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Monthly Archives: November 2010
Despite the host’s proposal to devote the entire half-hour to a discussion of Apple’s world-stopping acquisition of the rights to Beatles’ downloads, the guests insisted on talking about other things. Those included Terry Mazany’s appointment Ron Huberman’s emporary replacement at … Continue reading
On this week’s show we look at the impending filing of Mayoral and Aldermanic petitions. Also in the discussion: did Bill Brady turn out to be too conservative for Illinois, even during this national republican sweep? And why weren’t any … Continue reading
As you can read in the previous post about our November 4 edition, I made a mistake at the beginning of the show that illustrates how easily misinformation can be passed along in this instantaneous-communication environment. Noticing a breaking story … Continue reading
We get a chance to look at Tuesday’s election with a two-day perspective on today’s show. At taping time the Joe Walsh/Melissa Bean race was still officially undecided, as was the Governor’s race. But Pat Quinn had what appeared to … Continue reading
It’s our election preview show, and this week we turn to Rebecca Sanchez, political columnist for Extra Bilingual Newspaper, and John Dempsey, morning news anchor and reporter for WLS-AM. Although there are so many state, county and national elections to … Continue reading