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CHICAGO (AP) -- Former Illinois Commerce Commission Chairman Terry Barnich was killed Monday by a roadside bomb while traveling in a U.S. convoy in western Iraq, according to the State Department. The blast also killed a U.S. soldier and a civilian contractor working for the Defense Department, the military said. Two others were wounded. Barnich, 56, was hired in 2007 as deputy director of the Iraq Transition Assistance Office in Baghdad, said deputy State Department spokesman Robert Wood. He was returning from an inspection of a U.S.-government funded wastewater treatment plant under construction in Fallujah, Wood said. ...
On Thursday, July 8th, past and present associates and friends gathered at The Erie Cafe at 536 West Erie Street in Chicago to honor Dan Miller. It was on June 30th that Dan Miller stepped down as executive vice president and Publisher at The Heartland Institute, where he had worked since 2008. Joseph Bast, CEO of Heartland Institute, called it “hanging out” at Heartland for the last two years, although Mr. Miller did have a part in helping to launch the Institute back in 1988. A screen in the front of the dining area at The Erie Cafe presented flash backs of Dan ... Read More
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