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1. We delve into the positive Westchester County real estate market. While COVID-19 is the catalyst, are we presently seeing a re-imagining of telecommuting prospects an the diminution of office buildings?
2. We review the first weeks of the White Plains Public School District opening, the challenges faced by teachers, parents, students, and the potential of infections.
3. We inquire if there is an update of Westchester Republican County Committee Chair Doug Colety’s sponsorship of the New Yorkers for Trump/Back the Blue Car Convoy that took lace at 12Noon on October 11th.
Michael Edelman, Esq., Political Analyst / Pundit speaks national and international issues:
1. President Trump’s economic adviser, Larry Kudlow, who advised on Sunday that despite Senate Republicans initially not willing to “go along with” a $2.0 trillion stimulus proposal, they are likely to move ahead with a $1.8 trillion White House counter stimulus proposal. We ask what the rationale may be to explain this change of course and difference in the final figure.
2. Sen. Chris Coons (D-DE), a member of the Senate Judiciary espouses that Supreme Court candidate Amy Coney Barrett must be disqualified for her overturning long-held precedents that were previously approved. Issues such as Roe v. Wade. Taking a different tack, Sen. Marie Hirono (D-HI) on Sunday committed to avoid “irrelevant” question about Supreme COurt nominee Barrett’s religion during her confirmations scheduled for this week.
3. Rep. Cedric Richmond (D-LA), co-chair of Joe Biden’s campaign, refused to answer the hypothetical, that is whether Democratic Presidential Nominee Biden supported expanding the Supreme Court. Why has this become a political issue?
4. Supreme Court Nominee Barrett is said to pledge at the confirmation hearing to “apply the law as it was written, not as the judges wish it were.” She emphasized that the judicial branch is not the place for policy making, but rather to enforce and apply the law. She stressed that “Polity decisions” need to be made by Congress and the White House , not by the courts.
5.Democrat Jaime Harrison raised $57 million in the 3rd quarter this year in his effort to unseat Sen. Lindsay Graham (R-SC); an all-time fundraising record. Is this Graham v Harrison challenge indicative of an energized Democratic Party challenge throughout the nation? Whether successful or not, will the adversarial prospects likely define future political confrontations.
Dan Romano, Esq., Democratic Nominee for Yonkers City Court Judge speaks to what he has learned from first considering to run for Yonkers City Court Judge, the campaign process, its challenges, the task in reaching out to voters, and we ask him to share his demeanor and how it may inform the conduct of the court.
Hezi Aris, Yonkers Tribune Publisher / Editor-at-Large will spend Monday morning with respect to international and national news with commensurate analysis.