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"chicago pullman" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"chicago pullman" Discussed on WGN Radio

"For Labor Day Looking at WGN traffic. We're looking good. No problems to report on the expressways or to always at this hour federal unemployment benefits for millions of out of work. Americans are set to end this week. That could be good news for industries that have struggled to find workers, including the restaurant industry. Armando Sandoval, over owner of the Maze, Mexico Grill and Champagne, says he doesn't want people to lose benefits. But he said to close down some days because he doesn't have enough workers. It's just really hard trying to run a business. Trying to provide a good service and not be able to, uh, to do that, because we relax staff. The $300 a week. Federal pandemic. Unemployment compensation benefit will end for seven million American workers today. Police are looking for suspects in the murder now of a four year old boy who was critically wounded in a shooting in Chicago's Woodlawn neighborhood. On Friday. The boy passed away last night. Michael Moultrie junior was shot when a bullet went through a window of his home as he slept. This weekend, Seven Children have been shot and a group of community activists, including Andrew Holmes, are offering up to $9000 in a reward for anyone with information leading to a conviction in Michael's death. The Taliban have taken control of the Panjshir province north of Kabul, the Afghan capital. The province was the last holdout of anti Taliban forces in the country and the only province the Taliban had not seized during their sweep of the Afghanistan country. Last month, thousands of Taliban fighters overran eight districts of ponder overnight, according to witnesses from the area. And in the West firefighters are starting to get control of the Kaldor wildfire near Lake Tahoe. Evacuation orders have been lifted in the region that allows some residents to return home. Steve Tisch Ara, who is CEO of the Tahoe Chamber of Commerce, says this fire has been devastating. In 48 years of taco. I have not seen anything like this in terms of the layering of multiple crises. On top of one another, and I've never seen the wholesale evacuation of the South Shore. The fire burned more than 215,000 acres near the California Nevada border. It is now 44% contain, and the town's mayor says the economic impact is around $50 million. Celebrations continuing today in Chicago's Pullman neighborhood for the grand opening of its visitor center, supervised by the National Park Service. The visitor's center building, which was the administration building for the Pullman complex, goes back to over 130 years. There is a ribbon cutting ceremony scheduled for later this morning. Superintendent of the park there, Terry gauged as lives were lost during a strike there in 18 94. But the workers actions lead to better days Congress after that strike was resolved. Native federal holiday, which we now call Labor Day. And a suburban museum is honoring a cultural icon. This Labor Day weekend, The staff at the Naper Settlement honored Rosie the Riveter by wearing her signature red bandana. Naper Settlement. Jean Schulz Angel in Naperville. It definitely shows are women showed up in force, and there's there's wonderful stories in this exhibit of some of those women and what they were doing during that time. The answering.

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"chicago pullman" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"chicago pullman" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Distracted driving is maybe the biggest challenge. It's absolutely imperative that your focus remained on the driving task when you're, uh you know when you're driving and leave the phone calls and texts for a later sending or receiving a text takes a driver's eyes off the road for an average of 4.6 seconds. And that's the equivalent of driving blind for the length of a football field. The Taliban say they've taken control of the Panjshir province north of Kabul, the Afghan capital. The province was the last holdout of anti Taliban forces in the country and the only province the Taliban had not seized during the sweep of Afghanistan last month. The body of a Marine from northern Indiana, who was killed in the attack at Kabul's airport will be returned to Indiana next week. He's 22 year old Marine Corps Corporal Humberto Sanchez of Logansport, Indiana. And among the 13 U. S military members killed in the August 26th suicide bombing. The city of Chicago is launching the crisis assistance response in engagement program or care. Deputy Mayor of Public safety John O'Malley tells Chicago's afternoon news. The goal is to get people suffering from a mental crisis help rather than bringing them to jail or to an emergency room. We're embedding professionals clinicians into the 911 center over at the OMC so that there's a call for mental health. They're gonna be able to triage that And then Kind of dispatch the correct people to deal with the situation, he said. Chicago is the largest American city with the program. They're putting third operations in 13 neighborhoods, where they see the most calls for mental health crises. Celebrations are continuing today in Chicago's Pullman neighborhood for the grand opening of its visitor center, supervised by the National Park Service. The South side area was designed in the 18 eighties for railcar Manufacturing, and Superintendent Terry Gage says lives were lost during a strike there in 18 94. But those workers actions lead to better days. This is the reason that we have a National Labor Day designation..

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"chicago pullman" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"chicago pullman" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Get a vaccine, including launching a new portal at vaccines dot guff and a text based service to connect them with vaccination providers. Air Lori Lightfoot today said her goal is to have the city fully reopened by that date as well. The mayor, along with Governor Pritzker announced that the Chicago auto show will return to McCormick Place in July. The auto show will run from July 15th through the 19th and be held both indoors and outdoors. Governor Pritzker says This is a big step forward. With strong public health protocols in place. The Chicago Auto Show will be the first large convention to take place in Illinois since the onset of the covert 19 pandemic, setting the stage for the safe return of big events in the months to come. Those protocols include requiring visitors to wear a mask at all times and have their temperature checked. You also have to fill out a brief medical questionnaire but will not need to show proof of vaccination. May have been fewer people flying in 2020. But the number of complaints sword at United Airlines United Rank is one of the worst performers in complaints among the 10 Major U. S. Airlines, According to the annual airline quality report, compiled by Wichita State University. Complaints rose to nearly 12 for 100,000 passengers in 2020. From one for 100,000 passengers a year earlier. The single largest category for complaints involved refunds, flight problems, delays and cancelations are usually the biggest areas of complaints. Steve Grizz Annex. WGN News Serial STOWAWAY Maryland. Hartman will remain behind bars following her latest arrest. A Cook County judge ruled on Monday that you must stay at the Cook County Jail after her arrested O'Hare last month. She's been arrested over 20 times in airport incidents. Hartman is being held without bond on allegations that she violated her previous probation. And now with community corners brought to you by a waubonsee community College hears any maser built in 18 80, just outside of Chicago. Pullman, Illinois, was the first industrial community in the United States. George Pullman built the South residential portion first, which contained 531 houses, some of which still stand today, a recession forced the company to sell. The talent was annexed by Chicago in 18 89 after saving the neighborhood from demolition. Paul make historic district for entertaining national, state and city landmark status to protect the original buildings. I'm Andy Maser with community corners on 7 20, WGN, W G and sports. Here's Kevin Pal Carl Hendrix went the distance while Clayton Kershaw posted his shortest outing of his career Cubs beating the Dodgers 71 at Wrigley in the first of a doubleheader today, Hendrick seven innings just the one run coming in the final frame. A solo homer. Other than that, he was great six punchouts. Kershaw allowed four first inning runs and that ended his day. Cubs and Daughters meet again tonight at Wrigley. Louise Robert officially placed on the injured list today with a Tauron right hip flexor. He socks center fielder expected to Miss 12 to 16 weeks, his manager Tony LaRussa, ahead of tonight's opener in Cincinnati. Experience in the past, and I like what? I saw the way they responded with the Loy and we play some games already. We're guy. We got a short bull pin or, you know, we had a couple of guys We didn't want to play. Our guys just found a way There is Hope Robert and L. A Jimenez can return by the end of the regular season. Dylan sees gets the start tonight against the Reds after losing 1/5 straight Black Hawks officially out of playoff contention. It'll be Kallen Delia getting his first start net since Game three of the regular season. Chris Putin's pre game is at 5 30 here on W G. N Jonah Troy with the call. At six. That's when the Hawks and Cane's get going. I'm Kevin Powell, WGN sports and now the WGN forecast Decreasing clouds tonight. 43 the low 60 on Wednesday, mostly sunny Thursday..

