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Monday, Oct 23, 2006

* Today’s afternoon update from WBBM 780 is below. The station’s website is here, you can subscribe to the station’s afternoon updates by clicking here. The afternoon show has a piece about Peter Roskam’s press conference.

* WBEZ has a story up about the state Senate committee hearing today on a statewide smoking ban. All of Chicago Public Radio’s latest stories can be found at this link.

* WBEZ’s full afternoon update is below, or go here.

* LifeHacker reports that This American Life now has a podcast.

* Rush Limbaugh claims that Michael J. Fox goes “off his meds” when he wants to stress the debilitating effects of Parkinson’s Disease.

* “Live” Chicago political interview show with Todd Stroger and Tony Peraica, among others.


- Posted by Rich Miller        


6 Comments
  1. - Issac Winters - Monday, Oct 23, 06 @ 9:16 pm:

    James Nally is one of the biggest opponents of ballot access and is infamous for knocking minorities off the ballot frivolously just ask attorney Richard Means, a real reformer and good attorney. He did work for the HDO and alderman Danny “Monterrey” Solis. He is a politically connected hack who is on the bad side of government.


  2. - Daniel - Monday, Oct 23, 06 @ 9:31 pm:

    They are proud they knocked the Republicans off the ballot? NO CHOICE, NO COMPETETION DISGUSTING!!!!!!!!!!!
    THat is not democracy, that is technical bs


  3. - Airborne Rich - Monday, Oct 23, 06 @ 9:38 pm:

    Tom Dart calls and James McNally is on the SHERIFFS CIVIL SERVICE BOARD—that is a conflict of interest
    19th Ward corruption


  4. - Randall Sherman - Monday, Oct 23, 06 @ 10:28 pm:

    This is the same Tom Dart the Tribune raved about in its endorsement editorial today. Wait a second… most of the arguments sounded like reasons for backing his Republican opponent, Peter Garza. About what you should expect from an editorial board led by that ex-college jazz show producer Bruce Dold, who seems clueless at times in understanding the inner workings of Chicago Machine politics.


  5. - Levois - Tuesday, Oct 24, 06 @ 7:22 pm:

    This was a good program. Non stop candidates and then this discussion at the end. Plus a lot of candidates that people aren’t happy with such as Peraica, Stroger and even Dart. Though we don’t hear as much about Dart as we do anyone else.


  6. - Establishment Republican - Tuesday, Oct 24, 06 @ 11:59 pm:

    Rich,
    It is not just Rush Limbaugh claiming that about Michael J. Fox. The actor has admitted that he goes off his medication before testifying before Congress, etc. for that reason.

    The fact was reported tonight on WFLD.


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