Tag Archives: Carol Felsenthal

CN March 22 2018

Not that many people voted in Tuesday’s Illinois primary – about a couple of million statewide – but they made some very important decisions, including throwing out Joe Berrios, the powerful, connected Cook County Assessor, and unseating two of Toni … Continue reading

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CN Jan 14, 2016

    Our guest today is Donna More, the candidate for Cook County State’s Attorney. She appeared on the program about an hour after the Cook County Democrats met to endorse her opponent, Kim Foxx. She told us that she … Continue reading

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CN Sept 24, 2015

Let’s not bury the lede. Here’s the presidential matchup for 2016. It’s Marco Rubio vs. Joe Biden.  Who says so?  Beyond the Beltway’s Bruce DuMont and Chicago Magazine’s Carol Felsenthal. Bruce DuMont said last week that Biden’s appearance on Stephen … Continue reading

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CN Feb. 26, 2015

  471,464 Chicagoans had their say this week. And what most of them said was they weren’t very happy with the status quo. And then there are the 949,968 registered voters who didn’t show up. What were they saying? It’s big news that … Continue reading

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CN Sep.18, 2014

  Just how much do you know about Bruce Rauner? Can you imagine him busily “fixing Illinois”? Does he have the skill-set to manage a sprawling state government and get its staggering budget shortfalls under control? Carol Felsenthal spent months … Continue reading

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CN March 6, 2014

  Bruce Rauner is just nine months away from his inauguration as Governor of Illinois. Want to know how that happens? WLS-AM’s John Dempsey pulls out his scratch pad and runs the numbers. (For discussion purposes here, the panel essentially … Continue reading

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CN Sep 5, 2013

Ed Koch famously stopped New Yorkers to ask “so how’m I doin’?” Our mayor doesn’t do that, but we thought we’d do it for him, as a public service. We started by discussing Fran Spielman’s recent critique of the Mayor … Continue reading

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CN February 28, 2013

The National Rifle Association was not cowering in fear in its underground bunker complex because Robin Kelly won the second Congressional District primary on Tuesday.  That’s the general sentiment of our panelists this week, Carol Felsenthal (Chicago Magazine and The … Continue reading

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CN October 8, 2012

It’s our election wrap-up program. Being a Thursday show, we have the luxury of an extra day to reflect on What It All Means, so we assembled Carol Felsenthal (Chicago Magazine and The Hill), Ben Joravsky (Chicago Reader) and Kyra … Continue reading

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CN August 16, 2012

Young people, according to Carol Felsenthal (Chicago Magazine, The Hill) may be the surprise in the November election, finding Paul Ryan attractive for his youth and fresh ideas about the economy. But that will be more than offset, she predicts, … Continue reading

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