Illinois Gov. Jay Robert “J. B.” Pritzker is targeting the program that provides scholarships for Illinois’ low-income and minority students when public schools are a poor fit.
The battle now known as The Battle of Bunker Hill, fought 245 years ago on June 17, 1775, will live forever in our country’s collective memory as a landmark battle in the fight for independence from England. It also marked the culmination of the life of one of the most amazing, gifted patriots, Dr. Joseph Warren.
The coronavirus damage to Illinois’ already-critically-ill economy could push Illinois state pension debt to over $300 billion, according to a recent study published in Wirepoints. The study’s authors based their calculations on figures from Moody’s Investors Service.
Raising taxes for “infrastructure” is a scam that helps politicians but not commuters, according to Jim Tobin, president of Taxpayer Education Foundation (TEF).
View as PDF In his in depth analysis of Illinois infrastructure, Cato Institute Senior Fellow Randal O’Toole, after clarifying that Illinois roads and bridges are actually in reasonably good condition, explores alternative funding for...