Monday, December 10, 2007

Better than Monday night football: First Ass't Milan on Cable in Chicago and Streaming

Tonight's City of Chicago edition of Public Affairs (8:30 pm on Cable Ch. 21, CANTV) features Cook County, IL State's Attorney Candidate Bob Milan (D-Glenview). Milan is Dick Devine's (the current State's Attorney) First Assistant, meaning Milan has oversight responsibility for almost 900 attorneys and about six hundred support staff. Bob Milan is running in a tough six candidate Democratic Primary.
Next Monday night's "Public Affairs," show in Chicago (8:30 pm on Cable Ch. 21, CANTV) features Anita Alvarez, Chief Deputy to Cook County State's Attorney Dick Devine and candidate for State's Attorney in the Democratic Primary.

Alvarez is the featured guest on this week's Suburban edition of Public Affairs.
First Ass't and State's Attorney candidate Bob Milan debates and discusses with show host and Executive Legal Recruiter Jeff Berkowitz a broad range of State's Attorney public policy issues. Go here for a description of the topics discussed on tonight's show and more about First Assistant Bob Milan.
You may also watch the show with State's Attorney Democratic Primary candidate Milan, along with other recently posted shows, including State's Attorney Candidates Ald. Allen, Comm. Suffredin and Ald. Brookins; soon this week's suburban edition of Public Affairs show with State's Attorney candidate Anita Alvarez ; Rep. Hamos (D-Evanston), 14th CD Republican Primary candidates Sen. Lauzen, Jim Oberweis and Mayor Burns and 14th CD Democratic Primary Candidates Jotham Stein and John Laesch on your computer at [For all of the shows on the Public Affairs podcast page, other than Oberweis and Milan, please click the Archives icon to bring up those shows].

In addition to those shows, prior shows on the "Public Affairs," podcast page feature Presidential candidates Obama, Giuliani, Richardson, McCain and Cox, and many other pols, including Obama-Bean in April, 2006, Congresswoman Bean in January, 2006 and Congresswoman Schakowsky in October, 2005 and opinion makers. You may also watch these "Public Affairs," shows and others at
Having trouble watching the 14th CD Democratic and Republican Primary candidates listed above and the Milan, Brookins, Suffredin and Allen quartet on the Public Affairs podcast page or at Not to worry, you can now go here to watch them all on as well other Public Affairs shows, e.g., our extended interview with Presidential candidate Gov. Bill Richardson. This TV show host has been told that almost anybody who has a computer should be able to access Youtube, so no longer will you have a technical excuse for not watching Public Affairs, as all of our shows, going forward, and many prior ones, will be posted on
The show with Bob Milan was recorded on Nov. 11, 2007
Jeff Berkowitz, Show Host/Producer of "Public Affairs," and Executive Legal Recruiter doing legal search can be reached at You may watch "Public Affairs," shows with Presidential Candidates Richardson, Obama, McCain, Giuliani and Cox and many other pols at