Wirepoints’ Mark Glennon was on the Coffee and a Mike podcast last week discussing the highlights of Wirepoints’ recent articles:

The articles discussed are linked here: Illinois media join national media to black out Biden scandal, Was Thomas Jefferson right? New study quantifies flight from America’s big cities during pandemic, and New poll details Chicagoans’ opinions about policing, race and Mayor Lightfoot’s performance.

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jhoenemeyer
21 days ago

To the hipsters and others : you don’t have to stay there , the cities , but you can’t come here

David Ford
21 days ago
Reply to  jhoenemeyer

Totally agree!!-keep your left wing,liberal idealism in the cities,you’re not wanted in the small towns!

M.H. Deal
21 days ago

Interesting chat that needs a correction about traitor Joe, the 21st century version of Benedict Arnold. Joe’s been working on his bankroll via his bagman son long before the end of the Obama[Obummer] regime. Recall the photo of Joe deplaning from Air Force II in Beijing. Who was with him? Hunter and some young Biden girl on a field trip[?]. Hmm! Perhaps one can trace the rise of Joe’s fortunes by discovering when he bought his many mansions. Have all been acquired in just four years? The unasked and unanswered questions are what and when did Pelosi and Obama know… Read more »

Paul
21 days ago

We are well armed and it is dark out in the country.

David F
21 days ago

With firearms at 5.6 million YTD sales in a state of 12.6 million. This only slowed by the inability get a FOID due to extremely long wait time, anything bad should stay in the city.

rick1099
20 days ago
Reply to  David F

People submitted FOID card renewals and first time applications months ago and are still waiting in violation of law that cards will be issued within 90 days. ISP dropped the ball with no consequences. I wonder how the lawsuit trying to remove the FOID cardlaw is going.

Eddie
21 days ago

The rural areas are generally safer, along with more control of police, schools, parks and libraries. 😁

In Chicago, the mayor controls all of the above. ☹️

Robshare
21 days ago
Reply to  Eddie

So, after the pandemic is over, young people will choose to stay in the rural areas where there is no nightlife, nothing to do, none of the precious restaurants that conservatives are crying about going out of business due to Pritzkers restrictions. People will for get COVID 19, just as they’ve forgotten World Wars, the Holocaust, wide spread lynching, etc. C’mon Man!

Joe Blow
21 days ago
Reply to  Robshare

young people seem to communicate soley via screen anyway these days, who cares where you live when that is the case

Aaron
20 days ago
Reply to  Joe Blow

I have seen the young text someone sitting next to them

willowglen
21 days ago
Reply to  Robshare

Robshare – not sure of your point. People in my age group and social setting (i.e., those who are paying lots of taxes) are moving or are contemplating moving. And while COVID plays a part in that decision – particularly because of the increased acceptability from working from home, high taxes, corruption, and crime all degrade the quality of life. I too am thinking of moving, and if I was in Chicago, where I was born and raised, I would have been gone long ago. This is the rub – when it comes to revenue to the fisc of any… Read more »

Eddie
21 days ago
Reply to  Robshare

Some people don’t care about nightlife and restaurants. 😁