David John Diersen, GOPUSA Illinois Editor
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GOPUSA ILLINOIS Daily Clips - January 26, 2015

-- Rauner drives 'rolling trash can' to Springfield - Chad Merda  (DIERSEN: I have always said that the vehicles that you own/owed say more about you than anything that you can say about yourself.  The cruise control in my 1996 Ford Thunderbird LX does not work and no one knows how to fix it.)
(FROM THE ARTICLE: No ac, barely working windows, but radio is great! Classic rock the whole way. . .Need to pull up the antenna by hand)
-- University of Illinois chancellor: Budget is top priority - AP
-- Medical marijuana program needs careful review - Editorial
-- Pot czar reacts as Quinn fails to issue licenses: 'I am so sorry' - Jon Seidel and Becky Schlikerman
-- DIERSEN HEADLINE: Jesse Jackson Sr. blasts Republicans
-- Pradel praises 'teamwork' during 20 years leading Naperville - Marie Wilson
-- Speakers Lined Up For Palatine GOP Meeting February 7
-- AS THE DEMOCRAT PARTY'S STRANGLEHOLD ON ILLINOIS AND ON AMERICA TIGHTENS: Illinois shrinks while the nation grows - Ken Schroeder
-- Rauner has replaced the leader of an Illinois agency that gave ex-Gov. Pat Quinn's former campaign manager a $160,000-a-year job. - AP
-- Stop gambling expansion - Anita Bedell, executive director, Illinois Church Action on Alcohol and Addiction Problems, Springfield
-- Ousted State Public Health Director Off To Washington - AMANDA VINICKY
-- Rep. Jeanne Ives on COD, State Budget — Bishop On Air
-- Rauner Rails Against State’s Finances
-- Frerichs announces firm will review books, cash management for Treasurer's office
-- Muslim Brotherhood Starts A Political Party Out Of Chicago
-- Rauner Pays Staff Less than Ex-Governors; Press Objects - Publius
-- Blueprint From Task Force on Diversity Plans  (DIERSEN: When Charles Bowsher took over GAO in 1981 and ran it for the next 15 years, he had a blueprint, it was a) hire, retain, and promote young females and minorities and b) make way for them by getting rid of the agency's older non-veteran White male employees.)
-- Lincoln Day Dinner Calendar: When is yours? - As invitations continue to go out, please keep the Illinois Republican Party aware of your local Lincoln Day and Reagan Day Dinner events. Our Event Calendar is updated daily to include all the events we know about. Please send an email to Andrew - or Kennedy - with the date, time, location, details, and RSVP information as soon as you can!  (DIERSEN: While I was the chairman of TAPROOT Republicans of Illinois 2005-2012, I always assured a) that TAPROOT held a breakfast meeting on the third Saturday of each month except in August and December, b) that TAPROOT held a picnic in August, and c) that TAPROOT held a Christmas party in December.)
-- MCSWEENEY REFUSES LEGISLATIVE PENSION; FILES BILL TO ELIMINATE THEM FOR ALL NEW LAWMAKERS  (DIERSEN: Why not start by eliminating pensions for those who are rich?  My Democrat superiors, supervisors, coworkers, and subordinates in the federal government always demonized, denigrated, and condemned me as being rich.)
-- ILLINOIS’ U.S. REPS HAVE MORE WEALTH THAN AVERAGE MEMBER OF THEIR ELECTORATE  (DIERSEN: How much more/less wealth do you have than the average in your precinct, in your municipality, in your township/ward, in your county, in Illinois, and in America?  On who/what do you attribute that to?)
-- Gov. Bruce Rauner drove his infamous “trash can van” to Springfield Saturday. He and his staff tweeted about the “event” along the route.
-- ‘Gender Justice’ Professors Urge Discrimination Against White Males - Mark Tapson
-- USA Chant by Texas HS Draws Accusations of Racism
-- AS THE DEMOCRAT PARTY'S STRANGLEHOLD ON AMERICA TIGHTENS: L.A. homeless camps expand beyond skid row - UPI
-- Jindal draws thousands to prayer rally, calls for spiritual revival  (DIERSEN: What do your opponents pray for?  My opponents a) pray for me to stop putting GOPUSA ILLINOIS emails together and sending them to you and b) pray for me to resign as a Republican Precinct Committeeman.  Come to Milton Township Republican Central Committee meetings and events to hear and watch them in action.)
-- GOP addresses immigration, just not to gringos - Chad Groening
-- Ted Cruz: Make Candidates Prove They're Conservative - George Rasley
-- OBAMA 'INTIMIDATING BENGHAZI WITNESS INTO SILENCE'  Congressman says key general 'on a leash' to keep him quiet - Drew Zahn  (DIERSEN: How do you react to those who try to intimidate you?)
