Tag Archives: Hal Dardick

CN Sep 19, 2013

  Governor Quinn got some great news this week – he pretty much has the Democratic primary to himself.  It isn’t clear that Bill Daley would have beaten Quinn, but the Tribune’s Hal Dardick says things have really fallen Quinn’s … Continue reading

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CN January 24, 2013

Here’s an interesting mind-game. Imagine for a minute that Chicago didn’t have the vast network of Fire Department ambulances and life-support equipped fire engines, along with the incredibly effective trauma staffs at area hospitals. Now take into consideration the 1,893 … Continue reading

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CN July 26, 2012

Does the president of a chain of privately-held chicken restaurants have the right to express his opinion that gay marriage is not in conformity with his understanding of Biblical teaching? Should a Chicago alderman then have the right to deny … Continue reading

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CN April 26, 2012

Mayor Emanuel’s Infrastructure Trust passed the City Council on Tuesday with only 7 dissenting votes.  And if you’re 25 today, you’ll be 126 when this complicated deal expires. As proposed by the mayor, and enthusiastically endorsed by alderpersons as philosophically … Continue reading

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CN March 8, 2012

Mayor Emanuel, along with Bill Clinton, has announced a vague but ambitious plan to build “roads, rail and runways” in Chicago using a huge infusion of private money. Critics almost immediately pointed out that the not-for-profit entity proposed to manage … Continue reading

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