Sen. Mark Kirk (R-Ill.) is under extreme pressure in his home state where he is being challenged by Democrat Tammy Duckworth for his senate seat. And that is the least of his problems. A quick Google search for Illinois or Chicago news paints the picture of a state in deep need of public leaders laser-focused on spending every second they have bettering the lives of their constituents.
There is much to do for the Prairie State. Much that can be done. A recent Chicago Sun-Times report talked about something Concerned Women for America has been fighting around the country for a long time – an “Illinois State Police swamped with DNA tests on rapes, murders.” That must and can be fixed.
Kirk on the other hand, finds time (and the gall) to attack other states for their attempts to protect its citizens, especially women and children, from predators. Kirk was one of just six senators so radical and aggressive in their promotion of transgender “rights” that they sent a letter to the National Basketball Association demanding they move the league’s 2017 All-Star game out of North Carolina.