-- Even Among Supporters, Paid Parental Leave for Capitol Hill Staff Varies - Rebecca Gale
-- Durbin, Schock criticize online sales tax 'loophole' - Julian Hattem
-- Rich Miller: Gov. Bruce Rauner Has Not Shut the Door on Tax Hikes - Matthew Dietrich
-- Rick Perry Says The Unemployment Rate Is 'Doctored' - Dave Jamieson
-- Obama's gum-chewing in India called 'ungainly sight' - Lucy McCalmont
-- This concert was free to everyone except federal workers - Josh Hicks
-- Why immigration activists chose to heckle Perry - Patrick Svitek
-- Democrats Push Paid Family Leave For Federal Employees   After President Barack Obama pushed for paid family leave, House Democrats hope to capitalize on the momentum. -  Gabrielle Levy
-- Palin sees Obama as ‘an overgrown little boy’ - Steve Benen
-- In Iowa, Huckabee woos the party faithful - Thomas Fitzgerald
-- Educating Federal Workers Smart Approaches Pay Off - David Tobenkin  (DIERSEN: Government is nasty.  Politics is nasty.  I worked for the federal government in three federal agencies for almost 30 years.  Democrats run the federal government.  Democrats are nasty.  I should write an article, or maybe a book, about how my Democrat superiors, supervisors, coworkers, and subordinates hinted/implied/argued/shouted a) that the college courses that I took were not job-related, b) that the courses did not help me carry out my job duties, c) that the courses prepared me for a "new trade or business," d) that I took the courses to get a job in the private sector, and e) that the courses were a "distraction."  They would not have done that if I had been a Democrat, a woman, a minority, or a female.)
-- Lack of Paid Parental Leave for Feds is 'Shameful' and a 'Disgrace,' House Democrats Say - Eric Katz
-- Quinn staff's picks for medical pot businesses released - Becky Schlikerman and Jon Seidel
-- FRONT PAGE WITH COLOR PICTURE: Are video games good for you? New research suggests answer is yes - John Keilman  (DIERSEN: While I have never played a video game, I have owned and used computers since the early 1980s.)
-- Tax net worth of wealthy freeloaders - Kent Kirkwood, Mount Prospect  (DIERSEN: Government is nasty.  Politics is nasty.  Democrats are nasty.  What is your net worth?  Are you a "wealthy freeloader?"  My Democrat superiors, supervisors, coworkers, and subordinates in the federal government always hinted/implied/argued/shouted that I have always been "wealthy freeloader."  They stressed the 1966 Pontiac Tempest Sprint that I drove to work during 1966 and 1967, the 1968 Oldsmobile 442 that I drove to work during 1968, and the 1969 Dodge Charger SE that I drove to work during 1969.  They stressed the 1972 Corvette that I bought in 1971, the new town home that I bought in 1972, the condos that I bought in 1974 and 1976, 1017 East Harrison in Wheaton that my wife and I bought in 1978, 915 Cove Court in Wheaton that we had built in 1984, the 1962 Impala SS collector car that I bought in 1989, and the 1968 Dodge Charger R/T collector car that I bought in 1994.  They stressed the tuition that I paid for courses at UIC, NIU, Loyola, DePaul, Roosevelt, and IIT. They stressed the tuition that I paid for CPA and Certified Internal Auditor examination review courses. They stressed the vacations that I took during 1973, 1974, 1975, and 1976.  They stressed the vacations that my wife and I took 1978-1992.  They stressed the money that we saved for our retirement. They stressed my Civil Service System pension and federal health insurance subsidiary.  They stressed that my wife and I gave up trying to have children, that we did not adopt, and that we did not become foster parents.)
-- Rauner Dodges Salary Question - John Gregory  (DIERSEN: When did you start earning $100,000 (GS-13 Step 4) in today's dollars?  I didn't until I was 41 years old in 1989.  I had 9 years experience working for GAO and 9 years experience working for IRS.  I had a masters degree in accounting and an MBA.  I was a licensed CPA and a Certified Internal Auditor.) 
(FROM THE ARTICLE: Gov. Bruce Rauner’s explanation for one new hire in his administration making a six-figure salary doesn’t add up. The salary in question is the $100,000 that will be paid to Sara Wojcicki Jimenez, the new chief of staff for First Lady Diana Rauner. The governor didn’t directly address that salary when asked whether it was too high for the position. “We are going to try to offer salaries that are competitive (to) get the talent in,” Rauner said. “This is all about driving a transformation of the government, and many people are coming in at salaries well below what they made in the private sector.” But Jimenez isn’t coming from the private sector. She spent the last year as the director of intergovernmental affairs in the comptroller’s office. She’s also not settling for a lower salary in her new job, as she was making $91,000 per year, according to data made available on the comptroller office’s website. Rauner has criticized state workers for supposedly having higher average salaries than the state’s average pay in the private sector. He cited research from the Pew Center for the States which claims the average government worker in Illinois makes $11,000 more per year compared to the average private-sector employee.)
