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Isabel’s morning briefing

Thursday, Feb 23, 2023 - Posted by Isabel Miller

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  1. - Oswego Willy - Thursday, Feb 23, 23 @ 8:09 am:

    ===The first interview of Michael McClain, the speaker’s friend and ComEd lobbyist, came in August 2014, the same month that Madigan was secretly recorded by an FBI informant at his law firm discussing a desire to secure property tax business with a Chinatown developer===

    My goodness… 2014…

    You think about the alleged damage, (we’ll see in the trialS and how each trial will use the damage) McClain did by either sheer hubris or utter ignorance, breaking simple rules of writing down (including emails and letters) and using the phone with the wiretaps… but, “since 2014”… that’s a huge “wow”


  2. - Oswego Willy - Thursday, Feb 23, 23 @ 8:11 am:

    ===All three school districts whose boundaries include the Chicago Bears’ 326-acre Arlington Park property are now all on board in hiring a joint lobbyist to oppose, or at least amend, legislation that would give the franchise a massive tax break there.===

    The Gillespie Bears Bailout Bill is intended to help a billion dollar monopoly… and hurt the schools in return.

    That’s real.

    And it’s for a building that will need massive revocations in 20-25 years… with a 40 year “tax help”

    A horrific bill.


  3. - RNUG - Thursday, Feb 23, 23 @ 8:46 am:

    == while $40 million is set aside for permanent supportive housing. ==

    Reading the rhetoric and running the numbers, they would be better off giving it all to Habitat for Humanity and letting them do both a housing and job training program.


  4. - H-W - Thursday, Feb 23, 23 @ 9:59 am:

    Re: Daily Hearald Charlie Kirk story

    I have been trying to get include in Charlie Kirk’s “Professor Hit List” for almost a decade now. True story. I teach race relations, gender inequality, poverty and welfare, discrimination and prejudice, you name it. I even teach about slavery in Illinois, its transformation into indentured servitude through via the 1818 Constitution, etc.

    Unfortunately, my Illinois-based students do not seem to think I am a radical professor when I discuss solutions like affirmative action in hiring and promotion, family wages, changing the ways we fund schools, etc.

    My Illinois-based students just seem to think pluralism, measures designed to produce equal access for minorities, EEOC laws, etc. are not radical ideas for those wishing to become leaders in their communities and nations.

    It seems Turning Point USA and Charlie Kirk are not really interested in defending higher education. It almost appears he is simply interested in enriching himself through false promises made to conservatives.


  5. - muon - Thursday, Feb 23, 23 @ 11:04 am:

    I’ve been teaching part time at a Wisconsin college. The academic buildings at the college have many all-gender restrooms, and some are multiple-occupancy. It did feel strange to me at first, but that was only due to the novelty and it no longer feels unusual. This is in Wisconsin, mind you, and I haven’t seen any issue with the arrangement from others at or visiting the campus.

    As for young children, parents of the opposite gender from their children have long taken them into the multiple-occupancy restroom of the parent’s gender. I’m not sure what the issue is other than general discomfort due to the same unfamiliarity I felt at first.


  6. - yinn - Thursday, Feb 23, 23 @ 11:21 am:

    == this funding could help develop over 90 new permanent supportive housing units ==

    $40 million for just 90 units? Maybe they mean congregate living homes?


  7. - This is ridiculous - Thursday, Feb 23, 23 @ 11:50 am:

    I’m fine with all-gender individual restrooms, but I’m not at all interested in all-gender multiple occupancy restrooms.


  8. - cermak_rd - Thursday, Feb 23, 23 @ 12:02 pm:

    This is ridiculous,
    I am fine with it if the stalls go up the ceiling and meet the floor. I would like it if there was a wash up place in the stall, too; so one doesn’t have to use the common sink, but I can live with that. It at first feels unsafe (what if an attacker is lying in wait) but, then, noone is actively monitoring any public bathroom I have ever been in to see who is going into any given bathroom, so that’s a pre-existing issue.


  9. - RNUG - Thursday, Feb 23, 23 @ 3:47 pm:

    == $40 million for just 90 units? ==

    I think they are mixing terms. When I dug into the article, it was something like 460 permanent units, which I took to be multiple occupancy buildings of some type, since that broke down to roughly $80k per unit.


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