Friday, September 28, 2007
Chuck Todd talks to us about the choice of questions for Wednesday's MSNBC Debate, why Hillary Clinton chose to do all five Sunday Morning News Shows on the same day, and his analysis of Gingrich inching closer to getting into the race for the White House.
We talk about Denver's 2008 Democratic National Convention, Levitt's theory on abortion, college students having guns, the relationship between a mayor and governor, and education.
Monday, September 17, 2007
The 2008 presidential candidate speaks about Israel originally rejecting Darfur refugees. The last six seconds are hard to hear, but he says "I already answered your question." Feel free to judge if he actually did.
He speaks about the green line/crime on public transportation in Chicago and gives his thoughts on the University of Chicago not divesting from Darfur.
Wednesday, September 12, 2007
The Congressman talks about why he chose to endorse Senator Obama, his role as Northeast chair of the campaign, how he knows Obama is pro-Israel, and the dynamic young mayor of Newark, Corey Booker.
Monday, September 10, 2007
Bonior talks to us about how Edwards would plan to combat poverty as President; why Edwards is not hypocritical on such issues as poverty, NewsCorp, and SUVs; and the latest endorsements he has received.
Friday, September 7, 2007
Tom Reynolds talks about Richardson's latest poll numbers in Iowa and New Hampshire, his ideas on what to do about teacher pay and Darfur, his comical advertisements, his policies towards gays, and who becomes governor of New Mexico, if Richardson becomes the President or Vice President.
Phil Singer talks about Hillary Clinton's communications and media strategy, Mark Penn's role in the campaign, their Illinois strategy, and his days at the University of Chicago.
Tom Cross talks about leading Giuliani's efforts in Illinois and how to deal with the Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) crisis.
Tuesday, September 4, 2007
James talks to us about some of his Youtube interviews with such presidential candidates as John Edwards, Mike Huckabee, and Ron Paul. He also discusses the role Youtube plays in the 2008 election.
Pete Giangreco, a mail expert and Obama advisor, discusses how direct mail makes a big difference in campaigns and why Obama is the right man for the White House.
Monday, September 3, 2007
Todd duBoef, President of the boxing promotional company TopRank that has had such clients as Oscar De La Hoya and Muhammad Ali, talks about boxing. Part 3
Todd duBoef, President of the boxing promotional company TopRank that has had such clients as Oscar De La Hoya and Muhammad Ali, talks about boxing. Part 2
Todd duBoef, President of the boxing promotional company TopRank that has had such clients as Oscar De La Hoya and Muhammad Ali, talks about boxing.
The governor speaks about the environment and education
The former NYPD Chief talks about combating crime and terrorism