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The [Monday] Papers

I'm not as quick to acquit Jay Cutler for his role in Sunday's debacle as our very own Jim "Coach" Coffman and many of his sports media brethren, but you have to wonder why the Bears had absolutely no answer for at least mitigating Aaron Rodgers.

Coffman has more in SportsMonday: The Rivalry Is Dead.

Coffman also talked Bears on WBEZ this morning; we'll bring you the audio on Tuesday as it isn't available yet.


Bears kicker Robbie Gould just said on The Score that their onside kick attempt near the end of the first half was a great call because the Packers weren't expecting it. But if you read SportsMonday, you'll learn that that isn't true - the Packers saw it coming.

The Beachwood Radio Hour #25!
Beat Up On Brucey Week.

Just Another Empty Carhartt Jacket. Including: Nursing Homes On Trial. The Cross-Purposes Of Tax Avoidance. Ghost Killers On The Run. The Political Odds. Lovable Losers. Memoir Of A Skinhead.

The College Football Report Top Ten: Army To Amway
Multi-level marketing at its best.

Ode To The 2014 White Sox
The problems are many,
The holes need filling.
Start with the bullpen.
Their 4.38 ERA is chilling

The Cub Factor
Will appear later this week.

The Weekend In Chicago Rock
Featuring: Coves, The Raveonettes, A Great Big Pile of Leaves, Sebadoh, Enforcer, Hag Face, The Minor Ninths, Lemaitre, Porter Robinson, Cage the Elephant, The Black Keys, Lake Street Dive, Alice Boman, and Mount Erie.


* Unemployment Isn't A Bug, It's A Feature.

Sadly, this is exactly how Federal Reserve policy-making works. The Fed will raise interest rates - squeezing the amount of money available to companies - when the unemployment rate starts to trend "too low." It does this ostensibly because it fears inflation, which happens to lessen the value of assets that rich people (who don't really make their money on wages) hold. Even worse, the rock-solid relationship between inflation and unemployment isn't even rock-solid upon inspection (look up NAIRU). Of course, these days corporations are sitting on unprecedented amounts of cash which they are hoarding instead of investing. Meanwhile, lives are destroyed.

* Fact-Checking Conservative, Latently Racist 'Black-on-Black' Crime 'Outrage' And Concern Trolling.

See (and listen to) also: The Beachwood Radio Hour #20: The Outrage Is In Your Face.

* Alderman Believes Online Poll Is Valuable Policy-Making Tool.

Get it together, Tunney.

* Say 'No' To The Iliana Expressway (Again).

I want to believe in the Iliana, but the policy geeks are in consensus and make a persuasive case.










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Posted on September 29, 2014

MUSIC - Chief Keef Changed The Industry.
TV - Vizio's Best Product Is You.
POLITICS - UIC: Soda Taxes Work.
SPORTS - More McCaskey Malpractice.

BOOKS - All About Poop.


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