Topics: Chicago Public Schools
Visions and Hallucinations
September 7, 2022
This morning Kevin O’Neill starts the show on the energy needed for electric vehicles, how much inflation has affected consumer spending patterns, and current baseball. The Professor, Russell Rhoads, calls in for hour two to discuss inflation worldwide, Big Ten football, the logistics of Crypto, and the reported enrollment decrease in Chicago high schools.
The Education of Vocation
September 2, 2022
Kevin O’Neill leads off with talk on how schools should be teaching vocational skills, previous experiences in the world of academics, and Hal Snarr’s upcoming book. Karl Denninger of Market Ticker joins in the conversation, continuing the topic of education and analyzing the latest report from the Labor Department.
Sugar, Honey, Ice Tea
August 31, 2022
Kevin O’Neill leads off talking BBB&Y stock, College Football, MLB, Houdini and more. Lastly, we are joined by former 1st Congressional District Candidate and Public Servant, Karin Norington-Reaves to talk on her election campaign, her Grandmother’s experience with elections, troubles facing the education system in Chicago and more.
What’s That Got To Do With The Price of Wheat In Russia?
March 28, 2022
Greg Pappas starts off our first hour to discuss the NCAA Final Four and Agriculture stocks. John Flannigan takes over for hour two, to talk about census taking, the decrease in Illinois population, and Chicago politics. Karl Denninger of Market Ticker makes a last minute call in to discuss the Ukraine Crisis.
The Market is Always Right … Eventually
December 19, 2018
Kevin O’Neill calls in for hour one to discuss a slowing economy, personal umpire arguments and much more. Fari Hamzei of Hamzei Analytics shares a quick markets hit. Then, Russell Rhoads calls in for hour two talking NFL playoff scenarios, holiday spending forecasts and outlandish Illinois taxes.