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August 2009 Archives

August 29, 2009

BY CAROL MARIN Sun-Times Columnist

"I don't want to be portrayed that I don't have any feelings whatsoever. You know what . . . it's Illinois politics . . . Illinois politics is a contact sport . . . If you want to play it, get in the game and you may get hurt. I paid a very serious price."
------Scott Fawell on WTTW's "Chicago Tonight"

E-mails were thrown like bricks through my computer screen in the wake of my interview with Scott Fawell last week.

August 26, 2009

BY CAROL MARIN Sun-Times Columnist

The feds can't -- just yet -- deport Michigan restaurateur Ibrahim Parlak to his native Turkey. But they are frighteningly closer.

And the irony screams out.
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Carol Marin

Tonight on Chicago Tonight (7PM on WTTW's Channel 11) we'll hear from the 2016 Olympic Committee's Pat Ryan and others about whether Rio is suddenly in the lead and what that means. Join us.

I incorrectly reported in Wednesday's column that the Centers for Disease Control in Atlanta did not, thanks to NRA pressure on Congress, track suicides by gun, thus limiting conversations about guns deadly power.
I couldn't have been more incorrect.
The CDC does do that.
Again, I owe an apology and correction to both.

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