Scott Reeder: I also make a point of reading authors I know I will disagree with. Sometimes, I read material that I know going in I will find revolting.
Scott Reeder: Few in public office are doing anything to better hold bad employees to account.
Scott Reeder: College isn’t for everybody. But opportunities to succeed should be available for everyone.
Scott Reeder's opinion: It’s a misguided belief that the United States was founded as a Christian nation.
Scott Reeder writes about an incident where a giant inflatable rat on a picket line was attacked with a knife.
Scott Reeder: If they far-right candidates win, Democrats like JB Pritzker and Nancy Pelosi, who donated to their campaigns, deserve the blame.
Scott Reeder: Fifteen years ago, the Illinois General Assembly abolished the slaughter of horses. Scott Reeder looks at the law's impact on agriculture and reflects on a recent trip to Iceland, where he dined on the delicacy.
Scott Reeder covers a Donald Trump rally in Illinois.
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.