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President George H.W. Bush made America kinder and gentler

By Tom Siebert I was highly privileged to interview him following a long day on the campaign trail. I asked him some tough questions, but afterwards he was exceedingly kind, giving me a double handshake. Well done, good and faithful … Continue reading

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Homeless group reaches out to community as shelter season nears

By Tom Siebert Assistant Director for Community Relations Public Action to Deliver Shelter (PADS) of Kendall County, Illinois Volunteers from Public Action to Deliver Shelter (PADS) of Kendall County will be blanketing the community over the next two months, sharing … Continue reading

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We can prevent gun violence while preserving the Second Amendment

By Tom Siebert Gun violence is as American as apple pie. Growing up, all of my heroes were shot to death: John F. Kennedy,  Martin Luther King Jr., Robert F. Kennedy, and John Lennon. One of the first mass shootings … Continue reading

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Mobsters aren’t the only ones who need God’s mercy

By Tom Siebert During the warmer months here in the Chicago area, my mother and I visit the grave sites of our departed loved ones at Mount Carmel––a predominantly Italian-American Catholic cemetery located in suburban Hillside. Our family monuments are … Continue reading

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