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Past articles by John:

Column: To my loyal readers: Until next time

The Chicago Tribune's John Kass writes his final column. → Read More

John Kass: Please let Biden endure until 2024

Old Uncle Joe, he’s a-moving kinda slow, we can handle. But under our laws there is a backup to Biden: President Kamala Harris. → Read More

Please Let Biden Endure Until 2024 by John Kass

There is one takeaway from watching Vice President Kamala Harris' horrifying interview on NBC about whether she'll visit our southern border to see the crisis with her own eyes:President Joe → Read More

Column: Please God, please. Biden must endure until 2024.

Vice President Kamala Harris' shallowness was exposed in her interview with Lester Holt → Read More

Column: That thin line between order and chaos in Chicago and other towns

You saw the thin line broken repeatedly in Chicago last year and in most big cities where chaos reigned as opportunists took advantage of the George Floyd protests. Mayor Lori Lightfoot had no clue what was coming, columnist John Kass writes. → Read More

Column: John Cena? Princeton? Matt Gaetz? Lori Lightfoot? May contenders plentiful in Golden Moutza race

With so many idiots vying for the Golden Moutza of May, it can be overwhelming. → Read More

Column: The media asks President Biden about ice cream and ignores Hunter

News reporters are supposed to ask questions, not play the “useful idiot” or the political operative, columnist John Kass writes. → Read More

Column: With the wizard gone, does Illinois political culture change?

Will political corruption in Illinois end as feds go deeper into the belly of the beast? It's not likely, writes columnist John Kass. → Read More

Column: 13-year-old homicide victim Xavier Quiroz had no political utility. And now family says ‘We’re gone’

The murder victims in Chicago who have no political utility for the people in charge → Read More

John Kass: The Wuhan story that finally has legs, now that Trump is gone

It is the most important story of our time. And part of the job of citizens, of journalists and responsible political leaders, is to question assumptions. → Read More

Column: Djordje Mihailovic comes home to face the Fire, thinking of revenge

Djordje Milhailovic comes home to face the Chicago Fire, the team he grew up with and the one that traded him away → Read More

Column: The Wuhan story that finally has legs, now that Trump is gone

New revelations about the origins of COVID-19 should lead to questions for some in the media. → Read More

Column: Waiting for Democrats to condemn Lightfoot’s racism, and hearing only crickets

Where are the Democrats challenging Mayor Lori Lightfoot's race-based interview policy? → Read More

Column: Pressure from American left for Israeli cease-fire will only strengthen Iran

President Joe Biden shouldn't cave to pressure from the Democratic left calling for Israel to adopt a cease-fire → Read More

John Kass: Politics of fear: Democratic mask neurosis and the Republican mushroom cloud

Many Republicans are rightfully gleeful over the mask dysphoria being suffered by MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow, the high TV priestess of the establishment left. → Read More

Column: Politics of fear: Democratic mask neurosis and the Republican mushroom cloud

Herded by the politics of fear. → Read More

Column: Republican Liz Cheney as the Democrats’ Joan of Arc

Rep. Liz Cheney emerges as a Joan of Arc for Democrats → Read More

Column: The virtue signaling of renaming Lake Shore Drive

Chicago has plenty of problems, but politicians turn to virtue signaling with the campaign to rename Lake Shore Drive. → Read More

Column: From the Rahmfather to Rahm of Japan?

Could Rahm Emanuel humble himself to learn the ways of Japan? Unlikely. → Read More

John Kass: Employers beg for workers: ‘It’s the economy, stupid’

Have you ever wondered what happens to flat-earthers? Not all spend their days eating pudding with plastic spoons and rewatching old sitcoms — or as fabulists hanging at the end of the bar, boastin… → Read More