David John Diersen, GOPUSA Illinois Editor
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GOPUSA ILLINOIS Daily Clips - March 6, 2015

-- College of DuPage officials drink, eat well on taxpayers' dime - Jodi S. Cohen and Stacy St. Clair
-- Examining receipts from College of DuPage restaurant
-- Sen. Nybo, Rep. Breen sharing new district office in Lombard
-- Schock's actions show poor judgement - Walt Zlotow, Glen Ellyn  (DIERSEN: Who criticizes your judgment and why?  I should write an article, or maybe a book, about those in Glen Ellyn, in Wheaton, in Milton Township, in DuPage County, and in Illinois who have always viciously demonized my judgment, viciously denigrated my judgment, and viciously condemned my judgment.  They would love it.  They blame me for their problems, for your problems, for my problems, and for everyone's problems.)
-- Lincolnwood officials voice against Rauner cuts - Natalie Hayes
-- Cutting Illinois' prison population the right way - Editorial
-- Rauner says next mayor should have 'financial sophistication' -  Rick Pearson and Kim Geiger  (DIERSEN: How financially sophisticated are you?  I have been an arbitrator for the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority since 1998.  I worked for GAO on audits of federal financial industry regulators for 9 years including 1990-1997.  I earned a masters degree in financial markets and trading from IIT in 1997.  I became a Certified Financial Services Auditor in 1996 and a Certified Government Financial Manager in 1994.)
-- Lake County Board Chairman Outlines Millions of Dollars in Savings for Governor’s Task Force to Consider - Jennie Vana
-- KKK skit shocks Wheaton College campus - Bob Goldsborough and Dawn Rhodes
-- Police: Burglary ring targeted school, video gambling machines - Frank S. Abderholden
-- Will County weighs ban on video gambling - Susan DeMar Lafferty
-- Illinois Democratic legislators are suffering from memory loss - Editorial
-- Aide's lawsuit against Dan Rutherford can proceed, judge rules - Kim Janssen
-- Chuy? Rahm? Who will be Chicago's gun control champion? - Editorial
-- Rep. Schock Peoria press conference: Promises more safeguards - Lynn Sweet  (DIERSEN: What safeguards do you have to stop you from spending money improperly?)
-- GOP needs real solutions on immigration - Linda Chavez
-- Should car dealers start selling on Sundays? - Mike Riopell
-- New trustee appointed to Lombard village board - Jessica Cilella
-- Fire causes $100,000 damage at Lombard gun range - Jessica Cilella
-- How'd the meeting with the Senate's Black Caucus go, Gov. Rauner? - Rich Miller
-- Those CHA vouchers for luxury high-rises get a slap from the feds - Alby Gallun
-- Disappearing Jobs - Mike Flannery
-- Judge: Aide’s Lawsuit Against Former Treasurer Rutherford Can Proceed
-- Lake County Offers Rauner Task Force Ideas To Cut Government Costs - Craig Dellimore
-- Easy to make public resent state pensioners - Larry Lough
-- Illinois Governor Calls Democrats' Budget Fix 'A Distraction' - GUY STEPHENS
-- Rauner says criticism of New Jersey isn't about Christie - AP
-- Peoria Congressman gives more money back to government for travel expenses - Marcia Lense
-- Comptroller talks about job, governor - Paul Westermeyer
-- Elmhurst eager to go Irish for St. Patrick's Day Parade - RENEE TOMELL
-- Chicago Tribune exposes more College of DuPage wining and dining - Kirk Allen
-- Rep. Jeanne Ives and others ask COD’s Erin Birt to confirm audit agreement - Kirk Allen
-- COD – Campus Auxiliary Services lose $9,879,804.00 - Kirk Allen
-- GOVERNOR, ILLINOIS CONGRESSMEN AND FAITH LEADERS TO URGE IMMIGRATION REFORM  (DIERSEN: What about the immigration plank in the Illinois Republican Party platform?)
-- DIERSEN HEADLINE: Kirsten Velasco, CEO of We Love Your Face, LLC, promotes pot as being a "medicine."  If you promote pot, you are Libertarian, anti-religious, anti-conservative, anti-Republican, and/or anti-American.
-- DIERSEN HEADLINE: Rich Miller, a disciple of Saul Alinsky, invites ridicule of Rauner.  See Alinsky's fifth rule.  What do you say to RINOs who glorify and praise Miller, but who demonize, denigrate, and condemn me?  See Alinsky's thirteenth rule.)
