Posts Tagged “Iraq”

Group raises funds for disabled veterans

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Group raises funds for disabled veterans

Golf outing fundraiser for local disabled veteran Saturday Aug 20 Meadows Gold Course, Blue Island More than 300 people are expected to attend an annual golf outing at Meadows Golf Course in Blue Island on Saturday August 20 that began five years ago to help injured or disabled veterans who live in the Chicagoland area….

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Politicizing our vets is just plain wrong

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Politicizing our vets is just plain wrong

Politicizing our vets is just plain wrong By RAY HANANIA Southwest News-Herald Newspaper, Friday, May 23, 2014 They say religion and politics don’t mix. They shouldn’t. Our Constitution created a separation between the two. But too bad the Constitution didn’t go far enough and also separate politics and veterans. It would save us all a…

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ComEd and municipal confusion grows faster than bills with aggregation

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ComEd and municipal confusion grows faster than bills with aggregation

ComEd and municipal confusion grows faster than bills with aggregation By Ray Hanania For many years, ComEd was the consumer’s boogeyman, the stepchild of an even bigger boogeyman, Exelon. The relationship fueled consumer skepticism about the big-bad utility company, all a part of a financial shell game where Exelon spit-off ComEd as the poverty-stricken step-child,…

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