Saturday, June 25, 2016

June 25, 2016 GOPUSA ILLINOIS Email

-- Illinois Lawmakers Push Bipartisan Gun Control Compromise  “Stopping gun violence requires more than moments of silence - we need action,” Rep. Bob Dold said - Tom Schuba
-- Celebrities Come Out for National HIV Testing Day - ALAMIN YOHANNES
-- 9 Things to Know if You’re Planning on Going to Chicago Pride Parade
-- DIERSEN HEADLINE: Anti-Republicans say that "Duckworth prevails in workplace retaliation lawsuit."
-- How Illinois punishes schools with poorest kids - Rep. Bob Dold
-- Activists to MacArthur Foundation: Give back to Chicago - Jacob Wittich
-- State’s windfall from license plate late fees passes $5 million - AP
-- Rep. Bob Dold, an Illinois Republican, backs gun control bill - Katherine Skiba
-- University of Chicago professors, students upset by layoffs and school finances - Dawn Rhodes
-- Kane County sheriff's deputy charged with drug possession: officials - Robert McCoppin and Susan Berger
-- In need of help, Trump finds few willing to work for him - AP  (DIERSEN: How nasty are your critics/opponents?  My critics/opponents have lots of religious, government, political, and financial clout in Wheaton, in Glen Ellyn, in Milton Township, in DuPage County, and in Illinois.  They have made it very clear that they will have their operatives and dupes destroy anyone who supports me.  What do you say to my nasty critics/opponents, their nasty operatives, and their nasty dupes?)
-- Behind the support for Brexit and Trump: Economic resentment - AP
-- How the Dump Trump push could lead the GOP back to Scott Walker - Bloomberg
-- Brexit a harbinger of Trumpism? - Dick Polman
-- How Long can Illinois go Without a Budget? -  AMANDA VINICKY
-- DeGroot: Bradley, Madigan are 'double-talking politicians'
-- Congressman Rodney Davis Criticizes Democrats Sit In -  Greg Bisho
-- Why Conservative Intellectuals Hate Trump - NICHOLAS LEMANN
-- Affirmative Action Isn’t Just a Legal Issue. It’s Also a Historical One. - LEE C. BOLLINGER  (DIERSEN: Who should pay the price of affirmative action and why?)
-- American Anxieties, Mirrored in Britain - Editorial
-- Trump by Those Who Know Him Best  I’ve read the books by and about him, and they reveal a lot about how he thinks. Two lessons: He manages in the moment and doesn’t sweat details. - JOSEPH RAGO
-- Obama Designates Stonewall National Monument to LGBT Rights - BYRON TAU
-- Illinois Lawmakers Face Tight Deadline, Big Hurdle to Pass Budget  As bills pile up, impasse continues between Democratic Legislature, Republican governor - BECKIE STRUM
-- One year after historic ruling, gay marriage win propels liberal causes -  Richard Wolf
-- An appeal to GOP delegates: Please save your party from Trump — you still can  As party gatekeepers, you can come together to divorce yourself from the popular decision and vote your conscience - CHRIS SOSA

-- DuPage Republicans will be a $2,500 Gold Celebration Partner for the 2016 Wheaton Independence Day Fireworks and Parade.  So far, 16 have pledged $1,800 toward the $2,500: $250 from Chris Nybo, $150 From Liam Brennan, and $100 each from Peter Breen, Fred Bucholz, Mike Connelly, Amy Grant, Tim Elliott, Jeanne Ives, Richard Jorgensen, Brian Krajewski, Bob Lyon, Deanne Mazzochi, James Mendrick, Peter Roskam, Tim Whelan, and Jim Zay - Dave Diersen
(THE ARTICLE: For the 11th consecutive year, DuPage Republicans will help sponsor Wheaton's Independence Day Parade.  This year, they will be a $2,500 Gold Celebration Partner for the fireworks and parade.  I am first asking Republican candidates on November 8 ballots and then other DuPage Republicans to cover the $2,500 cost at $100 or more per contributor.  Checks should be made out to the Wheaton Park District and mailed to me at 915 Cove Court, Wheaton, Illinois 60189-6326.  The $2,500 Gold Celebration Partnership includes signage, acknowledgement in print media, e-blasts, and press releases, announcement at the fireworks and parade, 8x8 booth at the fireworks, parade entry, and premium seating and parking at the fireworks. In addition, I will hand deliver flyers to the residences and businesses on the parade route that announces the fireworks and parade, that DuPage Republicans are a $2,500 Gold Celebration Partner, and the names and titles of the sponsors. So far, Republican parade entries include Mark Kirk (17), Connelly/Ives (18), Breen (19), DuPage County District 4 (20), and the Milton Township Republican Central Committee (21).  The DuPage County Republican contribution has been designated for the Tunes of Glory Pipes and Drums $1,000 entry (16), the Wheaton North High School Band $600 entry (23), and the Wheaton Warrenville South High School Band $600 entry (24).  SEE: Republican candidates on November 8 ballots in the Wheaton area include in ballot order: Donald Trump, Mark Kirk, Leslie Munger, Peter Roskam, Jeanne Ives, Peter Breen, Robert Berlin, Chris Kachiroubas, Bob Grogan, Richard Jorgensen, Fred Bucholz, Amy Grant, Tim Elliott, Bob Larsen, Jim Zay, Tim Whelan, Brian Telander, Paul Fullerton, and Liam Brennan. Last year, the 22 outstanding $100 sponsors were Bob Berlin, Peter Breen, Liam Brennan, Fred Bucholz, Timothy Elliott, Paul Fullerton, Amy Grant, Gwen Henry, Jeanne Ives, Robert Jacobsen, Marty Keller, Mark Kmiecik, Robert Lyon, Dave Molitor, Deanne Mazzochi, Karyn Romano, Darlene Ruscitti, Phil Suess, Brian Telander, John Vires, Tim Whelan, and John Zaruba.)


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