John Bailey, White Plains CitizeNetReporter Publisher/Editor, Michael Edelman, Esq., National Political Analyst/Pundit, Ron Matten, Yonkers Politician, NYS Assemblyman Nader Sayegh (AD90-Yonkers), and Hezi Aris, Yonkers Tribune Publisher/Editor on Westchester On the Level – Monday, January 31, 2022 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. EST
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PALM BEACH GARDENS, FL, WHITE PLAINS, NY and YONKERS, NY – January 10, 2022 – We open today’s Blog Talk Radio show with John Bailey, publisher/editor of the White PlainsCitizeNetReporter. From 10 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.
Michael Edelman, national political analyst and expert shares its analysis on the following issues, among other concerns from 10:30 a.m. to 11 a.m.
- “The majority of Americans who took part in a new poll want President Biden to consider ‘all possible candidates’ following the president’s pledge to appoint a black woman to the high court. The ABC News/Ipsos poll released on Sunday showed 76% of Americans wanted the president to consider “all possible candidates” while only 23% wanted him to consider only black women for the nomination. Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine) said Sunday that President Biden’s campaign promise to appoint a black woman to the Supreme Court “helped politicize the entire nomination process,” unlike two of his Republican predecessors. , Donald Trump and Ronald Reagan, pledged to appoint women to the High Court while in office. Sen. Lindsey Graham (RS.C.) on Sunday pushed back against the idea that President Biden’s vow to appoint a black woman to the Supreme Court amounted to affirmative action, saying he was in favor of institutions Americans “look like America”. ” Which is about; which are not?
- Pentagon spokesman John Kirby said on Sunday that the United States was looking for deterrents against Russia’s aggression against Ukraine “that we have never considered before,” although he has said there was still “room and space for diplomacy”. The senses. Bob Menendez (DN.J.) and Jim Risch (R-Idaho) — the chairman and top Republican on the Foreign Relations Committee — said during a joint interview with CNN’s “State of the Union.” that they were close to an agreement, with the aim of finalizing the legislation early this week. Former Defense Secretary Leon Panetta says there is ‘no doubt’ American lives ‘would be at stake’ if conflict erupts between Russia and Ukraine amid escalating tensions between the two countries.
- Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine) told ABC’s “This Week” show on Sunday. “We’re a long way from 2024, but let me say this: I don’t think President Trump should have committed to granting pardons. We should let the court process continue,” she added, referring to Trump’s suggestion at a rally in Texas on Saturday that he would consider pardoning those charged in connection with the January 6 attacks.and Attack on the Capitol.
- National Transportation Safety Board Chair Jennifer Homendy was quoted by the Pittsburgh Post Gazette as saying Friday’s collapse of the Fern Hollow Bridge in Pittsburgh should “serve as a call to action.” on the scene, this should serve as a call to action. What action is required by the infrastructure collapse? Will this issue be put to a vote in Congress and the Senate? Do Republicans and Democrats agree on this issue? If not, what is the justification? If yes, what is the reason.
- Axios’Andrew Solender reports that Nancy Pelosi will run for a full 18th term may add a new angle to Republican efforts to win the House added a new angle to Republican efforts to win back the House: tying swing-state Democrats to an even bigger Democratic bogeyman than the president Biden. From 10:30am-11am EST.
Ron Matten, Yonkers politician, talking to :
- Beginning a training regimen to sustain us through the last months of winter and the first days of spring with the intention of instilling a healthy regiment for the whole year. Index. Very doable and no more than half an hour. Revealing plans for a new 600-student school property awaiting demolition and reconstruction over the next few months.
- Speaks to the Yonkers City Council unanimously approved an $80 million plan for a student body of 600 students. The plan will go toward demolishing and rebuilding the Southwest Yonkers property known as the St. Dennis School property. We wonder if a construction plan is in place or if only the building has been defined? 11am-11:30am EST.
NYS Assembly Member Nader Sayegh, Esq. (NYS-AD90-Yonkers) attends to talk about the ongoing redistribution process that will define the dividing lines of these disparate representatives whose voter support may change due to the planned reshuffling of political boundaries. We ask what is currently being discussed or formalized specific to NYS Assembly District 90-Yonkers. 11:30am-12pm EST.
Hezi Aris, Yonkers Grandstand Editor/Editor is your host today.