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Chicago’s Morning Answer Show Notes: Friday 4/28/2017

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Mike Gallagher had the chance to visit the White House and sit down with President Trump about his first 100 days in office. He joined Dan and Amy to talk about his experience:

 

Richard Rubin the tax reporter for the Wall Street Journal joined Dan and Amy with reaction to the tax plan proposed by President Trump:

 

Peter Wood the President of the National Association of Scholars joined Dan and Amy with reaction to the fight over Ann Coulter’s canceled speech at Berkeley:

 

Ann Coulter was a presence even in her absence in Berkeley Thursday. The conservative firebrand backed away from making a controversial visit to the home of the University of California. But the furor over her cancelled appearance still brought hundreds of protesters and a massive police presence to the campus and a nearby city park.

 

A new biography of former President Obama suggests that early in his life he considered becoming homosexual.

 

We continued our look at property taxes in the Chicago area. West Pullman, on Chicago’s far south side, has two real estate markets. There’s the actual market, set by what buyers will pay and what sellers will accept. And there’s the government one, with home values dictated by Cook County Assessor’s office. That set of numbers is used to calculate property taxes.

 

We’re getting more details on the tragic death of Simon the rabbit that died on his way from England to O’Hare. Apparently he died while waiting for his connecting flight, as so many travelers have over the year.