Wirepoints Original Stories
Pritzker’s 2021 Illinois budget: Unbalanced. No reforms. More spending. And of course, more tax hikes – Wirepoints
Pritzker's 2021 budget accelerates Illinois' downward slide by embracing the same policies that have driven Illinoisans out for years, while rejecting the structural reforms Illinois needs.
Michael Bloomberg’s Insertion of Paid Lawyers Into State AG Offices is Dangerous and Must be Stopped – Wirepoints
All attorneys general, including Illinois' Kwame Raoul, should terminate the program and it cannot be allowed to become the norm.
“Pritzker’s budget doesn’t change the trajectory of Illinois, it’s not a budget for a nearly junk rated state that’s losing people.” – Ted on the Illinois Channel
"The budget that Governor Pritzker just delivered isn't a budget for a nearly junk-rated state. It's not a budget for a state that's losing more people than every other place except New York. It's not a budget for where home values are some of the lowest in the nation and not rising here like they are everywhere else. It's not a budget for a state that has some of the highest taxes, and definitely the second highest property taxes in the nation."
Illinois Among States Where Bloomberg Has Implanted Paid Lawyers in AG Office to Advance His Agenda – Wirepoints
"Buying up law enforcement," the Washington Times says.
It’s unethical for Pritzker to suggest his progressive tax plan can fix the deficit and offer both property and income tax relief. Simple math shows he can’t do it all. – Wirepoints
If you’ve listened to Gov. J.B. Pritzker in the past few weeks, you’ve heard him play games with words. We called him out on it recently and now he’s doing it again. If the progressive tax fixes the budget deficit and delivers a tax cut, then there will be no money for property tax relief.