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PINEHURST, NC, GROVE CITY, PA, and YONKERS, NY — May 14, 2020 — John and Laurie Wiles open the broadcast day with their review of the 2020 Hyundai Elantra GT N LINE M/T. From: 10-10:30am.
Gabrielle M. Etzel, The Unvarnished Blog Publisher / Editor in Chief engages in discussion over our nation’s inequality as revealed by the COVID-19 pandemic. We explore the looming battle lines that have been or are likely to be drawn.
- Discussion begins with Jared Kushner’s conjecture that the presidential election this November 3rd may need to be postponed.
- We learn that Paul Manefort has been released from jail in deference to he impact of Coronavirus on inmate population.
- Shale Oil and fracking, over-leveraged as it has been for some time, has been walloped by the Saudi Arabia v. Russian discord over oil supply requirements that has reduced oil prices to a price point 1/3 its previous per barrel rates, and thereby insuring the collapse of the fracking business, and American independence in oil production capacity. Does America have any leverage on this issue?
- The divide between those with the means to telecommute to work and those with no means to do so; are required to attend to their employment whether as cashiers, stocking shelves, engage in security, police, fire, ambulance, restaurant workers, etc., lest they starve and/or are evicted from their dwelling. Is that one form of societal division; ageism; ableism?
- Recognition of the polluting aspect of industry, gasoline vs. electric vehicles. Which way do we turn?
- The generational divide; revealed by the growing schism between the young and the elderly. Should they elderly be taken care of or discarded?
- The over dependence of manufacturing abroad vs. the lack of employment capacity and opportunity for residents of the U.S. as opposed to subsidizing firms who move their operations abroad; reduce their tax burden, while holding onto subsidy from government.
- Climate change realities have yet to be inculcated into America’s demeanor, specifically for job growth and the commensurate technology begotten from it.
- Will the lessons of COVID-19 require minimum wages in order to bring about self sufficiency?
- More issues and concerns as time permits. From 10:30-11:30am.
Hezi Aris, Yonkers Tribune Publisher / Editor-at-Large, engages in review of hyperlocal news with commensurate analysis. From 11:30am-12Noon