Mayor Lightfoot, CarJackings and boredom, and update on Ukraine plus the culture of smoking
Two Guys on Politics: Live on Facebook is a discussion about a wide range of topics, many focused on politics locally in Chicagoland but examining issues nationally and international.
This week’s Season 2, Episode 6 “Two Guys on Politics” podcast, taped on Feb. 10, 2022, looks at how COVID is being used as an excuse for everything from rising prices to even crime, including carjackings and boredom, and also explores rising tensions between Russia and the United States on Ukraine.
Hosts Ray Hanania and Bill Lipinski also discuss the powerful impact that smoking cigarettes had on their lives and the factors involved in how society and Hollywood promoted smoking targeting young people throughout most of the 20th Century.
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In a live broadcast on Facebook, former Congressman Bill Lipinski and former Chicago City Hall reporter Ray Hanania discuss Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s comment that car jackers are basically young people who are bored, and news that two teenagers who is wearing a monitoring ankle bracelets were arrested for shooting another teenager … we’ll discuss updates in the Ukraine crisis … and talk about our experiences involving smoking.
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