Bill Brady Calls Off His Dogs

CHICAGO – NTUI Tax Villain of the Month Bill Brady called off some of his dogs late last week, allowing the Libertarian Party of Illinois to be on the ballot November 2, 2010. Although this is reason to celebrate, it is important to note that the Constitution Party is still being kept off the ballot by Republicans who do not want the additional competition.
There are five candidates for Governor on the November 2 ballot. They are Independent Scott Lee Cohen, Libertarian Lex Green, and the three major party candidates Brady (R), Quinn (D), and Whitney (G).

Private Workers Three Times More Likely to be Jobless than Government Employees

By Edward J. O’Boyle, Ph.D (8-6-10)
Drawing on data collected through its Current Population Survey, the Bureau of Labor Statistics every month publishes the rate of unemployment by age, gender, race, class of worker, disability status, industry, veteran status, educational attainment, occupation, and marital status. In addition, it publishes the rate for native-born workers along with the rate for foreign-born workers. Much of this information is available in seasonally-adjusted and not seasonally-adjusted form.
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State Sen. Bill Brady Named August 2010 Tax Villain of the Month

ROCKFORD–The President of Illinois’ largest taxpayer organization today named gubernatorial candidate, State Senator Bill Brady (R-44, Bloomington) the group’s August “Tax Villain of the Month.” Speaking at a news conference in Rockford, IL, Jim Tobin, President of National Taxpayers United of Illinois (NTUI), also distributed “wanted flyers” as he outlined why Brady had earned this dubious distinction.

Jim Tobin addresses multiple TV news stations in Rockford

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