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Re: Illinois News
« Reply #195 on: 04 March 2022 at 12:28 »
The queer nigger mayor of Chicago is worthless and is aiding to the destruction of the whole state. If Illinois could remove the Chicago metro area, it would be a much better state to live.

https://www.thedailybeast.com/chicago-mayor-lori-lightfoot-bragged-about-having-biggest-dick-in-chicago-in-bizarre-rant-lawsuit-claims

Chicago Mayor Bragged About Having ‘the Biggest Dick’ in Bizarre Zoom Rant, Lawsuit Claims

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Updated Mar. 03, 2022 5:55PM ET Published Mar. 03, 2022 2:54PM ET

A former lawyer for the Chicago Park District is suing Lori Lightfoot after the Chicago mayor chewed him out on Zoom, allegedly claiming to have the “biggest dick” in the Windy City.

George Smyrniotis, who worked for the park district as deputy general counsel before he stepped down last month, says in his lawsuit that the trouble began over a plan to include a controversial statue of Christopher Columbus during an annual parade organized by the city’s Italian American community.

The prominent statue, which stood near Lake Michigan downtown, was one of several Columbus statues around the city that Lightfoot had ordered removed in the wake of social-justice protests in the summer of 2020. After the mayor’s order, the Joint Civic Committee of Italian Americans sued the Park District.

Smyrniotis alleges that he was then asked by the district’s chief lawyer and a city superintendent to collaborate with the Italian organization to find a solution and settle the suit “as soon as possible.”

As reported by the Chicago Tribune, Smyrniotis and lawyers representing the Italian Americans came to a solution: the community would be allowed to include the statue of Columbus during their annual parade, but Columbus would have to ride last—and would be kept concealed until the very end.


But before the deal was finalized, Smyrniotis claims Lightfoot abruptly called him into a Zoom meeting.

“You dicks, what the * were you thinking,” the mayor began, according to Smyrniotis’ complaint. “You make some kind of secret agreement with Italians... You are out there measuring your dicks with the Italians seeing who's got the biggest dicks.”

“You are out there stroking your dicks over the Columbus statue,” she continued. “My dick is bigger than yours and the Italians, I have the biggest dick in Chicago.”

According to the complaint, the mayor was irate because Smyrniotis hadn’t run the deal past a city lawyer. She went on to attack the Park District lawyers’ credentials, he claimed.

“Where did you go to law school? Did you even go to law school? Do you even have a law license?” she allegedly asked.

Lightfoot allegedly then told the team to get that “fucking statue back before noon” and also threatened at some point to yank the Italian Americans’ parade permit.

The lawsuit claims Smyrniotis—who resigned from the Park District last month—was defamed by the aggressive, condescending comments.

A Law Department spokeswoman told the Chicago Tribune: “The city has not yet been served with a complaint and will have no further comment as the matter is now in litigation.”

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Re: Illinois News
« Reply #196 on: 20 April 2022 at 11:48 »
More news from this anti-White state. It's bad enough that the niggers and muds receive as much "public aid" as they do from the hard working White Illinois taxpayers, but to give it to filth that isn't even suppose to be here is unacceptable.

https://www.fox32chicago.com/news/illinois-free-health-care-undocumented-immigrants-ages-55-64

Illinois offering free health care to undocumented immigrants ages 55 to 64

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CHICAGO - The State of Illinois has launched a new program that will provide free health care to undocumented immigrant adults ages 55 to 64.

The free health care program was approved by lawmakers in Spring 2021. It is an expansion of Illinois' program to provide health benefits for immigrant seniors.

Covered services include doctor and hospital visits, lab tests, physical and occupational therapy, mental health, substance abuse disorder services, dental and vision services, and prescription drugs.

To qualify for the free health care, immigrants need to:

Be between the ages of 55-64.Be either an undocumented immigrant or a legal permanent resident of the United States for less than five years.Have household income is at or below $18,754 for one person; $25,268 for two people. 

The free health care will expand even further on July 1 to cover eligible adults ages 42 to 54.
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Re: Illinois News
« Reply #197 on: 05 May 2022 at 11:22 »
https://www.chicagotribune.com/news/breaking/ct-illinois-student-standardized-testing-opposition-20220504-v7uxp6dqind5vmr4q7mtswuory-story.html

Illinois educators, union leaders demand end to standardized student testing: ‘This is a racist relic of the past’ – Chicago Tribune

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With the state expected to unveil a new standardized testing program in the coming months, educators, union leaders and parents have joined forces to oppose more frequent interim assessments, which they say would waste valuable classroom instruction time and offer no benefits to student learning.

