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Why is my TV clogged with election Ads?

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Why is my TV clogged with election Ads?

Why is my TV clogged with election Ads? Nauseating political commercials have already started to clog our Spring season television viewing, and it has a lot to do with the fact that the three candidates for governor in Illinois are among the richest people around. Republican Bruce Rauner, one of the most incompetent governor’s Illinois has…

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Arab Radio: Trump and the post Obama presidency

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Arab Radio: Trump and the post Obama presidency

Arab Radio: Trump and the post Obama presidency Arab Radio discussion of the impact of President Barack Obama and his legacy, and the reality of the presidency of Donald J. Trump on Arab Radio in Detroit on Friday Jan. 13, 2017 with host Ray Hanania and guests Sahar Khamis and David Alexander Bullock. They also discuss…

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Rebranding ourselves as “Arabs” in the new Trump era

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Rebranding ourselves as “Arabs” in the new Trump era

Rebranding ourselves as “Arabs” in the new Trump era Why Arabs need to reinforce their identification as “Arabs” rather than as Muslims in the new era of President Donald Trump. Branding ourselves as Arabs will also help us fight the religious extremists and counter the rising anti-Muslim fears in the West and in the United States …

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Orland Park sidesteps the will of the people

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Orland Park sidesteps the will of the people

Orland Park sidesteps the will of the people The Orland Park Board approved a plan to significantly increase Mayor McLaughlin’s salary 375 percent from what it was (a 275 percent increase). But the board action ignores the rights of the village’s taxpayers and voters. Oct. 20, 2016 Des Plaines Valley News, The Regional, The Reporter…

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Rahm Emanuel deserves support to fight violence

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Rahm Emanuel deserves support to fight violence

Rahm Emanuel deserves support to fight violence SW News Herald Sept. 29, 2016 By Ray Hanania Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel unveiled a three-part plan to confront Chicago’s rising murder rate. The crime wave in Chicago is so bad that people don’t feel safe walking downtown any more. This weekend, a 54 year old man was…

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Blame non-voters for state’s problems

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Blame non-voters for state’s problems

Blame non-voters for state’s problems Blame non-voters for state’s problems. Everyone is complaining about Illinois’ poor economic situation, the excess spending and the skyrocketing taxes. But the majority of people complaining don’t even take the time to vote By Ray Hanania Last week’s column hammering the stupid idea of term limits brought on a lot…

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Nation’s biggest challenge, credit card debt

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Nation’s biggest challenge, credit card debt

Nation’s biggest challenge, credit card debt The nation’s biggest challenge, credit card debt. Credit cards are destroying this nation and its people, mortgaging the future and undermining our economy. We need to crack down on the banks and limit the amount of interest they can charge. By Ray Hanania I remember the JFK assassination. I…

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Laboring through Labor Day

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Laboring through Labor Day

Laboring through Labor Day Laboring through Labor Day. A look at how life has changed from schools to politics in Chicagoland and America. By Ray Hanania The Labor Day weekend usually marks a special point in our lives when children go back to school, the weather shifts from swelter to soothing, and we’re reminded politics…

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Is it Trump or Clinton? Yikes!

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Is it Trump or Clinton? Yikes!

Is it Trump or Clinton? Yikes! Is it Trump or Clinton? Yikes! Ray Hanania’s column & commentary and audio podcast, also available at www.RayHanania.com August 11, 2016 explores the difficult choice Americans have in the presidential election between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump By Ray Hanania How do you sort through the turmoil of this…

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“Law and order” today and 50 years ago

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“Law and order” today and 50 years ago

“Law and order” today and 50 years ago. Is the violence between African Americans and American police a new phenomena or an old one? Looking back 50 years ago we see that this violent phenomena has been around a long time with no real solution or change. By Ray Hanania When we look at the terrible rise…

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