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WESTCHESTER COUNTY, NY — Syndicated Columnist Rebecca Theodore opens the January 29, 2019th broadcast by immersing our listeners to the issues, resultant ramifications, and concerns delineated in her most recent article entitled: Trump Officially Recognized Juan Guaidó as Interim President of Venezuela By Rebecca Theodore. This segment is heard from 10-10:30am
Yonkers Insider Publisher / Editor Delfim Heusler attends the broadcast at 10:30am focusing on the recent changes that will impact future elections throughout the New York State by a new timeline. The political parties convenes about two weeks before the signature petition drive begins February 26th. Thereafter, those petitions are collected and validated by April Fool’s Day, moving toward a party convention whereby a primary contest is avoided or engaged with a winner designated after the primary contest. The process continues with fund raising drives, a Get Out the Vote plan, eventually culminating in the General Election November 2019. Discussion center on whether anyone other than incumbent Mayor Mike Spano is ready for the process? It seems Chuck Lesnick is ill-prepared! We reveal if any legitimate candidates have revealed themselves. We learn the pros and cons of the new timeline, how it will affect voter turnout, the capacity to gain credible attention, how that can be achieved, among other concerns. This segment from 10:30-11am.
Mary Calvi, Yonkers First Lady, a television journalist, serving as anchor for CBS 2 News This Morning and CBS 2 News At Noon, just penned her first novel, to be published on February 12th by St. Martin’s Press. “Dear George, Dear Mary By Mary Calvi” attends the broadcast to discuss the ill-fated relationship between the promising 24-year old Colonel by the name of George Washington and his first love, New York heiress and wealthiest belle of Colonia America, Mary Eliza Philipse. We learn how Mary Calvi first learned of this historical relationship. Can it be described as unrequited love? We learn if Ms. Calvi was aware of George Washington’s poetic capacity. And ask what she may have gleaned by learning of George and Mary that informs her understanding of life, love, and history. Considering all the responsibilities on her plate, how did Mary Calvi manage to find the discipline and time to undertake the telling George and Mary’s relationship? Considering the interest in her novel, we ask if she has found another subject that she may next engage. This segment from 11-11:30am.
Joe Pinion, is a political analyst with CNN, and The Hill, a political activist, Founder and Chair of the Conservative Color Coalition, Northeast Spokesman RepublicEN, a group of Conservatives concerned about Climate Change, and New York State Young Republicans Outreach Chair & NYYRC Secretary
We learn if the political forces in the nation are in search of direction. Is America weighing the concerns of the past, moving toward mitigating the travails of our past, the disparity of our nation along financial capacity, the changing economy, the bias inherent in the law, and the political divide. Can the Republican, Conservative, Democrats and Indivisible agendas bring a consensus of direction or are we in uncharted territory still undefined. Is America comfortable with the present stalemate? Do we know what we want? If we do, what is keeping us from arriving there? Where and what is the deficiency? This segment from 11:30-12Noon