Senator Dick Durbin joins the Steve Cochran Show to discuss the comments that our president made last week about our immigrant nation. The senator doesn’t believe the presidents declarations reflect that of his party. The senator has great admiration and respect for John Kelly and he lost his son in combat so he has great empathy for him.
Senator Dick Durbin joined the show to talk about the president’s comments last week. Chuck Todd, Pat Brady and Eric Adelstein all talk politics. The great Eddie Olczyk talks hockey and Dean Richards has a honey of a deal. John Williams stops by the studio as well to talk about fake news.
Roe Conn, Steve Cochran (Dave Marzullo / WGN Radio) Roe Conn joins the Steve Cochran Show for his weekly visit and they worked through Roe’s jealous of Steve-Ah Las Vegas. Roe shares some stories of going to Las Vegas with Richard Roeper.
Big laughs continue tonight at The Metropolis in Arlington Heights.
It's the Cochran Comedy Tour with your Uncle Lar'...Larry Reeb, John DaCosse, Tim Benker and me.
Showtime is 730p.
Get your tickets at http://metropolisarts.com or at the door tonight! https://t.co/M3IT5j47cv
Every POTUS is at their worst when they govern to their base
Trump giving in to his Chief of Staff (and others) for his 35%'rs...kills 2 bipartisan funding deals AND his Fla party plans
The bare minimum duty of government is to pay for itself. Fail...again
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Selecting a term
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