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BROOKLYN, NY, COEUR D’ALENE, ID, PINEHURST, NC, and YONKERS, NY — John and Laurie Wiles open the broadcast day this Thursday, December 5, 2019. They present a review and test drive of the 2019 Genesis G80 RWD 3.3T Sport on the Driving Me Crazy segment of the Westchester On the Level program that will be heard this Thursday, December 5, 2019th from 10-10:30am DST. You can share your experience with this model and/or simply make your inquiry known by calling 347-205-9201. Read the review here. This segment from 10-10:30am.
Michael Greenberg, a spokesperson representing Mighty Earth, speaks to the pertinence and rationale for the recent rally held at Stop & Stop in Brooklyn, NY. The environmental activists called upon the grocery company to immediately cut ties with Cargill, the American agribusiness company linked to global environmental destruction. Mighty Earth delivered 50,000 petitions collected over several months in partnership with Care2. They held a banner which read “Stop Selling Deforestation”. They demanded that Stop & Shop immediately stop sourcing meat from companies like Cargill whose activities are tied to polluting American waterways and driving fires in the Amazon basin of Brazil, forest destruction, and water pollution.
Stop & Shop claims to be a sustainable retailer, yet many of the brands carried in the store – such as Honeysuckle and Shady Brook – are directly owned by Cargill. Stop & Shop has also entered into a partnership with Cargill on a multi-million dollar animal processing plant in Rhode Island. If Stop & Shop is to retain its climate friendly image, the company must end its relationship with Cargill.
Mighty Earth asserts that five years ago, Cargill pledged to eliminate deforestation in its supply chain by 2020. Fast-forward to 2019 and the company has reversed course and even sent a letter to its suppliers specifically encouraging them to continue clearing forests which became the basis for Might Earth to naming Cargill the “Worst Company in the World” . Cargill is accused of allegedly continuing to pollute drinking water and deplete topsoil throughout the American Midwest. New research from Mighty Earth also found that Cargill’s activities are tied to the fires responsible for devastating the Amazon earlier this year.
NOTE: Mighty Earth is supported by Waxman Strategies. Waxman Strategies’ work on forest conservation is funded in part by the European Federation for Transport and Environment, the Center for International Policy, and AidEnvironment. Waxman is required under 22 U.S.C. § 614 to disclose that this material is distributed on behalf of the aforementioned organization, working under a grant from the Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation. This segment from 10:30-11am.
Don Trumbull, author of “SAFE STATES” takes the reader on a journey from fiction to fact as he informs us with respect to EMP (Electro Magnetic Pulse). EMP is a catastrophic war strategy weapon that is rapidly becoming the preferred war strategy of some of America’s most radicalized enemies. MAD (Mutually Assured Destruction) may not work, and many of our experts believe an EMP event is a looming event. Some believe that North Korea may already have an EMP weapon on board one of its two satellites.
While the American government and military have already defended their critical infrastructures, in question is whether our citizenry have been left exposed? At issue then is whether alternative countermeasures can be embraced? We learn about those counter measures. This segment from 11-11:30am
Thereafter, Hezi Aris, Yonkers Tribune Publisher / Editor-at-Large delves into hyperlocal concerns, as well as state, national, and international news with commensurate analysis from 11:30am-12Noon.