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- John Bailey, White Plains CitizeNetReporter Publisher / Editor shares what he learned when he attended John Vorperian, of the White Plains Historical Society, with George Washington in their thoughts at the site of the Jacob Purdy House when they celebrated the First President’s birthday party. According to the book, The American President, Washington, at sixteen, had formed a code of conduct that inform us today though less and less of our politicians do. Washington had written a book of etiquette with 110 “maxims” to guide his conduct in matters. In this etiquette book he had written: “Every action done in company ought to be done with a sign of respect to those who are not present. Sleep not when others speak; sit not when others stand; speak not when you should hold your peace; walk not when others stop;…Let your countenance be pleasant but in serious matters somewhat grave…Undertake not what you cannot perform but be careful to keep your promise.”
- On Friday, February 21st, Westchester County quarantined 26 people who arrived from China. We inquire about the protocol Dr. Sherita Ambler explained was the most prudent course of conduct to avoid getting infected by the Corona-19 Virus that is spreading across the globe.
- We celebrate White Plains video promotion of the city, which is also the seat of Westchester County government.
Political Analyst Michael Edelman, Esq., speaks to issues that resonate on the national and international political landscape. Listen from 10:30-11am.
- Send described Democrat-Socialist candidate Senator Bernie Sanders resoundingly eclipsed his fellow Democratic opponents in Saturday’s Nevada Caucus. Since inception, the U.S. has moved in incremental steps. The Legislative body, The House of Representative and the U.S. Senate would need for Sanders to win Republican held seats and place Democrats to hold a majority in the two bodies comprising the Legislative Branch of government. Does Sanders have that capacity? Mainstream media is designating his win with with the crowning as the front runner. With Sanders’ laudable tally of votes garnered in Iowa, New Hampshire and Nevada under his belt, can Sanders maintain momentum in this Tuesday’s South Carolina debate in preparation for Super Tuesday? Is it appropriate or premature to designate Sanders the front runner? Can Vice-President Joe Biden rejuvenate support for his candidacy? Does New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg have a plausible opportunity to garner the majority vote among voters participating in States whose contest will be decided during Super Tuesday? Some pundits question whether a Jew can overcome alleged bias toward Jews for the highest office in the land. If that is the case, why is inquiry made with respect to Bloomberg and not Sanders since they are both of the Jewish faith. Does Senator Elizabeth Warren have the financial capacity to keep her effort alive? What are the prospects for Senator Amy Klobuchar? South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg? Tom Steyer?
- in the last debate it seemed every candidate trounced Bloomberg. Did their collective suggestion that Bloomberg was ill-equipped to challenge President Trump ring true or will we need to await the March 3rd, Super Tuesday vote to learn the majority Democratic voters’ perspective?
Political Activist José Román attends the broadcast to speak to issues of concern in Puerto Rico and the City of Yonkers. Listen from 11-11:30am.
Thereafter, Hezi Aris, Yonkers Tribune Publisher / Editor-at-Large engages in te most recent Blue Truth Hezitorial among other hyperlocal, county, state, national, and international issues with commensurate analysis from 11:30am-12Noon.