-- RNC Message On Anniversary of Selma March  (DIERSEN: What were you doing 50 years ago in 1965?  I worked for the minimum wage as part-time dish washer for S.S. Kresges in Chicago Heights.  I attended Crete-Monee High School.  I lived with my parents and bother in Crete.  I drove a 1958 Chevy BelAir.  I saved all the money that I could for college and for a new car.)
-- NEW BUSH VIDEO USES CPAC TO PRAISE JEB’S “CONSERVATIVE” RECORD - CHARLIE SPIERING  (DIERSEN: Far too many Republican candidates say that they are conservative when they run, but turn into RINOs when they are elected.)
--  Rubio's "Frustrated," Unlikely To Seek Second Term - Matt Lewis  (DIERSEN: What do you say to those who succeeded in getting Peter Fitzgerald to not seek a second term in the U.S. Senate.  Because they succeeded, Obama got elected U.S. Senator in 2004, Obama got elected U.S. President in 2008, and Obama got reelected U.S. President in 2012.)
-- Iowa Man Explains His Unbelievable 35-Mile Walk to Work  (DIERSEN: Government is nasty.  Politics is nasty.  Democrats are nasty.  Needless-to-say, if my wife and I were still living in the Outer Drive East building in downtown Chicago and walking to work in downtown Chicago, my nasty troubled envy-filled failed Democrat superiors, supervisors, coworkers, and subordinates in the federal government would use this Iowa man to demonize, to denigrate, and to condemn my wife and I as being selfish rich DINKs (dual income,no kids).)
-- With Scott Walker’s Signature, Wisconsin Will Become the 25th Right-to-Work State - Kate Scanlon
-- Sen. Sessions Advises About Immigration
-- Aaron Schock to press: I’m still a good congressman - Jake Sherman and Anna Palmer
-- Scott Walker takes on unions again - Brian Mahoney
-- Blue State Turnaround Artist  Can a Republican break up the union dominance of Illinois state government? Bruce Rauner explains how and why he’ll succeed. - COLLIN LEVY
-- Wisconsin Votes to Limit Dues Collection by Unions - MONICA DAVEY
-- 'Downton Abbey' Rep Announces New Review of Spending - AP
-- No House Republican leaders are going to Selma this weekend. That’s a dumb move. - Chris Cillizza  (Diersen: Ever-increasingly, Democrats blame Republicans for all problems that minorities, women, younger people, etc. have.)
-- Wisconsin workers may find right-to-work law hard to invoke - SEAN HIGGINS
-- DIERSEN HEADLINE: Those who are Libertarian, anti-religious, anti-conservative, anti-Republican, and/or anti-American promote pot.
-- Sen. Kirk joins Republicans in calling for Supreme Court to recognize gay marriage nationally - Brandon Wall  (DIERSEN: Political parties exist to help elect candidates who can and will defend and advance their platform.  When incumbents work against their party's platform, they insult the members of their party and they invite primary challengers.)
-- DIERSEN HEADLINE: Neil Steinberg demonizes, denigrates, and condemns Whites.  Those who are anti-White love Steinberg for that.
(FROM THE ARTICLE: Whites are always eager to blame this on moral failure, to proclaim racism dead. We have a black president, it’s 2015, time for everyone to be responsible for his or own condition. Some people just pick their parents better, that’s all. If blacks are in jail, well, they’re criminals.)
-- DIERSEN: HEADLINE: Marlen Garcia glorifies and praises those who come to America illegally, who stay in America illegally, and who bring others to America illegally.
-- Rauner budget cuts target older Illinois foster youth - Christy Gutowski
-- Aide was on phone with GOP candidate for Missouri governor moments before he shot himself  (DIERSEN: How would you react if an elected official in your township/ward who you helped elect and reelect and who you had always spoken very highly of a) publicly constructively called you a liar, b) publicly badmouthed what you do with your life 10+ hours each and every day, and c) publicly blasted you as being a religious hypocrite?)