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"chicago pullman" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:14 min | 1 year ago

"chicago pullman" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"So i think it's very easy for conservatives. And i'm i'll use my conservative audience that i have on facebook. You know you say something about systemic racism or white privilege and the conservatives just nuts their heads explode and act like you're a black lives matter marxist or something and i just keep on trying to tell them it's like no take a step outside and look at this stuff the way it really operates and you can kind of see where the disadvantage community. The black community in particular has a legitimate beef. And here's an idea. If you listen to them and talk to them about it you might just get their vote if you do something about it and that's where we should be in this country and having these discussions genie to extend does the does the discussion of race in the country To what extent should that conversation maybe originate not from the poor black community but maybe from the affluent white community or we'll the african americans not listen to a discussion that begins let's say in suburbia in wheaton illinois. We have school district's here piecing together black lives matter. Black lives matter lives matter videos of various teachers White students would adver basically at the after. George floyd institute in incident essentially making sure that nobody thinks that the racism they stand for. Blm and he had school districts. Put that out. And they got in trouble actually because they put out links also linked to political sites based off. Blm which was wrong. This is the deal you already have. People that are white Essentially sounding alarm making sure that people don't think that they're racist like i said we're sending you can call somebody. And so i they are. They are embracing this already. Be quite honest. And and i think that You know people need to reflect on how they run their business. How they individual lives how they raise their kids. You see individual incidents of racism. I'm sure that that's that does exist. But there was a systemic racism. Get strong around an awful lot. If you give me one more minute let me tell you why Nine west point graduates from the classes of eighteen nineteen seventy-two war. One scholarships postgraduate scholarships to roads and marshall scholarships nine of them wrote a forty page manifesto saying that west point is systemically racist and some of their demands were safe spaces for minority cadets. Ecorse changing the names like lee barracks. I spent three of my four years and then on top of it. Therefore top officials a three star. Who is a black man. He's the head of all west point a one star dean a one-star commoner and a one star brigade tax officer. The requests from these roque graduates with rose three white top of our officers right personal apology statements for the whiteness. And yet these were. These cadets had special they were specially tracked to win these scholarships. I know that because my son was on that track all right. They were given special attention that they say. The west point is to semi racist. That's where it's gotta stop. I mean this is nonsense. If you can't pass the indoor obstacle course guess what you fail if you can't find all your points on the land nath carson the lots of time you don't win you don't fail you fail the egalitarian. Objective grading system. I've ever been apart of now. Mark the president love recently Went after a teaching and the teaching of what he described as anti-american Curriculum in in in colleges and universities and He didn't get into high schools but primarily colleges I know you don't agree that exist but do you understand how a conservative can believe that. Well i i understand that. In critiquing america you can lose sight of the good qualities about america so i understand where might might say. Hey there's a narrative that's being told that sort of obscuring the great things america's accomplish. Would you agree that college. Professors tend to perpetuate that belief. I don't know you know in my experience. There many conservative professors and colleagues that i have and You know some of my favorite professors undergraduate were conservative. A and so. So i do think and people are patriotic. But just because you're critiquing country doesn't mean you're not patriotic. In fact of course you know if those the most vociferously critical of the country are often very patriotic. So i think you know while a particular curriculum that president trump doesn't like the project about slavery from the new york times I think it's an important if we don't talk enough about the legacy of slavery take generational trauma still. I've got an impact of got to interrupt because we're going to a break when we come back. I wanna hear from our libertarians in the studio about maybe some changes in academia rooster my back. It's beyond the at sunday night. Nice with us from coast to coast and border. Born around the world and beyond the beltway dot com. Don't forget that if you ever miss this shell the either no such thing as missing this you because if you had beyond on the beltway dot com or you go to youtube or you go to Facebook live. I mean we're they're we're like You can't get rid of us. I mean what you're listening to right now is new show for this week And again obviously the audio version plays on spotify and all the other Audio devices that are out there to collect and save it forever Let us let all of our guests introduce themselves and we're going to begin with genie. Ives intel everybody who you are. And what's the most important thing in your life. At the moment well sign running for congress allies sixth congressional district and we've got thirty seven days left to get our get our message out so that's really important. I'm a west point graduate a military mom and a mother of five it also. I should say for those listening around the country If genie ives did get elected she would probably become one of the Quickly i think she become one of the more well known members of the house of representatives. Because she's very articulate for her conservative cause and we should mention that we have invited your democratic opponent. Sean casten to be a guest on this program. We've left several messages for him personally and also through the campaign and we would hopefully give him the opportunity as we've given you To share your thoughts and opinions with our audience. Marcus fellow till everybody a little bit about your background. Sure i'm markus. On the director of english and media communications a calcium at college of saint joseph. In whiting. Indiana and i'm also involved in historic preservation and chicago's pullman national monument and eric in student with us along with hosts sources with knowledge on newstalk five. Sixty the air's saturday mornings at eight. Am and then again. Sunday three pm. You can search sources with knowledge in any place. You go to find fine podcasts. And my day job. I am the director of communications. For the acton institute for the study of religion and liberty bruno baron my name is bruno paradigm with the heartland stood on the senior fellow on education issues focusing primarily on education reform. And when i'm not doing something on education reform actually flipping houses for jesus through my church where we're trying to flip a town from mostly rental to mostly ownership and bring back a Sense of a social network flip town for jesus. That sounds like hgtv it should. But i don't know if hdtv go go for that i.

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"chicago pullman" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:47 min | 1 year ago

