"It seems that every time Donald Trump sits down for an interview, he reveals a bit more of what his plan for a fascist America will look like," Richard Keslinke of Algonquin writes in a letter to the editor.




"Kelli Wegener, candidate for McHenry County Board chairman, claims that she’s 'bipartisan,'" Kirk Donald of Johnsburg writes in a letter to the editor. But Donald thinks she's "too extreme, too partisan for McHenry County."


"Ballot access laws don’t just limit your choices for president; they create virtually insurmountable hurdles for down-ballot partisan races," Jake Justen, McHenry County Libertarians chairman, writes in a letter to the editor.


"DEI has been targeted by the former president, the conservative Heritage Foundation, and others as a litmus test for Republicans who wish to remain in the party’s good graces," Susan Labaj of Crystal Lake writes in a letter to the editor.



"As the owner of two large dogs who walk the neighborhood every day, I find myself increasing disappointed that many other walkers of dogs 'forget' to clean up after their charges," Helene K. Kraus of Crystal Lake writes in a letter to the editor.


John Surinak of Huntley tells the story of Mussolini's car hitting and killing a 12-year-old boy, telling his passenger, "What is one life in the affairs of the State." Surinak compares the remark to Democratic Rep. Kathie Porter’s comments on Laken Riley's murder.