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We explore the political dogma that has captivated a new crop of people who have gained political office in the 2018 General Elections with political analyst Robert Kesten. We attempt to define the demeanor that has captured voter support locally and nationally. We explore what the compelling ingredients the new faces have brought to elected office. Was it the left leaning concepts Democrats are cozying up to? Is that because the Democrats of the part were get along to get along politicians that had forgotten to serve their constituents? Did Alexandria Ocasio-Cortes capture the hearts and minds of the Congressional she serves because the incumbent had dismissed that role long ago? What is it about the Socialist dogma that has captured the attention of voters? Is the political landscape changing because sensibilities of the young are different than the aging populace? What drove the sensibilities that has created a schisms between the young and old? What were the catalysts that brought about the changing demeanor? Did bias and bigotry create the frustration, animosity, and privilege for some and not others. Was the present exacerbated by lack of financial capacity or was that secondary to bigotry? At issue is whether America is heading toward a “new world”? Is this an experiment whose outcome has yet to be contemplated. Does anyone fully recognize what the outcome will look like?
Thereafter, Hezi Aris, Yonkers Tribune Editor-at-Large speaks to the most recent national, and international concerns with commensurate analysis. This segment from 10:30am-12Noon.