Home Chicago News Rahm Emanuel, universities partner to lure tech entrepreneurs – Sun-Times Rahm Emanuel, universities partner to lure tech entrepreneurs - Sun-Times March 15, 2017 0 Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter City Hall plans to announce that it’s forging a partnership with five Chicago-based universities to create what it calls Global Entrepreneur in Residence programs. ShareTwitterEmailPrintGoogleFacebook Read Article Recent Wirepoints Originals The Education Funding Bill is a Monstrosity of Unknown Proportions – Wirepoints Original July 25, 2017 Shame on everybody who has let SB1 get as far along as it has with such little understanding, Republicans and Democrats alike. Rauner’s New Staff, Extremism and the Stockholm Syndrome – Wirepoints Original July 20, 2017 That which can't pass the establishment in the General Assembly and its enablers in the press is "too radical" for Illinois. The Importance of Being Scared (in Illinois) – WP Original July 12, 2017 "If you are protected from dark things then you have no protection of, knowledge of, or understanding of dark things when they show up.” New Financial Statements: Cook County Bleeding Red Worse Than Ever – Wirepoints Original July 11, 2017 And check out the ten-year record of huge losses. Outrageous Giveaway to Muni Bond Buyers Hidden in Massive Budget Bill – Wirepoints Original July 11, 2017 We are being looted. The muni bond industry is going all out to keep raising the credit card limit and sucking every ounce of blood out to ensure it gets repaid. The Many Ways Illinoisans Won’t Pay Higher Taxes – Wirepoints Original July 6, 2017 It's not just that people are moving out. Progress for Illinois? Here’s a Small Hint. – Wirepoints Original July 6, 2017 Read this and guess where it's from. Most House Members Don’t Know What’s in the $36 Billion Spending Bill Passed – Wirepoints Original July 3, 2017 "We have no idea what's in it." - House Minority Leader Jim Durkin With All Reforms Now Off the Table, Illinois Faces Disaster No Matter What – WP Original July 2, 2017 Illinois has a financial crisis, not a budget crisis.