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  • Boehner invite could backfire

    House Speaker John Boehner invited Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to address Congress in February so that Netanyahu could tell Congress that President Barack Obama is wrong about negotiating with Iran over their nuclear weapons program. It appears that Netanyahu and Boehner have worked out a deal that benefits both of them.
  • James Gibney: 'Unbroken' tells half of Japan's war story

    In the just-released film "Unbroken," as in real life, U.S. Army Air Corps Lt. Louis Zamperini was beaten, starved and forced to work as a slave laborer by his Japanese captors. Things could have been worse. Like some other war prisoners held by the...

    Hard choices for the Chesapeake

    The gloomy drizzle I observed through the window of the Loew's Hotel in Annapolis last Saturday matched the mood of the program in the room. The Coastal Conservation Association (CCA) and Costa Del Mar sponsored a one-day symposium to review the state...

    Questions on Benghazi remain

    Benghazi is back in the news. Two years ago terrorists attacked our diplomatic facility in that eastern Libyan city. They killed Ambassador Christopher Stevens, a State Department staffer and two CIA-hired former Navy Seals. Earlier this year the...

    Officials: Sanctions on Russia could be delayed

    WASHINGTON (AP) - Sanctions aimed at key economic sectors in Russia because of its threatening moves in Ukraine might be delayed because of positive signals from Russian President Vladimir Putin, according to Obama administration officials. The United...
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Gery Chico

Gery Chico
Attorney Gery Chico was a candidate for mayor of Chicago in 2011, finishing second in the election. Past positions include Chairman of Chicago City Colleges (2010); President of Chicago Park District (2007-2010); Commissioner, Public Building Commission as park district president; President of Chicago Public Schools (1995-2001); Chief of staff to Mayor Richard Daley (1992-1995); founding partner at Chico & Nunes law firm (2004 – present); attorney at Arnstein & Lehr (2003-2004); senior partner Altheimer & Gray law firm (1996-2003). He earned his bachelor's degree in political science from University of Illinois-Chicago (1979), and his law degree from Loyola University School of Law (1985. )C... Show more »
Attorney Gery Chico was a candidate for mayor of Chicago in 2011, finishing second in the election. Past positions include Chairman of Chicago City Colleges (2010); President of Chicago Park District (2007-2010); Commissioner, Public Building Commission as park district president; President of Chicago Public Schools (1995-2001); Chief of staff to Mayor Richard Daley (1992-1995); founding partner at Chico & Nunes law firm (2004 – present); attorney at Arnstein & Lehr (2003-2004); senior partner Altheimer & Gray law firm (1996-2003). He earned his bachelor's degree in political science from University of Illinois-Chicago (1979), and his law degree from Loyola University School of Law (1985. )Chico is married (one divorce) with five children. « Show less

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