WESTCHESTER COUNTY, NY — White Plains CitizeNetReporter Publisher and Monday Co-host John Bailey shares his perspective with Yonkers Tribune Publisher Hezi Aris this Monday, March 6, 2017th, and every Monday throughout the year. Listen from 10-10:30am.
Political Analyst Michael Edelman, Esq. weighs in on POTUS related issues. Is repeal and replacement of the Affordable Care Act a make or break moment for the Trump Presidency? Is there prospect of a replacement plan that can pass both the U.S. Congress and Senate? Will the Congress vote for a proposal the Senate will not have the political will to pass? Will the speed by which to rush this legislation forward win or will vetting slow the process? If Congress votes yes, but the Senate votes no, will the GOP likely lose seats in the next election? Is the perspective that ACA is a healthcare concept whose cost and deductible is so great that many who can afford the cost of the plan cannot afford the medical attention or the medicine pertinent to the medical need? Lastly, why the rush prior to the Congressional Budget Office report due Monday?
Have any evidentiary facts been uncovered and corroborated to prove that Trump Towers was wiretapped by the Obama Administration?
Why was U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara was fired, yet President Trump had asked Bharara months ago to stay? Listen to this segment from 10:30-11am.
Ossining Village Mayor Victoria Gearity engages our listeners at the top of the second hour to discuss issues of process in governance. Listen in from 11-11:30am. Switching hats to moderator and introducing our listeners to Liz Zimmerman, one of the panelists that will attend the Thursday, March 16th screening of “Makers: Once and For All” (see the trailer here), a film that recognizes the many contributions made by women despite great the inequalities and opportunities they face. Film presentation at the Ossining Public Library Camille Budarz Theatre Auditorium, 53 Croton Avenue, Ossining, NY 10562. Free parking on-site, handicap accessibility; seating from 6pm, and screening at 6:30pm. This segment is heard from 11: 30am-12Noon.
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