Better than Fox News Sunday and Meet the Press! Berkowitz on cable/web: Are we incarcerating criminals less & getting more crime? Any GOV candidate argue: -to reverse that, -Pritzker soft on crime, -teachers' unions harmful, -for parental K-12 control, -much lower public sector salaries & pensions & -much lower property taxes.

Do IL and the Nation suffer from too little detention and incarceration of criminals?

Are IL Dems the real racists on crime and K-12 education?

Are blacks disproportionately in IL jails and IL prisons because they disproportionately commit crimes?

For answers to these questions, watch this week’s “Public Affairs.”

You can watch the program w/show host Jeff Berkowitz by clicking here. And on cable:

-In Chicago: Today, Sunday morning, Ch 19, 8:54 am and

-in Aurora: Monday, Wed and Sat nights, Ch 10, 6 pm

-in Highland Park: Monday and Wed. nights, Ch. 17, 8:30 pm

  • in 25 Chicago Metro N & NW suburbs, Tuesday night, 8:30 pm, Comcast Cable:

 ––Ch. 19 in Buffalo Grove, Elk Grove Village, Hoffman Estates, parts of Inverness, Lincolnwood, Morton Grove, Niles, NorthfieldPalatine, Rolling Meadows and Wilmette and on

-– Ch. 35 in Arlington Heights,Bartlett, Glenview, Golf, Des Plaines, Hanover Park, Mt. Prospect, Northbrook, Park Ridge, Prospect Heights, Schaumburg, Skokie, Streamwood and Wheeling and

-in Rockford: Thursday night, Ch 17, 8:30 pm

And, learn what, if anything, the five primary GOP GOV candidates are saying, outside their ads, about whether and how to cut:

— skyrocketing violent crime,

–IL’s education spending, which is the 8th largest in the Nation,

–Il’s 2nd highest property taxes in the Nation,

–IL’s teachers’ unions monopoly power

— IL’s enormously high teacher salaries and pensions.

Also, who is favored, as of now, to win the GOP Gov Primary? And, why?  

And, learn who is:

-funding: Aurora Mayor Richard Irvin, Senator Darren Bailey and Businessman Gary Rabine and Venture Capitalist Jesse Sullivan and how much?  

endorsing Senator Bailey, why and does it matter?   

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