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PRESS RELEASE: Westchester Library System Elects New Board Members

Westchester Library System (WLS) recently elected new board members Julie Mills-Worthey and Sean Ryan and re-elected Alex Payan to the Board of Trustees

WLS welcomes Julie Mills Worthey of Mount Vernon as the District XIII representative covering Mount Vernon and Sean Ryan of Armonk as the District V representative covering Armonk, Bedford Village, Mount Pleasant, and Pound Ridge. Alex Payan of Port Chester was re-elected as the District X representative covering Port Chester, Rye Brook, Rye City and Rye Town and began his 5-year term along with the others as of January 1st.

Ms. Mills-Worthey is an attorney specializing in Family Law. Her private practice follows decades of public sector service with a not for profit agency and in state government. A proud resident of Mount Vernon, NY, Ms. Mills-Worthey has an extensive record of local community service and has served on the boards of the Westchester Black Bar Association, the Association of Community Based Artists of Westchester and the Mount Vernon Boys and Girls Club. Most notably, Ms. Mills-Worthey was appointed by the Mount Vernon City School District to serve a five-year term as trustee of the Mount Vernon Public Library in 2009. During her tenure on the Mount Vernon Public Library Board, Ms. Mills-Worthey served as President while an eight-month, nationwide search for an executive director was undertaken. As Vice President of the Library Board in 2014, she was engaged in the highly complex and successful process of bringing the Mount Vernon Public Library budget to a public vote that recorded a historic voter turnout and secured the Library’s first majority “yes” vote.

In addition, Ms. Mills-Worthey is a trained volunteer facilitator for Lambda Peer Support Services (LPSS), a Westchester LGBTQ organization, and a longtime supporter of NEWFEST, New York’s premier LGBTQ film festival, and has been most recently a part of Beyond Brave and Bold, a collective of women of color who are presenting a two-day conference for Black Lesbians at the Barnard Center for Research on Women. Registration for the conference scheduled for March 2016 was completely sold out as of December of 2015.

After over thirty years of experience, Mr. Ryan retired from IBM in 2004 serving as a General Manager of their Distribution Sector and Vice President of Retail Industry Outsourcing at their Global Services in Somers and as a Laboratory Director of Retail Systems Products in Raleigh, NC. In his retirement, Mr. Ryan has been an active member of the North Castle Public Library Board of Trustees since 2013 and is currently President. Prior to that, he served as a member of the Friends of the North Castle Public Library since 2004 and was their President from 2009-2012.

During his experience as track and cross country coach at Briarcliff High School, Mr. Ryan became involved with the coordination of an annual 5K race sponsored by Armonk’s Chamber of Commerce. His vision brought a fun community event to the town that benefitted the Friends of the North Castle Library. Mr. Ryan continues to support the race, which is now known as Jamie’s 5K Run for Love, in memory of Jamie Love, a Byram Hills High School graduate who passed away from an undetected heart ailment in 2013.

Mr. Payan has over 15 years of marketing research experience in the corporate world with an array of international companies such as Kraft Foods Global (Shopper Insights). His background in the marketing field includes various methodologies in quantitative and qualitative market research studies including branding, product testing, awareness and usage, strategic brand positioning and tracking. He is currently the Director of Port Chester Cares for Family Services of Westchester in Port Chester.

With a passion for learning, Mr. Payan continues his studies at New York University in a Post-Master’s Advanced Program in Education, expecting to graduate in 2018. Furthering his business knowledge, Mr. Payan is also studying at Long Island University and plans to graduate later this year with a Master’s of Business Administration in Management. In addition, Mr. Payan continues to broaden his leadership skills at Manhattanville College by pursuing a Master’s of Science in Business Leadership with an anticipated graduation date of 2017. Mr. Payan upholds his passion for education, not only as a student but also as an educator, by putting to use his Master’s Degree in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL), Master of Professional Studies as an adjunct English as Second Language (ESL) teacher at both Norwalk Community College and the EF International Language Center. He is also actively involved in numerous civic organizations.

In addition, the WLS Board elected the following officers for 2016: Catherine Draper of Pelham as President; Mary Amato of Yonkers as Vice-President; Sean Ryan of Armonk as Secretary; and Edris Scherer of North Castle will continue as Treasurer.

The Westchester Library System is located at 540 White Plains Road, Suite 200, Tarrytown, NY

10591. More information about WLS is available at their website:

About the Westchester Library System

The Westchester Library System (WLS) includes 38 member public libraries located throughout the County and is one of New York State's 23 public library systems. WLS and its member libraries have a total collection over 5 Million items, including 3.7 Million books, as well as audio recordings, videocassettes, DVDs, print serials, and other materials. The mission of the Westchester Library System is to ensure that all residents have seamless access to excellent library service throughout Westchester County. The Westchester Library System serves as a center of innovation for the Westchester County library community. WLS provides model programs, affordable and easy-to-use information technology, and support services that enable libraries to continuously improve service to their communities. For more information, please visit:
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Sanders is Late to the Wall Street Revolution

Noah Smith, Bloomberg View: If there is one presidential candidate who embodies the nation's lingering post-2008 rage at Wall Street, that surely has to be Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders.

