WESTCHESTER COUNTY, NY — John Bailey, White Plains CitizeNetReporter Publisher and Monday Co-host speaks to the pertinent issues that impact governance in White Plains and its overlay by Westchester County government. This segment airs February 26, 2018, from 10-10:30am
Michael Edelman, Esq., National Political Analyst speaks to a growing list of companies, including First National Bank of Omaha, Hertz, Wyndham Hotels, Enterprise Holdings, Symantec, Best Western and MetLife ending their partnerships with the National Rifle Association, as #BoycottNRA gains momentum on social media. How have the Parkland H.S. students effectively moved a seemingly dismissive nation forward or is it still too soon to know if the nation is yet moved?
Edelman continues by speaking to “Papadopoulos, Flynn and now Gates having been flipped. How long can Manafort keep his lips zipped? Those Russian indictments show that Mueller is digging like mad, so the special counsel’s path could ultimately lead to Putin. How does this intersect the release of both the Republican and Democrat memos? Are they in alignment?
POTUS accelerating his diplomatic efforts to broker peace among quarreling Arab monarchies, starting with an upcoming series of White House visits by leaders of Saudi Arabia, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates. The suggestion is such meetings will lead to a peace deal over Qatar in late spring at a summit in Washington or Camp David helping to end the longstanding dispute over Qatar’s alleged support for terrorism and ties to Iran.
Axios broke the news that the U.S. will move the Israel embassy to Jerusalem on May 14th, the 70th anniversary of Israeli statehood. Are there both negative and positive consequences?
Do elected officials have intention to create legislation to appease the murdered of 17 students/adults and 16 additionally injured by a fellow student in Florida? Can student activism bring about legislation that can avoid being usurped by NRA dogma? Will American youth be able to manage the discourse so as to movement Congress to take legislative action? This segment airs from 10:30-11am.
Barry McGoey, International Association of Fire Fighters – Yonkers Local 628 President speaks to Mayor Mike Spano’s promotion of his cousin and two other Firefighters to the rank of lieutenant with no vacancies and within less than 12 hours prior to that four-year eligibility list expiring. Is this the very definition of nepotism? This segment airs from 11-1130am.
National and international news and commensurate analysis follows thereafter with Hezi Aris, Yonkers Tribune Editor-at-Large during the concluding ½ hour segment.
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