Thursday, April 2, 2020

Old Mill Creek Hack

If extreme social distancing is your preference, then Old Mill Creek has your back. The Village of Old Mill Creek website is, for all intents and purposes, an online SEO ad for an out-of-town taxi service.

Does anyone need a taxi in Grand Prairie? As in Alberta? As in Canada?

Fantastic Reasons on Why You Should Hire a Taxi
Some occasion calls for an epic party, and what better way to celebrate than to roll like a Rockstar in the middle of the city? Indulge your guests and give them a party experience they have never experienced before, a party on Wheels! Limousines are good, but a Grande Prairie Taxi is excellent, here's why.
Village of Old Mill Creek
So, the next time you're in Grand Prairie, Alberta, be sure to tell the driver you're from Old Mill Creek. And if you can't remember who to call, use this easy mnemonic:
Think of Grand Theft Auto.
Only instead of Auto, think of Taxi.
And think of Prairie, instead of Theft.

Sunday, March 29, 2020

It's a Long Way to Gary

An actual unretouched screencap from the Lake County Gazette, Lake County's #1 source of fakenews:

Lake County Councilman Charlie Brown (D-Gary) recently challenged the need for a $25,000 overtime funding request from the Lake County Public Works Department in light of the mild winter. "Something doesn't smell right," Brown said during a meeting of the council.
Lake County Council split by $25,000 overtime request late in snow season
Note to Ops: While it may be the largest municipality in Lake County Indiana, that is still no way to talk about the City of Gary.

Wednesday, March 25, 2020

Orange is the New Black Death

Today at 12:01pm an agent of the Federal Government hand delivered to your LakeCountyEye President Trump's Coronavirus Guidelines for America.

Note to Ops: It may defeat the purpose to communicate instructions for combatting a highly infectious pandemic via the US Mail. People these days are even afraid to touch their mailboxes. Just Sayin!

Having no such qualms (along with a Hazmat Suit from the last chemical spill) your LakeCountyEye secured an unredacted copy of President Trump's Coronavirus Guidelines. So you don't have to.
To be sure, these are desperate times. Could there be a more trusted source of vitally important & reliable medical facts, other than legitimate businessman and US President, Donald John Trump? Your LakeCountyEye does not think so. Here's the Trump Ten:
Donald J Trump's 10 Big Beautiful Tricks for Finagling the Coronavirus
  1. Stock up on toilet paper. They aren't making it any more.

  2. Spray-on tan is as effective as a face mask.

  3. COVID-19 will be rebranded as COVFEFE-19.

  4. The Justice Dept has given President Trump total immunity.

  5. Avoid Chinese restaurants.

  6. A 6-foot social distance is about as far as you can swing a golf club.

  7. Lost your job? Use that free time to plan a vacation at a TRUMP Casino or Resort.

  8. Not everyone has bone spurs. Tell your draft board you have the Coronavirus.

  9. If your State wants Federal dollars then you better start investigating Hunter Biden.

  10. President Trump's hair is not on fire.
Look for your LakeCountyEye sheltering in place near you.

Monday, March 23, 2020

Ay Corona!

Your LakeCountyEye
In compliance with the Trump Administration's suspension of habeas corpus and declaration of martial law, your LakeCountyEye will be blogging from home for the foreseeable future.

In his inaugral address, President Trump said, "We shall pay any price, bear any burden, meet any hardship, support any friend, oppose any foe, in order to assure the survival and the success of liberty." And likewise your LakeCountyEye is prepared to spare no sacrifice for the good of the nation. At least until that coronavirus rescue check arrives from the government.

Note to Ops: Your generous donations will ensure that your LakeCountyEye remains online 24/7, while maintaining a 6-foot social distance from you.

Items of vital need:
  • Cheetos
  • Mountain Dew
  • Toilet Paper
  • Hand Sanitizer
  • Scrunchies
Remember: only if everyone works together will your LakeCountyEye make it through these difficult times.

Thursday, March 19, 2020

There's No Need to Fear

Who says voting is a waste of time? On Tuesday, Lake County favorite son Mark Curran became the elected US Senator of the Illinois Republican Party.