"chicago pullman" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"But do you understand how a conservative can believe that. Well i i understand that. In critiquing america you can lose sight of the good qualities about america. So i understand where conservatives might might say. Hey there's a narrative that's being told that sort of obscuring. The great things. America has accomplish. Would you agree that college. Professors tend to perpetuate that belief. I don't know in my experience. There are many conservative professors and colleagues. That i have and You know some of my favorite professors undergraduate were conservative. And so so. I do think and people are patriotic. But just because you're critiquing country doesn't mean you're not patriotic. In fact of course you know if those the most vociferously pay a critical of the country are often very patriotic. So i think you know while a particular curriculum that president trump doesn't like the project about slavery from the new york times. I think it's an important but we don't talk enough about the legacy of slavery generational trauma. I have still. I've got interrupting an impact. I've got to interrupt because we're going to break when we come back. I wanna hear from our libertarians in the studio about maybe some changes in academia brewster. My back it's beyond the bell at sunday night. Nice debbie with us from coast to coast and border to border around. The world beyond the beltway dot com. Don't forget that If you ever miss this shell the either. No such thing as missing this. Y'all because if you beyond the beltway dot com or you go to youtube or you go to facebook live. I mean we're there we're like You can't get rid of us. I mean what you're listening to right now is the new show for this week and again obviously the audio version plays on spotify and all the other audio devices that are out there to collect it and save it forever Let us let all of our guests introduce themselves and we're going to begin with. Genie is genie. And tell everybody who you are. And what's the most important thing in your life at the moment i'm running for congress in illinois six congressional district and we've got thirty seven days left to get our get our message out so that's really important. I'm a graduate military mom and a mother of five and also i should say for those listening around the country If genie ives did get elected she would probably become one of the Quickly i think she would become one of the more well known members of the house of representatives because she's very articulate for her conservative cause and we should mention that we have invited your democratic opponent. Sean casten to be a guest on this program. We've left several messages for him personally and also through the campaign and we would hopefully give them. The opportunity is we've given you To share your thoughts and opinions with our audience. Mark castillo till everybody a little bit about your background. Sure i'm mark acela. On the director of english and media communications at college of saint joseph in whiting indiana and i'm also involved in historic preservation and chicago's pullman national monument and eric own in studio with us along with joe kaiser i host sources with knowledge on newstalk. Five sixty the answer airs saturday mornings at eight. Am and then again. Sunday three pm. You can search sources with knowledge on any place. You go to find fine podcasts. And my day job. I am the director of communications. For the acton institute for the study of religion and liberty bruno baron my name is bruno paradigm With the heartlands to i'm senior fellow on education issues focusing primarily on education reform when. I'm not doing something on. Education reform actually flipping houses for jesus through my church where we're trying to flip a town from mostly rental to mostly ownership in bringing back a Sense of a social network flip town for jesus. That sounds like hgtv should but you know. I don't know if atv golden gopher that let's go to calls bonnie in crown point indiana his calling us She's a regular listener to this program and bonnie what words of wisdom do you have for our panel this evening. Well i'm i'm a little confused. I heard the famous the phrase to stomach racism and institutional racism. And i'm i think they're kind of the same So when you talk about schools for example I think that when you have failing public schools You know the republicans the conservatives talk about giving school choice and getting kids out of crappy failing public schools that are you know local school but you know there's also that thing that support from home My mother is a many many year retired state public school teacher. She taught in oak park river forest and She she remembers having an american students. Who had you know. Their mothers worked very hard to move over. The border into parks of their kids could attend the oak park school. And she would remember that you know a kid would be working really hard. And then one of his classmates would say. Hey you're acting white. You know so part of that cultural part of that has to do with you. Know a lack of support from home part of that has to do with failing public schools. Which you know. The democrats are all about public schools And and so. So there's that and then if you talk about the institutional racism i mean what institutions do we have. We got hollywood. That's you know liberal democrat. You've got sports. Best liberal democrat. You've got the media. That's liberal democrat so exactly if if all the institutions that are liberal democrat well there. There's your institutional racism right there. No mark castillo. Speak to bonnie's point and how with how with all of those institutions that bonnie has identified as liberal democrat. How can they possibly have a conversation about race if they wanted to be a monologue. Not a dialogue well so ambani's calling from crown point indiana and people around the nation. Who aren't familiar with the area. That's a good example of what bruno was speaking to about the disproportionate funding of education crown. Point indiana's just down the road from gary indiana and the property tax base of gary had been depleted as as businesses and economic activity and residents fled from gary as it became predominantly african american and as the steel mills closed down and lake county southern lake county Dot resources that. Gary indiana to this day doesn't have and so there's an example where that would be what i would consider systemic racism through the property tax based funding of education. In that county. I would disagree that the media wholeheartedly is our whole cloth is liberal I certainly Grew up listening to bruce and And other moderate pundits and conservative pundits on the radio a rush limbaugh's men broadcasting very successfully probably one of the most successful broadcasters for decades so i don't think we can cast with a broad brush and is hollywood certainly is an ivory tower.

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"chicago pullman" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

06:33 min | 1 year ago

"chicago pullman" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Hear from our libertarians in the studio about maybe some changes in academia brewster. My back it's beyond bill away at sunday night. Nice debbie with from coast to coast and border born around the world and beyond the beltway dot com. Don't forget that if you ever miss this show the either no such thing as missing this show because if you had to beyond the beltway dot com or you go to youtube or you go to Facebook live. I mean we're they're we're like You can't get rid of us. I mean what you're listening to right now is the new show for this week And again obviously the audio version plays on spotify and all the other Audio devices that are out there to collect it and save it forever Let us let all of our guests introduce themselves. And we're going to begin with genie. A genie tell everybody who you are. And what's the most important thing in your life at the moment well time running for congress in l. my sixth congressional district and we've got thirty seven days left to get our get our message out so that's really important. I'm a west point graduate a military mom and a mother of five it. Also i should say for those listening around the country If genie is get elected she would probably become one of the Quickly i think she would become one of the more well-known members of the house of representatives. Because she's very articulate for her conservative cause and we should mention that we have invited your democratic opponent. Sean casten to be a guest on this program. We've left several messages for him personally and also through the campaign and we would hopefully give him. The opportunity is we've given you To share your thoughts and opinions with our audience. Marcus fellow till everybody a little bit about your background. Sure i'm mark casella on the director of english and media communications kalua of saint joseph's in whiting indiana and i'm also involved in historic preservation and chicago's pullman national monument and eric in studio with us along with the kezer i host sources with knowledge on newstalk. Five sixty the answer. Airs saturday mornings at eight. Am and then again sunday at three pm. You can search sources with knowledge on any place. You go to find fine podcasts. And my day job. I am the director of communications. For the acton institute for the study of religion and liberty bruno baron name is bernard paradigm with the heartland stood. I'm the senior fellow on education issues focusing primarily on education reform. And when i'm not doing something on education reform actually flipping houses for jesus through my church where we're trying to flip a town from mostly rental to mostly ownership in bring back a Sense of a social network. Flip down for jesus. That sounds like hgtv it should. But i don't know if hdtv gopher that Let's go to calls bonnie in crown point. Indiana is calling us. She's a regular listener to this program and bonnie what words of wisdom do you have for our panel this evening. Well i'm i'm a little confused. I heard the phase the phrase stomach racism and institutional racism. And i think they're kinda the same So when you talk about schools for example I think that when you have failing public school You know the republicans the conservatives talk about giving school choice and getting kids out of crappy failing public schools that are you know local school but you know there's also that thing that support from home My mother is a many many year retired state public school teacher. She taught in oak park river forest and She she remembers having african american students. Who would you know. Their mothers worked very hard to move over. The border into oak park spent their kids could attend the oak park school. And she would remember that you know kid would be working really hard. And then one of his classmates would say. Hey you're acting white you know so. Part of that. Cultural part of that has to do with a lack of support from home part of that has to do with failing public schools. Which you know. The democrats are all about public school And so you know. So there's that and then if you talk about the institutional racism i mean what institutions do we have. We got hollywood that you know liberal democrat. You've got ford. That's liberal democrat. You've got some media that's liberal democrat so exactly if if all the institutions are liberal democrat. Well there there's your institutional racism right there are no mark casello. Speak to bonnie's point and how how with all of those institutions that bonnie has identified as liberal democrat. How can they possibly have a conversation about race if they wanted to be a monologue not a dialogue. Well so i am. Bonnie's calling from crown point indiana. Yes and people around the nation who aren't familiar with the area. That's a good example of what bruno was speaking about the disproportionate funding of education crown. Point indiana just down. The road from gary indiana and the property tax base of gary had been depleted as as businesses and economic activity and residents fled from gary as it became predominantly african american and as the steel mills closed down and lake county southern lake county Got resources that. Gary indiana to this day doesn't have and so there's an example where that would be what i would consider systemic racism through the property tax based funding of education. In that county. I would disagree that the media wholeheartedly is or whole cloth is is liberal I certainly Grew up listening to bruce and And other moderate pundits and conservative pundits on the radio rush limbaugh broadcasting very successfully probably one of the most successful broadcaster for decades. So i don't think we can cast with a broad brush and is hollywood. certainly You know is in an ivory tower of its own.

