Monday, August 06, 2012

Here is what's playing this week on Eye on Oshkosh...

Be sure to join us starting Monday, August 6 when Cheryl and Dan talk are joined in the first half hour by two local Catholic nuns – Sr. Mary Barbieur and Sr. Mary Jo Selinsky. The sisters are part of a larger cause – a project know as the 11 x 15 Campaign for Justice – which seeks to help reduce the state’s prison population by 11,000 inmates by the year 2015. Hear first-hand why they believe this is important and how they hope to go about championing their cause. In the second segment, Winnebago County District Attorney Christian Gossett stops by to discuss his current lawsuit against the judges in the county over the right to carry a concealed weapon in our county courtrooms. For anyone concerned about the protection of First Amendment rights and whether judges have the right to disregard state law, this show is a must-see. *Programming note:  This show will air for two (2) weeks – from August 6 thru August 19.

In the Oshkosh area, "Eye on Oshkosh" can be seen Mondays at 7 p.m., Thursdays at 1 p.m. and Saturdays at 6 p.m. on local cable access channel 2 (Time Warner Cable). Check with your local cable company or its TV listings for replay times in other, more outlying areas. “Eye on Oshkosh” also may air at times other than just those listed. Check the guide on your cable access channel for other days and times, as well. “Eye on Oshkosh” is copyrighted and any unauthorized copying or use of any portion of the program is strictly prohibited by law.


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