Monday, December 10, 2007

Better than Monday night football: Lauzen on Cable in Aurora, et al and Streaming

Jeff Berkowitz: …Is Waterboarding something we should be doing more of, or less?

Sen. Lauzen: I don’t think so.

Jeff Berkowitz: We should do less of it?

Sen. Lauzen: Yes, that’s my first reaction.

Jeff Berkowitz: Should we ever do it?

Sen. Lauzen: In a case where you are going to save millions of people, yes…
Tonight's City of Aurora edition of Public Affairs features State Senator and 14th Cong. District Republican Primary Candidate Chris Lauzen (R-Aurora).

Senator Lauzen debates and discusses, tonight, with show host and Executive Legal Recruiter Jeff Berkowitz a broad range of domestic, foreign and cultural public policy issues.
The show with Senator Lauzen airs at 7:30 pm tonight [Nov. 19] on Aurora Community Television, on Comcast Cable Ch. 10 in Aurora and some surrounding areas. That is, the Aurora station reaches all of Aurora, Bristol, Big Rock and parts of Oswego, Sandwich, Sugar Grove and Montgomery.
You may also watch the show with 14th Cong. Dist. Republican Primary candidate Lauzen, along with other recently posted shows, including State's Attorney Candidates Ald. Allen, Comm. Suffredin, Ald. Brookins and First Ass't Bob Milan, Rep. Hamos (D-Evanston), 14th CD Republican Primary candidate Mayor Kevin 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 Sen. Lauzen and Bob 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 Brookins, Suffredin, Milan 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 an excuse for not watching Public Affairs, as all of our shows, going forward, and many prior ones, will be posted on
The 14th Cong. District Republican and Democratic Primary Candidates, covered intensively by "Public Affairs":

State Senator Chris Lauzen (R-Aurora) is one of two strong conservative candidates running in the 14th Cong. Dist. Primary. He is joined in the race by Conservative businessman Jim Oberweis (who taped Public Affairs on Nov. 18) and moderate Geneva Mayor Kevin Burns (previously a guest on Public Affairs) You can watch Burns and Lauzen on both and

The victor in the Republican Primary will face the winner of a hotly contested Democratic Primary between John Laesch (who lost to then Speaker and twenty year Cong. Hastert in 2006), St. Charles attorney Jotham Stein and scientist Bill Foster. Both Laesch and Stein have been prior guests on Public Affairs (go to and ). Foster has not yet accepted repeated invitations to appear on "Public Affairs with Jeff Berkowitz."
A partial transcript of tonight's show with Senator and 14th CD candidate Chris Lauzen (R-Aurora) is included here.
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