Monthly Archives: April 2015

CN April 23, 2015

  Stop the presses. Flint Taylor, the prominent human-rights attorney who has for decades dogged former Commander Jon Burge for torture of prisoners at his South Side police district, had kind words for a Chicago Mayor today. After negotiating with … Continue reading

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CN April 16, 2015

  Sarah Karp and Catalyst broke a big story back on July 30, 2013. It took a while, but today, as a result of that story, the FBI is investigating a north suburban company and the CEO of Chicago Public … Continue reading

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CN April 9, 2015

  Rahm Emanuel had a ground game after all.  At least for the runoff. He saw how it worked out for him in the February general election, not having one, and he apparently didn’t like what he saw. In fact, now … Continue reading

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CN April 2, 2015 Part 2

Mick  Dumke and Ben Joravsky of the Reader are joined by special guest Cliff Kelley, the Governor of Talk Radio (and afternoon host on WVON) for our final wrap-up discussion before election day.  We also talk ward politics, this week … Continue reading

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CN April 2, part 1

It’s just days before the election results roll in and we know whether the people have elected Rahm or Chuy. So it’s only natural that, among political animals, attention turns to last-minute polls. And to early voting patterns.  Polls have … Continue reading

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