(FROM THE ARTICLE: Danforth was a political mentor and longtime friend to Schweich, who had declared his candidacy for the Republican nomination for governor just a month before his death. Danforth, an ordained Episcopal minister, delivered the eulogy during Schweich's memorial service Tuesday and used the occasion to suggest his friend had been led to suicide by political bullying and an anti-Semitic whispering campaign. "Words do hurt. Words can kill," Danforth said at Schweich's funeral. "That has been proven right here in our home state." On Feb. 23, Schweich told an Associated Press reporter that he believed the new chairman of the Missouri Republican Party — John Hancock — had mentioned to people in an off-handed way last year that Schweich was Jewish. Schweich said he considered the comments anti-Semitic and was so upset about them that he had knots in his stomach. He said he wanted to hold a press conference about it the next day. Hancock has denied making anti-Semitic remarks, though he has acknowledged that he may have told some people that Schweich was Jewish because he mistakenly believed that was true. Hancock declined to comment Thursday about the circumstances of Schweich's death. Schweich didn't follow through with his original plans for a press conference, telling the AP on Feb. 24 that his advisers suggested he should first find a prominent Jewish person to stand alongside him. During Schweich's funeral, Danforth said he was haunted by the fact that he had advised Schweich not to personally go public with the assertions but to let others share the information with the media.)
-- Protest on Mag Mile briefly blocks traffic near Water Tower Place - Meredith Rodriguez  (DIERSEN: This took place near Loyola where I took graduate business courses 1972-1976 and near the Fourth Presbyterian Church where I met my wife in 1977.)
(FROM THE ARTICLE: Dozens of demonstrators protesting the lack of trauma care on the South Side briefly blocked northbound traffic during rush hour on Michigan Avenue near Water Tower Place on Thursday evening. The group’s protest at Michigan Avenue and Pearson Street was timed to coincide with a University of Chicago alumni event related to a U. of C. $4.5 billion fundraising campaign roughly a block away at the Ritz Carlton. Some of the protesters had chained themselves to traffic signal posts and said they were going to stay put until they were arrested. Police began arriving around 6 p.m. and had detained nine of the protesters blocking the roadway by 6:45 p.m.)
-- Rauner's budget aims to run transit funding off the rails - RON BURKE
-- Why Ken Griffin hated one of his first jobs - SHIA KAPOS
-- Will Schock drown in the drip, drip, drip? - Editorial  (DIERSEN: Who promotes you?  For the last 14 years, the Illinois Republican Party has promoted Schock.)
(FROM THE ARTICLE: At 33, Schock may be one of the youngest members of Congress, but he's been a politician for 14 years, so he should be familiar with the rules governing the expenditure of public money and the documentation required along the way. He ought to know better. Is this the end of it, or is this the tip of the iceberg? As Schock is a reflection on the 18th District that elected him, fingers crossed for the former. But the longer this drip, drip, drip continues, the harder it will be for Schock's constituents, voters and the House Ethics Committee, at least, to ignore it.)
-- Rauner budget is the right start - David From
-- FRONT PAGE TOP OF FOLD WITH BIG COLOR PICTURE: Ringling Bros. to give up elephant acts in 3 years - AP  (DIERSEN: Government is nasty.  Politics is nasty.  Democrats are nasty. The Democrats, their operatives, and their dupes in Wheaton will never forgive me for raising $2,000 on short notice for an elephant named Big Queenie to walk behind Roskam in Wheaton's 2007 Independence Day parade. Many thanks again to the following outstanding Republicans who helped sponsor Big Queenie and/or the Chicago Highlanders in the parade: Mary Jo Arndt, Alan Bolds, Fred Bucholz, David Carlin, Roger Claar, Franco Coladipietro, Mike Connely, Paul Daniels, Kirk Dillard, DuPage County Young Republicans, Bob Earl, Jim Flickinger, Mike Formento, Mike Fortner, Mike Gresk, Gwen Henry, Randy Hultgren, Bob Jacobsen, Chris Kachiroubas, Gary King, Mark Kmiecik, Bob Larsen, J.R. McBride, Debra Olson, Mike Prueter, Peter Roskam, Darlene Ruscitti, Leonard Sanchez, Ron Smith, Phil Suess, and Tim Whelan.)
-- DIERSEN HEADLINE: Ever-increasingly, you are discriminated against if you do not promote homosexual activity.
-- DIERSEN HEADLINE: Robert J. Frankel of Schaumburg demonizes, denigrates, and condemns Republicans
-- Free lunch program needs more oversight - Editorial
-- Proposed state budget cuts could be devastating in DeKalb County, officials say - KATIE DAHLSTROM
-- Constituency unmoved amid Schock controversy - Lainie Steelman  (DIERSEN: Who are Schock's constituents?  Who are your constituents?  How your constituents react if you were accused of what Schock has been accused of?)
