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WESTCHESTER, NY — Political Analyst Robert Kesten weighs in on issues that seem to be coalescing as talking points among the Democratic and Independent presidential candidates. Issues such as a guaranteed universal basic income, releasing those incarcerated for crimes that had them imprisoned because they were a person of color, and other bias and bigotry. Also releasing those incarcerated by giving them vocational training so that they may be employed, or trained to rebuild America’s crumbling infrastructure, among other viable concepts. Equal pay for equal work, legalizing recreational marijuana, among other concerns. This segment from 10-10:30am.
Mathew Medina, his family, among a total 0f 86 people were displaced from their apartments at 149 North Broadway last Sunday, August 11, 2019. Words can simply not reflect the pain, trauma, and mental dispair, and anguish this has caused. We learn of this tragedy, no matter the cause, and question what is taking so long for the Municipal Housing Authority of the City of Yonkers (MHACY) to mitigate the dislocation this has caused. Are there no plans in place to manage such calamities. Why is the City of Yonkers not prepared? Or is there another reason for Yonkers not to be prepared. Didn’t Yonkers previously have a plan in place? While this may not happen every day, it happens often enough so the lag in time to make temporary and even permanent solutions. Read the article: “Why Has the Municipal Housing Authority for the City of Yonkers (MHACY) Not Moved Expeditiously with Respect to 86 People Made Homeless By Fire? By HEZI ARIS”. This segment from 10:30-11am.
Marilyn Elie asks, “Can Nuclear Power Save the Planet? By MARILYN ELIE”. We learn if it can, if it cannot, and whether there are other options at present or expected in the near future. This segment from 11-11:30am
Thereafter, Yonkers Tribune / Westchester Tribune Editor-at-Large Hezi Aris, continues to make note of the latest hyperlocal news. Specifically it is over “Yonkers Early Christmas Cheers – Taxpayers Be Damned Hezitorial By HEZI ARIS”. Thereafter, an international news item or two with commensurate analysis. This segment from 11:30am-12Noon.