Home Book editor Michael Edelman, Esq., National Political Analyst / Expert, Ron Matten, Republican Candidate for Yonkers City Council Chairman, and Hezi Aris, Editor / Editor-in-Chief of Yonkers Tribune, on the Westchester On the Level Podcast – Monday 20 Podcast September 2021

Michael Edelman, Esq., National Political Analyst / Expert, Ron Matten, Republican Candidate for Yonkers City Council Chairman, and Hezi Aris, Editor / Editor-in-Chief of Yonkers Tribune, on the Westchester On the Level Podcast – Monday 20 Podcast September 2021



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PALM BEACH GARDENS, FL, and YONKERS, NY – September 20, 2021 – We open today’s inaugural podcast with a broadcast with Michael Edelman, Esq., National Political Analyst / Pundit.

  1. General Milley called on the Chinese to alert them that the United States will not attack them.

  2. The US drone strike that killed 7 children in Afghanistan after the admiral said it was a “fair” strike.

    3. The Federal Drug Administration voting against the booster shots for all people 65 years of age and over, as well as against the immunocompromised receiving the booster shot.

    4. Axes Journalist Oriana Gonzalez informed readers that Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, in a rare public remark last Thursday at the University of Notre Dame, warned against politicizing the Supreme Court. He said the court could be the “most dangerous” branch

  • Thomas, 73, also critical some of his colleagues, without naming names, for turning into the role of politicians, claiming that “[w]hen we start to venture down the legislative or executive avenues, those of us, especially in the federal judiciary with life appointments, are asking for trouble.
  • “The tribunal was considered the least dangerous branch and we have perhaps become the most dangerous,” he added.

What he says: “It’s not about winning or losing on the pitch, it’s about the whole country and the idea of ​​this country”, Thomas noted.

  • “I think we should be careful to destroy our institutions because they don’t give us what we want, when we want it.”

Thomas is the last judge to speak publicly about the Supreme Court before his new term.

  • Justice Amy Coney Barrett, a conservative appointed by former President Trump, said earlier this week that the tribunal “is not made up of a partisan hacker group” and that “judicial philosophies are not the same as political parties” .
  • Judge Stephen Breyer, who is promoting a book, warned against expanding the court, saying Democrats “better be very careful about this because two can play this game.”

5. Dr Alan Braids, a doctor from Texas, disclosed in an editorial in Washington post Saturday that he performed an abortion in violation of the new restrictive abortion law, which effectively bans the procedure after six weeks.

Alan Braid’s editorial is direct disclosure that will most likely result in legal action, making it a potential test case on how the abortion ban will be argued, the New York Times.

6. Axes Reporter Hans Nichols in a scoop informed readers that Former US Representative Beto O’Rourke plans a return to Texas in the 2022 gubernatorial race with an announcement later this year. David Wysong, O’Rourke’s former chief of staff and longtime adviser, said no final decision has been made.

O’Rourke’s entry would give Democrats a top candidate with a nationwide fundraising network to challenge Republican Governor Greg Abbott –And give O’Rourke, a former three-term congressman from El Paso and 2020 presidential candidate and voting rights activist, a political comeback. Are there any issues that can undermine its capabilities?

  • Immigration is booming at the southern border.
  • Democrats nationwide are bracing for a brutal midterm election and risk losing the House of Representatives in 2022.
  • A new poll for the Dallas Morning News shows that O’Rourke closed the gap with Abbott in a hypothetical match, down from 37% to 42%. In July, O’Rourke faced a 12-point deficit, 33% to 45%.
  • Over the summer, Abbot saw his approval rating drop to 41%, with 50% disapproval, in a separate survey.
  • In addition to deep cultural differences in how to respond to COVID-19, many contentious issues dividing the country appear to be more prominent in Texas, with debates raging over abortion rights and border security growing. extend across the state.
  • Abbott defended a law that the Supreme Court refused to hit, to criminalize abortions six weeks after conception, angering progressive activists and potentially suburban women.
  • It has also stoked cultural divisions over COVID-19 and used the executive action to try to stop local courts from imposing warrants for masks or vaccines.
  • Democrats insist 2020 could be the year Texas could turn blue and vote for its first Democrat for president since 1976. In 2018, O’Rourke lost to Sen. Ted Cruz, 51% to 48% , by a margin of some 215,000 votes. . From 10 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.

Ron Matten, President of Yonkers City Council, Republican candidatetalks about his most recent successful fundraiser, the emboldened Republican hierarchy of Yonkers he is a part of, among other major concerns. last weekend. In in such an intimate setting, we ask him if he can share the issues that most concerned his supporters. 10:30 a.m. to 11 a.m.

Hezi Aris, Yonkers Tribune Editor / Publisher / Westchester On the Level Podcaster talks about hyper-local, state, national and international news with appropriate analysis. 11 a.m. to 12 p.m.