Weekend TV

Power and Politics  

Hosts: Jim McQueeny and Laura Jones; Saturday and Sunday, 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. on News 12 

This weekend on NJ Power & Politics, former Gov. Donald DiFrancesco, Assemblyman John McKeon (D-West Orange), and Clifton Mayor James Anzaldi all discuss the Governor’s Property Tax Cap. Roger Bodman will have analysis and Jeff Tittel of the Sierra Club talks about the Gulf Oil Spill and the plans that are still in the works for exploring off the NJ Shore.


New Jersey Now 

Host: Brenda Blackmon

Sunday at noon on My9

Republican columnist Alan Steinberg and NJEA Executive Director Vincent Giordano debate the property tax cap law and Gov. Chris Christie’s proposed toolkit, including a new measure to cap superintendents’ salaries. Then, Dr. Lauren Hill of the Education Law Center and Derrell Bradford of Excellent Education for Everyone debate the Opportunities Scholarship Act, which would provide tax credits for corporations that provide schools. And, in the candidates’ forum, Democratic nominee Ed Potosnak discusses his run for the House seat in the 7th Congressional District.


New Jersey Capitol Report 

Hosts: Steve Adubato and Rafael Pi Roman

Saturday on Thirteen at 8:30 am and on FiOS 1 at 6:30 pm;  Sunday on NJN at 7:00 am, on WLIW at 9 am, on WHYY TV at 11:30 am, on FiOS 1 at 6:30 pm; Monday on WBGO at 7:30 pm

Guests include the Hon. Lee Solomon, Laurence Downes and Ralph LaRossa.


On the Record with Michael Aron

Sunday at 9 and 11 am on NJN

This week’s host: Zachary Fink

Democratic political strategist Julie Roginsky and Republican political strategist Guy Gregg, and then Monmouth University pollster and Montclair University Prof. of Political Science Dr. Brigid Harrison discuss NJ Democrats, Reform NJ and property tax reform. 


Reporters Roundtable

Host: Zach Fink

Sunday at 10 am

Reporters Andrew Kitchenman – NJBIZ; Claire Heininger – Newark Star-Ledger; Nick Acocella – Politifax; and Phil Gregory – WBGO – WHYY Radio
Topics: the Property Tax Cap bill, Reform NJ Group controversy, and the school superintendent salary cap.

Weekend TV