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Chicago’s Morning Answer Show Notes: Monday 10/9/2017


CNBC Contributor James Pethokoukis joined Dan and Amy to talk health care, taxes and also reacted to the September unemployment numbers:


John Lott Jr. the President of the Crime Prevention Research Center and author of “The War on Guns” and “More Guns, Less Crime” joined Dan and Amy with reaction to the calls for bans on bump stocks in the wake of the Las Vegas shooting:


Cook County Commissioner Richard Boykin joined Dan and Amy with a progress report on the effort to repeal the Cook County Soda Tax:


Violent left-wing anarchists have announced a nationwide campaign to deface Christopher Columbus statues this coming Monday. Five Christopher Columbus statues have already been vandalized in New York City in recent weeks.


In addition to his frequent forays into casinos and gun shops, Las Vegas strip killer Stephen Paddock took 20 cruises, many of them in Europe and the Middle East.

The NFL Players Association backed its athletes’ right to protest during the national anthem after Vice President Mike Pence on Sunday walked out of a game over players taking a knee.
Senator Bob Corker, the Republican chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, charged in an interview on Sunday that President Trump was treating his office like “a reality show,” with reckless threats toward other countries that could set the nation “on the path to World War III.”
The Michigan State University administration condemned the appearance of a “noose” in a dormitory on Wednesday, calling it a racist symbol and a threat. It turned out to be a shoelace.