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After The Vicious Murder Of Chicago Police Officer Ella French, What’s Next, America?

You can just tell from the photos that she was kind. As a police officer on Chicago’s South Side, Ella French witnessed more than her fair share of violence. But in every photo, she smiles like someone who refuses to be corrupted or beaten down by evil. It’s not a naive smile, but a forgiving one—the kind that acknowledges the…

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Fight Or Flight? Do Not Surrender Chicago To Its Villains

Chicago is a city rife with villains, but its people are good. And they’re deserving of the safety that law and order provide.  As a rising senior at the University of Chicago, I’ve lived in the Hyde Park neighborhood on Chicago’s South Side for the past three years. Concerned parents of prospective UChicago students often ask me whether it’s reasonable…

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Young Father Allegedly Forced Out Of His Car And Executed In Street As Chicago Shootings Surge

On the eve of Father’s Day, a young dad named Gyovanni Arzuaga was allegedly executed in the middle of a Chicago city street. He was 24 years old. According to CBS 2 Chicago, the crime was live-streamed on Facebook by an unidentified individual. The live stream depicts Arzuaga and his girlfriend, Yasmin Perez, being forcibly removed from their vehicle by…

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Exclusive: Chicago GOP Chairman Says Mayor Lori Lightfoot Uses ‘Racist’ Press Policy To Hide Failures

Far-left Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot released a two-page letter Wednesday outlining her rationale for refusing to grant interviews to reporters who are not minorities. She claimed there is an “overwhelming whiteness and maleness of Chicago media outlets, editorial boards, the political press corps, and yes, the City Hall press corps specifically” which means she will take up the mantle in…

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