Despite running virtually unopposed, Curran managed to beat 4 other also-rans and is now a GOP candidate for US Senate.  In his victory speech, Curran talked about the Saturday morning cartoon shows:
"People like those stories," Curran said Wednesday. "They like the underdog -- as long as it's not an underdog that bores them."
Curran knows he's an underdog against Durbin -- but voters "like the underdog"
Mark Curran has every right to fancy himself the not-boring Underdog. But frankly your LakeCountyEye doesn't see the resemblance:
Then again, if Curran ever wanted a part in an Underdog cartoon, he be shoo-in for the role of Cad Lackey:

Mark Curran

Cad Lackey

Not plane, nor bird, nor even frog,
it's just another hilarious LakeCountyEye Double Vision™!
Note to Mark Curran campaign Operatives: Don't sell your candidate short!

Saturday, March 14, 2020

Corona Vote

Did the Trump administration allow the Coronavirus to become a pandemic as part of their strategic effort to suppress voter turnout? If so, the plan backfired. The Coronavirus is suppressing the vote of those over 50, in poor health, maybe addicted to tobacco and other substances, with little education, and no health insurance.

HaHa, Operatives are asked to observe the 100 foot rule when they go to the polls. Make sure you stay at least 100 feet away from anyone with a temperature above 100 degrees. It's the law!

If there is a long line at your poll, please do not be deterred. Many of these people will be panic shoppers. Who think they got in a grocery line for a $20 gallon jug of Purell.

Hoarders Alert: Everyone who goes to the polls this year will get a free roll of toilet paper ...
The Primary Election is March 17, next Tuesday. Vote early and vote absentee.

Tuesday, March 10, 2020

6 Guns Rvr Vu

Is that a gun in your pocket?
Your LakeCountyEye went to an Airbnb gunfight the other night, and a hockey game broke out.

Haha, the latest Airbnb shootout was held in Barrington Hills:
Authorities continue to investigate the fatal shooting of a man during a house party early Saturday at a rented Barrington Hills home, but they offered no new details about the slaying or the victim's identity Sunday.
Police: Investigation into deadly Barrington Hills shooting continues
Barrington Hills Mayor Martin McLaughlin (who is also a candidate for State Representative) perhaps needed to inoculate himself against a village fatality occurring on his watch.  If not, why was McLaughlin quick to point his finger at Airbnb?
Barrington Hills Mayor Martin McLaughlin said Airbnb rentals are prohibited by village regulations. "If this was a commercial enterprise that was renting property without a homeowner present, then that already does not comply with our current village code, and that would be a violation," he said.
Police: Investigation into deadly Barrington Hills shooting continues
It should be noted that Martin McLaughlin, who strongly opposes more restrictive gun control laws, believes that individual rights should not be infringed by government regulations:
I believe that government is never a solution to problems but rather in most cases is the problem itself.
Candidate Profile Martin McLaughlin
It is unknown whether or not homicide complies with current Barrington Hills village code.

Saturday, March 7, 2020

Out and About

orange you glad I didn't say banana
Lake County honorary former Republican Congressman Aaron Schock is in the news:
Former conservative congressman Aaron Schock, of Peoria, published a lengthy note on social media, starting simply "I am gay" and taking aim at both news outlets as well as overzealous federal prosecutors who charged him with using his campaign fund as a private piggy bank — only to later drop the charges.
Former U.S. Rep. Aaron Schock: ‘I am gay’
What's next for this erstwhile rising GOP star? Your LakeCountyEye observes that the former office holder never held a real job besides holding some office or other. So do not be surprised if this signals his return to electoral politics. If Richard Nixon can pull off a successful comeback anyone can.

Is there room in today's Republican Party for someone who was forced, mid-term, to resign from a powerful elected position and who has also come out of the closet? Your LakeCountyEye suspects that even an honorary Lake County GOP politician can read the writing on that big beautiful wall.

Wednesday, March 4, 2020

Discussion About Super Tuesday

Here is your chance to discuss “Super Tuesday", the Illinois primary, and more.
  • Saturday
    March 7 2020
    1:00 pm

  • Lake Villa District Library
    40 N Munn Rd

  • RSVP:
    (847) 266-VOTE (8683)
    Let's Talk Politics
Let's Talk Politics is a moderated discussion and allows opportunities for voters to talk about important issues of the day with each other.

Sponsored by Lake County Democrats, Tenth Dems, Lake Villa Democrats.

Sunday, March 1, 2020


It has come to your LakeCountyEye's attention that news items about the McHenry County Blog have appeared here without proper attribution:
Reliable sources tell your LakeCountyEye that political blogsites do not generate any ad revenue unless people are clicking on that blogsite. And that in the case of the McHenry County Blog, tirelessly fighting taxes does not come cheap. No matter how many government pensions one may be living on.

