womb are left to die. Jill Stanek told a hearing on the Born Alive Act in Washington, D.C. that doctors at Christ Hospital in Oak Lawn perform “live birth abortions” where the […]

Tornado causes damage in Waukegan, Illinois

   A “probable tornado” tore through Waukegan at around 6:40 p.m. Tuesday, according to the National Weather Service. The high winds damaged commercial buildings, tipped or rolled a vehicle upside-down and caused tree damage in Lyons Woods Forest Preserve, according to a preliminary NWS storm report. The NWS said one person suffered minor injuries. The […]

Illinois Issues First Licenses to Sell Recreational Marijuana as Legalization Draws Near

By Elias Marat As Illinois readies itself for the impending legalization of recreational cannabis, which is set to take effect next year, state regulators have awarded the very first licenses to five medical marijuana dispensaries. The five shops, which are dispersed throughout the state, will be allowed to sell limited quantities of recreational marijuana products […]

Success: Illinois University Reverses Ban on Palestine Event

Miko Peled, speaking at the University of Illinois-Chicago campus in Rockford IL, August 3, 2019 University officials quickly reversed their decision to block an event about justice in Palestine when they were reminded that such discrimination is illegal under the First Amendment. “We’ve seen this happen again and again with Palestine-related events on campuses,” explained […]

Illinois police launch investigation after video shows officer placing a choke hold on a suspect

   An Illinois police department has opened an excessive use of force investigation after social media footage appeared to show an officer placing a man in a choke hold during an arrest for marijuana possession. The DeKalb Police Department in northern Illinois said it was reviewing footage and witness statements in connection with the arrest […]

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