Monthly Archives: January 2015

CN Jan 29, 2015

Rahm Emanuel’s headed for a runoff. He’ll get close to the 50% prize, but he won’t win it. That’s the opinion of 75% of the veteran, experienced reporters around our table today. NPR/Chicago’s Cheryl Corley and the Reader’s Mick Dumke … Continue reading

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CN Jan. 22, 2015

Great discussion today between Ethan Michaeli and Glenn Reedus. Maybe you heard about the police officer Gov. Quinn pardoned, but didn’t understand the back-story. You will after watching this. Also, some penetrating conversation about housing, the Obama Library and the mayoral election. … Continue reading

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CN Jan. 15, 2015

(note: we’ve included time markers, so you can go directly to that point in the video). Fox 32 Chicago’s Mike Flannery is Fired Up. He was in Springfield for Bruce Rauner’s inauguration on Monday. He tells us that he spent some time combing … Continue reading

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CN Jan 8, 2015

  Tom Geoghegan likes to challenge conventional thinking. His new book, Only One Thing Can Save Us, argues that America’s labor movement has to completely re-think its strategy, and that, if it doesn’t succeed, we could lose the last meaningful … Continue reading

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