Jul 22nd, 2012 by rayhanania
Radio Chicagoland Sunday July 22, 2012. 8-10 am. Host Ray Hanania. co-host Kheir Fakhreldin. www.RadioChicagoland.com. Chicago political and breaking news talk radio discussion, opinions and commentary.
8 AM - Professor Sam Staley Ph.D., Senior Fellow, Reason Foundation and Lead author of the Transportation plan for Chicago. He is Managing Director, DeVoe L. Moore Center at Florida State University. He discusses new findings on the challenges facing Chicagoland's transportation problems. Full Report Online: The full study is online here:
Reason Foundation's transportation research is here: http://reason.org/areas/topic/transportation
8:30 AM - Creators Syndicate Columnist Ruben Navarette discusses the issue of immigration and how the Hispanic vote may play out in the tight race for president between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney. .... AND the "Movie Theater Massacre" in Aurora, Colorado and the need for stronger gun controls. Read my column on why it's not the "criminals" who are doing all the killing, but rather regular people who can go out and legally get weapons. Click here.
9 AM - Columnists Monroe Anderson and Ali Younes discuss the Michele Bachmann attack against Huma Abedin. On the eve of Ramadan, we discuss the religious attacks by Tea Party leader Michele Bachmann against a Muslim staffer with Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton. Many Republican leaders like John McCain have come out and criticized Bachmann for singling out Huma Abedin, Clinton's logntime aide, because she is Muslim. Bachmann has charged that Abedin's relatives are tied to the Muslim Brotherhood. Ironically, Abedin's husband is disgraced former New York Congressman Anthony Weiner, who before being forced to resign from office in June 2011 one year ago because of lewd conduct. Weiner was one of the most vicious anti-Arab and anti-Palestinian members of the US Congress. Is there a difference when it comes to justice in palestine between non-Arab Muslims and Arab Muslims? How could a Muslim marry someone so viciously anti-Arab and anti-Palestinian. The incident reminds us of the vicious attack directed at Mazen Asbahi, also by rightwing members of the Tea Party and Congress. .... AND the "Movie Theater Massacre" in Aurora, Colorado and the need for stronger gun controls. Read my column on why it's not the "criminals" who are doing all the killing, but rather regular people who can go out and legally get weapons.