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April 22, 2009

BY CAROL MARIN Sun-Times Columnist

As lunatic as the Rod Blagojevich saga continues to be, there was an exquisite moment of reason and rationality in federal court Tuesday.

It did not come from the former governor and current defendant in a massive federal corruption case or from the prosecution or from the defense.

It came from the judge.


April 4, 2009

BY CAROL MARIN Sun-Times Columnist

Power to the people. Parking meters proved that point.

Two Sundays ago, I wrote about what looked like a citizen rebellion -- boycott, even -- of Mayor Daley's newly privatized, exponentially more expensive, parking meters that now demand to be fed 24/7 in parts of the city. Your e-mails confirmed it.


April 4, 2009

BY CAROL MARIN Sun-Times Columnist

Power to the people. Parking meters proved that point.

Two Sundays ago, I wrote about what looked like a citizen rebellion -- boycott, even -- of Mayor Daley's newly privatized, exponentially more expensive, parking meters that now demand to be fed 24/7 in parts of the city. Your e-mails confirmed it.

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