After all the Superbowl treats have been eaten and drinks have been drunk on Sunday and there is a lull in the Superbowl action, don't despair, you will still have one big treat in store for you on Sunday.
Jeff Berkowitz will join Paul Caprio, Executive Director of Family-Pac and a leading force in the Illinois conservative movement as a guest this Sunday night on Tom Roeser's often edgy, breaking news Sunday, call-in radio show, Political Shoot-out, on WLS 890 AM Radio, from 8:00 pm to 9:00 pm.
You say you don't live within the WLS broadcast area? Not to worry. You can still go to the station's website to listen to the program live, on the web.
Upset with something Berkowitz said on his show, Public Affairs with Jeff Berkowitz, something he wrote on this blog or just the way he looks? Tom Roeser's show on Sunday night is your chance to fire back. A free fire zone, so to speak. Also, you can help shape the show and its topics by calling in with your questions and comments--312-591-8900..
Tom Roeser usually covers a broad range of national, state and local issues but I anticipate we will focus tomorrow night on Tuesday's election returns, and their aftermath, in Illinois.
Of course, the above is just a guess by this journalist as to the major topic that this Sunday night's show might focus on. The ultimate choice is up to the show's host, Tom Roeser, his lovely and brilliant wife, Lillian and his listener call-ins.
This journalist's surmise as to the political (and other) personalities who might be discussed this Sunday night include, without limitation, President Obama, Speaker Pelosi, Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin, Minnesota Gov. Pawlenty, General Petraeus, Former Alabama Governor Huckabee, Wisconsin Cong. Paul Ryan, Mississippi Gov. Haley Barbour, Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney; Illinois Republican Primary former Gov. Candidates Proft, Andrzejewski, Ryan and McKenna-- and the two candidates still vying for the Republican Party nomination: Brady and Dillard; Former Democratic Guv candidate and still State Comptroller Dan Hynes, Democratic Governor and nominee by the Democrats for Governor in the fall election Pat Quinn; Lt. Gov. nominees Plummer (R) and Cohen (D); Cohen's former girlfriend/prostitute; Speaker Mike Madigan; Republican U. S. Senate Nominee Cong. Kirk; Kirk's former competitors Hughes, Lowery, Thomas and Arrington; Democratic U. S. Senate nominee Alexi Giannoulias and his former competitors for the nomination: David Hoffman, Cheryle Jackson and Jacob Meister.
Visit the Public Affairs with Jeff Berkowitz youtube page to watch any of the last two years' weekly Public Affairs shows.