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Walter Jacobson's Perspective 05/13/18: Lori Lightfoot's bid for mayor

Walter Jacobson gives his perspective on Lori Lightfoot’s launch for the Chicago mayoral bid against Mayor Emanuel, and explains why the mayor does not want to face a person like Lori in this upcoming mayoral election. 20 more words


Walter Jacobson's Perspective 05/06/18: Filthy Schools

Walter Jacobson gives his viewpoint on what he calls the “most laughable announcement of the month”. Walter discusses how filthy schools are being exposed with a lack of Janitors in the schools, and how in some cases, teachers are bringing in their own cleaning supplies. 20 more words


Walter Jacobson's Perspective 04/29/18: Madigan the Chairman

Walter Jacobson talks about the crucial vote of making Mike Madigan Chairman for the 6th time in a row. Walter explains that Madigan knows the voters and can relate to the voters and why this might be the end to Bruce Rauner’s run as the Governor of Illinois. 20 more words

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Walter Jacobson's Perspective 04/22/18: Scott Pruitt

Walter Jacobson discusses how Scott Pruitt is rolling back protections and at the same time stealing money from the government. Is Pruitt lucky to still be the Director of the EPA? 20 more words


Walter Jacobson's Perspective 04/15/18: Using the cold weather to catch up on facts

Walter Jacobson gives his perspective on catching up with the facts and figures with some of the most popular controversies in the news. Examples include guns vs. 25 more words


Walter Jacobson's Perspective 04/08/18: Trying to get a hold of Congress

Since the Washington D.C rally for Gun Control, Walter Jacobson gives his thoughts on why all 256 members of The House of Representatives never read the spending bill. 30 more words


Steve Cochran Full Show 04.04.18: MLK 50

It’s the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. and we talked to Hermene Hartman, Reverend Al Sampson and Walter Jacobson about the political climate at the time and how significant the event still is today.   51 more words

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