-- Rauner: Illinois is rife with lawsuit abuse  (DIERSEN: Government is nasty.  Politics is nasty.  I wonder what Rauner thinks of the lawsuits that I have filed.  I wonder what the defendants in those lawsuits have said to Rauner about me.)
-- Rauner unloads pet beds and suitcases after arriving at the Executive Mansion in his minivan with his dogs
(FROM THE PHOTO CAPTION: Gov. Bruce Rauner unloads pet beds and suitcases after arriving at the Executive Mansion in his minivan with his dogs, Stella, left, and Pumpkin, right, in Springfield, Ill. on Saturday, Jan. 24, 2015. Rauner is driving family belongings from his home in Chicago to prepare for the move to the governor's residence.)
-- OUT-MIGRATION IS BREAKING ILLINOIS BUDGETS - Michael Lucci  (DIERSEN: Democrats, their operatives, and their dupes focus on driving Republicans out of Illinois, and especially Republicans who are religious, conservative, White, male, older, gun owners, non-poor, non-veteran, and/or who have ancestors who have lived in Illinois for a long time.  I should write an article, or maybe a book, about those who have worked the hardest to drive me out of Illinois.  They would love it.  They paint themselves as being nasty government/political thugs.)
-- ROSKAM PRESSES IRS FOR ANSWERS ON HIRING OBAMACARE WEBSITE CONTRACTOR  (DIERSEN: I worked for IRS for almost 9 years.  GAO audits IRS.  I worked for GAO on audits of IRS for 3 years.)
-- WHITTLE: NUMBER ONE WITH A BULLET  (DIERSEN: The more that those who are anti-White, anti-rich people, anti-Christian, anti-conservative, anti-Republican, and/or anti-American promote hatred against those who are White, rich, Christian, conservative, Republican, and/or American, the more guns and ammunition that those who are White, rich, Christian, conservative, Republican, and/or American will buy.)
(FROM THE ARTICLE: The USA has, by far, the highest per capita gun ownership in the world. Progressives will tell you that this is what makes America the Murder Capitol of Planet Earth. But we're not, and in this devastatingly effective Firewall, Bill Whittle shows why the center of Gun Nut Nation is in fact one of the safest places in the world.)
-- Libertarians have ‘good reason to be optimistic’ - Jennifer Harper  (DIERSEN: What do you say to Libertarians a) who falsely claim to be Republican and b) who focus on destroying Republicans like me who support planks in the Republican Party platform that conflict with planks in the Libertarian Party platform?)
-- Donald Trump blames prayer breakfast, time slot, security for anemic CPAC turnout  (DIERSEN: Just kidding, but do/will my critics hint/imply/argue/shout that attendance at their churches is anemic because the parishioners are reading GOPUSA ILLINOIS emails?)
-- Christie to Iowa conservative summit: I share your values - Sheila Samples  (DIERSEN: What are your values?  My values are reflected in the Illinois Republican Party platform and the Republican Party platform.  Who shares your values?  Who shares my values?)
-- FRONT PAGE TOP OF FOLD: Middle Class Shrinks Further as More Fall Out Instead of Climbing Up - DIONNE SEARCEY and ROBERT GEBELOFF  (DIERSEN: Government is nasty.  Politics is nasty.  Are you and your spouse better off financially now than your parents were at your age?  My spouse and I are.  Our critics hint/imply/argue/shout that is because a) we were born with silver spoons in our mouths, b) we have always been privileged, c) we gave up trying to have children, d) we did not adopt, and e) we did not become foster parents.)
-- Federal employee bills show the partisan divide on Capitol Hill - Joe Davidson  (DIERSEN: Government is nasty.  Politics is nasty.  If I was still working for the federal government, my Democrat superiors, Democrat supervisors, Democrat coworkers, and Democrat subordinates would have killed me by now figuratively if not literality.)
-- FRONT PAGE: Chris Christie Joins Crowded GOP Fight for Donors  PAC Adds New Jersey Governor to Crowded Fight for 2016 Campaign Dollars - HEATHER HADDON and REID J. EPSTEIN
-- HARDCOPY ARTICLE HEADLINE: Credit scores no longer hush-hush - Hadley Malcolm  (DIERSEN: Should those involved in politics be required to disclose their credit score?  Constructively, if you seek or hold a government or a political office, you are shouting at everyone that you are better at managing money than others are.)
