“Background checks are not any type of miracle," Lott, president of the Crime Prevention Research Center and author of the novel “More Guns, Less Crime,” said during a recent appearance on the "Chicago's Morning Answer" radio show on WIND.
Rep. Jeanne Ives (R-Wheaton) argues that Senate Bill 1905 rates as a one-of-a-kind bill for good reason. “It would be the first law ever that would criminalize the vote at the local level over policy issues,” Ives told the Prairie State Wire.
Steve Cortes insists the circumstances of the tragic church shooting in Texas in early November in which 26 people died makes his decision about what side of the ledger he comes down on in the long simmering gun debate even easier.
The Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity (DCEO) recently expressed its gratitude to those who thanklessly toil preparing the state’s next generation of industry leaders during National Apprenticeship Week.
Stephen Moore insists he wouldn’t read too much into Republicans recently losing the race for governor in Virginia, but admits he’s convinced the GOP has to get major legislation passed soon to avoid a complete 2018 midterm wipeout.