In the way of a mea culpa, your LakeCountyEye admits that it is getting difficult to remember to take the Prevagen pills on a regular basis.

To offset any lost revenues, your LakeCountyEye will post a link to the McHenry County Blog below:

McHenry County Blog
Operatives are encouraged to click the link above, so that they may partake of the full McHenry County Blog experience.

Thursday, February 27, 2020

No Bologna on the Corona

The Coronavirus: Apocalyptic Pandemic? Or media-fired mass hysteria?

To find out, your LakeCountyEye asked Dr. I.M. Bhatschidtkhrazzi, Professor of Viral Marketing at the College of Lake County.

Your LakeCountyEye dug up Dr Bhatschidtkhrazzi inside a sterile room at an undisclosed location.

"Ya." said Dr Bhatschidtkhrazzi. "The Trump Administration is partnering with local mosquito control organizations to make sure this coronovirus never sees the light of day."

Your LakeCountyEye was confused. Local mosquito control organizations?

"The North Shore Mosquito Abatement District. The Northwest Mosquito Abatement District. The Southlake Mosquito Abatement District. Clarke Mosquito." replied Dr Bhatschidtkhrazzi. "All the major sprayers. The biggest, most tremendous sprayers!"

Your LakeCountyEye now was nonplussed. The Trump administration is going to contain the coronavirus by spraying mosquitoes? Surely he wasn't serious.

Crickets ... finally Dr Bhatschidtkhrazzi said "Why not?"

Because it is February?

"It's never too early to get a jumpstart on the competition." sighed Dr Bhatschidtkhrazzi. "The alternative is to miss the boat and sink like the Titanic."

Your LakeCountyEye was all like, but there is no scientific evidence that the coronavirus is spread by mosquitoes.

"Fake science." sniffed Dr Bhatschidtkhrazzi. "And by that I mean there is no fake science evidence that the coronavirus is spread by mosquitoes."

Your LakeCountyEye produced a news item on the mobile device:
The world's largest manufacturer of chlorpyrifos, an agricultural pesticide linked to brain damage in children, has announced that it will stop producing the chemical by the end of the year.
Largest maker of pesticide linked to brain damage in kids to stop producing chemical
Announcement comes after Trump administration reversed plans to ban chlorpyrifos and rejected scientific conclusions of experts
And your LakeCounytEye thought out loud, whoa now, did that say they won't be manufacturing your insecticide any more?

Dr Bhatschidtkhrazzi smirked. "We obtain all our nerve agents from eBay. Where the insecticides are tax free!"

Your LakeCountyEye heard enough. Did Dr Bhatschidtkhrazzi have any parting advice?

"Tell your Operatives that now is the time to invest in the Stock Market. Prices have been slashed in the petro-chemical sector!"
Mosquitomist Two U.L.V.

Monday, February 24, 2020

Drop a Dime

The Illinois March 17 Primary is a short three weeks away. And to operatives throughout Lake County, this reminder means one thing: Have you filled out your 2020 NCAA March Madness bracket yet?

If you haven't already, you can pick up a bracket card at the Waukegan Casino.

HaHa, j/k:
As the city of Waukegan waits to hear which developer will receive the Illinois Gaming Board's blessing to build a casino, city officials are looking into what infrastructure upgrades might be needed around a facility and how they'll pay for them.
Expanded Tri-State access at Route 120 among infrastructure improvements eyed by Waukegan while awaiting casino license
Of course you need to be in Waukegan when the casino opens if you want to be close to the action.  But don't go and park your RV in the Amstutz breakdown lane just yet.  Your LakeCountyEye has learned that the Waukegan Casino will not be built in Waukegan, after all.  No, the casino has been awarded to a high bidder in Mettawa:
Mettawa Mayor Casey Urlacher resigned from his post on the Illinois Civil Service Commission on Friday, a day after federal prosecutors named him as one of 10 defendants indicted in connection with an illegal sports betting ring.
Embattled Mettawa Mayor Casey Urlacher resigns from Illinois Civil Service Commission
You heard it here first -- bet the farm!

Friday, February 21, 2020


An actual unretouched screencap from the McHenry County Blog:
Note to Ops: The tiredout taxfighters at the McHenry County Blog are not even portending to be literate any more.

