Monthly Archives: July 2014

CN July 24, 2014

On today’s show – a bit of a history lesson, largely from a few decades ago. You’ve probably entertained this thought yourself – why is it, a hundred years after slavery, that black America still seems so far behind? In … Continue reading

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CN July 17, 2014

  So why’d she do it? Why did Toni Preckwinkle, sitting atop stunning poll numbers and rising support all over the city, decide not to take on Mayor Emanuel? “There’s this whole network of very powerful, very wealthy people who’ve … Continue reading

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July 10, 2014

  There was a big announcement this week. Mayor Emanuel’s Commission has come back with its recommendation. It has green-lighted a $13 per hour minimum wage in Chicago, and the Mayor apparently supports it. But there’s a catch. “It’s clear … Continue reading

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CN July 3, 2014

  The White Sox don’t fill The Cell all that often, so here’s what it looks like when it’s full. But did you know that, if you could bus every adult currently in prison in Illinois to this park, there would still … Continue reading

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