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How did video footage of a shirtless, 18-year-old Rahm Emanuel demonstrating in the summer of 1978 in a Chicago city park during a neo-Nazi rally manage to stay buried for 36 years? It defies explanation, really. Now, though, thanks to the Chicago Reader , America can catch a glimpse of a bronzed, bushy-haired, generally angry-looking Emanuel as he appeared when he was taking on literal jackbooted thugs wearing swastika armbands . Comment?
In a swipe at the White House, the Service Employees International Union , one of the largest labor organizations in the country, has endorsed Jesus "Chuy" Garcia over sitting Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel. Emanuel is President Barack Obama's former Chief of Staff and is considered a major player in Democratic politics. Comment?
McKeon & Associates, formed in 1973, is a global public opinion research and strategic marketing firm. Michael McKeon, president of McKeon & Associates, has distinguished himself by accurately interpreting results to predict significant societal trends. Comment?
Oprah Winfrey's studio was the target of a terrorist plot in 2009. A small group of terrorist considered blowing the studio up during a taping. Comment?
Steven Salaita, the world-class Israel hater who lost a job offer from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign because he was an obnoxious, obscenity-hurling, black-belt jerk on Twitter, spent this week on a whirlwind tour of college campuses in Chicago. He spoke to about 100 people in a packed, nondescript, hard-to-find classroom on the campus of DePaul University in Lincoln Park on Thursday. Comment?
Eminent musician Tom Morello performs at a NATO summit demonstration at Daley Plaza, Friday, May 18 2012, in Chicago. Thousands of nurses and other protesters gathered for the noisy but largely peaceful demonstration with a broad spectrum of causes, from anti-war activists to Occupy protesters to a Chicago Women's AIDS project. Comment?
President Barack Obama has come a long way since the halcyon days of 2009 when then-Newsweek editor Evan Thomas called him "sort of God." Today, he's back at war in Iraq and his record-low approval rating stands at 38 percent . Comment?
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