-- Saving for retirement at every age | Your Best Life in Retirement - Nanci Hellmich  (DIERSEN: My wife and I have always saved for our retirement. Many, if not most of our critics have not saved for their retirement, or sadly, could not save for their retirement.)
-- The Register’s Editorial: Incredibly shrinking IRS fails to do its job - Editorial  (DIERSEN: I worked for IRS for almost 9 years. GAO audits IRS.  I transferred from IRS to GAO.  The Democrats who run GAO wasted my knowledge of IRS.)
-- Santorum seeks to rebrand himself ahead of 2016 - Josh Hafner
-- Fired-up millennials come to be political, labor and community organizers  (DIERSEN: If your net worth is not at least $1 million dollars or if you are not on track to have a net worth of at least $1 million dollars in today's dollars by the time you are 65, on who/what do you blame that on?)
(FROM THE ARTICLE: "Everyone tells you, perform hard, go to college, do properly, and get a job and your life will be terrific and that's clearly not how it is for a lot of persons," mentioned Tong, a college senior set to graduate this year with a bachelor's degree in English and comparative race and ethnic research. . .Jeff Halm, president of the Chicago Young Republicans, mentioned he began knocking on doors and creating phone calls soon after he grew tired of people cracking jokes about how Illinois could not spend its bills. He started attending a monthly delighted hour sponsored by the group, which has 800 members ages 18 to 41. During November's election, Halm, 27, was amongst volunteers calling prospective voters to encourage them to back Bruce Rauner for governor. Halm stated he was proud to see Rauner win in a state that's normally written off as blue.)
-- The 2015 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 is the best performance value on the market  The Corvette Z06 is a 650-horsepower wake-up call to the sports car and supercar world. As the fastest production Corvette of all time, the Z06 can streak from 0-60 mph in 2.95 seconds, thanks to the supercharged V-8 under the vented hood of this race-bred performance machine. - KIRK BELL
-- 2015 Corvette Stingray Takes Down A Tesla Model S P85D: Video - SEAN SZYMKOWSKI
-- Freedom of the press has many definers - Clark DeLeon  (DIERSEN: Are you one of my CRITICS?  How do you define "freedom of the press?"  What do you say to MY CRITICS who hint/imply/argue/shout THAT BECAUSE I AM AN ELECTED REPUBLICAN PRECINCT COMMITTEEMAN, the following have the RIGHT, if not the OBLIGATION, a) to DICTATE the content of GOPUSA ILLINOIS emails and b) PUNISH me if I do not comply with their DICTATES: a) past and present Milton Township Republican Central Committee officers, b) past and present DuPage County Republican Central Committee officers, c) past and present Illinois Republican Party officers, and d) past and present Republicans who govern/represent/are assigned to my precinct including the following who currently govern/represent/assigned to my precinct:
Milton Township Trustee Sal Falbo
Milton Township Trustee Marty Keller
Milton Township Trustee Yaday Nathwani
Milton Township Trustee David Molitor
Milton Township Clerk Gail Hinkle
Milton Township Assessor Chris LeVan
Milton Township Highway Commissioner Gary Muehlfelt
Milton Township Supervisor Chris Heidorn
DuPage County Regional School Superintendent Darlene Ruscitti
DuPage County District 4 Forest Commissioner Tim Whelan
DuPage County Forest Preserve President Joseph Cantore
DuPage County District 4 Board Member Grant Eckhoff
DuPage County District 4 Board Member Amy Grant
DuPage County District 4 Board Member Karyn Romano
DuPage County Treasurer Gwen Henry
DuPage County Recorder Fred Bucholz
DuPage County Coroner Richard Jorgensen
DuPage County Clerk Paul Hinds
DuPage County Sheriff John Zaruba
DuPage County Auditor Bob Grogan
DuPage County Circuit Court Clerk Chris Kachiroubas
DuPage County State's Attorney Robert Berlin
DuPage County Board Chairman Dan Cronin
Illinois Representative Jeanne Ives
Illinois Senator Michael Connelly
Illinois Comptroller Leslie Munger
Illinois Lieutenant Governor Evelyn Sanguinetti
Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner
U.S. Congressman Peter Roskam
U.S. Senator Mark Kirk
Appellate Court Judge Ann Jorgensen
Appellate Court Judge Joe Birkett
Appellate Court Judge Mary Schostok
Circuit Court Judge Blanche Fawell
Circuit Court Judge Daniel Guerin
Circuit Court Judge Pat O'Shea
Circuit Court Judge Robert Kleeman
Circuit Court Judge John Kinsella
Circuit Court Judge Dorothy French
Circuit Court Judge Ronald Sutter

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