Monthly Archives: June 2012

CN June 28, 2012

Three issues converge in today’s show, all having much in common. The Public Schools are adopting a new discipline code that favors restorative justice and in-school suspensions. The Police are partnering with Cease Fire in an attempt to curb the … Continue reading

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CN June 21, 2012

“The 800 – pound banker in the room,” says blogger and former teacher Fred Klonsky, referring to the Illinois pension crisis, “is revenue. It’s the one the legislature won’t address, the media won’t address… They can keep trying to cut … Continue reading

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CN June 14, 2012

It was another violent weekend in Chicago, and this week small pockets of that violence migrated to the Gold Coast, River North and the Red Line. It’s leaving Mayor Emanuel and Police Superintendent Garry McCrthy scrambling for explanations and tactics … Continue reading

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CN June 7, 2012

We discuss the aftermath of the Wisconsin vote this week, with an eye toward the CTU’s strike authorization vote which began hours after Scott Walker was re-elected. Curtis Black (Newstips.org) says that the Wisconsin recall was the first major, deeply … Continue reading

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CN May 31, 2012

Talk about big picture. Today we take on topics like – what is the role of government? Dan Miller is our sole guest. He’s  a policy advisor (and former Executive Vice President) of the Heartland Institute, which, it’s probably safe … Continue reading

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