This Week’s Biggest Gainers
The Park Ridge native earned an impressive victory over Barack Obama in the Pennsylvania primary.
The Bears first-round draft pick, an offensive lineman, became the latest player responsible for protecting whoever the hell the team has playing quarterback this year.
The Southern Illinois quarterback was picked up by the Chicago Bears.
The star University of Illinois running back and Chicago native was drafted in the first round… by the Pittsburgh Steelers.
The former Cubs skipper was celebrated on the twenty-fifth anniversary of his infamous curse-filled tirade on Cubs fans.
This Week’s Biggest Losers
Amidst the growing Rev. Wright kerfuffle, the Illinois Senator was soundly defeated in the Pennsylvania primary.
Rev. Jeremiah Wright
Pundits and columnists everywhere criticized the reverend’s ongoing undermining of the Obama campaign.
David M. Hall
The Lake County judge was busted for a DUI and in the process was pepper-sprayed by police.
After being placed on the disabled list with a calf injury, the Cubs highly paid outfielder suffered severe criticism from sportswriters and jocks, especially as the team succeeded offensively in his absence.
The Northwestern alumnus was invited to give the commencement address at the NU School of Law and was met with wildly unhappy student petitions and blog posts.