No opinions, please.

Apparently, it’s wrong to even have an opinion in Chicago these days – especially if that opinion is pro – police.

Hedy Weiss, a theater critic for the Chicago Sun Times, recently wrote of a political play;

“No one can argue with the fact that this city (and many others throughout the country) has a problem with the use of deadly police force against African-Americans. But, for all the many and varied causes we know so well, much of the lion’s share of the violence is perpetrated within the community itself. “

According to an article posted at, Weiss was called out as a bigot and refused entrance to theaters for future reviews. One theater group stated that they do not tolerate inappropriate language.

At this point, the author of the article references 1984, and rightly so. Since when did it become illegal to have an opinion? And when did people start becoming so offended by opinions? By slamming Weiss’ review, these theater groups are showing how immature, shallow-minded and stupid they really are. It’s like a little kid plugging his ears because he doesn’t want to hear the truth.

Even Milwaukee Sheriff David Clarke, a black cop from a large city with 40% of the population being black, has stated more than once that the problem is black on black crime and black criminals in poor neighborhoods, not cops.

It doesn’t take a person of major intellect to see that we are on our way to a socialist/communist nation. The powers that be continue to create chaos so that they can then offer solutions (nationalized police) and it’s becoming less and less acceptable to have an opinion about anything or anyone.

Our founding fathers are rolling over in their graves.