New Policy: No More Anonymous Comments

In the spirit of improving our public discourse in the coming year, we are no longer allowing anonymous comments. A lot of juvenile, personal attacks have been coming through without real names attached. Please keep comments directed at policy and not people. If you are going to attack people personally, we are not going to let you do it behind a fake name. We hope this makes for a more healthy and serious political blog.

Happy Holidays everyone!

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  1. James Olsen

    Word I am hearing is that Ian wants to house immigrants in the Barnes & Noble in downtown Naperville now that their lease is up. Anyone else hear that?

    • Joan Murray

      I heard Scott Wehrli came up with this idea.

  2. Joan Murray

    Good policy. I noticed too many
    cowards hiding behind fake names attacking others. That’s why I haven’t posted in a while.

  3. james haselhorst

    Thank you. Too many posts that are less about moving the subject under discussion ahead then personal attacks.

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