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"chicago pullman" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:13 min | 1 year ago

"chicago pullman" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Nine west point graduates from the classes of eighteen in one thousand nine hundred. Seventy two wore one. Scholarships postgraduate scholarships to roads and marshall scholarships nine of them wrote a forty page manifesto saying that west point is hysterically racist and some other demands. Were safe spaces for minority cadets. Of course changing the names like barracks. Were i spent three of my four years and then on top of it. Therefore top officials three star. Who's a black man. He's ahead of all of west point. A one star dean a one star commoner and a one star brigade tax coughs sir. The one of the requests from these roque graduates with a thorough. Three white top of our officers. Right personal apology statements for the whiteness. And yet these for these. Cadets had special they were specially tracked to win these scholarships. I know that because my son was on that track all right. They were given special attention yet. They say there west point That's where it's gotta stop. I mean this is nonsense. You can't pass the indoor obstacle course guess what you fail it. You can't find all your points on the land now. Of course in the of time you don't win you don't you fail. Egalitarian objective grading system. I've ever been a part of now. Mark the president recently went after teaching the teaching of what he described as anti-american Curriculum in in in colleges and universities and He didn't get into high schools but primarily colleges I i know you don't agree that exists but do you understand how conservative can believe that. Well i i understand that. In critiquing america you can lose sight of the good qualities about america. So i understand where conservatives might might say. Hey there's a narrative that's being told that sort of obscuring. The great things. America has accomplished with the college. Professors tend to perpetuate that belief. I i in my experience there. There are many conservative professors and colleagues. That i have and You know some of my favorite professors as undergraduate were conservative. And so so. I do think people are patriotic. But just because you're critiquing a country doesn't mean you're not patriotic fact. Of course you know if those the most vociferously critical of the country are often very patriotic. So i think you know while a particular curriculum that president trump doesn't like the project about slavery from new york times. I think it's important that we don't talk enough about the legacy of slavery. This is a multi generational trauma a half instill in an impact. I've got to interrupt because we're going to break when we come back. I want to hear from our libertarians in the studio about maybe some changes in academia back. It's beyond the bell laid sunday night. Nice w with us from coast to coast and border born around the world and beyond the beltway dot com. Don't forget that If you ever miss this shell the. There's no such thing as missing this y'all because to be on the beltway dot com or you go to youtube or you go to facebook live. I mean we're there. We're like You can't get rid of us. I mean what you're listening to right now is the new show for this week And again obviously the audio version Plays on spotify and all the other audio devices that are out there to collect and say but forever Let us let. All of our guests introduced themselves. We're going to begin with. Genie is the genie. And tell everybody who you are and What's the most important thing in your life at the moment without sign running for congress in illinois six congressional district and we've got thirty seven days left to get our get our message out so that's really important. I'm a graduate a military mom and a mother of five and also i should say for those listening around the country If genie i did get elected she would probably become one of the Quickly i think she would become one of the more well known members of the house of representatives because she's very articulate for her conservative cause and we should mention that we have invited your democratic opponent. Sean casten to be a guest on this program. We've left several messages for him personally and also through the campaign and we would hopefully Give him the opportunity is given you To share your thoughts and opinions with our audience. Mark castillo till everybody a little bit about your background. Sure marcus l. On the director of english and media communications calcium at college of saint. Joseph in whiting indiana. And i'm also involved in historic preservation. And chicago's pullman national monument and eric kohn in student with us along with is hosts sources with knowledge on newstalk. Five sixty the answer. Airs saturday mornings at eight. Am and then again sunday at three pm. You can search sources with knowledge on any place. You go to find fine podcasts. And my day job. I am the director of communications for the act institute. For the study of religion and liberty bruno barrack. My name is bruno paradigm with the heartland institute. I'm the senior fellow on education issues focusing primarily on education reform. And when i'm not doing something on education reform actually flipping houses for jesus through my church where we're trying to flip a town from mostly rental to mostly ownership and bring back a sense of a social network flipper town for jesus that sounds like hgtv it should but you know i don't know if hdtv go go for that Let's go to calls bonnie in crown. Point indiana is calling us. She's a regular listener to this program. Bonnie what words of wisdom. Do you have for our panel this evening. Well i'm i'm a little confused. I heard the face the phrase to stomach racism and institutional racism. And i'm i think they're kind of the same So when you talk about schools for example I think that when you have failing public schools The republicans the conservatives talk about giving school choice and getting out of crappy failing public schools that are you know local school but there's also that thing that support from home My mother is a many many year retired State public schoolteacher. She taught an oak park river forest and She she remembers having african american students. Who had you know. Their mothers worked very hard to move over the border into oak park. Their kids could attend the oak park school and she would remember that you know a kid would be working really hard. And then one of.

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"chicago pullman" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:08 min | 1 year ago

"chicago pullman" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Brewster. My back gets beyond the beltway at Sunday night nice. Debbie with us from coast to coast and border born around the world and beyond the Beltway Dot Com. Don't forget that If you ever miss this shell the there are no such thing as missing this y'all because if you're going to be on the beltway dot com or you go to youtube or you go to facebook live, I mean we're they're we're like you can't get rid of us I, mean. What you're listening to right now is the new show for this week and again, obviously the audio version plays on spotify and to all the other. Audio devices that are out there to collect and save forever Let's let all of our guests introduce themselves and we're going to begin with the genie is genie and tell everybody who you are and. What's the most important thing in your life at the moment? Well, sign running for Congress in Illinois six Congressional district, and we've got thirty seven days left to get our. Get our message out. So that's really important. I'm a West Point graduate, a military mom and a mother of five. And also, I should say for those listening around the country If Genie did get elected, she would probably become one of the quickly I think she would become one of the more well-known members of the House of Representatives because she's very articulate for her conservative 'cause we should mention that we have invited your democratic opponent Sean casten to be a guest on this program we've left several messages for him personally, and also through the campaign, and we would hopefully give him the opportunity is we've given you to share your thoughts and opinions with our audience mark Castillo till everybody a little bit about your background. Sure Markelle Selah on the director of English and media communications at. College of Saint Joseph in Whiting Indiana, and I'm also involved in historic preservation and Chicago's Pullman National Monument. And Eric Cohen in studio with us, along with the joke is our host sources with knowledge on newstalk five sixty the answer airs Saturday Mornings at eight am, and then again, Sunday at three pm you can search sources with knowledge in any place you go to find find podcasts and my job I am the director of Communications for the Active Institute for the Study of Religion and Liberty Bruno Baron my name is Bruno Paradigm with. The heartland institute I'm the senior fellow on education issues focusing primarily on education reform, and when I'm not doing something on education reform I'm actually flipping houses for Jesus, through my church where we're trying to flip a town from mostly rental to mostly ownership in bring back a sense of social network flip town for Jesus that sounds like a and hgtv it should. But you know I don't know if HDTV go go for that you wgn. Let's go to calls Bonnie in crown. Point Indiana is calling us. She's a regular listener to this program Bonnie. What words of wisdom do you have for our panel this evening? Well I'm a little confused. I heard the phase, the phrase to stomach racism and institutional racism and I'm I think they're kind of the same So when you talk about schools, for example I, think that when you have failing public schools. you know the Republicans the Conservatives. Talk about giving school choice and getting kids out of crappy failing public schools that are you know local school but you know there's also that thing that support from home My mother is a many many year retired state public school teacher. She taught in Oak Park River forest and she she remembers having African American students who had their mothers worked very hard to move over the border into oak park since their kids could attend the Oak. Park. School. And she would remember that you know a kid would be working really hard and then one of his classmates would say, Hey, you're acting white. You know. So part of that cultural. Part of that has to you know a lack of support from home parted has to do with failing public schools which you know the Democrats are all about public schools and and so you know. So there's that and then if you talk about the institutional racism I mean what institutions do we have we got Hollywood. that. You Know Liberal Democrat, you've got. Sports that's Liberal Democrat. You got the media that's Liberal Democrat. So exactly. If. If all the institutions are Liberal Democrat well there there's your institutional racism right there. No Marcus Melo. Speak to Bonnie's point and. How with how with all of those institutions that Bonnie has identified as Liberal Democrat? How can they possibly have a conversation about race if they wanted to be a monologue not a dialogue. Well, so I am Bonnie's calling from Crown, point Indiana and people around the nation who aren't familiar with the area. That's a good example of what Bruno speaking to about the disproportionate funding of education. I'm Crown Point Indiana just down the road from Gary Indiana and. The property tax pace of Gary had been depleted as businesses and economic activity residents fled from Gary, as it became predominantly African American and as the steel mills closed down and lake. County Southern Lake County DOT resources that Gary Indiana to this day doesn't have, and so there's an example where that would be what I would consider systemic racism through the property tax based funding of education that county I would disagree that the media wholeheartedly is or whole cloth is liberal I. Certainly grew up listening to Bruce and and other moderate pundits and conservative pundits on the radio Rush Limbaugh Zeman, broadcasting, very successfully probably one of the most successful broadcasters for decades so. I don't think we can cast with a broad brush and. Hollywood. Certainly you know is in an ivory tower of its own in the same way that academia but. The if media thank you very much for your comment but if media wanted to lead such a discussion and and and they wanNA keep off the table, they wanNA keep up keep off some of the cultural things that Bonnie reference they they don't WanNa bring those things up because some African Americans might be offended by part of the conversation. They may not want to acknowledge a portion of the things that Bonnie is referenced and so their voices is not heard how real is that conversation? Well I would say, let the African American community lead that conversation. You know. So often it comes from a a reporter who's outside the community who's outside coming in and speaking to these issues. But let's let's have a conversation. Let's let the African American community lead a discussion which they've been trying to do but so often gets reduced to soundbites and. Conflict and. heartbreak. But I think you know the African American people I know they're just simply call it the struggle This is the struggle. What's his act of their life is in part of them discussion I wanna I, WANNA ask Jeannie. But this point bring her in the conversation. That's why get back to you know what? What suburban input is there in that I'm in another part of the diversity that that I would like to see is it's just in recent years that there's a there's a diversity of thought. Articulated in the media by African Americans amuse you see a number of conservative Republican African Americans that appear on on on television. Most of them are on Fox there's no question about it, but at least they're there. You never you never you would never hear those conversations.

