Peaceful start to NATO protests


More than 2000 reporters from around the world will be covering the NATO summit here. Chicago hopes they’ll pass along the good word about the Windy City.

To our most gracious foreign guests from the North Atlantic Treaty Organization: (This includes world leaders, dignitaries, generals, distinguished diplomats and all you foreign spymasters who think you’re fooling somebody by

Conflicting views collided Thursday, just hours before the start of the NATO summit and a possibly tumultuous march against the organization over the weekend, CBS 2′s Mike Parker reports.

Then last August they heard that the NATO summit was coming to Chicago, bringing in dozens of political leaders and their entourages including US President Barack Obama. There would be added security, street closures and protests.

I’m not talking about NATO and world affairs, but Chicago’s Mayor Rahm Emanuel and the Ricketts family. World leaders gathering in this city today might want to take a good look at how Emanuel goes about solving the Ricketts Ruckus.

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