I’ve heard of equal justice for all, and yet once again, White Collar Weisselberg is handled with kid gloves and goes scot-free, for now, with little inconvenience.
Where in the constitution does it state that people with white collars shall be treated with kid gloves rather than as criminals?
In Chicago, I like the Wrigley building-even though he leaned to the right. I like the Tribune tower even though the newspaper leans right. I like the Hancock building unaware of John’s politics.
Every time I look North from Clark and Lake…..and see the Trump building with it’s big sign, it’s like getting kicked in the stomach
I don’t know if a campaign to remove it would succeed, but I would jump on board if enough folks felt as I do.
Tyrone Hussein ‘the Dreamer’ Nguyen
Gun legislation has become a pathetic political football kicked around this way and that with no common sense being applied to the issue.
It’s really quite simple. If a firearm is used in the commission of a crime put the criminal in jail, for a long, long time.
Set the potheads free and make room for the real violent criminals, and then put them in jail for a long, long time.
The vast majority of gun owners are responsible. It’s only the miniscule minority that picks up a gun and uses it in the commission of a crime. Those few should be treated harshly. That’s all there is to it. Leave the gun owners alone, put the violators away. Increase the sentence, not the number of laws.
Quit playing games with gun laws.
Enough off this “professional courtesy”. When any of us is sentenced to jail, we go to jail. Oh, but if you have alot of money and important friends you can “la de da” walk around free with your white collar and power tie, sometimes for weeks on end. Well, not THAT justice for all. Of course not. One must get ones affairs in order. I for one don’t want to see that anymore unless we can all get some.