Scott Reeder: Remembering former Illinois Attorney General Jim Ryan.
Scott Reeder talks subsidies and the Giant Slide at the Illinois State Fair.
Scott Reeder: Remembering pantyhose and butterflies.
Scott Reeder looks at personal examples of how certain privileges are extended to white folks — but not Black people.
Scott Reeder takes a look at economic incentives given to corporations to move to Illinois. Specifically, he examines Boeing , which received $60 million and is still leaving.
Scott Reeder writes about the need to step past presumptions and stereotypes and seek understanding.
Scott Reeder writes about high gas prices and political silliness in Springfield.
Scott Reeder: Greater transparency needed in state budgeting process.
Scott Reeder takes a look at how both Democrats and Republicans alike attack individuals seeking higher office, who have worked as criminal defense attorneys.
Scott Reeder writes about practical ways to fight inflation.
Scott Reeder points to how dyslexic students have been underserved in Illinois public schools and calls for reform.
Scott Reeder draws upon a personal experience to talk about he need for people to become organ donors.
As Valentine’s Day approaches, Scott Reeder writes about love, forgiveness and dog urine.
Scott Reeder ponders college admission preferences as the U.S. Supreme Court takes up the issue for consideration.
Scott Reeder opines on the value of writing letters to get results from businesses.