Friday, May 29, 2020

Rep. Davis on the Need to Rebuild Locks and Dams along...

From Springfield:  Rep Rodney Davis (R-13th) attended the Illinois State Fair, discussing agriculture policy on a congressional panel.  We talk with him on the...

Rep. Mike Bost on Fighting China’s Cheating on Trade, EPA Power...

From Springfield:  Following a panel discussion on agriculture,  that included four Republican members of the Illinois congressional delegation, we speak with freshman Congressman, Mike...

“This Democracy is Rigged”

From Springfield:  Speaking at the breakfast for the Republican Chairmen, who are gathered to celebrate Governor's Day at the State Fair later, Gov Rauner...

Scott AFB Cyber Security Center Opens to Combat the On-Going Cyber...

From Scott AFB in Illinois:  Gov Rauner and Sen Dick Durbin, are among the dignitaries dedicating the new Cyber Security Center, which will be...

Encouraging Work and Savings in Communities of Color

From the Union League Club of Chicago:  We hear a panel discussion, on how to help grow the savings and incomes within communities of...

How Government Accounting Hides Deficits and Unfunded Liabilities from Taxpayers

From Chicago:  We go one-on-one with Shelia Weinberg, founder of "Truth in Accounting" who shares with us how govt at all levels, used deceptive...

Sponsors and Supporters of Automatic Voter Registration Bill Urge Gov Rauner...

  CHICAGO (August 10, 2016)-- With one day left for Governor Rauner to sign or veto bipartisan Automatic Voter Registration legislation, the Just Democracy Illinois...

State Government Going (Phone App) Mobile in Illinois

Department of Innovation & Technology (DoIT) Introduces Four New Mobile Apps to Increase Accessibility for Services and Information SPRINGFIELD – The days of calling or visiting an...

Cutting Costs, Raising Revenues: The Future of Chicago’s Budget & Finances

From the City Club of Chicago:  Mayor Rahm Emanuel, and Chicago's Budget Director, discuss their efforts to reduce the city's budget deficit.  We hear...

Dept of Public Health: There are 46 Cases of the ZIKA...

Chicago: The Illinois Department of Public Health confirmed on Thursday, Aug 4, that there are now 46 cases of the Zika virus in Illinois. Among...

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Historian Mark DePue: Preserving Illinois’ Oral History

From the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library:  We talk with historian and fmr military officer, Mark DePue on his work of conducting indepth oral history...

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