Jim Nowlan: Hurtling toward "home plate" as we age.
Jim Nowlan: The Supreme Court that appoints itself.
Jim Nowlan: I propose we respond to Perry Klopfenstein’s clarion call for a pro-reduction movement on abortion, which would engage caring people from across the ideological spectrum.
Jim Nowlan: What does Ken Griffin want from politics?
Jim Nowlan: What do we do when the lights might go out?
Jim Nowlan: This November we can elect justices who have no ties to the Burke-Madigan axis of the Democratic Party of Illinois.
Jim Nowlan: I propose that the 400 Edgar Fellows create a vision for Illinois, one they could then implement, as they are tomorrow’s leaders.
Jim Nowlan: Growing up as Dad created a newspaper in the 1950s.
Jim Nowlan: Illinois is known across the land for political corruption.
Jim Nowlan: DCFS has been under a federal court order to do better for the 21,000 young in its care — for 30 years.
When the political party in power draws new district lines to increase its share of seats and squeeze the other party into irrelevancy, it is called gerrymandering.
Household incomes in America have become more unequal over recent decades, as measured by the Gini Index of Inequality.
Here is a path forward for U.S. Rep. Adam Kinzinger and his Country First movement.
American students overall score poorly in math and science against other developed nations. And even students from our best high schools often score less well than students from Finland, Hong Kong and major cities in China, such as Shanghai, which alone has about the population of California.
I fear that high school football coaches have taken the game away from the kids. Let’s give it back to them.