“We have a testing regime that has gone too far and is not helping children learn, it’s not helping educators teach, especially right now, post-COVID, when the needs of our students’ recovery are great and pressing … especially for our more underprivileged students,” Dan Montgomery, president of the Illinois Federation of Teachers, said at a union-sponsored virtual discussion last week.

Montgomery said during the union’s recent tour of Illinois schools, teachers across the state said they are grappling with helping students through crisis recovery, “And the testing has to stop. It’s getting in the way of teaching.”

Illinois State Board of Education Superintendent Carmen Ayala was not immediately available for comment Tuesday.

Earlier this year, the state hired the New Hampshire-based nonprofit Center for Assessment to analyze the results of a statewide survey about how to make the state assessment more useful to families and educators, including the possibility of halting the annual Illinois Assessment of Readiness and testing students several times a year, to better gauge learning gaps.

An ISBE spokesperson said in a Tuesday email that officials have asked the State Assessment Review Committee, which includes parents and educators from around the state, to evaluate the Center for Assessment report.

“Once we receive their feedback and recommendations, the Board will consider that input and assess how to move forward,” ISBE officials said.

ISBE officials are considering replacing the state’s annual student assessment with interim testing throughout the school year, including an option to test children as young as kindergarten.

Dual language teacher Sara Balbas Altes teaches math to fourth graders at Lords Park Elementary School on March 24, 2022, in Elgin. Fourth graders enrolled in the dual language program at Lords Park would need to sit for state assessments at least three times a year under an Illinois State Board of Education proposal that is facing opposition from educators, including some at Elgin-based Unit School District 46. (Stacey Wescott / Chicago Tribune)

There is not yet a specific proposal under consideration, and any changes to the current IAR would have to be allowed by federal law and approved by the U.S. Department of Education, ISBE officials said.

Among the foes of expanded testing is Chicago Teachers Union President Jesse Sharkey, who said Tuesday that the standardized assessments “deny qualified Black and brown students access to a fully adequate education, disinvest in and close schools in communities of color, and dismantle Black and brown neighborhoods anchored by long-neglected schools.”

“Instead, our students need the resources to unpack and recover from the trauma of the pandemic and the decades of inequity that preceded it,” Sharkey said in a statement. “Replacing costly, harmful standardized testing with truly nurturing and supportive classroom learning time is a step in the right direction.”

Paul Zavitkovsky with the Center for Urban Education Leadership at the University of Illinois at Chicago said Illinois school districts are spending $50 million in local revenues each year on interim assessment systems “even though there’s no independent evidence that these systems are making any positive contribution to improved teaching and learning.”

“On the contrary, in larger urban districts around the state, there’s growing evidence that commercial interim systems may actually be having a negative impact on achievement growth over time,” Zavitkovsky said.

Educators, researchers and parents are united in their belief that there is a distinction between a federally required standardized test and the kinds of assessments that can actually improve teaching and learning, Zavitkovsky said.

The state survey also found a strong interest in minimizing the amount of time for testing, and increasing the quality and timeliness of the reporting on spring assessment results, which typically arrive too late for teachers to use the data to support students, who are by then no longer in their classrooms.

“We don’t get any useful information out of this stuff at all, and it takes an enormous amount of time out of instruction for us to do it,” Zavitkovsky said.

The state is paying Pearson — the multinational publishing and education company that provides the IAR test — about $55 million for three years of assessments. That includes $18.6 million for 2020, when only about a quarter of students took the exams before they were halted because of the pandemic, ISBE officials said last year.

Chicago Public Schools teacher Aaron Bingea expressed alarm at the prospect of the state moving to an interim student testing model that would replace annual exams with testing three times a year, in the fall, winter and spring. In his experience at city schools, frequent, through-year testing — which the district has since eliminated — was disruptive and ineffective, he said.

“Students lost art, PE, science and social studies to test prep,” Bingea said, adding that the district’s focus on tracking data and aiming for maximum growth in reading and math ended up hitting hardest for schools deemed underperforming.

“The stress cannot be overstated … at elementary schools, everything comes to a grinding halt,” Bingea said.

