When Quinn came to the rescue of a s(t)inking state budget by throwing us all an anchor, he was quick to demand that any naysayers provide a complete alternate solution.
The Illinois Policy Institute has done exactly that. All that’s required is the will, the moral and ethical fiber, and leadership.
In other news, in a bipartisan effort of will, moral and ethical fiber, and leadership, the Illinois House voted for expanded internet horse race gambling. More on that later.
NOTE: Still mainly writing over at DGreport.com, but right now Elaine Johnson just put up an editorial on the increasingly odd behavior of our high school Board of Education (CHSD99), and I don’t want to bump it. I’ll dump it further down the page if I can.