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  • 00:37

    Chicago Bankruptcy Questions and Answers With Joseph Wrobel, December 2015

    in Legal

    Chicago bankruptcy and consumer credit attorney Joseph Wrobel shares news and updates in bankruptcy law as well as business and consumer financial matters. It has been documented that financial troubles can cause all sorts of ailments, the most common of which is sleeplessness. Joseph Wrobel helps clients alleviate their anxiety created by the inability to pay bills and the embarrassment of financial distress.


    Sample questions answered in this 30-minute show:



    Can I still file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, even after I was served with a foreclosure complaint?
    What is the pre-bankruptcy course, and why and when do I have to complete it?
    Are there limits to the interest fees and charges I have to pay on credit card debt in Chapter 13?
    How does reaffirmation work with loans for homes and vehicles when we want to keep them?
    How will I be affected by my spouse’s bankruptcy filing, and do I also need to file with them?


    Joseph Wrobel has been a practicing attorney since 1973 and has experience in a wide variety of law relating to legal matters for individuals and families. Wrobel helps clients get out of debt and get a fresh start. He is an active member in several bar associations and the Bankruptcy Panel of Pro Bono Program of the Chicago Volunteer Legal Services. After serving the U.S. Army Reserve 363rd Civil Affairs Unit, Wrobel earned a B.A. in Psychology from Northwestern University and in 1973, he earned a JD from DePaul University Law School.


    Visit our Chicago Bankruptcy website online for more about the firm or call for more information at (312) 781-0996 or e-mail at JosephWrobel@ChicagoBankruptcy.com.

  • 00:30

    Chicago Update

    in Entertainment

    Show about Chicago and whats going on

  • 00:30

    Chicago Bears Breakdown: Episode 3

    in Football

    Today on Red Light Sports Network's Chicago Bears Breakdown, host Lucas Wimmer (@LucasAWimmer) will make his super extremely way too early season win loss predictions. Predictions will be broken down week by week, starting with Sunday's opener against the Buffalo Bills. If time permits, some updates on some of the Bears' position battles will be touched on as well.

  • 00:30

    Chicago Bears Breakdown: Episode 1

    in Football

    A show detailing recent Chicago Bears football news, hosted by Lucas Wimmer (@LucasAWimmer). This week, topics will include the Bears' recent signings, mainly Santonio Holmes and Darius Reynaud. Also, we will look over the Bears' upcoming preseason game against the Seattle Seahawks this Friday, August 22. The Bears' preseason is coming to a close, so what can we expect to see in terms of position battles (especially free safety, backup quarterback and backup running back) during this game? Tune in to find out.

  • 00:16

    Chicago Bears Breakdown: Episode 6

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    On this episode of Red Light Sports Network's Chicago Bears Breakdown, hosted by Lucas Wimmer (@LucasAWimmer), the Packers' route of the Bears will be discussed. What went wrong and what needs to be improved will be covered, and next week's matchup with the Carolina Panthers will be touched on as well. What to expect from Jared Allen, Kyle Fuller and the rest of the Bears' defense will be another topic, as well as the weekly stock watch.

  • 00:30

    Chicago Bears Breakdown: Episode 5

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    Today on Red Light Sports Network's Chicago Bears Breakdown, hosted by Lucas Wimmer (@LucasAWimmer), Chicago's thrilling Sunday night victory over the San Francisco 49ers will be discussed, as well as the upcoming Monday night game against the New York Jets. The injuries to a large group of Bears players, espeically Charles Tillman, will be discussed as well, including what we can expect from their replacements/how long they are expected to be out. A weekly stock watch will be given as well.

  • 00:30

    Chicago Bears Breakdown Episode 2

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    On this episode of Red Light Sports Network's Chicago Bears Breakdown, hosted by Lucas Wimmer (@LucasAWimmer), the main topic of discussion will be roster cuts. The Bears' most important and most surprising cuts will be discussed, as well as new cuts, as teams are required to bring their roster down to 75 by 4 p.m. eastern today. Also touched on will be the Bears' preseason game against the Seattle Seahawks, and what to expect in their upcoming preseason game against the Cleveland Browns.

  • 00:29

    Chicago Bears Breakdown: Episode 4

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    This week on Red Light Sports Network's Chicago Bears Breakdown, host Lucas Wimmer (@LucasAWimmer) will go over the Bears recent loss to the Buffalo Bills. Analysis will be given on what went wrong, what could have been done better and how the Bears can improve going forward into their game this Sunday at San Franciso. Also, this episode will have the inaugural "Stock Watch," which will be done every game week. Three players with rising stock and three players with falling stock will be discussed.

  • 01:00

    A Taste of Chicago;

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    And This Is It, "A Taste of Chicago."

  • 00:46

    Censored News Stories of The Year on Chicago Street Journal w Host Ron Carter.

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    Chicago Street Journal (CSJ) formerly South Street Journal for almost 20 years is “Chicago’s Newest Media Voice” and is ON THE AIR every Monday evening at 7:00 PM CST.  Call in with your questions and comments at 646-716-8651.


    We welcome the Publisher and Editor of Chicago Street Journal, Mr. Ron Carter as he shares news that matters to Chi-Town.


    Joining Ron this evening will be “Special Media Correspondent” Andy Anderson of The Northwest Information Service.  This organization was established in 1985 for the express purpose of helping Americans understand very specific areas of information related to the mainstream media in America.


    This evening’s topic “Ten Top Censored News Stories of The Year” is based on “Censored News” published by Somona State University.


    You can reach Mr. Anderson for further discussion and interviews at 847-312-0235.


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    Executive Producer


    Chicago's Black Business RADIO Network

  • 00:43

    The Chicago Story

    in Politics

    A week before Laquan McDonald was shot 16 times by a Chicago police officer in October 2014, the killing of another African-American man on the city's South Side was also caught on a police dash-cam video.Like the McDonald case, a police union spokesman showed up to the scene where Ronald Johnson III had been shot through the back on Oct. 12, 2014, and told reporters that the officer had fired in fear for his life.An official police statement later claimed that Johnson, 25, had turned and pointed a gun at the officers during a foot chase and that the weapon was recovered in his hand.But the dash-cam video – which the city has fought to keep hidden -- shows otherwise, lawyers for Johnson's family allege."The city is attempting to cover up another fatal shooting of an unarmed African-American man," attorney Michael Oppenheimer said at a news conference Tuesday calling for the video's release. "The video clearly shows Robert Johnson was not carrying a weapon...The police department planted that gun."Chicago Tribune


    Filmmaker Spike Lee made it clear he believes a cover-up occurred at the highest levels."It has to be," Lee told CNN's Don Lemon. "This is like some Watergate stuff.""A lot of questions have to be answered," Lee said. "Who made the decision why this tape was held so long? And who saw the tape?. He was charged with first-degree murder in McDonald's death just hours before the video's release. Said Lee: "Shenanigans to me."