Wednesday, February 19, 2020

Voter Contact Training for Grassroots Activists

Learn about effective voter contact. A training is scheduled for local Illinois Democratic precinct committeepeople and grassroots activists.
  • Sunday
    February 23 2020
    4:00 pm

  • Sullivan Community Center
    635 N Aspen Dr
    Vernon Hills

  • RSVP:
    (847) 266-VOTE (8683)
Various presidential campaigns and local candidates will have representatives available to provide speaking tips and encouragement.

Sponsored by Lake Dems, Tenth Dems, Sixth Dems, Fremont Dems, and Vernon Dems.

Monday, February 17, 2020

Going Viral

Close, but no cigar.
Have you tested positive for Coronavirus yet? If you have, your health department wants your coordinates:
Since a case of the coronavirus was detected last Friday in Chicago, Lake and McHenry counties' health departments actively have been monitoring the novel coronavirus situation. There have been no coronavirus cases detected in Lake and McHenry counties at this time, according to local health officials.
Lake, McHenry counties closely monitoring coronavirus, warn of flu
confusionImmediate health risk remains low, health officials say
Note to Ops: Your best defense against infection is your underground bunker.  And it's not too late to order your locally sourced Medline Hazmat Suit:
Zytron 200 Chemical Protection Suit by Kappler
If, however, your budget does not permit a capital expenditure against personal protective equipment, then do as your LakeCountyEye does: Stockpile up on disinfectant.

As readers of this blog are aware ...
eBay is Collecting Illinois Sales Tax
Agriculture-grade insecticides are available tax-free on eBay:
Certain chemicals used in farming like insecticides and poultry remedies should also be tax-free.
eBay Charges Tax On Some Exempt Items In Illinois After New Law
Better safe than sorry!

Friday, February 14, 2020

Open Air Guitar

not to scale
Can it really be true that the Village of Mundelein is planning a municipal park dedicated to the electric guitar?

Well duh:
Plans for a new municipal park on the site of a former guitar factory in Mundelein got rave reviews from village officials this week.
Could a park with a guitar-inspired promenade replace vacant factory in Mundelein?
One knowledgeable official said the park will be an all-natural wooded area: "Shredders will be on site."

Bring your own axe.

That's all your LakeCountyEye has. Now pick a lane.

Sunday, February 9, 2020

Passing in the Wind

Many are called few are chosen.
It has come to your LakeCountyEye's attention that there will be a primary election on March 17. And in Illinois. Who knew? Not your LakeCountyEye.

Ex-Lake County Sheriff Mark Curran will be on the ballot, this time wrestling for US Senator. According to the Daily Herald:
The Republican candidates in the March 17 primary are retired information technology professional Casey Chlebek of Glenview; former Lake County Sheriff Mark Curran of Libertyville; former police officer Peggy Hubbard of Belleville; Dr. Robert Marshall, a physician from Burr Ridge; and Dr. Tom Tarter, a urological oncologist from Springfield.
Republican Senate candidates haven't done much fundraising
Your LakeCountyEye recognizes the aforementioned Mark Curran. While perennial candidate Robert Marshall wants to break up the State of Illinois into a southern slave state and a northern free state.  But who are the other jackdaws? Nobody knows.

What kind of Senator would Curran be? He would probably be a reliable vote to acquit at the next impeachment trial of Donald John Trump. And he would have all the MAGA voters in the tank.

The datapoints all point in one direction and that direction is straight out and beyond: Lake County favorite son Mark Curran will be the next Illinois US Senatorial candidate.

Take that to the bank!

Friday, February 7, 2020

No Joe

collector's item
Does anyone know who won the Iowa Caucus? Was it Joe Walsh or Donald Trump?

If anyone won, it was not Joe Walsh:
With meager funding and backlash from his own party, it seemed inevitable outlier Republican Joe Walsh would end his primary challenge to President Donald Trump.
Walsh ends GOP presidential campaign but says fight against Trump isn't over
Iowa voters seem to have decided that the Republican Party does not have room for more than one primary candidate with expensive hair.

A knowledgeable political veteran  told your LakeCountyEye: "Running on an assumption that your opponent will be impeached is not a bankable campaign strategy."

What next for Ex-Presidential Candidate Joe Walsh? A campaign insider said: "Don't rule out Joe quite yet. There are rumors that the Ukrainians will hack the Republican Primary."

Your LakeCountyEye will keep you apprised when further developments warrant.

