WESTCHESTER COUNTY, NY — White Plains CitizeNetReporter Publisher and Monday Co-host speaks to the Democratic Primary Elections vis-a-vis the Roach victory over Lecuona and the takeaway learned in the campaign process. Do the incumbents know to say little and the challengers choose to say too little? Has politics become a quasi-science of tactics to which little concern is given issues? Segment airs October 2, 2017th from 10-10:30am
Political Analyst Michael Edelman, Esq., delves making sense of the political turbulence revolving about POTUS. Conservative radio host, TV personality, and author of “How the Right Lost Its Mind” Asserts the GOP need an exorcism and the Democrats need an autopsy of Clinton. Is there political will for such introspection? Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin asserts the wealthy will not get a rate cut. Is he right? Will the tax cut create jobs? Is there enough information to make a judgement? Has POTUS’ response to Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands differed from that for Texas and Florida? Does the $72 billion Puerto Rican debt have influence over the president’s decisions. Is Bernie Sanders correct in stating that the tax cut proposed by POTUS transfers financial benefit to the wealthiest? Do Senate Republicans’ budget proposals cut $450 billion from Medicare. Is tax reform really a job creator as it is intended to be promoted?
Yonkers Tribune Editor-at-Larger Hezi Aris pursues hyperlocal and international news and concerns with analysis that have become known over this past weekend. Discussed is the Mike Spano, Rob Astorino, George Latimer triumvirate of deceit and dysfunction. Segment airs 11am-12Noon.
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