Six hundred and twenty-four articles have been posted since March 11, 2011. The following 10 articles account for approximately 10 percent of the 500,000 page views, thus far. Coincidentally, nearly 50,000 page views are from countries as far away as Russia, United Kingdom, Germany, France, China, Ukraine, Canada, Poland, Indonesia, and India. As always, thank you so much for reading this blog. In descending order, the top 10 posts with the most page views to date:
“We write to inform you that [if and when you pass 'pension reform'] we will file a lawsuit challenging [your unconstitutional actions, for they are] purely political, [opportunistic] and an unconstitutional attempt to coerce [public employees] to comply with [your] demands. This matter is of fundamental constitutional importance, as ['pension reform'] threatens [retired and current public employees’ earned rights and benefits]. The Illinois Constitution protects [these rights and benefits. Article XIII, Section 5 of the Constitution of the State of Illinois was added in 1970 as a] safeguard to protect [public employees from a diminishment and impairment of benefits earned], to ensure the legislature could not [diminish those benefits], and to prohibit [Illinois legislators] from running roughshod over [public employees]…” Click Here.