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Chicago’s Morning Answer Show Notes: Wednesday 4/12/2017


CNN Senior Economist and Donald Trump adviser Stephen Moore joined Dan and Amy with reaction to the special election in Kansas and what it means for Trump support in the midwest:


This morning Dan and Amy broadcast from RJW Logistics in Lockport as part of the Signature Bank Business Tour. They met Kevin Williamson the CEO and talked about how their business has been successful in the unpredictable economy:


Is free speech a thing of the past on college campuses? Heather MacDonald with City Journal joined Dan and Amy to talk about her experience at Claremont McKenna College in California:


Outrage has continued to grow following the treatment of Dr. David Dao, a doctor from Kentucky, on Sunday aboard the Louisville-bound plane. This despite the fact that media outlets were beginning to report the doctor has a less than stellar past. Elected officials in the Chicago area are now beginning to call for an investigation into United.


White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer generate some controversy on Tuesday because of comments during the daily press briefing — in which he tried to condemn Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad by saying, “You had someone as despicable as Hitler, who didn’t even sink to using chemical weapons.


Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov began a meeting with his US counterpart Rex Tillerson in Moscow with a warning — do not strike the Syrian regime again. The two top diplomats are sitting down together in Moscow on Wednesday for what are expected to be painstaking talks, after a chemical attack in northwestern Syria plunged the old Cold War enemies to a new low.


There is a company called RedTire, the matches retiring business owners who have no one to pass the business on to, with new owners who will carry on the business.


Chris Arnade has created a photo essay documenting the decline of Cairo, Illinois.