"The State of Illinois is past the point of no return. It does not have the ability to raise taxes or cut spending to the degree necessary to reduce the annual cost of bond and retiree benefits from 33% to a sustainable level...The insolvency is not the result of too much bonded debt, but rather the government promising retirement and other post-employment benefits that aren’t affordable."
The following video and comments were received by a concerned citizen
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"Both the 6 and 10 pm newscasts on KBJR on Saturday contained a five minute totally fake news segment making UMD and Duluth look like racists.
KBJR knowingly misrepresented the black hanging doll incident at UMD as a racist act even though they knew full well that it was hung by a black student as a prop for a horror film that they were playing.
The report contained interviews with people who falsely referred to it as a racist act, never once correcting the false narrative nor ever saying that the student who hung the doll was black. Kbjr showed a heavily edited quote from the student, but made it look like the quote was from a UMD board member who was condemning the hanging doll, rather than it actually being a quote from the black student who was the one who hung the doll. In the black student's original statement, he clearly admitted that he hung the doll, but KBJR edited that out."
Project Veritas published a new video Thursday in which a New York Times editor based in London confirms what most readers already knew: The paper has essentially given up on objectivity as long as President Trump is around.
"They also obtained an eyewitness account indicating Russian nuclear officials had routed millions of dollars to the U.S. designed to benefit former President Bill Clinton’s charitable foundation during the time Secretary of State Hillary Clinton served on a government body that provided a favorable decision to Moscow."