Monday, February 3, 2020

Alternating Curran

This is not the waiting room at the urologist:
The animated GIF shows Ex-Lake County Sheriff Mark Curran talking to a Grayslake police detective.

And they are not talking about where to be on the lookout for speed traps. No, radio personality William J Kelly filed criminal assault charges against Curran.

One high ranking Republican official, who spoke under conditions of anonymity, said the charges were "a witch hunt" and "a sham" and "a hoax" and that "nothing was done wrong, zero was done wrong.”

In related news, Mark Curran is on the ballot for US Senator.

Friday, January 31, 2020

eBay is Collecting Illinois Sales Tax

Lake County freelance journalist Derek Monroe was featured recently on CBS 2. Watch the interview here:
Monroe discovered that eBay has been charging Illinois sales tax on some items that are exempt under Illinois law. Read about it here:
eBay Charges Tax On Some Exempt Items In Illinois After New Law

Tuesday, January 28, 2020


Does anyone wonder what former Lake County Sheriff and current candidate for US Senate Mark Curran has been doing lately? Your LakeCountyEye does.

The last time Lake County favorite son Mark Curran was seen, he was in Grayslake, talking to a police detective:

Watch Illinois U.S. Senate Candidate Mark Curran Lie During Jailhouse Interview
As readers of this blog are aware ...
Push Pol
last year, a rival US Senate candidate, William Kelly, filed criminal battery charges against Curran.

Legal scholars observe that if Curran wins his election, he will be sworn in as a member of the US Senate. Where, by law, the trials are rigged in favor of Republican defendants.

Your LakeCountyEye will keep you apprised when further developments warrant.

Friday, January 24, 2020

Train Stationary

Stop me if you heard this one before.
The Lake County exploding oil train not only failed to explode yesterday, it failed to even get rolling:
A freight train that stalled in Grayslake early Thursday blocked vehicle traffic at two crossings with state highways for nearly seven hours, creating extensive and frustrating delays for drivers and first responders.
A freight train blocked traffic for 7 hours Thursday. Grayslake leaders call it a 'significant problem.'
One industry spokesman said: "That freight train is like Donald Trump's sex life. It has no moving parts."

That's all your LakeCountyEye has. Move along.

HaHa, j/k.

Wednesday, January 22, 2020

Presidential Straw Poll & Caucus

The Tenth Congressional District Democrats are holding a convention with a presidential straw poll and an Iowa style caucus.
  • Saturday
    January 25 2020
    2:00 pm to 4:00 pm

  • Stevenson High School
    1 Stevenson Dr

  • RSVP:
    (847) 266-VOTE (8683)
Presidential campaigns will be represented. Members of the Stevenson High School Political Action Club will help with the caucus and poll.

Doors open at 1:30 PM for registration. Everyone welcome. Space may be limited; Please RSVP.

Tuesday, January 21, 2020

The Revenge of To Whom It May Discern

An actual unretouched screencap from the tiredout taxfighters at the McHenryCountyBlog:
Well, now they are just mocking your LakeCountyEye.

Monday, January 20, 2020

To Whom It May Discern

An actual unretouched screencap from the McHenry County Blog:
Also, take a look at what the tiredout taxfighters at the McHenry County Blog are saying:
Something informed Republican primary voters must assess of the Republican candidates is who can best discern the Underwood record, and discern fact from fiction.

Voters will best gauge how discerning a Republican candidate is when the candidates begin publishing their policy/position statements/papers. The expectation is the position papers is a "deep dive" into an issue facing Congress and challenging the Underwood record with what the voters in the 14th district need, and the approach to achieve the policy goal(s) and objectives.

This article is an example of the kind of discernment the Republican candidates must exhibit in order to qualify to be on the same virtual stage with Underwood from March 18 through November 3, and convince voters the district would be better represented by the Republican nominee instead of the Democratic incumbent.

The topic for discernment is one of Underwood's legislative accomplishments signed into law last month.
One qualified speaker of the English language told your LakeCountyEye: "My Eyes, It Discerns!"

That's all your LakeCountyEye has. Move along, no discernibles here.

Saturday, January 18, 2020

Q the Eye/01.18.20

Ὥρος Hōros
Dear LakeCountyEye,

How do I win my election?

Phillip Spiwak
Dear @Real Phillip Spiwak,

You won't win any elections with a name like that. At least not in Illinois.