-- RAHM: I’M MORE COMPASSIONATE THAN RAUNER AND MORE REALISTIC THAN GARCIA - CAITLIN WILSON  (DIERSEN: Most, if not virtually all of those who claim to be compassionate a) focus on redistributing income and wealth and/or b) encourage people to come to America illegally, to stay in America illegally, and to bring others to America illegally.)
-- RAUNER BUDGET PROPOSAL HITS MILLENNIALS HARD - EVE RIPS  (DIERSEN: What frustrated your efforts to get a job?  For me, it was being "draft bait."  Potential employers believed that my efforts to get a financial hardship draft deferment would not be successful.)
-- GAO reports federal government wasted $125 billion in 2014 alone - Kellan Howell  (DIERSEN: I worked for GAO for almost 18 years.  GAO wasted my career and forced me to retire.  GAO would not have done that if I had been a Democrat, a woman, a minority, or a veteran.)
-- House Republicans weigh coup against Boehner after series of political defeats  Retreat in Homeland Security shutdown showdown latest embarrassment for GOP leaders - S.A. Miller
-- Here are the Issues That Will Win the Hearts of College Kids in 2016 - Josh Siegel
-- Democrats vow to protect Boehner from conservative coup - Mike Lillis  (DIERSEN: What do you say to "Republicans" who are promoted by Democrats, Libertarians, Greens, and other anti-Republicans?)
-- DIERSEN HEADLINE: What do you say to those who urge minorities to unite to defeat Whites?
-- Public Unions Sue Illinois Governor Over Blocking 'Fair Share' Fees - Sam Levine
-- The rise and fall of Aaron Schock  He was once the GOP's golden boy. Now, a spending scandal threatens his career - or worse. - Anna Palmer and Jake Sherman
-- Hillary Clinton Was in Violation of State Dept. Policy for Nearly 6 Years - JONATHAN KARL
-- GAO: Improper payments jumped $125 billion for federal government last year - Josh Hicks  (DIERSEN: I worked for GAO for almost 18 years.)
-- DIERSEN HEADLINE: Those who promote pot crow about their success.  If you promote pot, you are Libertarian, anti-religious, anti-conservative, anti-Republican, and/or anti-American.)
-- FRONT PAGE WITH COLOR PICTURE: Jeb Bush May Be One Bush Too Many for Rank-and-File Iowa G.O.P. - TRIP GABRIEL
-- FRONT PAGE TOP OF FOLD: Silicon Valley Gender Bias Suit Puts Spotlight on Industry - AP
-- Gay Marriage Loses Sting as Political Issue; Sen. Mark Kirk Sides With Couple Challenging State Bans - Patrick O'Connor   (DIERSEN: Political parties exist to help elect candidates who can and will defend and advance their platform.  When incumbents work against their party's platform, they insult the members of their party and they invite primary challengers.)
-- New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio Calls on Businesses to Raise Wages  Mayor’s remarks drew mixed reactions from local business leaders, with some saying they agree with his goals but oppose his strategy to achieve them - MICHAEL HOWARD SAUL
-- FRONT PAGE TOP OF FOLD: U.S. Authorities Struggle to Find a Pattern Among Aspiring Islamic State Members  Lack of common profile poses test for those seeking to curb recruitment into militant group - NICOLE HONG
-- Getting at the Roots of Illegal Immigration  Yes, secure the border—by helping address the conditions that drive desperate people here. - GEORGE P. SHULTZ
-- DIERSEN HEADLINE: In a front page top of fold editorial with a big color picture unethically made to look like a news article, USA TODAY demonizes, denigrates, and condemns Republicans.
-- DIERSEN HEADLINE: It looks like Cruz dropped his opposition to pot to get the stoner vote.  If you promote pot, you are Libertarian, anti-religious, anti-conservative, anti-Republican, and/or anti-American.)
