Monday, May 31, 2004

Updated May 31, 8:00 pm-Tonight's guest on Public Affairs is Cong.Jesse Jackson, Jr.

The city edition of our show, "Public Affairs," airs throughout the City of Chicago, tonight, Memorial Day, at its usual Monday night slot, 8:30 pm, Cable Ch. 21.

Tonight's show features Cong. Jesse Jackson, Jr. (D- Homewood, 2nd CD) debating and discussing The War and democracy; the Al Qaeda threat; Brown v. Board of Education, Zelman v. Harris, School Choice/school vouchers, Education in general and Constitutional Amendments; Democratic U. S. Senate Candidate Barack Obama; a Third Airport in Peotone-- and O'Hare and Midway Expansion; a casino for the South Side or south suburbs and growing the Economy on the South Side and in the south suburbs with Jeff Berkowitz, show host and legal recruiter.

Partial Transcripts of and commentary about the show with Cong. Jesse Jackson, Jr. are included, below at entries dated, May 26, 12:30 am and 12:00 pm; May 25, 9:00 pm; and May 21, 2:30 am.

New content added daily to this blog. Watch for an upcoming blog re the Jack Ryan/Barack Obama senate race, perhaps added as soon as tonight.

Next Monday night's [June 7] City of Chicago Edition of "Public Affairs," features Jack Ryan, U. S. Senate Candidate, answering the question-- Can Jack beat Barack Obama at his own Game? and much, much more.
You can reach Jeff Berkowitz, host and producer of "Public Affairs," and legal recruiter at