Tag Archives: Chicago
This a followup to an earlier post (see here). Via Jim Hoft: Chicago reporters Jeremy Segal and Andrew infiltrated the violent, vulgar protests against Donald Trump at the University of Illinois Chicago campus on Friday March 10, 2016. Sean Hannity … Continue reading →
**Language Warning** Could this be an indicator of why Trump is the GOP front-runner? The “anti-racists” have gone so far in trying to shame everyone that people don’t give a damn if they get lumped in as racists anymore. It’s … Continue reading →
Via Rebel Pundit: When protesters took to Chicago’s Michigan Avenue last week, grassroots activists at the Black Friday boycott had no interest in sharing the Magnificent Mile with “Black Lives Matter” activists from the University of Chicago, forcing protesters associated … Continue reading →
Rahm confident he still has Hillary Clinton’s support, tells press to ask her. Rahm Emanuel called out for hiding behind Blue Ribbon Commission.
Last night, members of the activist group Voices of the Ex-Offenders and other activists sat down with RebelPundit once again to issue a scathing direct response to President Obama’s State of the Union Address. Read more at Rebel Pundit …
The Political Insider Any student of American politics is familiar with just how corrupt politics are in Chicago, Illinois. It is widely believed, for example, that without the mafia’s influence in the area, John F. Kennedy would have never been … Continue reading →
YouTube/Rebel Pundit: Chicago activists blast black-liberal leadership.
Rebel Pundit interviewed the community this week about Barack Obama’s open border policies and his spending on the illegal immigrant community. Let’s just say – they are NOT HAPPY. Read more at Gateway Pundit …
Paul McKinley confronts the Chicago Public Safety Board. h/t: RebelPundit Sept. 17 (Bloomberg) — Mexican drug lord Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman is the world’s most powerful drug trafficker, according to the U.S. Treasury Department. His near-monopolist control over supplying drugs … Continue reading →