Cat's Roundtable radio,Eric Trump, Admiral Stavidis NATO, Mark Peters DOI, Dr. Hamilton NYU Sunday July 31, 2016
Admiral James Stavridis, NATO... Heather MacDonald, crime... Dr. Andrew Hamilton, NYU... Hank Sheinkoph, politics...Mark Peters, City investigator DOI... Don Lee, Assembly Financial District, Eric Trump.
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Donald is the ticket!
Eric Trump, 32, is the third child of businessman, and Republican Presidential nominee Donald Trump and his first wife, Ivana Trump. He is the executive vice president, development and acquisitions, of The Trump Organization, and directs all new project acquisition and development throughout the world, with his brother, Donald, Jr. and sister, Ivanka. He joined The Trump Organization in 2006, the same year he founded the Eric Trump Foundation, which raises money for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. His corporate responsibility is the domestic and global expansion of the company's real estate interests. The young Trump is a key element of his father’s successful campaign for President in 2016. In 2012, Trump was recognized by Forbes magazine among their top "30 under 30" in real estate and by the New York Observer as one of the "20 Most Important Young Philanthropists"
Vetted for VP-HRC
Former Navy Admiral James Stavridis retired Admiral in the U.S. Navy - he led the NATO Alliance in global operations from 2009 to 2013 as Supreme Allied Commander. He also served as Commander of U.S. Southern Command - with responsibility for all military operations in Latin America from 2006-2009. Admiral Stavridis is the dean of The Fletcher School at Tufts University. The Fletcher School is oldest exclusively graduate school of international affairs in the United States. His was Supreme Allied Commander - NATO and commander of U.S. European Commander (2009-2013) - Chair of the Board - U.S. Naval Institute (2013-present) - Commander U.S. Southern Command in Miami (2006-2009) - Senior Military Assistant to Secretary of Defense and Secretary of the Navy. His newest book is The Accidental Admiral (October 2014 - Naval Institute Press); http://accidentaladmiral.com ks (2001-2002).
Elimination stop & frisk adds to gun play
Heather Mac Donald is the Thomas W. Smith Fellow at the Manhattan Institute and a contributing editor of City Journal. Mac Donald's newest book, The War on Cops (2016), warns that raced-based attacks on the criminal-justice system, from the White House on down, are eroding the authority of law and putting lives at risk. In Are Cops Racist?(2010), another City Journal anthology, Mac Donald investigates the workings of the police, the controversy over so-called racial profiling, and the anti-profiling lobby’s harmful effects on black Americans. A nonpracticing lawyer, Mac Donald clerked for the Honorable Stephen Reinhardt, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, and was an attorney-advisor in the Office of the General Counsel of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and a volunteer with the Natural Resources Defense Council. In 1998, Mac Donald was appointed to Mayor Rudolph Giuliani’s task force on the City University of New York. In 2012, she received the Quill & Badge Award for Excellence in Communication from the International Union of Police Associations.
Hillary is going to be ok.
Hank Sheinkopf is a public relations powerhouse and master of communications strategy. An early creator of integrated strategic campaigns using all forms of media - Sheinkopf has won national and international awards for his radio and TV productions. He is a veteran of more than 700 political - public policy and public relations campaigns around the world - and now leads a team that continues to shape the dynamic landscape of politics and business in the U.S. and beyond.
Very Succesful Philadelphia Convention
Governor Ed Rendell is Chairman of the 2016 Host Committee for the Democratic Convention in Philadelphia where he served as Mayor then Governor of the State. He served as the 45th Governor of Pennsylvania - from 2003 to 2011. He was Chairman of the Democratic National Committee during the 2000 presidential election. From 2008 to 2009 - Governor Rendell was the Chairman of the National Governors Association. Rendell was Mayor of Philadelphia from 1992 – 2000 - and prior to that was the District Attorney of Philadelphia from 1978-1986. In April 2011 - Rendell joined Element Partners - a Philadelphia-based cleantech investment firm - as an Operating Partner. Rendell is an expert on US infrastructure and everyone’s choice for Vice President in 2016.
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Thriving education at NYU
Andrew Hamilton was named the 16th president of New York University in March 2015. He most recently served as the vice chancellor of Oxford University, the university’s senior officer, after an academic career that took him from Princeton to the University of Pittsburgh, and then to Yale, where he was named provost. Throughout his time in academic leadership positions, he has maintained his scholarly work, including an active research laboratory, and will continue to do so at NYU. A distinguished chemist and a Fellow of the Royal Society, Dr. Hamilton’s scholarly work lies at the intersection of organic and biologic chemistry. He received his PhD from Cambridge University, his master’s degree from the University of British Columbia, and his undergraduate degree from Exeter University.
Ready to serve his community in Albany
Don Lee is the Democratic candidate for Assembly District 65 in Lower Manhattan, Disgraced Shelly Silver’s former seat. Raised in Chinatown and residing in the 65th Assembly District since grade school. He has worked for the administrations of Mayors Koch, Dinkins, Giuliani, and Bloomberg. In between years working in government, Don served as an executive in the private sector focusing on Information Technology and Healthcare. With a background in Information Technology, he has been helping businesses and organizations grow and create jobs. Don is a proud product of NYC public schools, attending P.S. 130, J.H.S. 65 (now M.S. 131), and Seward Park High School before graduating from NYU. Don, his wife Lai, and their daughter Victoria have been long-time residents of Battery Park City.
Honest guards at Rikers applaud the arrest of crooked guards
Mark Peters is the DOI Commissioner appointed by Mayor Bill de Blasio in January 2014. As DOI Commissioner, Mr. Peters leads an agency with oversight of more than 300,000 City employees in 45-plus City agencies and dozens of Boards and Commissions, and includes the Office of the Special Commissioner of Investigation for the New York City School District, which monitors the Department of Education’s 135,000 employees; the Office of the Inspector General for the New York City Housing Authority; and the Office of Inspector General for the New York City Police Department, a unit created in 2014. Commissioner Peters is a former prosecutor at the New York State Attorney General’s Office where he served as Chief of the Public Corruption Unit and Deputy Chief of the Civil Rights Bureau. In those roles he oversaw cases against a range of companies that diverted public funds, and against public officials, including police departments that violated state and federal laws, and he prosecuted members of a political organization that diverted AIDS funding to election campaigns.