Instead, use a good Irish-sounding name like Shannon. It worked for one Judge Shannon O'Malley:
He ran for judge, lost, changed parties, took Irish name, won Cook County race
Presumably knowing the law, this Judge actually had his name legally changed to Shannon O'Malley:
Candidates in Cook County changing their names to Irish-sounding names happened often enough that the Illinois legislature passed a law requiring that a candidate's old name also be listed on the ballot if the name change was made within three years before the election.
He ran for judge, lost, changed parties, took Irish name, won Cook County race
But don't make the mistake made by this DuPage County Forest Preserve candidate who was thrown off the ballot for not filing under her real name:
Natalie Rose Shannon-DiCianni of Elmhurst earlier this month entered the race to seek the Democratic nomination for the District 2 seat on the forest preserve board. But the county's electoral board on Monday voted to remove her from the ballot because of the hyphen she used in her name in her nominating papers. It turns out "Shannon" is DiCianni's nickname.
DuPage forest preserve board hopeful removed from the ballot
You can use a fake name to get elected, but be sure to file the proper paperwork first!

If you are an elected official, or a previously elected official, or just under investigation by the Special Counsel, send your political questions to Q the Eye c/o ...

Wednesday, January 15, 2020

The Luck O' the Irish

magically duplicitous
The Illinois Primary, this year, will be held on St Patrick's Day. Coincidence? Your LakeCountyEye does not think so.

Not all that long ago in Chicago, there was one candidate with a Polish name who had no luck trying to get elected. So he changed his name to Shannon O'Malley.

HaHa, true story.

No, really, true story. That same Polish guy is now Judge Shannon P. O'Malley:
He ran for judge, lost, changed parties, took Irish name, won Cook County race
Note to Ops: Jan 16 is your deadline to file as a write-in candidate. And when you file, be sure to file as Shannon O'Malley. You won't regret it!

Sunday, January 12, 2020

You Can't Spell Dupe Without DuPage

An actual unretouched screencap from the Lake County Gazette:
Sharpeyed Operatives will immediately observe that when it comes to the Lake County Gazette (Lake County's #1 fakenews source) there is more than meets the eye:
Who is the DuPage Policy Journal and why are they masquerading as the Lake County Gazette?

No one knows; so your LakeCountyEye asked Google:
In Lake County, you can always find a party. In DuPage County, Party always finds You!

Wednesday, January 8, 2020

Say it Ain't So, Joe

Will Joe Walsh be AWOL from the Illinois presidential primary because he does not want to be the target of a drone strike? To be sure, it would seem unlikely that legitimate businessman and US President Donald J Trump would deliberately order a military attack against a political rival. However, in the words of one Pentagon insider: "Hey, we're talking about Donald Trump."

The Walsh campaign is telling the newspapers that Joe does not have the money to compete in Illinois:
Walsh spokesman Charles Siler said the decision was made to allocate scarce resources in other states, especially Iowa and New Hampshire — the states with the first 2020 votes in February.
Joe Walsh to skip Illinois GOP presidential primary
Your LakeCountyEye, however, was told that the Walsh for President campaign is better equipped to wage asymmetric war, and will pursue a stealth campaign in Illinois:
Note to Ops: Early voting starts Mar 2 2020, and correct spelling is important.
J - O - E - W - A - L - S - H - !

Saturday, January 4, 2020

Walshing on Eggs

Pop Quiz Alert! Test your knowledge of Newtonian mechanics:
Q:A rooster laid an egg on top of the outhouse. Which way did it roll?
A:Roosters do not lay eggs ... unless you are in McHenry County!
Haha, the McHenryCountyBlog is reporting that banty rooster Joe Walsh laid an egg:
Does this mean the tiredout taxfighters at the McHenryCountyBlog have forgotten already the first thing they were taught in agricultural school?

Or maybe the livestock in McHenry County are declaring themselves gender neutral?

One thing is certain: If someone at the McHenryCountyBlog tells you he is a chicken, be nice and take him at his word. They may need the eggs.

Wednesday, January 1, 2020

No News is No News

Note to Walter Mondale: Have you filed your Presidential ballot petition yet? Friday is the deadline in Illinois:
Haha, as this actual unretouched screencap from a recently published Lake County Gazette indicates, there has been no news from the 2020 Mondale for President Committee.

In defense of Lake County Gazette (Lake County's #1 source for fakenews) your LakeCountyEye predicts that 2020 will be another no-news year.

Take that to the bank!