Walter Jacobson joins Bob and Marianne to share his thoughts on the first ‘Charlie Hebdo’ issue since attack sells out. Walter also questions why the president didn’t go to paris after the attack and he shares why he thinks Bruce Rauner’s latest promises likely to be VERY hard, if not impossible, to keep.
7 good Catholic schools are about to be closed. The Bishops should resolve to consider the wealth of the church. Their assets, budget, jewels, and more are simply outlandish. They could certainly afford to fund a few schools. This is Walter’s perspective.
Rahm is currently taking care of business, just in time for the mayoral race. He’s got the money, the references, and the endorsements. He’s not a slam dunk yet, but things are certainly looking good. This is Walter’s perspective.
Lou is little known, but a big shot in Illinois Government. Quinn just appointed Bartuca to an important and very lucrative new position, which he has no experience in. This is Walter’s perspective.
Walter Jacobson joins Bob and Marianne to share his memories of Judy Baar Topinka. He says she was genuine and “unpackaged,” unlike so many politicians today. She will be missed.
There are more turkeys than the ones we eat on Thanksgiving. The media. The protesters. The President. Even Walter. This is his perspective.
Walter Jacobson stops by the studio to talk about Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s new campaign commercial and Rauner’s hiring of Glenn Poshard. Then Rep. Luis Gutierrez calls to describe his dinner at the White House last night and what we can expect in President Obama’s speech about immigration.