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Emeritus English Professor David McGrath
From the community

College of DuPage Races Backwards: Can Trustees Stop Runaway Train?

Last week I toured the newly built facilities at College of DuPage. They were beautiful. They cost $50 million. They were mostly empty. It was … Read more ›

Momma Cuisine at WGN Midday News for the Lunchbreak segment.
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Momma Cuisine: Visiting WGN Midday News

Last Wednesday April 11, 2012, I was a guest on the WGN Midday News Lunchbreak segment with anchor Dina Biar, showcasing some of my Great … Read more ›

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Obama is unprecedented in setting precedents as Federal Appeals Court orders explanation

Let me get this straight, President Barack Obama thinks it would be unprecedented for the Supreme Court to find a law unconstitutional, right? In particular, … Read more ›

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The right to vote evokes pride, power, and privilege

Going back 92 years to August 20, 1920, the first day in our history that women in this country were allowed to vote, my mind … Read more ›

Endorsements for Illinois Senate

Dillard earns our endorsement in this Senate race because he gets results. Read more at the Chicago Tribune. Read more ›

Endorsements for Illinois Senate

We’ve endorsed GOP Sen. Carole Pankau, of Itasca, a few times over the years, but rarely with enthusiasm. Here we go again. Read more at … Read more ›

For the Illinois House

46th District: Villa Park attorney Dan Kordik has been a fixture in local politics since the 1980s. John “Chip” Humes is a promising newcomer with … Read more ›

Back Talk: Talkin’ ’bout my generation

TribLocal and The Mash, the Chicago Tribune’s weekly newspaper and website serving teenagers in the city and suburbs, recently asked area high school students about … Read more ›

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One moment frozen in time, creates a lifetime story.

The year 2012 has kicked in. I am ready for it, and looking forward to the stories I will discover this year. With this being … Read more ›

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Toss out resolutions – reflect on year-end

December….end of the year, year- end sales, wrapping up presents for Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, and of course thinking about those New Year resolutions. These are … Read more ›