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The subjects intended for discussion are defined herein:
- John Bailey’s interview of Ruth Moss, Director of 5GAlertWestchester informs our listeners as to the concerns presented by Ms. Moss regarding the cell microwave transmitters in White Plains. Further, she has called for code reform within the next two weeks based on her assertions that the cell microwave transmitters pose a health concern.
- Westchester County Executive George Latimer has offered the Westchester County Board of Elections Westchester County aid in anticipation of the November 3rd Presidential Election so that they may in the future avoid the delays suffered by the county during the June 23rd Democratic Party Primary Elections.
- We discussion the tumultuous political landscape that has seen long-time incumbents incumbents cast aside for candidates perceived to deliver with a sense of expectant changes in deference to the changing demographics. We focus on Congressman-elect Mondaire Jones, Congressman-elect Jamaal Bowman, and Westchester County District Attorney Democratic Primary winner Mimi Rocah.
- We learn some of the issues that have compelled Rob Astorino to challenge NYS Senator Peter Harckham (SD40). We learn if the issues Presented by Astorino are pertinent to the election process. Astorino presents the canard that New York State is facing a $13 billion deficit. And is the issue to eliminate state funding from any public school that has a sports mascot that could in any way be construed as offensive an issue that engages the voter?
Michael Edelman, Political Analyst / Pundit speaks to issues revolving about POTUS.
- The world is undergoing a realignment with China exerting greater influence in Asia. Consolidating her power over Hong Kong.
- Engaged in recent skirmishes with India along their shared border.
- In the Middle East Turkey is immersed in vanquishing the Kurds along the Syrian Turkish border, supporting Libya, whose mutual agreement undermines the oil pipeline planned to travel from Israel, via Cyprus into Italy for an oil pipeline serving Southern Europe. They have also recalled Hagia Sophia initial built by the Greek Orthodox Church, captured and was converted into a Mosque in the 1400, became a museum in the last century, and now re-opened as a Mosque. Will this action among others inform Europe that Turkey cannot be a partner in the European Union?
- The crisis between Ethiopia and Egypt and Sudan over the largest dam and hydroelectric turbines to produce the electricity demanded by Ethiopia. Will Egypt, Sudan, Libya, Turkey, and Ethiopia go to war over this project?
- The prospect of sovereignty / annexation by Israel of Judea / Samaria was initially anticipated for the first days in July. Has the Netanyahu/Gantz government retreated from the ”Deal of the Century”?
- The recent cascade of fires, and explosions in Iran have wreaked havoc in the country. In Israel there have been attempts to undermine the desalinization capacity of Israel. Is there a correlation with Iran and Israel suffering technological challenges of each other capacity?
Mimi Rocah, Westchester County Democratic District Attorney designee, speaks to the political challenge and her win and shares the demeanor she intends to instill to the office should she be victorious in the November Presidential Election in which a Republican candidate will challenge her to become the next WCDA.
Hezi Aris, Yonkers Tribune Publisher / Editor-at-Large engages in the latest news / issues / concerns on the hyperlocal, city, county, state, national, and international news with commensurate analysis.
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