Dear people of the great state of Illinois.
Daily Journal Editorial Board
I am appalled at the poor judgment and taste of the Daily Journal on the anniversary (Feb. 25 edition) of Russia’s imperialist, murderous attack on Ukraine, to feature two commentaries that denigrated Ukraine’s courageous self-defense and the U.S. military, directed ridicule and name-calling…
On Thursday, Feb. 23 on the beautiful property of Van Drunen Farms and FutureCeuticals, We Stand for Christ Jesus Ministries, held its fist fundraiser for the ministry. Thank you is a small word for such amazing efforts of your kindness.
I am perturbed reading Kankakee High School District 111 teachers are “clashing” with their administrators over the graduation policies that are new to only the class of 2023 (Daily Journal March 1).
There is something radically wrong with the political establishment of the federal government. We have a very inept President and an equally inept Secretary of Transportation. But it does not end with them, the dramatic and tragic derailment in the small Ohio town has left a bewildering effe…
I will be voting YES for this quarter percent sales tax on April 4 because mental health matters. I am an advocate for mental health. I do a yearly walk in the month of September for mental health and suicide awareness.
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It is a great honor to serve Momence as your new postmaster. In my years with the United States Postal Service, I have seen firsthand the role the Postal Service plays connecting neighbors and our community to the nation. Our post offices serve as a lifeline for our small businesses to reach…
The attempts of the far right ideologues to denigrate the process of education and engage in bigoted propaganda in its stead presents an existential danger to our democracy. Education is the process of exposing one to facts and a wide range of ideas, while promoting a logical analysis of tho…
This was part of the Feb. 1 article, Changes coming to BTPD [Bourbonnais Township Park District] in the [Daily] Journal. As a taxpayer, I take exception to this. Issues-concerns should always be on the table. Mr. [Ed] Piatt doesn’t want to discuss the Exploration Station because of the flurr…
In the weekend edition of Jan. 28 of the Daily Journal, writer Dennis Marek [columnist] wrote concerning fentanyl. The only solution is education first. Enforcement right behind it, no. You close the borders first.
It is a great honor to serve Beecher as your new postmaster. In my years with the United States Postal Service, I have seen firsthand the role the Postal Service plays connecting neighbors and our community to the nation. Our post offices serve as a lifeline for our small businesses to reach…
On Jan. 10 [Gov. J.B.] Pritzker signed legislation that bans not only what they call assault weapons but just about everything that shoots, high capacity magazines which is another useless law. These laws they pass only affects the law-abiding citizen — no one else.
I am writing to thank Kankakee-area residents for sharing the true meaning of Christmas with children in need this past holiday season.
The [Daily] Journal reported that Governor Pritzker signed a law expanding “safeguard for abortion patients.” Who is the safeguard for exactly?
The problem I have with Democrats is that they make quick decisions before they do the needed research, and Republicans do excessive research, too much research before making decisions.
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