http://www.chicagobusiness.com/article/20180517/BLOGS02/180519872/preckwinkle-blasts-emanuel-on-volatile-carjacking-issue Preckwinkle blames the carjackings in Chicago, committed by primarily young offenders, on the police saying they aren't making enough arrests, then says that incarcerating young offenders is detrimental to their well-being. Do you want arrests, or do you want to let carjackers walk away without so much as a slap on the wrist?
I started writing FN yesterday and continued where I left off in a very important chapter. My goal was to hit 500 words and within an hour, I'd written 600 and didn't even realize I'd gotten that far. I thought I'd written maybe 200 or a little more, but I didn't expect 600. At that … Continue reading Just Start
Game of Thrones is one of the most complex storylines I've ever watched unfold. I'll admit, I tried reading the first book to start the series but it was a little hard for me to follow with all the names and cities that sound alike. If you aren't familiar with GoT, it's incredibly complicated and … Continue reading Da Gaem of Trownes
I wish the media could actually be trusted. The quote goes like this: "if don't watch the news, you're uninformed. If you do, you're misinformed." Unfortunately, everything has an agenda and it ruins any legitimate or trustworthy news. Whether it be far-right or far-left, they all suck. They're all pushing something. You can only trust … Continue reading Crime and the News
Between the Chicago Cubs, all the games on TV, watching highlights on MLB.com, and watching college baseball, there's more than enough to go around. I'm currently watching Florida State take on Clemson as there are no MLB games on currently. With that said, sometimes, like most other sports, the college leagues are more fun to … Continue reading Baseball Fever