Posts tagged "Public Affairs with Jeff Berkowitz"
Berkowitz: How [do you bring jobs back to America?] Donald Trump: by being smart… The below Donald Trump Q/A is excerpted from a June 29, 2015 Press Conference at Maggiano’s in the Chicago Loop. The presser lasted about 12 minutes, with about half of that time being devoted to immigration issue questions,... Read more »
Frustrated by Charleston, Tribune columnist Huppke throws logic out the window w/his call for more gun control
Chicago Tribune columnist Rex Huppke, in his frustration, abandons logic in yesterday’s column about the tragic killing of nine innocent people in Charleston last Wednesday. He thinks politicians are being disingenuous in their response to these murders. Huppke asserts they are shedding “Crocodile tears.” Let’s take a look at the Tribune columnist’s argument and see... Read more »
Better than Rachel Maddow w/ Speaker Hastert: Berkowitz w/ UChicago Professor Stephanopoulos on Constitutional Law: Cable/Web
Prof. Stephanopoulos: …In terms of … credentials, writing ability… Justice Kagan is the most promising member of the liberal bloc on the Supreme Court… The Public Affairs program featuring UChicago Law School Constitutional Law Professor Nick Stephanopoulos airs tonight throughout the City of Chicago at 8:30 pm and midnight on Cable Ch. 21 (CAN TV).... Read more »
Mayor Emanuel, Vitale and Ruiz rolled by education monopoly protectionists: CPS Board sends Uptown Noble Academy charter school kids packing-- for now.
Content revised and video link added at 3:30 pm on Thursday. It is as if Rahm Emanuel said, “All those pols, making such a fuss. Well, then, Damn the kids. I can’t help everybody.” Yesterday, some major damage was done by the CPS Board to the education opportunities for many kids in Chicago. But, before... Read more »
Governor Rauner…can honestly say his balanced budget and … legislation …are consistent with the principles he laid out during his election campaign. –Gov. Bruce Rauner’s principles. If you think like Bruce Rauner, there is no point in being Governor unless you wake up every day with a plan of action to implement your principles-- and... Read more »
Who vetted Ponce's Emanuel-Garcia debate questions for Rahmster bias? Will WTTW apologize? Inquiring minds want to know.
Supplemented at 3:30 pm on Thursday, April 23, 2015. Sylvia Puente and Rosa Garcia complain to WTTW’s Community Advisory Board on Tuesday night: Was Phil Ponce biased in his conduct of the Chicago Mayoral Debate/forum on March 31, 2015? Sylvia Puente, Executive Director of the Latino Policy Forum and Rosa Garcia (no relation... Read more »
Better than OSU v. Oregon: Watch Mayor Emanuel's guys (Negron and Bouman) play TV economists, Cable and Web
Tonight’s City of Chicago edition of Public Affairs airs throughout the City at 8:30 pm and midnight on Cable Ch. 21 [CANTV]. The show features a discussion of the impact of Chicago’s new minimum wage ordinance on unemployment by show host Jeff Berkowitz, Michael Negron- Mayor Emanuel’s Policy Chief and John Bouman- President of the... Read more »
Eye on IL Governor-Elect Rauner (and news flash about Indiana Gov. and possible Presidential candidate Mike Pence), Cable and Web
Tonight’s Chicago Metro suburban edition of Public Affairs features Governor-Elect Bruce Rauner. The show airs in 24 North and Northwest suburbs at 8:30 pm on Comcast Cable Ch. 19 or 35. [See, below, for the airing channel in your neck of the woods]. The show includes an introduction by show host Jeff Berkowitz, covering the... Read more »
Watch Gov. Elect Rauner questioned by Ahearn, Anderson, Berkowitz, Flannery, Levine, Schutz, Thomas, et al, Cable and Web
Tonight’s City of Chicago edition of Public Affairs features Governor-Elect Bruce Rauner. The show airs throughout the City at 8:30 pm and midnight on Cable Ch. 21 [CANTV]. The show includes an introduction by show host Jeff Berkowitz, covering the top five things you should know about Bruce Rauner (Go here to read about these items).... Read more »
The Bruce Rauner watch, part 2: A Republican fishing among the Hispanic clergy for Hispanic votes in IL Governor’s race
Hispanic minister: Pat Quinn…promised too many things and a lot of them he never accomplished. So, I think it is time for a change. *************** If you want to learn how to catch fish, try talking to the fish. If you want to learn if Bruce Rauner, the Republican candidate for Governor, is making headway... Read more »