Though most of the aldermen were alive and even grown up in 1954, none apparently remember that "under God" was added to the pledge that year because religious leaders persuaded Congress that we should distinguish ourselves from our enemy, the Soviet Unio
by Cate Plys | May 13, 2004
by Cate Plys | Apr 8, 2004
Let's face it, the military doesn't take 18-year-olds for their responsibility and maturity.
by Cate Plys | Apr 1, 2004
by Cate Plys | Mar 18, 2004
Stroger used a time-honored strategy to pass his budget: put it off until the last minute, then wear 'em down.
by Cate Plys | Mar 4, 2004
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