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Murderous Chicago

What have 85 years of uninterrupted Democratic rule and unremitting pro-gres-sive dogma gotten Chicago? Murderous gang wars with no armistice in sight.

This is a Chicago specialty: The city has had more homicides this year than New York and Los Angeles combined. 241 more words

The Sunday Spin: Politics with Rick Pearson Full Show 9/18/16

We’re back at it on Sunday with another great edition of the Sunday Spin, with everything from candidates’ pneumonia to pneumatics. Just look it up! 207 more words

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Event/Podcast: Engaging Millennials in Government & Politics

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ICPR Executive Director, Sarah Brune, talks civic engagement and #ICPRSummit16 with Dometi Pongo and Perri Small on WVON.


Thursday, I’ll be a part of discussion on the role millennials play in the political process.

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The Sunday Spin: Politics with Rick Pearson- Remembering 9/11

This week on The Sunday Spin for September 11th 2016:

As the nation remembers 9/11 today, we remember 9/11 with a live ABC Radio network coverage from New York and Washington of the memorial ceremonies marking the terrorist attacks of Sept. 130 more words

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Left-wing Insanity

Thirteen people were shot to death in Chicago over Labor Day weekend, bringing the city’s gun-homicide total to 512 since the beginning of the year. Already, the city has exceeded last year’s gun-homicide total (491), and it is on pace to see its deadliest year since 1998 (704 dead). 233 more words

Us Politics

Shawn Shiflett: The worst time for a white kid to do something like this in high school

Shawn Shiflett is the author of Hey, Liberal!, a book that highlights Chicago race and politics. Shawn’s protagonist is inspired by himself, a white boy being the minority at a mostly black school. 18 more words

After Hours With Rick Kogan

Carnage Continues

A cousin of NBA star Dwyane Wade was fatally shot Friday while pushing her baby in a stroller down a Chicago street.

The 32-year-old mom, Nykea Aldridge, was walking home after registering her children for school when she was caught in the crossfire of a gun fight, a family spokesman said. 127 more words