“Any momentum developed in your learning community that you work so hard for as a teacher is immediately broken every time you have to give a state standardized test,” he said. “To think the state is considering doing this three times a year is something that really worries me.”

After the frequent testing was halted, Bingea said he was able to “know where students are based on the curriculum assessments I’ve been trained to give.”

John Essington, a professor of teacher education at Blackburn College in Carlinville, Illinois, and a father of three children, said he had his children opt out of state testing because after years of teaching, “I know it’s not actually helping my kids at all.”

And as the parent of a child with text anxiety, Essington said he knows that standardized test scores offer a snapshot that does not accurately reflect a student’s academic abilities.

“It’s all about accountability; it’s not about growth for the students,” Essington said.

A longtime critic of standardized testing, state Sen. Cristina Pacione-Zayas, a Democrat from Chicago, said high-stakes testing has an adverse impact on children, as well as the educators who have to stop teaching their students to administer the tests.

“This is a racist relic of the past,” said Pacione-Zayas, sponsor of a “Too Young to Test” bill, which was recently passed by the General Assembly and is currently awaiting Gov. J.B. Pritzker’s signature.

If signed into law, the measure would prohibit standardized tests for Illinois’ youngest students, except for the case of diagnostic tests, including determining eligibility for special education services, bilingual services, dyslexia interventions, observational tools like the federally mandated English Learner assessments and the Kindergarten Individual Development Survey.

“(Standardized testing has) served to keep groups out of institutions and we know that the value, the validity in our education system of using these assessment systems is highly questionable, and we know it’s highly profitable for a $7.6 billion industry,” Pacione-Zayas said.

While the State Board of Education was slated to vote last June on a request for proposals to design and deliver new interim assessments for elementary school students, the plan was put on hold to give educators and parents more time to weigh in, officials said at the time.

For decades, educators and parents have been critical of the annual, federally required assessment of students’ math, reading and language arts skills, which is delivered statewide to children in third through eighth grades near the end of the school year, with the test results posted each fall on the Illinois Report Card.

ISBE officials have said the interim assessment plan is being considered in an effort to improve the oft-criticized IAR testing program and to enhance equity for students and school districts.

In a recent survey of 5,000 teachers and parents, when asked, “Do you support a state assessment system characterized by multiple short tests throughout the year instead of a single, long end-of-year test?” approximately 60% said yes, 20% said no, and 20% were undecided, ISBE officials said.

In addition, 75% of respondents said they are not satisfied with the current state assessment.

ISBE officials said the majority of the state’s more than 850 school districts are already doing interim assessments for students and paying for the programs themselves.

“Offering the assessment to districts for free from the state would save districts money, allow underfunded districts the same opportunity to access student growth data prior to third grade, and ensure alignment to the assessment for grades three through eight,” ISBE spokeswoman Jackie Matthews said earlier this year.

A common complaint about the IAR, held in spring, is that test results are not released to teachers until fall, when their students are no longer in their classrooms. ISBE officials have said interim testing would yield “more timely and actionable results to families and teachers.”

Monique Redeaux-Smith is the IFT’s director of union professional issues and led the recent educators’ discussion about standardized testing and the future of the state’s student assessment program. She said many parents and teachers across Illinois in the throes of the pandemic were “horrified” to learn the state board was considering an interim assessment plan.

“It goes beyond what is federally required and increases high-stakes testing, again placing an even heavier burden on Black communities,” Redeaux-Smith said.

A “Teach not Test” campaign, launched by the IFT, CTU, researchers and education groups across the state, is opposed to ISBE increasing testing in Illinois schools in grades three through eight. The campaign is not merely to push back against interim testing, but to “really put forth a vision for the kind of balanced and humane assessment system that we do want to see,” she said.

“Now is the time to reimagine our current testing system and move to an actual assessment system,” Redeaux-Smith said. “For us, an equitable assessment system is not every district getting access to the same test, but it’s about every student having the opportunity to see themselves and their knowledge and expertise reflected in the curriculum.”

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Re: Illinois News
« Reply #198 on: 19 May 2022 at 12:01 »
Illinois has taken another unconstitutional and definitely anti-Creativity action to remove the ability to protect one's self.

