Rahm Emanuel


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The only nonnegotiable principle here is success. Everything else is negotiable.feedback
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May 05 2017
Rahm Emanuel has been quoted 41 times. The one recent article where Rahm Emanuel has been quoted is How successful immigrant entrepreneurs are changing Chicago-and the US. Most recently, Rahm Emanuel was quoted as having said, “If you work hard and play by the rules, I want you to call Chicago home.”.
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The national debate is all screwed up. Principals create the environment. They create a culture of accountability. They create a sense of community. And none of us, nationally, ever debate principals.feedback

I'm passing it through the U.S. Congress with people who represent constituents.feedback

For all the people who said we just need a business person in the White House, you got it. Beware.feedback

We need our police to have high professional standards, the training to support them in those high professional standards and the certainty to be proactively involved. If you look at the last year across the country and then say, The only answer is to go to stop-and-frisk. That's it,' that's not where the world is today.feedback

Body cameras, while not a panacea, are a win-win for officers and the public. They provide a firsthand look at the dangerous situations officers encounter on a daily basis, and improve transparency while building trust.feedback

The Chicago Cubs winning the World Series is about more than a game, more than a team, and more than a sport. It is about generations who have come together around radios, televisions, and within the friendly confines of Wrigley Field to root for the home team and share triumphs and defeats. Cubs fans have never given up hope that this day was possible, and this young team made it happen.feedback

McDonald's "death was a wake-up call for our city on an issue that has challenged the city for decades, and brought a renewed commitment to a public conversation about policing and community relations.feedback

Two years ago Laquan McDonald lost his life tragically and unnecessarily. We will continue working together across the city to build a brighter future by restoring trust between residents and our officers, and implementing the reforms necessary to prevent this from happening again.feedback

It is a budget free of an immediate pension crisis, free of the black cloud of insolvency threatening the retirements of city employees and the financial future of Chicago.feedback

It was a fair offer that recognized the hard work for our teachers.feedback

Our residents and our officers deserve certainty about the disciplinary process, and it is up to us to ensure the right tools are in place for thorough and timely investigations of complaints against officers.feedback

Fighting crime requires a partnership between the police and the community. And we all know that this partnership has been tested in Chicago. It is a problem that has festered in this city for decades. The shooting of Laquan McDonald brought it to a breaking point.feedback

The deck has been stacked against the kids. It's time we reshuffle the deck and put our kids on the top of that deck.feedback

Every one of us has a role to play in rebuilding the vital partnership between our police and the community. So today I am calling on all Chicagoans to join in a comprehensive plan to confront gun violence. No matter who you are, what your background is, where you live in Chicago, this fight belongs to all of us.feedback

The Vice Lords are ready to be a mentor. Is Chicago ready to be a mentor? The Gangster Disciples is ready to be a role model. Is Chicago ready to be a role model?feedback

I want you to know, based on 50-to-0, we have your back.feedback

The idea that a bunch of gang members would threaten violence against the men and women every Chicagoan relies on for their own safety is absolutely unacceptable.feedback

Today, one of the big question marks that hung around the city because of past decisions – or past decisions that were not made – we have addressed. Every one of the city's pensions has a dedicated revenue stream ... to keep the promise not only to the employees, but to the city's future and do it in a way that does not undermine the economic well-being of the city.feedback

This is the result of hard work and difficult decisions, which have put Chicago on path towards long-term financial stability after decades of mismanagement.feedback

This landmark agreement is a big step in the right direction to help protect and educate the public about the true risks and benefits of highly potent and highly addictive painkillers. The use of these drugs has led to a dramatic rise in drug addiction, overdose and diversion in communities across the nation, including in Chicago.feedback

Unfortunately, time has run out and the moment we've consistently warned about has arrived - Chicago's loss will be another city's gain.feedback

Everything we've done – not just between taxis and ride-sharing, but in the sense of [bike-sharing program] Divvy and investing in public transportation – is to give commuters safe, reliable and comfortable choices.feedback

We have clearly the busiest aviation systems in the country. And this was…why it's unacceptable. It was all predictable.feedback

I don't want to see our kids punished on their education. They get one shot at it. I believe they belong in the classroom, learning.feedback

These policies are not the end of the challenge. They are the beginning of the solution that Chicago has faced for decades. We can change the culture, piece by piece, policy by policy, to provide the safety that every resident deserves and to rebuild the trust where it has been lost.feedback

Being Mayor of the city of Chicago is the greatest job I've ever had and the greatest job in the world. I am humbled at the opportunity to continue to serve you, the greatest city with the greatest people, for the next four years.feedback

Mr President, I thought I was tough. But as someone who saw firsthand how close our nation came to the brink and what you had to do to put America back on track, I want to thank you for being the toughest leader any country could ask for in the toughest times any president has ever faced.feedback

Well, to quote Tony Hayward, he's got his life back, as he would say. And I think we can all conclude that Tony Hayward is not going to have a second career in PR consulting.feedback

There's really a substance here that matters. That's clearly a PR mistake, but he's made a number of those mistakes. What's important is: are we capping the well? Are we capturing the oil? Are we containing the cleanup? Are we filing the claims? Are we also cleaning up the mess? That's what's important.feedback

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