Tag Archives: Glenn Reedus

CN Sep 22 2016

  On the morning after Mayor Emanuel’s highly-promoted speech on crime and safety, there’s a broad range of reactions. And it seems fair to say that most reactions are in some way or another critical. We recorded our program a … Continue reading

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CN Dec. 3, 2015

Glenn Reedus is a thoughtful, experienced guy. He’s written for The Chicago Defender, the Crusader, South Suburban News, and the Chicago Reporter. For a time, he was Executive Editor at the Defender. He’s currently an independent journalist, and he’s also … Continue reading

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CN April 30, 2015

  “We have had for decades in Illinois a consensus from both parties that what they want from state government is health care, human services, education and public safety,” explains Shriver Center President John Bouman on today’s show. “In fact  over … Continue reading

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CN March 5, 2015 Part 2

  On today’s “Part 2: the Runoffs”, we tackle Wards 11, 20, 24, and 33 with veteran journalists Ethan Michaeli and Glenn Reedus. Ward 11:  Daley-Thompson/Kozlar The grandson of Richard J. Daley, after a short stint at Water Reclamation, seeks … Continue reading

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CN March 5, 2015, part one

What happens now? If Rahm Emanuel is to move forward and win the runoff, where will he find the votes? Veteran reporter and political writer Glenn Reedus says the mayor’s especially focused on black Chicago. (3.50) “There are about 1 million … 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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