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"chicago pullman" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:08 min | 1 year ago

"chicago pullman" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"In Chicago's pullman national. Monument. And Eric Own in studio with US along with the joke is our Ho- Sources with knowledge on newstalk five sixty answer airs Saturday Mornings at eight am, and then again, Sunday at three pm you can search sources with knowledge on. You go to fine podcasts and my day job I am the director of Communications for the ACTON Institute for the Study of Religion and Liberty Bruno Baron. My name is Bruno. Barron. With the heartland institute. I'm the senior fellow on education issues focusing primarily on education reform and when I'm not doing something on education reform actually flipping houses for Jesus through my church where we're trying to flip a town from mostly rental to mostly ownership in bring back a sense of social network flipper town for Jesus. That sounds like. HGTV. Should but. HDTV go for that. Let's go to calls Bonnie Crown Point Indiana. Is calling us. She's a regular listener to this program and Bonnie. What words of wisdom do you have for our panel this evening? Well I'm I'm a little confused I. Heard the famous the phrase to stomach racism and institutional racism and I'm I think they're kind of the same. So when you talk about schools, for example. I think when you have failing public school. you know the Republicans, the Conservatives talk about giving school choice in getting kids out of crappy failing public schools that are you know local school but you know there's also that thing that support from home. My mother is a many many year retired state public school teacher she taught in Oak Park, river forest, and she she remembers having African American students. who had you know their mothers worked very hard to move over the border into Oak Park. Their kids could send the Oak Park School and she would remember that you know a kid would be working really hard and then one of his classmates would say, Hey, you're acting white. You know. So part of that cultural part of that has to do with a lack of support from home part of that has to do with failing public schools, which you know the Democrats are all about public schools and and so you know. So there's that and then if you talk about the institutional racism, I mean, what institutions do we have? We got Hollywood. Liberal. Democrat, you've got. Sports that's Liberal Democrat. Got The media. That's liberal. Democrat. So exactly If, if all the institutions are liberal, Democrat well, there there's your institutional racism right there. No Marcus Melo. Speak to Bonnie's point and. How how with all of those institutions that Bonnie has identified as liberal, Democrat, how can they possibly have a conversation about race if they wanted to be a monologue not a dialogue So I am Bonnie's calling from Crown Point Indiana us and people around the nation who aren't familiar with the area. That's a good example of what Bruno was speaking to about the disproportionate funding of education. Crown Point. Indiana's just down the road from Gary Indiana and. The property tax base of had been depleted. Businesses and economic activity in residents fled from Gary as it became predominantly African. American and as the steel mills closed down and Lake County Southern Lake. County. DOT resources that Gary Indiana to this day doesn't have, and so there's an example where that would be what I would consider systemic racism through the property tax based funding of education. In that county, I would disagree that the media wholeheartedly is or whole cloth is is liberal. I certainly grew up listening to Bruce and and other moderate pundits and conservative pundits on the radio Rush. Limbaugh Zeman Broadcasting Very successfully probably one of the most successful broadcasters for decades some. I don't think we can cast with a broad brush and is Hollywood. Certainly you know is in an ivory tower of its own in the same way that academia but. If media thank you very much for your comment. But if if media want to lead such a discussion and they wanNA keep off the table, they wanNA keep up keep off some of the cultural things that Bonnie reference they. They don't WanNa bring things up because of some African Americans might be offended by part of the conversation they may not want to acknowledge a portion of the things that Bonnie is referenced and so their voices. Heard how real is that conversation? Well I would say let the African American community lead that conversation you know. So often it comes from a a reporter who's outside the community who's outside coming in and speaking to these issues but let's let's have a conversation. Let's let the African American community lead a discussion they've been trying to do but so often it gets reduced to soundbites and Conflict and. heartbreak but I think you know the African American people I know they're just simply call it the struggle. This is the struggle. What's his act of their life isn't part of them discussion I, want I want to ask Jeannie but this point bring her into conversation. That's why get back to you know what? What suburban input there in that I'm in another part of the diversity that that I would like to see is it's just in recent years that there's a there's a diversity of thought articulated in the media by African Americans you see a number of conservative Republican african-americans that that appear on on television. Most of them are on Fox there's no question about it, but at least they're there. You never you never you would never hear those conversations on any of the big three networks ever. Genie your your your thought on that. No you're absolutely right and I know you've had a good friend of mine who is actually helping my campaign Stephanie's Trussell. She's a a great conservative black voice in the Chicago media market. Really usually on a in five sixty or something like that she does not get any. She doesn't get the plum spots to come in and represent the the black view, the black conservative view on any of the big network stations. So it is interesting but I tell you what I think this this this election is gonNA. Be Really interesting to see where the black vote goes because I. Think I've seen a whole lot of people walking away from the Democrat Party many of them are black. Americans who have had enough and they've they've seen what's happened to Chicago. Particularly.

