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CN Oct. 23, 2014

You’ve probably heard that the Sun-Times endorsed Bruce Rauner last week. And maybe you also heard that Rauner’s campaign raised objections to a story that Dave McKinney wrote about some alleged bullying of a former executive at one of Rauner’s companies. 1,298 more words

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McKinney's "Why I Left" letter is a classic Chicago story of right and wrong. Bad news for Rahm.

When I reposted former Sun-Tmes Springfield bureau chief Dave McKinney’s Why I Left letter yesterday afternoon, I didn’t expect 3,000 6,000 page views  by this morning. 474 more words

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The Demos' 'Good Crisis' Diversion

Obama’s Epidemic of Domestic and Foreign Policy Failures

By Mark Alexander~

“[T]he crisis is arrived when we must assert our rights, or submit to every imposition, that can be heaped upon us, till custom and use shall make us as tame and abject slaves.” –

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Ebola in Maywood? Unlikely, but Possible -- Loyola, Area Hospitals Get Prepared

Screenshot of Chicago Tonight report on Cook County’s Ebola response. 

Tuesday, October 21, 2014 || By Michael Romain 

The Ebola virus has healthcare professionals and government officials throughout the United States on high alert — and those working in the Chicago area, particularly at Maywood-based Loyola University Medical Center, are no exception. 647 more words


City Council Conducting Hearings On Emanuel's Proposed 2015 Budget

CHICAGO (CBS) – The Chicago City Council has begun hearings into Mayor Emanuel’s proposed 2015 budget, and aldermen are asking questions about the spending plans, reports WBBM Political Editor Craig Dellimore. 194 more words


Sign of the times: Trump Tower sign reveals more Rahm Emanuel hypocrisy

Back in June 2014, Chicago mayor Rahm Emanuel ripped the sign on Trump Tower which spelled out Trump’s name as being “tasteless” and—despite the city already having approved the signage—declared he would seek any possibilities of forcing its removal. 920 more words


Chicago City Clerk Susana Mendoza calls it as she sees it

Susana Mendoza is the City Clerk of Chicago and currently one of only two women in a city-wide post (City Treasurer Stephanie Neely being the other). 5,912 more words