Monday, May 15, 2006

Better than NBA Play-off: Chicago Mayoral Candidate Dock Walls

"Public Affairs," features Chicago Mayoral Candidate Bill Dock Walls [R-Palatine] tonight [May 15] through-out the City of Chicago on CANTV, Cable Ch. 21 at 8:30 pm; And, right now, on the "Public Affairs," podcast page on your computer [See here].

The "Public Affairs," podcast page gives you a choice of more than 20 episodes of “Public Affairs," from the last half year [See here], including, in addition to the show with Bill Dock Walls- the only current challenger to Mayor Daley for the February 27, 2007 election, a debate and discussion of immigration, legal and illegal, with University of Illinois at Chicago Professor of Economics, Barry Chiswick and University of Chicago Professor of Economics Hoyt Bleakley; State Senate Candidate Matt Murphy, a recent joint press conference with Senator Obama [D-Illinois] and Congresswoman Bean [D-Barrington] dealing with, among other issues, Iran, Iraq, Defense Secretary Rumsfeld and tax cuts, Senator and Republican nominee for State Treasurer Christine Radogno, the Republican nominee and Democratic incumbent in the 8th CD, David McSweeney and Congresswoman Bean, respectively; Tony Peraica, Republican nominee for Cook County Board President;
[See here].
See here and here for more about tonight's show with Dock Walls, including a partial transcript. The race for Mayor is heating up, with Cong. Luis Gutierrez [D-Chicago] sounding like a candidate and rumors flying that Rev. and State Senator James Meeks may "drop" down from the Governor's race to a race for Mayor, or that Rev. Meeks may register a lot of African-American voters, who could then make it easier for a Cong. Jesse Jackson, Jr. [D-Chicago] run for Mayor. *************************************************
Jeff Berkowitz, Show Host/Producer of "Public Affairs," and Executive Legal Recruiter doing legal search can be reached at