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"chicago pullman" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:07 min | 2 years ago

"chicago pullman" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Brewster my back. It's beyond the way at Sunday night. Nice with us from coast to coast and border born around the world beyond the Beltway Dot Com don't forget that If you ever miss this, show the you. There's no such thing as missing this show because if you had to to be on the beltway dot com or you go to youtube where you go to facebook live I. Mean we're they're we're like you can't get rid of us. I mean What you're listening to right now is the new show for this week and again, obviously the audio version plays on spotify and all the other audio devices that are out there to collect and save it forever Let us let all of our guests introduced themselves and we're going to begin with a genie. A genie tell everybody who you are and What's the most important thing in your life at the moment Well time running for Congress in Illinois six Congressional district, and we've got thirty seven days left to get our get our message out. So that's really important. I'm a West Point graduate, a military mom and a mother of five. It also I should say for those listening around the country If Genie I did get elected, she would probably become one of the quickly I think she would become one of the more well-known members of the House of Representatives because she's very articulate for her conservative cause, and we should mention that we have invited your democratic opponent Sean Astin to be a guest on this program, we've left several messages for him personally, and also through the campaign, and we would hopefully give him. The opportunity is we've given you to share your thoughts and opinions with our audience Marcus Melo till everybody a little bit about your background. Sure. On the director of English and media communications a calcium. Of Saint Joseph's in Whiting Indiana, and I'm also involved in historic preservation in Chicago's Pullman National Monument. And Eric in studio with US along with Joe Kaiser, I host sources with knowledge on newstalk five sixty. The answer airs Saturday Mornings at eight am, and then again, Sunday at three PM, you can search sources with knowledge in any place you go to find fine podcasts and my day job I am the Director of Communications for the Act Institute for the Study of Religion and Liberty Bruno Baron. My Name is Bruno Paradigm with the Heartland Institute. I'm the senior fellow on. Issues focusing primarily on education reform and when I'm not doing something on education reform actually flipping houses for Jesus through my church where we're trying to flip a town from mostly rental to mostly ownership in bring back a sense of a social network flip a town. For Jesus that sounds like. HGTV it should. But you know, I don't know if HDTV gopher that. List. Let's go to calls Bonnie in Crown Point Indiana is calling us. She's a regular listener to this program and Bonnie what words of wisdom do you have for our panel this evening? While I'm I'm a little confused I heard the phase, the phrase to stomach racism and institutional racism and I think they're kind of the same So when you talk about school spur example. I think that when you have failing public school. you know the Republicans, the Conservatives talk about giving school choice and getting kids out of crappy failing public schools that are you know local school but you know also that thing support from home my mother is a many many year retired state public school teacher. She taught in Oak Park River forest and she she remembers having African American students who would you know their mothers worked very hard to move over the border into Oak, Park. So their kids could attend the Oak Park School and she would remember that you know a kid would be working really hard and then one of his classmates would say, Hey, you're acting white. You know. So part of this cultural. Part of that has to do with a lack of support from home part of that has to do with failing public schools, which you know the Democrats are all about public school. and so you know. So there's that and then if you talk about the institutional racism, I mean what institutions do we have we got Hollywood. That you know. Liberal Democrat, you've got. Sports that's Liberal Democrat. You've got the media. That's Liberal Democrat so exactly. If. If all the institutions are Liberal Democrat well there there's your institutional racism right there. No Marcus Melo. Speak to Bonnie's point and How how with all of those institutions that Bonnie has identified as Liberal Democrat how can they possibly have a conversation about race if they wanted to be a monologue not a dialogue. Well. So I am Bonnie's calling from Crown Point Indiana. Yes and people around the nation who aren't familiar with the area. That's a good example of what Bruno was speaking about the disproportionate funding of education. Crown Point Indiana just down the road from Gary Indiana and. The property tax base of Gary had been depleted as as businesses and economic activity and residents fled from Gary as it became predominantly African American and as the steel mills closed down and Lake County Southern Lake County got resources that Gary Indiana to this day doesn't have, and so there's an example where that would be what I would consider systemic racism through the property tax based funding of education. In that county, I would disagree that the media wholeheartedly is or whole cloth is is liberal. I certainly grew up listening to Bruce and and other moderate pundits and conservative pundits on the radio rush limbaugh broadcasting very successfully probably one of the most successful broadcasters for decades so. I don't think we can cast with a broad brush and. Hollywood certainly you know is in an ivory tower of its own in the same way that academia but. If media thank you very much for your comment. But if media wanted to lead such a discussion and and and they want to keep off the table, they wanna key fob keep off some of the cultural things that Bonnie reference they. They don't want to bring those things up because some African Americans might be offended by part of the conversation. They may not want to acknowledge a portion of the things that Bonnie is referenced and so their voices is not heard how real is that conversation? Well, I would say, let the African American community lead that conversation. So often it comes from a a reporter who's outside the community who's outside coming in and speaking to these issues. But let's let's have a conversation. Let's let the African American community lead a discussion which they've been trying to do. But so often it gets reduced to soundbites and. Conflict and heartbreak I. Think you know the African American people? I. Know they're just simply call it the struggle This is the struggle. His Act of their life isn't part of discussion I wanNA I wanNA. Ask Jeannie about this point bring the conversation. That's why get back to you know what suburban input is there in that I'm in another part of the diversity that that I would like to see is you know it's just in recent years at there's a there's a diversity of thought articulated in the media by African Americans amuse you see a number of conservative Republican African Americans that appear on on on television most of them are on Fox there's no question about it, but at least they're there. You, never you never you would never hear those.

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"chicago pullman" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:25 min | 2 years ago

"chicago pullman" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"WanNa hear from our Libertarians in the studio about maybe some changes. In academia. Brewster my back. It's beyond the beltway at Sunday night nice. Debbie. With us from coast to coast and border born around the world beyond the Beltway Dot Com don't forget that If you ever miss this show the there's no such thing as missing this because beyond the beltway dot com or you go to youtube or you go to facebook live I mean we're they're we're like you can't get rid of US I mean. What you're listening to right now is the new show for this week and again, obviously the audio version plays on spotify and all the other audio devices that are out there to collect and save it forever Let's let all of our guests introduce themselves and we're going to begin with a genie ives genie tell everybody who you are and. What's the most important thing in your life at the moment? Well, sign running for Congress and. Congressional district and we've got thirty seven days left to get our. Get our message out. So that's really important. I'm a West Point graduate, a military mom and a mother of five. And also I should say for those listening around the country. If Genie did get elected. She would probably become one of the quickly. I. Think she would become one of the more well known members of the House of Representatives because she's very articulate for her conservative cause and we should mention that we have invited your democratic opponent Sean casten to be a guest on this program we've left several messages for him personally, and also through the campaign, and we would hopefully give him the opportunity. As we've given, you to your thoughts and opinions with our audience mark Castillo till everybody a little bit about your background. Sure. I'm Casella on the director of English in media communications at the College of Saint Joseph in Whiting Indiana. And I'm also involved in historic preservation and Chicago's Pullman National Monument. And Eric Own in studio with US along with the joke Eiser I, Ho- Sources with knowledge on newstalk five sixty the answer airs Saturday Mornings at eight am and then again Sunday at three pm you can search sources with knowledge on any place you go to find fine podcasts and my day job I am the director of Communications for the ACTON Institute for the Study of religion and Liberty Bruno Barron my name is Bruno Paradigm with the heartlands to them, the senior fellow -cation issues focusing primarily on education reform and when I'm not doing something on education reform actually flipping houses for Jesus through my church where we're trying to flip a town from mostly rental to mostly ownership in bring back a sense of a social network flip town for Jesus that sounds like an hgtv it should. But you know I don't know if HDTV gopher that took WTI. Let's go to calls Bonnie in Crown Point Indiana is calling us she's a regular listener to this program Bonnie. What words of wisdom do you have for our panel this evening? Well, I'm a little confused I heard the phase phrase to stomach racism and institutional racism and. I. Think they're kind of the same So when you talk about schools, for example, I think that when you have failing public schools. you know the Republicans, the Conservatives talk about giving school choice and getting kids out of crappy failing public schools that are you know local school but you know there's also that thing that support from home My mother is a many many year retired. State Public School teacher she taught in Oak Park River forest and she. She remembers having African American students who had their mothers worked very hard to move over the border into Oak Park. Their kids could attend the Oak Park School and she would remember that you know a kid would be working really hard and then one of his classmates would say, Hey, you're acting white. You know. So part of that's cultural. Part of that has to do with you know lack of support from home part of it has to do with failing public schools which you know the Democrats. Are All about public schools and so you know. So there's that and then if you talk about the institutional racism I mean what institutions do we have we got Hollywood. That you know Liberal Democrat you've got. Four that's Liberal Democrat got the media. That's liberal. Democrat. So exactly. If all the institutions are Liberal Democrat well, there's your institutional racism right there. No Marcus speak to. Point and how with how with all of those institutions that Bonnie has identified as Liberal Democrat how can they possibly have a conversation about race if they wanted to be a monologue dialogue? Well. So AMBANI's calling from Crown Point, Indiana and people around the nation who aren't familiar with the area. That's a good example of what was speaking about the disproportionate funding of education. I'm Crown Point, Indiana just down the road from Gary Indiana and a the property tax base of Gary had been depleted as businesses and economic activity residents fled from Gary as it became predominantly African American and as the steel mills closed down and Lake County southern. Lake. County dot. Resources that Gary Indiana to this day doesn't have, and so there's an example where that would be what I consider systemic racism through the property tax based funding of education. In that county, I would disagree that the media wholeheartedly is or whole cloth is liberal I certainly grew up listening to Bruce and and other moderate pundits and conservative pundits on the radio Rush Limbaugh Zeman Broadcasting Very successfully probably one of the most successful broadcasters for decades so. I don't think we can cast with a broad brush. Is Hollywood certainly you know is in an ivory tower of its own in the same way that academia but. If media thank you very much for your comment but if media wanted to lead such discussion and and and they wanNA keep off the table they wanNA keep up keep off some of the cultural things that Bonnie reference they. They don't want to bring those things up because Some African Americans might be offended by part of the conversation. They may not want to acknowledge a portion of the things that Bonnie is referenced and so Their voices is not heard how real is that conversation? Well I would say, let the African American community lead that conversation. You know. So often it comes from a a reporter who's outside the community who outside coming in and speaking to these issues. But let's let's have a conversation. Let's let the African American community lead a discussion which they've been trying to do. But so often it gets reduced to soundbites and conflict and heartbreak but I I think you know the African American people I know, they're just simply call it the struggle This is the struggle. What's his act of their life is in of discussion i. Want, I want to ask Jeannie but this point bring her in the conversation. That's why get back to you know what? What suburban input is there in that I'm in another part of the diversity that that I would like to see is it's just in recent years that there's a there's a diversity of thought articulated in the media by African. Americans, amuse you see a number of conservative Republican African Americans that that appear on on on television most of them are on Fox there's no question about it but at least they're there You never you never, you would never hear those conversations on any of the big three networks ever..

