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  • Mayoral tan? Bali Hai Mayor Rahmfather

     Mayoral tan? Bali Hai Mayor Rahmfather
    Nice tan, Mr. Mayor! You came back from steamy and tropical Indonesia to a city frozen in ice and snow, where the side streets and alleys hadn't been plowed and where schoolkids were almost sent into the worst of the cold. But Rahm Emanuel wasn't...
  • Kass: Taxpayers: The heat is on us

    Kass: Taxpayers: The heat is on us
    There's nothing quite like inserting a can of beer into a chicken while you're contemplating how politicians treat us taxpayers. A week before the big Labor Day barbecue weekend, our politicos are positively grill-tastic, preparing for the fall...
  • Egg on Rahm's face in comptroller scandal

    Egg on Rahm's face in comptroller scandal
    For a man who cultivates the aura of a guy who knows everything, Mayor Rahm Emanuel didn't know all that much in the matter of Amer Ahmad. Or so he says. Ahmad is one of his former golden boy financial whizzes, the onetime deputy treasurer of Ohio who...
  • Patt Morrison Asks: Blue blood, Peter O'Malley

    Patt Morrison Asks: Blue blood, Peter O'Malley
    In 1938, after voters recalled L.A.'s crooked mayor, Frank Shaw, it's said that someone planted a sign on the City Hall lawn: "Under new management." The new ownership of the Dodgers needs no sign. The purchase, by a Chicago financial service company at a...
  • A tax on politicians? It's an offer they can't refuse

     A tax on politicians? It's an offer they can't refuse
    American politicians are always on the lookout for "new sources of revenue," which sounds a lot nicer than "sinking their fangs into our necks." But however you describe it, they just can't stop sucking our blood with their unending tax increases on the...
  • Rosenthal: Fighting Chicago's violent crime has become business of business

    Rosenthal: Fighting Chicago's violent crime has become business of business
    Jim Reynolds, who grew up in Englewood and is among this city's business elite, always has known that side of Chicago. He also knows the jolt that comes when someone, especially someone who has grown up here, first has their eyes opened and the city's...
  • Kass: Chicago has royal babies too

    Kass: Chicago has royal babies too
    England has a new royal baby, Prince George. But in Chicago, where English kings are frowned upon, we have plenty of royal babies of our own. And they aren't mere figureheads. They're Democrats with real power, from great houses that grab public...
  • Juror bristles over Emanuel's move to erase 'code of silence' verdict

     Juror bristles over Emanuel's move to erase 'code of silence' verdict
    Many in Chicago were upset when they heard Mayor Rahm Emanuel was cutting a deal over the federal civil jury's decision involving the big cop who beat the tiny female bartender. But perhaps no one is as upset as Dr. Joseph R. Lentino, 66, a retired...
  • Don't cry for Princess Lisa. She'll be OK.

     Don't cry for Princess Lisa. She'll be OK.
    Poor Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan. She's apparently suffering from Logic Deficit Disorder, even as her father, Boss Madigan, is mired in the $700,000 Metra hush-money scandal that has been taken apart in the past few weeks by the Tribune. Lisa...
  • Could a ban of body products be far behind ones for sodas and bags?

     Could a ban of body products be far behind ones for sodas and bags?
    Environmentalists, with typical elan, are pushing the City Council to forbid Chicago stores from packing shoppers' groceries or other purchases in plastic bags. The ban's sponsor, Ald. Proco "Joe" Moreno, 1st, says he might have enough votes to pass the...
  • 'A Clown Car Named Desire' ★★★★

    'A Clown Car Named Desire' ★★★★
    "I see people out front," observes the sad-eyed man at the Second City e.t.c., "just crying." And the locale of this carefully observed locus of human misery? A closed Chicago school? A funeral home? City Hall? Nope — Aldi. Crying at what? The...