Cameron examines some recent visits from Rep. Rodney Davis to the 13th District during the current Congressional recess.
Evelyn recaps a very important question on diversity at Parkland College presented to candidates before Tuesday's election for their Board of Trustees.
Chris sits down with James Kilgore, locally-based author and scholar, about mass incarceration, especially in Champaign County.
In the first of a three-part series, Cameron looks at the new American Health Care Act, which has garnered support from our own Representative Rodney Davis.
Continued appearances by the Chief are enabled and facilitated by the U of I.
In his latest column, Cameron examines a cowardly statement from Rep. Rodney Davis, which paints his opposition as a bunch of paid protestors, not citizens who are scared about impending changes.
Cameron sheds light on some pretty massive lies told by Rep. Rodney Davis during his "tele-town-hall" event last night.
In light of recent backlash against Rep. Rodney Davis, Boswell hypothesizes about which Democrat could mount a challenge against him in 2018.
Earlier this week, Rep. Rodney Davis submitted his plan to replace the ACA. Cameron explains why that doesn't necessarily mean he has his constituents' best interests at heart.
Ever since things have gotten difficult for our United States Rep. Rodney Davis, he's been nowhere to be found. Cameron asks where Rod is hiding when his constituents demand answers.
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