Posts tagged "David Axelrod"

Speaking at UChicago’s Institute of Politics, Five senior personnel predict it is President Hillary Clinton in 2016

Politico names Hillary the 2016 Democratic Party nominee for President Concluding a luncheon discussion on Tuesday of this week at the University of Chicago’s Institute of Politics (“IOP ”, headed by former Obama senior adviser David Axelrod) at Ida Noyes on 59th Street in Hyde Park, Roger Simon, Chief political columnist at and currently... Read more »

Better than former Obama senior political adviser David Axelrod with Gov. Chris Christie: Berkowitz w/UChicago Institute of Politics' Fellow Miguel Silva, Cable and Web

Tonight’s City of Chicago edition of “Public Affairs,” features Miguel Silva, Fellow, Institute of Politics at the University of Chicago and Latin American political campaign consultant, FTI. The program airs throughout the City at 8:30 pm on Cable Ch. 21.     Silva debates and discusses with show host Jeff Berkowitz the important grouping of countries, economic growth... Read more »

Way Better than Monday Night Football, Berkowitz w/ National Review's and IOP's Ramesh Ponnuru, Web and Cable

Tonight’s City of Chicago edition of “Public Affairs,” features  Ramesh Ponnuru, a Senior Editor at the National Review (a conservative bi-weekly magazine which was started more than a half century ago by the late William F. Buckley, Jr).  Mr. Ponnuru was a Fellow during the Autumn Quarter, 2013   at the University of Chicago’s (and... Read more »

Better than Florida State v. Auburn: Berkowitz v. University of Chicago's Axelrod and Edwards, Cable and Web

With big time, Democrat Superstar Axelrod at the helm of the University of Chicago’s Institute of Politics, can it really be balanced? Tonight’s Chicago Metro North and Northwest suburban edition of “Public Affairs,” features Steve Edwards, former Chicago Public Radio program host and now Deputy Director, Programming, Institute of Politics at the University of Chicago.... Read more »

Better than Rich Miller at the City Club of Chicago: Berkowitz interviewing the University of Chicago's Institute of Politics' Steve Edwards, Cable and Web

Tonight’s City of Chicago edition of “Public Affairs,” features  Steve Edwards, former program host at Chicago Public Radio and currently Deputy Director of Programming at the University of Chicago’s (and David Axelrod’s Institute of Politics (“IOP”)). The shows features Edwards debating and discussing with show host Jeff Berkowitz  the abilities and skills of  President Obama’s... Read more »

Did Obama blow it by not being a centrist? Berkowitz w/ Cook Political Report's Amy Walter, Cable and Web

Amy Walter: … So, that sort of set the tone. Then we move into—and this was the argument-which was, it’s beyond just—should [Obama] have cobbled together a bi-partisan coalition. The other piece was- was this the right time to do healthcare reform, right? You still have an economy that is struggling [in 2009-2010]. Tonight’s City of... Read more »

Better than Bears v. Packers: Berkowitz w/the Cook Political Report's Amy Walter, Web and Cable

Amy Walter: …Montana, West Virginia, South Dakota…Alaska, Louisiana and  Arkansas… Democratic held [but Red state seats], right?  Those are all up.  So, when you look at the numbers [in 2014-the Republicans say]: “Oh, I can get to six more U. S. Senate Seats, ” you just take every state that Mitt Romney carried… and keep... Read more »

The John Wyma-Rod Blagojevich relationship: A retrial winning argument for Blago?

John Wyma, now portrayed as a D. C.  lobbyist, perhaps knew Rod Blagojevich as well as anybody as Blagojevich rose in political power and Wyma became wealthy from that connection.  After working and socializing with Rod and profiting from his relationship with him all those years, Wyma decided to cooperate with the Feds.  But, did... Read more »

Off and running for Mayor of Chicago: The top ten candidates to replace Daley in 2011.

The top ten candidates likely to run and win the race for Mayor of Chicago in 2011 are listed below. None of these individuals has said he will run, but they all are likely to give the race careful consideration now that Mayor Richard M. Daley has indicated he will not run for re-election.  These ten... Read more »

Hillary Clinton: Fired up and ready to run in 2012

First paragraph revised at 8:10 pm on Friday night.  There is now a good chance that Hillary Clinton, 62, will run for President in 2012 [which she of course denies].  The Hillary story is the story that the mainstream media missed yesterday.  It all starts with the unraveling of the Obama administration policy with Iran. Hillary seems to be on top... Read more »