Monthly Archives: January 2014

CN Jan 30, 2014

  Is the Internet a public asset? Is it something like Lake Michigan, that we long go decided should be “forever open, clear and free”?  If it is, how do we deal with the private companies that bring us that … Continue reading

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CN Jan 23, 2014

When the court-ordered six-thousand page “document dump” related to the Chicago Archdiocese priest sex abuse scandal happened earlier this week, Sun-Times reporter Art Golab set about reading them. His share was well over 1,000 pages. “From what I learned after … Continue reading

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CN Jan 16, 2014

  “It’s the quintessential Chicago story. They used political connections to grow into one of the largest, most powerful organizations in the city.” That’s how Andrew Schroedter sums up The Rise and Fall of Juan Rangel, the Patron of Chicago’s … Continue reading

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CN Jan 9, 2013

  As 2014 settles into its groove, the economy, jobs and wages continue to the the major topics for so many Chicagoans.  In the last few days we saw Republican candidate for governor Bruce Rauner opine that the minimum wage … Continue reading

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