ED MULLINSSergeants Benevolent Association presidentOfficer Mullins gives an update on the current state of relations between New York City police officers, elected officials, and the people of New York.
LEO TERRELL Civil Rights AttorneyTerrell continues his admonishing of the anti-police movement embedded within the Black Lives Matter protests. Terrell also discusses his volatile appearance on Fox News this week with Cornell West that devolved into classic cable news shouting match.
CHAIRMAN PHIL MENDELSONChairman of the DC Council The DC Council Chairman explains the emergency measure just passed to implement sweeping changes in the Metropolitan Police Department. Mendelson explains that the DC Council was responding directly to the loudest voices marching in the streets and suggests that this is an appropriate process for passing legislation.
In for Larry O'Connor, Stacy Washington (Stacy on the Right) speaks with Byron York, the chief political correspondent for the Washington Examiner, about his latest article, "ANALYSIS: Behind Bolton's decision". Stacy also speaks with D.C. Council Chairman Phil Mendelson regarding the resignation of Councilman Jack Evans following an investigation into multiple ethics violations. Lastly, Stacy speaks with Liz Harrington of the RNC about Democrats defending General Soleimani, President Trump's accomplishments and more.
This week, we are honored to be joined by DC Council Chairman Phil Mendelson. Chairman Mendelson joins us to talk about the state of small business in DC, and the role of government in supporting a healthy economy. He's recently introduced legislation to split off a new agency from DCRA and create the Department of Buildings to streamline and improve all matters related to building permitting and inspections. Subscribe and listen now!
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Nov 8th, 1952
Bloomingdale, Washington, D.C., United States of America