Monday, December 22, 2008

Better than Monday Night Football: Bill Brady's run for Governor, Blago's exit strategy and much more. Cable and Streaming

Tonight's Chicago edition of "Public Affairs," features State Senator and likely 2009 Republican Primary candidate for Guv Bill Brady (Bloomington). See, below, for a detailed description of topics discussed on tonight's show, as well as background information about Senator Brady .

The show airs throughout the City of Chicago tonight at 8:30pm on Cable Ch. 21 (CANTV) and on cable in Aurora and surrounding areas at 7:30 pm on ACTV-10. The Aurora station, Aurora Community Television, Comcast Cable Ch. 10, reaches all of Aurora, Bristol, Big Rock and parts of Oswego, Sandwich, Sugar Grove and Montgomery. The show also will air in Rockford and surrounding areas this Thursday night at 8:00 pm on Cable Ch. 17.
You can watch the show with Senator Brady here.

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On the other hand, as we discussed recently with Bill O’Reilly [Go here to watch], about six and one half years ago, then State Senator Barack Obama told Berkowitz he was focused on electing Rod Blagojevich as Governor of the state of Illinois. As it turns out, not the best Dem to try to elect.
State Senator Bill Brady (R-Bloomington), a veteran of eight years in the State House and six years in the State Senate, debates and discusses the issues with show host and executive legal recruiter Jeff Berkowitz.

Topics discussed on the show include the re-building of the Republican Party, the 2010 Gubernatorial race, the friction between Family-PAC's Paul Caprio and Senator Bill Brady, the efforts to unify social and economic conservatives in the State GOP, the issue of whether social issue moderate Republican Senator Radogno can be an effective leader of the Republican Party in Illinois, Brady's key themes in his upcoming run for governor, the potential impact of an indictment of Gov. Blagojevich, the impact of the new Senate President, Senator John Cullerton (D-Chicago) and the new Senate Republican Leader, Senator Christine Radogno (R-Lemont) on the stalemate between the Governor and the Legislature, the prospects for an increase in the income or sales tax in Illinois and much, much more.
The show with Senator Brady was taped on December 7, 2008.
Jeff Berkowitz, Show Host/Producer of "Public Affairs," and Executive Legal Recruiter doing legal search can be reached at *************************************************************
"Public Affairs," is a weekly political interview show airing in Chicago on CANTV, in the Chicago metro area, Aurora and Rockford on Comcast and also often on the Illinois Channel. You can watch the shows, including archived shows going back to 2005, here.
Recently posted shows on the Public Affairs YouTube page include shows with Cook County Cmsr. Tony Peraica (R-Riverside) on the mess we call Illinois politics, Chicago Sun-Times columnist Mary Mitchell, State Senator Bill Brady (R-Bloomington), State Senator Kirk Dillard (R-Westmont), Cook County Commissioner and possible 5th CD Dem. Primary candidate Mike Quigley (D-Lakeview), State Rep. Lou Lang (D-Skokie) and Cook County Cmsr. and Obama Media Team Member Forrest Claypool and much more.