-- How New Autoworkers Became Second-Class Employees  Veterans earn twice the pay of newbies who do the same work - David Welch  (DIERSEN: After 1987, instead of the more generous Civil Service Retirement System, the federal government put its new employees in its less generous Federal Employee Retirement System.  Needless-to-say, federal employees hired after 1987 feel like second-class employees and resent federal employees hired before 1987.  The federal government hired me in 1966 and rehired me in 1971.  SEE:
-- Your Kids Are Ruining Your Retirement  Parents are risking their retirement to subsidize their kids - Carol Hymowitz  (DIERSEN: My Democrat GAO superiors, supervisors, coworkers, and subordinates demonized, denigrated, and condemned my wife and I as being selfish rich DINKs (dual income, no kids) because we gave up trying to have children, we did not adopt, and we did not become foster parents.)
(FROM THE ARTICLE: Baby boomers are putting their retirements at risk by spending too much on their adult children. . .More than a third of adult millennials receive regular financial support from their parents, and 1 in 5 still live at home and don’t pay rent or expenses, according to a November 2014 survey by Bank of America. It isn’t just the unemployed or the low-paid who are needy. The poll, which had 1,000 respondents between the ages of 18 and 34, found that among those earning more than $75,000 a year, 25 percent had their parents pay for groceries at some point and 21 percent got money for clothing.)
-- Give veterans access to the care they need - Peter W. Chiarelli, retired U.S. Army general  (DIERSEN: Government is nasty.  Politics is nasty.  Democrats are nasty.  If I was still working for GAO, my nasty Democrat superiors, supervisors, coworkers, and subordinates would use this article to hint/imply/argue/shout that my political party screws veterans.)
-- Facebook, Apple among 379 that file to support gay marriage - Laura Mandaro  (DIERSEN: Those who promote homosexual activity do not tolerate those who do not promote homosexual activity.  Facebook, Apple, etc. promote homosexual activity.)
-- More Than 300 Republicans Call on Supreme Court to Recognize Gay Marriage Nationally - Zeke J Miller  (DIERSEN: Political parties exist to help elect candidates who can and will defend and advance their platform.  When incumbents work against their party's platform, they insult the members of their party and they invite primary challengers.)
-- GAO: DOJ closed 70% of whistleblower cases within a year - Ryan McDermott  (DIERSEN: Have you blown the whistle?  While I worked for the federal government for almost 30 years, I blew the whistle on reverse discrimination, on age discrimination, and on retaliation.)
-- GAO: Government addressed 30% of GAO recommendations over the last 4 years - Ryan McDermott
-- Gallup: Federal Employees Better Off Financially Than Private Sector Workers - Ian Smith  (DIERSEN: If you have never applied for a federal job, why haven't you?  Reasons why many millions in America have not applied for federal jobs: they are not U.S. citizens, they lack required education, work experience, professional certifications, professional licenses, etc., they cannot pass employment tests, they cannot pass background investigations, they can get a better job in the private sector, they cannot take the vicious demonization, vicious denigration, and vicious condemnation that comes with being a federal employee or federal retiree, they are Republican, White, male, older, and/or non-veteran and they know that federal government discriminates against members of those groups.)
(FROM THE ARTICLE: Gallup defines “thriving” as well-being that is strong and consistent. It noted in the results that financial well-being is not a direct report of salary, benefits or overall compensation, but rather, it is “a composite of responses to the perceptions of standards of living, affordability of basic necessities and financial woes based on region of country, family size, cost of living, debt and various other factors that go into subjective assessments of financial situations.”)
-- Paycheck Does Not Equal Appreciation - Martha Austin  (DIERSEN: Government is nasty.  Politics is nasty.  Democrats are nasty.  While I worked for the federal government for almost 30 years, my Democrat superiors, supervisors, coworkers, and subordinates not only did not appreciate me, they did everything that they could to get rid of me.  They all but shouted that instead of me, my paychecks should have gone to Democrats, to women, to minorities, to those who were younger than me, to veterans, to those who had health problems, and/or to those who had financial problems.)
-- U.S. Federal Employment Related to Higher Financial Well-Being - Jessica Mangskau and Steve Ander
(FROM THE ARTICLE: To explain why there may be gaps in financial well-being between federal workers and all other workers, the fact that over 50% of the working population work for small businesses means that if those small business are not thriving, those employees may not be reporting high levels of financial well-being.)
-- ‘The power of shame is that it can be used by the weak against the strong’ - Jennifer Jacquet  (DIERSEN: Who shames you?  Who do you shame?  Are you "strong" or are you "weak."  What makes someone "strong?"  What makes someone "weak?")

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