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2018 Guest List

Weekly Archive of the Guests of 2018

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square-play-button-icon_286550February 10, 2018

James O'Neill
James O’Neill

Police Commissioner of the City of New York, James O’Neill.  He had served previously as chief of department, the NYPD’s highest uniformed rank. He was instrumental in developing neighborhood policing, which is renewing and recasting the NYPD’s patrol function to provide greater police and community interaction and collaboration.

Discussion pertains to accomplishments within the New York City Police Department. The recent drop in the city’s murder rate to 292 TOTAL murders last year (2017).

 

square-play-button-icon_286550February 3, 2018

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square-play-button-icon_286550January 27, 2018

Pastor Gil Monrose

Leon is joined by two guests. Guest one is Pastor Gil Monrose of Mt. Zion Church of G-d in Brooklyn, New York. He is a Seventh Day Adventist. Guest two is Evan Bernstein who is New York Regional Director of the Anti Defamation league. Discussion topics related to Israel and the recent American politics that goes along with it.

 

square-play-button-icon_286550January 20, 2018

Daniel Rosenthal

Guest 1: Daniel Rosenthal, represents New York’s 27th Assembly District, which encompasses the neighborhoods of Kew Gardens Hills, Kew Gardens, Pomonok, Electchester, College Point and parts of Whitestone, Richmond Hill, Briarwood and Forest Hills.

kalman-yeger
Kalman Yeger

Guest 2: Kalman Yeger, New York City Council Member – NYC 44 District. He is a member of the following council committees: Committee on Contracts, Committee on Environmental Protection, Committee on Governmental Operations, Committee on Immigration, Committee on Oversight and Investigation and Committee on Technology.

 

square-play-button-icon_286550January 13, 2018

Nitsana with Samuel Katz, recently released, the book "Harpoon."  A gripping story of the Israeli-led effort, now joined by the Americans, to choke off the terrorists' oxygen supply, money, via unconventional warfare.
Nitsana with Samuel Katz, recently released, the book “Harpoon.” A gripping story of the Israeli-led effort, now joined by the Americans, to choke off the terrorists’ oxygen supply, money, via unconventional warfare.

Esteemed guest Nitsana Darshan-Leitner is an Israeli attorney, human rights activist and the founder of Shurat HaDin Israeli Law Center. She has been leading the legal fight against terror financing, the anti-Israel boycott campaigns (BDS) and combating the multitude of lawfare tactics utilized against the Jewish State by its enemies.

Discussion pertaining to interested ways the organization has shut off the monies available to terrorists on many occasions, including a successful effort she worked on that cut off $300M in funding.

 

square-play-button-icon_286550January 6, 2018

Jason received his Master's in Public Policy, with a focus in education policy, from the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. His thesis, "Choosing to Learn," assessed the scholarship tax credit programs operating in eight states including their impact of student performance, fiscal impact, program design, and popularity.
Jason received his Master’s in Public Policy, with a focus in education policy, from the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. His thesis, “Choosing to Learn,” assessed the scholarship tax credit programs operating in eight states including their impact of student performance, fiscal impact, program design, and popularity.

Jason Bedrick is the Director of Policy at EdChoice and was a policy analyst with Cato’s Center for Educational Freedom from 2012 to 2017. Bedrick previously served as a legislator in the New Hampshire House of Representatives and was an education policy research fellow at the Josiah Bartlett Center for Public Policy.

Discussion in regards to school choice and it’s origins. Information pertaining to segregation by housing that occurs in public school districts across the country. Voucher programs, public funds and many more details of the great school debate over access to high quality education that fits their independent educational needs.