Predictably, the deal approved by Congress wasn’t completely satisfying to many lawmakers, even those who voted in favor of it.
Ultimately, Shimkus says he is is not optimistic Congress will avert the fiscal cliff and places much of the blame for that on the Senate.
Illinois Congressman John Shimkus discusses the GOP’s counteroffer in the fiscal talks.
They all have one thing in common: They believe they were sent to Congress by voters who want to see action, even if it requires compromise.
Law enforcement officials interviewed both Lohan and Christian LaBella and determined the accusations against him could not be substantiated.
“Liberal Democrats from the city and suburbs … don’t like our reforms in the food and nutrition portion,” says Shimkus.
It’s a Reardon Roundtable Friday. Catherine Hannaway previews the GOP Convention in Tampa. Dinesh D’Souza discusses his new Obama documentary.
Mark talks with Fred Wessels and Brian Wahby about unpaid parking tickets, John Shimkus and Marc Siegel about ObamaCare, Warren Levinson about the report that came out about Penn State, Ben Tracy about bankruptcy in San Berandino, and Anthony Salvanto about the election.
Republicans decided on Rodney Davis of Taylorville to replace Tim Johnson on November ballot in 13th District.
Javier Mendoza and Sean Coray, performing at the Lift For Life concert this month, join Mark and play in studio. Mark On Money: Scott Feinberg of The Hollywood Reporter breaks down The Avengers’ huge opening. […]