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Whoopi: Trump’s Tweet on Chicago Violence Smacks of ‘Martial Law’

Wednesday on ABC’s “The View,” reacting to President Donald Trump’s tweet on Chicago violence, co-host Whoopi Goldberg said, “that’s starting to smack of martial law.” http://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/824080766288228352 Goldberg said, “He had this tweet yesterday, you know he’s been talking about what’s

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Blue State Blues: Hate Crime in the Chicago Obama Created

No place better represents Obama’s failure as a president than Chicago, which has suffered mightily on his watch. More people were murdered in Chicago last year than New York and Los Angeles combined, and this week’s live-streamed torture of a disabled white teenager is a reflection of the sad state of race relations.

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City Pledges to ‘Welcome’ Illegal Aliens

A municipality just outside Chicago, Illinois has now pledged itself to be a home for illegal aliens who want to be shielded from federal immigration law, officially claiming the mantle as a sanctuary city.

Members of the Chicago Police Department search a vehicle involved in a shooting in the 3300 block of West Douglas Boulevard parked outside of Mount Sinai Hospital Tuesday, Sept. 6, 2016, in Chicago. Two males were shot and drove themselves to the hospital. (Erin Hooley/Chicago Tribune/TNS via Getty Images)

Chicago’s Most dangerous Year Hits 500 Murders, but Don’t Blame Police

Black Lives Matter collectively insists that violence in the nation’s big cities is the fault of police because they are “murdering” blacks in the streets. But at least in the case of Chicago, after hitting 500 murders making this its bloodiest year in decades, the truth is that very few of those deaths have been at the hands of police.

Nelson Fox of the Brooklyn Dodgers and Don Zimmer of the Chicago White Sox chewing tobacco.

Chicago Bans Chewing Tobacco at MLB Parks

Just because they play a kids’ game doesn’t make it right to treat professional baseball players like children. That’s the take of several Chicago Cubs on the new ordinance banning the use of tobacco products at baseball parks in the Windy City.