Posts tagged "Heartland Institute"

Back to the Future:Berkowitz w/Proft on Gov. Rauner's regime change, Cable/Web

Revised slightly and video and other links added at 5:25 am on Tuesday Dan Proft: …The conversation we should be having is about re-thinking how and where we  spend 85% of Illinois’ state government cash… Tonight’s City of Chicago edition of Public Affairs features Dan Proft, WIND 560 AM Radio’s “Chicago Morning Answer,” co-anchor w/Amy Jacobson... Read more »

BGA's Shaw advises Rauner to pick a balanced team of budget advisers; Really? asks Berkowitz after the show; Cable and web

Tonight’s Chicago Metro north and northwest suburban episode of Public Affairs features Andy Shaw, President and CEO of the Better Government  Association [BGA], discussing with show host Jeff Berkowitz how Governor-Elect Bruce Rauner can start getting his arms around the state’s spending and revenue  issues. The show with the BGA’s Shaw airs tonight at 8:30 pm... Read more »

Berkowitz with Cong. Peter Roskam on the efficiencies of Medicare Part D, Web and Cable (8:30 pm and midnight tonight in Chicago)

Cong. Peter Roskam: …the vast majority of Americans…know …if they are able to choose, they … make better choices than bureaucrats; …they know that Obamacare has been a false claim … Tonight’s City of Chicago edition of “Public Affairs,” features Cong. Peter Roskam (R-Wheaton, IL 6th CD). The show airs throughout the City at 8:30... Read more »

Better than the election returns: Berkowitz w/Bruno Behrend on ten liberal mainstream media myths, cable and soon on the web

Tonight’s Chicago Metro North and Northwest suburban edition of “Public Affairs,” features Bruno Behrend, a Senior Fellow at the Heartland Institute. The program airs in its usual 8:30 pm time slot in 24 North and Northwest Chicago Metro suburbs (See below). Bruno Behrend debates and discusses with show host Jeff Berkowitz ten liberal mainstream media myths... Read more »

Better than Tomorrow morning's Union League of Chicago's sponsored Republican Primary Gov Forum, Berkowitz w/Policy Institute's Ted Dabrowski on Charter Schools, Cable and Web

Ted Dabrowski: … I think the big thing about charter schools which [Professor] Tozer [UIC] gets absolutely wrong is that’s the beauty of charter schools… they bring a different approach about how to learn… and that’s what consumers want… Tonight’s Chicago Metro North and Northwest suburban edition of “Public Affairs,” features Ted Dabrowski, VP, Policy,... Read more »

Better than Berkowitz w/Obama, Berkowitz featuring Cong. Peter Roskam, Cable and Web

Public Affairs with Jeff Berkowitz, featuring Cong. Peter Roskam (R-Wheaton, 6th CD),  airs tonight (Tuesday) at 8:30 pm in 24 North and Northwest Chicago Metro suburbs on  Comcast Cable Ch. 19 in Buffalo Grove, Elk Grove Village, Hoffman Estates, parts of Inverness, Lincolnwood, Morton Grove, Niles, Northfield, Palatine, Rolling Meadows and Wilmette. and on Comcast Cable Ch. 35 in Arlington Heights, Bartlett, Glenview, Golf, Des Plaines, Hanover Park,... Read more »

Better than Charlie Rose w/ William F. Buckley, Jr.: Berkowitz w/Free market activist Jack Roeser (Watch now on the web)

Jack Roeser: And, this idiot Obama is trying to give us a single payer system for our medical care. Well, that is the biggest blunder in sight—in my whole lifetime—what that idiot is trying to do there.  But, he has got the great example of a single payer system for K-12 [public] education, where the... Read more »

Watch Illinois Policy Institute's Tillman on Cable/Web: Obama, Gas Prices, School Choice, Milton Friedman, Adam Smith, the Wealth of Nations and oh, so much more.

Is the Illinois Policy Institute (liberty and free market based), reinvigorated in the last few years under the leadership of its CEO, John Tillman, now one of the two most influential public policy think tanks in Illinois? The answer has to be “Yes, it is.”  Major events hosted by the Illinois Policy Institute in the... Read more »

Reaponding to Gov. Quinn's proposed budget: Reform, New ideas and No New Taxes.

Gov. Quinn delivered an essentially status quo budget yesterday. It should be treated as dead on arrival. His education cuts of ten percent are not intended to solve the deficit problem. They are intended, instead, to motivate the teachers unions, the PTAs, the Illinois Association of School Boards, etc. to lobby for Quinn’s proposed 33%... Read more »