Author Archives: Peter V. Bella

About Peter V. Bella

Peter V. Bella is a passionate cook and photographer. Mr. Bella started cooking as a child with his parents. He has taken professional courses through the years. Mr. Bella a a freelance photojournalist and writer based in Chicago.

President Obama invited President for Life, Bill Clinton to the White House for a press conference. Clinton was supposed to help Obama by endorsing the tax deal he hammered out with the GOP. Obama introduced Clinton.  Then he left- Michelle … Continue reading

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Welcome to Crook County

Joe Berrios ala Todd Stroger hired his son and his sister to work for him at the Assessor’s office. “I trust them,’’ he said. “It is what it is.’’ Berrios is nothing more than a corrupt friends and family politician.  … Continue reading

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Free and Equal

Sun Times Columnist Mark Brown wrote an interesting article today regarding people who gather petition signatures.  He provides information and quotes from Christina Tobin.  Ms. Tobin operates the Chicago based company Free and Equal Inc.  The company’s purpose is to … Continue reading

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Rahm’s green dream

The city is going broke, it is scandal plagued, it is being ripped off by contractors and vendors, especially the minority and so called disadvantaged ones, there is no ethics in government, and the future does not look any better … Continue reading

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Remember Pearl Harbor and those who paid the price

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More scandal

What happens when a contractor or vendor gets caught defrauding the city of Chicago?  Especially if it is a minority contractor?  They keep their contract of course. Arrow Lumber defrauded the city out of building supplies.  The supplies were diverted … Continue reading

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Code of silence

For the past several holiday seasons an anonymous person has been strewing gold coins in various Salvation Army kettles.  It has become a Christmas tradition in Chicago.  It is always publicized.  This generous person has never come forward.  This year … Continue reading

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