As I write this, there's a wife waking up without her husband next to her. There are three kids wiping the sleep out of their eyes wishing it was all a horrible dream but quickly realizing their daddy will never walk through their door again. Ofc. Samuel Jimenez with the Chicago Police Department responded to … Continue reading Officer Down 19 Nov 2018
The Chicago Blackhawks relieved Coach Joel Quenneville of his duties last week and replaced the three-time Stanley Cup Champion coach with Jeremy Colliton, one of the youngest head coaches in the NHL. This marks the end of an era for the Blackhawks as Coach Q, the man who helped bring Lord Stanley back to Chicago … Continue reading The End of an Era
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 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