Posts Tagged “Ray Hanania”

Hanania joins DuMont on Radio Sunday Aug 14 on national politics

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Hanania joins DuMont on Radio Sunday Aug 14 on national politics

Hanania joins DuMont on Radio Sunday to discuss national politics Southwest Community News Group syndicated columnist Ray Hanania joins host Bruce DuMont on Beyond the Beltway Radio Sunday, August 14 on WCGO 1590 AM Radio and on Sirius XM Radio POTUS Politics Channel 124 from 6 until 8 pm. To join the discussion, call 1-800-723-8289. You can…

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Muslim, Christian & Jew bring house down in Deerfield Comedy show

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Muslim, Christian & Jew bring house down in Deerfield Comedy show

Muslim Arif Choudhury, Jewish writer Aaron Freeman and Christian Palestinian Ray Hanania rocked the Casbash at a comedy show on Saturday night at an interfaith gathering that filled the gymnasium at Holy Cross Catholic Church in Deerfield. The show included the special comedy debut of Hanania’s son, Aaron By Staff Reports More than 250 Muslims,…

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Muslim, Christian & Jewish comedians to perform Oct. 24

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Muslim, Christian & Jewish comedians to perform Oct. 24

Muslim, Christian & Jewish comedians to perform Oct. 24 The Middle East is erupting into more and more violence, and hatred is increasing as racist candidates like Ben Carson and Mike Huackabee are promoting divisions and bigotry. But sometimes, humor is the only way to stay sane. And maybe it can help others By Ray…

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Dumped CafePress for LuLu.com, best thing I ever did

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Dumped CafePress for LuLu.com, best thing I ever did

For years, I published books and products with CafePress, the online print-on-demand service. But in recent years, greed has gotten the better of the company. And after suffering through so many disappointments in terms of orders and production, and no support, I dumped them for the better option, LuLu.com which does print-on-demand professionally and with…

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Rahm Emanuel is Chicago’s better choice

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Rahm Emanuel is Chicago’s better choice

Despite my personal issues with Mayor Rahm Emanuel, he is the better choice over Cook County Commissioner Jesus Chuy Garcia. Although I hope Mayor Emanuel will change his policies and open the doors of his administration to American Arabs, there are bigger issues involving the future of Chicago at stake that take higher precedence. By…

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Podcast: Can Garcia defeat Emanuel in Chicago Mayoral runoff April 7?

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Podcast: Can Garcia defeat Emanuel in Chicago Mayoral runoff April 7?

Why did Chicago Mayoral Rahm Emanuel fail to win the majority votes he needed in the Feb. 24 Mayoral election, and how did Jesus Chuy Garcia put together the coalition that denied Emanuel that victory. Ray Hanania and Monroe Anderson discuss some of the issues in this radio interview By Ray Hanania Former Chicago City Hall…

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Irks, quirks and Oughta be laws

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Irks, quirks and Oughta be laws

By Ray Hanania ILLEGAL PARKING: There are a lot of other ways to generate revenue from traffic tickets instead of installing red light cameras to nail unsuspecting motorists. Here are a few suggestions. Put a police squad car near the small Orland Park Post Office branch in the strip mall at 151st and LaGrange Road….

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Interview with former Oak Lawn Mayor Dave Heilmann

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Interview with former Oak Lawn Mayor Dave Heilmann

By Ray Hanania Oak Lawn used to be one of the best communities in the Southwest Suburbs, but in recent years, the place has been turned upside down by vicious name calling, anonymous blogging and polarized hatred. Something needs to change Recently, several Oak Lawn residents told me they missed former Mayor Dave Heilmann. When…

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Baby Boomer dreaming, the old days

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Baby Boomer dreaming, the old days

Baby Boomer dreaming, the old days By Ray Hanania As I sat at Midway Airport the other day waiting for a flight, I was remembering how the world has really changed, as most Baby Boomers my age do. I’ve written in the past how Midway was just an open air field on Cicero Avenue and…

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Baby Boomers: Medicare and the art of obfuscation

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Baby Boomers: Medicare and the art of obfuscation

Baby Boomers: Medicare and the art of obfuscation By Ray Hanania I am still a number of years away from qualifying for retirement, Social Security, and Medicare but I received a 152 page booklet from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services that only made me more concerned. I guess the first problem I…

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