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"chicago pullman" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"chicago pullman" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Good through 15 21 79 Cents tax where applicable. Let's let us 7 11 stores see 7 11 after full terms Well, so long for now for Navy Pier it had been the top tourist attraction in Illinois, but it is shutting down at the close of business today. Because of how badly the pandemic has hurt business. This woman telling ABC seven she wanted to pay one final visit to the pier over the weekend. I decided I'm going. Come on, I'm gonna wear my mask. I'm gonna make everyone else comfortable, But I'm gonna make sure to go and have some fun. Navy Pier has only done about 15 to 20% of its normal business all through the summer. We still don't know exactly when it could reopen. Ah Labor Day ceremony at the Pullman National Monument marks another step in turning what was once a sprawling factory site on Chicago's south side into a tourist attraction, Illinois and local officials gathering today. To draw attention to the work being done at the site where the Pullman passenger railroad cars were built President Barack Obama designating the Pullman historic district as a national monument five years ago at a Labor Day press briefing at the White House today, President Trump saying today's a good day to talk about how the United States is being ripped off by other countries, he says nobody even comes close to China. Then he takes a shot at his presidential opponent, Joe Biden, saying Mr Biden cheered China's rise as a great power because great powers adhere to international norms in the areas of nonproliferation, human rights and trade. But Mr Trump says they didn't stupid people. Stupid people buy items a stupid person. You know that right? You know that. He says. If Joe Biden is our next president, China will be.

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"chicago pullman" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:11 min | 3 years ago

"chicago pullman" Discussed on WGN Radio

"And then I would then send the letter asking for permission to use something that I. yeah I might have already might of use may be might possibly possibly so I worked in a record store so my job at the time I work for music lamb. it's my first job was it for spring forest preserve drive by in the morning that store like manager but they paid for my education. help pay for my college is that was the thing I got two weeks pay because whatever time full time whatever those by the original rolling stones and then what we driving that year before. by the way you're thinking I'll tell you what I was trying I cannot remember I was driving a nineteen eighty green Ford Pinto it was the last year the Pinto was I think right before that I had my guitar yes I remember I had and had a. Craig go adapter there's an eight track. in the AM radio but I think I had an FM tuner connected underneath the glove box because it didn't come with an FM radio. think I might have been driving the. dyed dark either the card or really yeah zero. but numbers are you driving a new was older yeah we did not have a new car we had to get used cars and at that time try to remember now I think yes Bridget had gone back to school. our daughter was more like a sense of what Richard had gone back to school to become a nurse always going to be a nurse so I was at city hall at six in the morning. and then I believe by free to run back up north to get our daughter okay from the day care while Bridget was now at school in the afternoon thing going yeah yes we were busy busy absolutely but the food was a great year and I know that our daughter was was involved in all of the stuff she was so eighty four she would have been six years old. one of my. great friends over the state hi fi had high school it was my first long time girlfriend met on the homecoming committee. just lovely to those big year yeah there was a big part so before we go to the news yeah we we got on the show tonight because we'll be celebrating the eighties so we've got conversations to share tonight with original MTV VJ Nina Blackwood ice she's but kicker. I put when the Snyder nothing but take your rock and roll. the wall they were trained in the same that it could be a musician Bryan Adams homepath rock legend Pat Benatar. John Stamos from full house yeah okay Glenn close own Fred savage from the wonder years big show big ratings right love that George went from cheers. let's just turn the wheel. back to nineteen those people I could get it tonight to celebrate the eighty so we're gonna be talking to all these people tonight and a leader twenties going to join us for a talk about the legacy of Chicago's Pullman company one because it's a hundred sixtieth.

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"chicago pullman" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

