Wirepoints Original Stories
A progressive tax will only make Illinois’ falling home values and record out-migration worse: Come see Wirepoints’ Ted Dabrowski debate former Sen. Dan Biss on March 4th – Event
Come see Ted Dabrowski debate former state Sen. Dan Biss on the progressive tax at Stevenson High School on March 4th. As we've said before, Illinois enacting a progressive tax is like Sears attempting a turnaround by hiking prices. The tax will only make Illinois' falling home values and record out-migration worse.
Chicago ranks 45th out of 53 largest metropolitan areas for job creation. Austin, Nashville top the list. – Wirepoints
Chicago’s Loop might be hot, but city politicians will want to look at two big cities down South to see what real job creation looks like. Austin and Nashville led the Wall Street Journal’s survey of the nation’s hottest job markets in 2020. Chicago, in contrast, ranked 45th.
After looking at the pain of those in Palos Heights and the refusal of Illinois politicians to fix anything, it’s no wonder some residents are looking for a fresh start.
It's not just radicals who apply the rule: "The moment one gets into the area of $25 million and above, let alone a billion, the listener is completely out of touch, no longer really interested, because the figures have gone above his experience and almost are meaningless. Millions of Americans do not know how many million dollars make up a billion."
Illinois property owners would be forced to pay for electric vehicle charging stations under proposed bill – Quicktake
Meanwhile, lawmakers fret about affordable housing. Go figure.