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CN December 14 2017 Kurth/Ewing

When a Republican gets beaten in Alabama by a pro-choice Democrat, when Garry McCarthy may launch a mayoral run, when the #MeToo movement is proclaimed an “era” by the New York Times, and when thousands of women are lining up … Continue reading

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CN Sep 20, 2012

If you were following the CTU strike, you might have been dismayed by the union’s failure to suspend the strike last Sunday night. Some in the media, including columnists and editorialists who had been largely favorable, started to peel away, … 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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CN March 22, 2012

In case you weren’t sure where Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle stands on the issue of decriminalizing the possession of small quantities of marijuana – here’s what she says on today’s show. “So I’m 65 years old. I’m gonna … Continue reading

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