10:09 min | 3 years ago

"chicago pullman" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Reported as heaping pressure on the EU to take action with a pitch from techies, energy minister, the quote Turkish naval forces will respond to any harassment. WGN radio's daily conversation about the life of business and the business of life. This is the opening go with Steve vantage on seven twenty key in good morning, everyone. Welcome to the program. Today is Wednesday June nineteenth, and it's five ten in the morning. Thank you for tuning in, for another addition of the opening bell, and another business day getting underway. We have a good broadcast for you this morning, hope you can stay tuned for the whole hour. We'll talk about some transportation issues in Chicago. Mary was new ski from Chicago Tribune will be with us. First off this morning. We'll bring Marion and a few minutes, some areas of the city have some transportation desert's where it's really hard to get around. And we'll talk to Mary about some of the areas that maybe could get some attention, soon a little bit later in the program. John Challenger of Challenger, Gray and Christmas will be here companies, we've been telling you over and over. And over are hiring, but it's getting really difficult to find a good candidates and find employee's for the right jobs. John Challenger will be with us from about five thirty eight on this morning. So stay tuned for that. And the latest news, weather, sports, traffic, and Moore's we move through the hour here on the opening Bill on this Wednesday. I let's begin on the WGN associated Bank market desk. The opening bell rings on Wall Street today after the Dow closed up more than three hundred fifty points yesterday. The Dow was up nearly three hundred fifty six points. The NASDAQ gained one hundred nine the S and P five hundred rose nearly Twenty-eight points, strong day yesterday on the markets this morning. There's a little weakness, though, of markets are flat futures markets are flat down, NASDAQ s&p futures all in the red just a little bit or just flat on the NASDAQ for the NASDAQ as an example. And in Europe this morning. Markets are generally in the red as well in London. Germany and France off anywhere from a quarter of a percent to third in London, and in Asia markets in the mixed as well with Hong Kong higher by nearly a percent of two hundred seventy one points in China of just a fraction in Tokyo down nearly three quarters of a point, the Nikkei ending at about one hundred fifty one points lower and oil is trading at fifty three eighty two barrel which is off about eight cents. A couple of stories as we begin today. Stock markets says we have shown you are subdued. Investors are looking ahead to US Federal Reserve policy notes coming later today, the central Bank expected to indicate it would cut interest rates in the coming months. The fed isn't considered ready to start reducing rates now, but likely coming next month the announcement coming at one o'clock Chicago time. And the Federal Reserve chairman having a news conference a little shortly after the announcement. As it ends. Its latest policy meeting, the central Bank expected to signal an inclination to ease credit within the next several months. Good likelihood of adding, July and then again, later in the year what it won't likely do is indicate exactly what it might happen. But again, the betting is on the next month or so. You heard in the opening montage Facebook launching, its crypto currency libra facing almost an immediate backlash. The company plans to launch that new global crypto currency called libra after linking with twenty eight partners like MasterCard pay pal Uber but no, no banks are part of the group yet. Facebook also created a subsidiary called Kaliba, which will serve as a digital wallet to save ascend and, or spend the libra currency, California congresswoman, Maxine Waters called on Facebook executives to testify before congress and to stop development of the platform until lawmakers can approve the project water wonder says Facebook continuing. It's unchecked expansion and extending its reach into the lives of its users Google is getting into the home building business with a billion dollar investment in northern California's bay area CEO of the company announced yesterday. The tech giant will spend nearly seven hundred fifty million dollars to develop land owned by Google into housing in the south bay the other two hundred fifty million will be used as seed money to spur development of more affordable housing in the bay area. It is seen as likely blueprint for other similar developments are on Google properties around the country. Let's begin this morning with transportation in Chicago, areas of the city with transportation, desert's that could really use some attention in terms of getting around, Mary, new skis transportation. Reporter at the Chicago Tribune is with us this morning. Good morning Mary morning, Steve. Thanks for having me. We all year about food deserts where there are no grocery stores. Having reading your writing about the transportation desert. I think most people will say, yeah, I've been in one of those talk to us a little bit about how big these are here. Sure. Well, what we're talking about is places where it's just difficult to get around unless you have a car, and sometimes it's difficult to get around the car and the areas that I wrote about our cells parcel of the east sides of Chicago. Pullman, head wish Riverdale the, the issue with these areas able going to them. There's there's, there's the Pullman national monument down there. There's the port there's the big Marsh bike park. There's a new factory for Kate railcars and others. Also talk about putting the casino now there. But because there's a lot of heavy industry and there's Lake County met. There's Bishop Ford freeway. There's a lot of trucks going back and forth between factories and there's it's difficult to get around bite by walking or biking or using public transit, and the red line stops at ninety fifth street and the city keeps going until one hundred hundred thirty yeah. So it's it can take hours for people to p miles. Yeah. Some, especially as you. Mentioned if that's going to be the site for the casino the possible site for the casino. There has to be some thinking going on somewhere around about what kinds of transportation fixes might be appropriate. Right. And, you know, there's also I don't know, people have gone to big Marsh park which, but they have a bike park there have ramp sample sorts of one thing that it's very popular for people who wanna do recreational biking mountain biking, but the irony is that it's very difficult to get there by bike, so you have to pile your bikes into a truck or car and take them over there, so that they're so residents in the area should advocates. You're proposing some different fixes. Give us a sense of what some of those might be will be mixed. You think of some of the things that are missing bike, transporta- CT, a just better car access. Maybe. Well, one of the things would be a site path along east one hundred thirtieth street. If you call at one hundred thirty th street now in this area, you know, there's, there's only a few little sidewalks, there's no sidewalks, and it's very busy street. There's a lot of trucks and people are walking along the side of the street, there's glass and there's, you know, tire strewn around, and so there's ideas, it would be about one point nine million dollars to build a pass for bikes and blocking between Indiana. And you know run to be around the area. Right. Rear for Dale and gardens. So that people have a way of getting around another thing they could be possible is maybe reducing the amount of lanes on Torrence avenue, building a bike or at least a bike lane there on another picks, be may be having a some kind of like pass along the doors end of Lee Kelly met their area there that already has a path of the ideas, we can, you know, something for bikes Notre people to get. From Pullman to big Marsh park. Go ahead. Well the biggest thing that's being proposed. And this is talked about for years is to have a bit upstream and bike bridge over the tracks between Burnham and Hegg wish down down around the head, we station, train station because people can wait for, you know, twenty minutes to over an hour. They're waiting for freight trains, to go by, and this would allow people to cross the tracks, and it would be a great link between ill along the Burnham Greenway trail. The biking is great that would be super, and the, the idea that we would have more of that is, I think, anybody would be against that on the on the flip side of this. What if you're going to have to get people to and from potential casino and other development, down there, you might need more than that? Right. So what maybe extending TA, or is that not even being talked about, is being talked about the PTA is planning to extend the red line from ninety fifth street one hundred thirtieth, St. the problem is, is that there's not money for that right now. That would be cost two point three billion dollars. And some of that course would have to come from the federal government. And so, you know, there's you know that, that, that money is not there yet. But the is planning that and planning, they've already figured out a route for that. So, you know, we're waiting for that to happen. But in the meantime, there's some you know some of these other fixes are being proposed because they're smaller than they might be a little bit more doable with money from the state capital, Bill and the bike path, especially something that you could get done pretty quickly. Right. Well, you know, a bridge over over railroad tracks or something. They'll take a little longer. But for that one, you know, they think the county thinks that does how they will be able to put together the money for that. And so construction for that could start as early as twenty twenty two. We're on with Mary was new ski this morning transportation reporter at the Chicago Tribune. Mary, hang on. We're going to continue our conversation about the transportation. District's in the city, we'll do that as soon as we come back here after a break at five nineteen WGN, but first, we need to update traffic.

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"chicago pullman" Discussed on WGN Radio

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01:48 min | 3 years ago

"chicago pullman" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Restaurant on the planet that gale street in check it out street dot com. When you go, there say hi to George. He's the best. George cars is who runs the place, great food, great atmosphere. Great people and the only place to celebrate. Anything special is the gale street. And so that's what we'll be doing movie and gal street it. So I've got some interesting news for everybody. Last night. The broadcast association had their annual they handed out their annual silver dome radio awards broadcast awards. They brought relative radio and television. And I, I one one, I, I wanna silver dome award this year for best radio personality. That was Tom. I assumed that was. Yeah. Believe that his name's Homer. Simpson Homer Simpson. Yeah. Congratulates things. Well deserve. Prized one bit. I I appreciate it. Man. I wouldn't be able to do it without the people that work with me. And and this was from a year ago. So I wanna thank Dan grew who was my producer at the time that, that this award was not when I was nominated at the time. And so, yeah, this is the fourth one. We've won that the show is one so but best radio personality kind of blown away by it. That's a big. That's a big deal. So I want I want to thank everybody who listens to the show, and I want to thank the only broke s association for the silver dome award for best radio personality. We also one pretty big as a station. Best news reporter, went to Ryan burrow for so well-deserved hardest working guy or person in this news as best radio light feature was the renaissance Chicago's Pullman neighborhood, feature that Steve, Grzanich and Bennett Bennett wake night together. They won that award, and then the best use of non broadcast media went to the mincing rascals. Oh, which is really fun podcast, that features, John Williams. Steve bertrand. Eric Zorn's Scott.

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