CREATIVE CREDO No. 65 Article 13 - Excerpt from the White Man's Bible:

CREATORS therefore deem any government that violates the Constitution, and violates our civil rights, as nothing more han a band of criminals. A FREE PEOPLE IS NEVER UNARMED AND AN UNARMED PEOPLE IS NEVER FREE. We must never forget that any compromise that weakens us or weakens our ability to defend ourselves will only make the struggle that much harder in the future. We must also remember that there is nothing the Jews fear more than a mobilized, united and armed White Race. Guns are our last resort, if necessary. We CREATORS therefore must never, never, never give up our guns or the right to bear them, come hell or high water. Militant resistance is our only defense.


https://blockclubchicago.org/2022/05/18/illinois-bans-ghost-guns-becoming-1st-midwestern-state-to-outlaw-the-untraceable-weapons/

Illinois Bans Ghost Guns, Becoming 1st Midwestern State To Outlaw The Untraceable Weapons

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AUBURN GRESHAM — A new state law bans a type of untraceable gun as local leaders face increasing pressure to drive down violent crime.

Governor JB Pritzker signed a law Wednesday to block the sale, possession, transfer, and manufacture of ghost guns, which are untraceable and unregistered, have no serial numbers and require no background checks to buy. Ghost guns can be assembled through kits, or created through 3D printers.

lllinois is the first state in the Midwest to enact the law.

The legislation was spearheaded by State Sen. Jacqueline Collins and State Rep. Kambium “Kam” Buckner, who is challenging Mayor Lori Lightfoot for mayor in 2023. Lightfoot made an unscheduled appearance at Pritzker’s presser to praise the legislation.

More than 20,000 ghost guns were used in criminal investigations across the country in 2021, 10 times the number in 2016, Pritzker said. Chicago police confiscated nearly 500 ghost guns in 2021, House Speaker Emanuel “Chris” Welch said.

“In short, in an America where gun violence has become a scourge on so many neighborhoods, Illinois is taking a common sense approach to advancing public safety and justice from all directions,” Pritzker said at a press conference at the Ark of St. Sabina, 7800 S. Racine Ave.

Buckner said cracking down on gun violence is especially critical to keeping young people safe, noting 16-year-old Seandell Holliday, who was shot and killed Downtown Saturday. Police said another teenager arrested at the scene but not connected to Holliday’s killing had a ghost gun.

“These dangerous weapons are not entering into our communities, they have entered, and they are affecting children at a young age and making all of us much less safe,” Buckner said. “This law will help prevent those guns from getting into the hands of the wrong people — whether they be kids, whether they be criminals who shoot up our streets and recruit our children into violent activities.”

Lightfoot said “mayors all over the country are grappling” with ghost guns and national legislation is needed to to prevent nearby states from funneling illegal guns into the state and “endangering lives here in the city.”

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Re: Illinois News
« Reply #199 on: 24 May 2022 at 11:23 »
https://nypost.com/2022/05/18/university-of-illinois-chicago-wants-to-cancel-racist-word-obesity/

University of Illinois Chicago wants to cancel 'racist' word 'obesity'

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The woke police are coming for the term “obesity.”

The University of Illinois Chicago’s school of public health published an article by a dietitian claiming the medical term is “racist” and should be replaced with the wordy term “people with larger bodies.”


Author Amanda Montgomery, RN, argued that race scientists used “fatness and differing body characteristics” to classify black people as “less civilized” and “as a way to justify slavery, racism and classism, and control women,” according to her health brief, entitled “Addressing weight stigma and fatphobia in public health.”

Montgomery also contends that losing weight “has detrimental effects on our physiology” and many people can’t become thinner because of “uncontrollable genetic or environmental factors.”

Obesity is defined by the World Health Organization as having a body mass index over 30. The organization says the condition is “preventable” by eating healthy food and engaging in regular exercise.

A person’s BMI is calculated by dividing their body weight in kilograms by their height in meters squared. The medical community considers a “healthy” BMI to be between 20 and 25.

Montgomery argues that the BMI is a flawed measurement that is “not representative of the entire human population,” because it does not consider health behaviors or body composition.

The article suggested obese people should be called “people with larger bodies.”

More than two out of five Americans — including half of the black population — are obese, which leads to an increased risk of heart disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes, certain types of cancer and early death, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

The US is now considered the most obese country in the western world.

In 1960, only 13 percent of the country’s population was classified as obese, statistics show.

Experts blame the massive increase on a societal trend toward processed foods, larger meal servings and sedentary lifestyles.

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