No other candidate has argued as strenuously for financial reform, or used rhetoric that so forcefully paints a struggle between the financial industry and the rest of the economy.

Whether that narrative is accurate, Sanders' concrete proposals give the impression that he hasn't carefully evaluated the policy landscape.

Some of the things Sanders is suggesting have largely been done. For example, he recently declared that in its first 100 days, his administration would "create a list of too-big-to-fail banks and insurance companies."

Such a list already exists. Under the Dodd-Frank Act of 2010, the Financial Stability Oversight Council -- a branch of the Treasury Department -- must maintain a list of systemically important financial institutions (SIFIs) -- that is, banks, brokerage firms and insurance companies that are considered too big to fail because their collapse would endanger the financial system. So Sanders' proposal is already reality.

Other proposals don't seem like they would address the problems Sanders thinks they will address. For example, he recently tweeted: "Real Wall Street reform means ... re-establishing firewalls that separates risk taking from traditional banking."

Here Sanders is talking about re-implementing the Glass-Steagall Act -- a Depression-era rule that separated investment banking from commercial banking -- which was repealed in 1999. Sanders has attacked rival Hillary Clinton for not strongly supporting its return.

The problem is, there is no indication that Sanders really understands what Glass-Steagall does. All aspects of banking involve risk-taking. Investment banks underwrite and sell securities for corporations, which entails the risk that these companies will not be able to repay their obligations.

Commercial banks take deposits and make loans, thereby incurring the risk that the loans will not pay off. Separating these two activities will do very little, if anything, to make banks less risky.

"In particular, Glass-Steagall would have done almost nothing to prevent the 2008 financial crisis. The costly mistakes made by the big banks that led to their insolvency weren't in the area of investment banking. Banks got into trouble by buying toxic mortgage-backed securities and using too much leverage, not by underwriting failing companies."

"Other financial reform proposals of Bernie's seem either bizarre or inadvisable. For example, Sanders has declared that he wants to fund free college tuition with a tax on financial transactions. However, Italy's experience shows that while this sort of tax -- called a Tobin tax, after the economist James Tobin -- is effective at reducing trading volumes, it isn't very good at raising money."

A final example is Sanders' proposal to audit the Federal Reserve. Sanders has been working with Sen. Rand Paul, R-Kentucky, on this initiative. But as former Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke has explained, the Fed is already audited. 

What Sanders and Paul and his father before him, former Texas Rep. Ron Paul, want to do is to give Congress close oversight of the daily operation of monetary policy, compromising the Fed's independence. That would dramatically decrease the central bank's ability to respond to crises and recessions like the one the U.S. recently experienced.

In all of these cases, Sanders seems either uninformed or seems not to have thought very carefully about the actual ramifications of his specific proposals. His general anti-big-bank attitude might be beneficial, if he appointed tougher regulators who were less likely to fall under the influence of the companies they oversaw. But the effect of that kind of attitude shift isn't easy to predict."

"In other words, Sanders' crusade against Wall Street might do a little good, but his main objectives have already being accomplished to a large degree. He likes to say that he wants a revolution, but what he is proposing isn't very revolutionary."
Most of the biggest reforms in finance have already happened.
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@Lohud Lies....The ‪#‎WhitePlains‬ ‪#‎JournalNews‬ Is Lying To ‪#‎WestchesterCounty‬ Advertisers And Readers 

‪#‎Gannett‬'s(@Gannett) Journal News Twitter Account (@lohud) Claims To Have Just Over 44,400 Followers, As Editor ‪#‎TraciBauer‬ (@tbauer) Has Allowed The ‪#‎TwitterAccount‬ To Be Populated With about 13,000 ‪#‎FakeTwitterFollowers‬ 

Is @lohud's audience analyst ‪#‎AnjanetteDelgado‬ (@AnjDelgado) and engagement editor Christine Gritmon (@cgritmon) violating ‪#‎twitter‬'s terms of service by illegally buying twitter followers? 

Is this inflated twitter follower problem isolated @lohud or is it occurring at other Gannett twitter pages? 

Are the follower accounts accurate at other Journal News and LoHud social media pages? 

Is someone at Gannett or Journal News getting raises and bonuses for inflated ‪#‎socialmedia‬ stats? 

Just start clicking on the Lohud Followers and see that many have never tweeted or have followers of the own. Most are twitter egg accounts with no activity.
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Girl Scout Sells Cookies Outside of Pot Dispensary

It's that time of year again. Time when your local market entrances are flooded with Girl Scouts selling boxes of Samoas, Tagalongs and Thin Mints.

But one 13-year-old Girl Scout in San Francisco and her mother made a rather business-savvy decision to sell cookies outside of a medical marijuana dispensary.

On Monday, Danielle Lei and her mother set up shop outside the Green Cross store with the cookies. With the store's blessing, Lei sold 117 boxes in two hours.
It's that time of year again. Time when your local market entrances are flooded with Girl Scouts selling boxes of Samoas, Tagalongs and Thin Mints. But one 13-year-old Girl Scout in San Francisco and her mother made a rather business-savvy decision to sell cookies outside of a medical marijuana dispensary.
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#Sanders to #Berniebros: 'We Don't Want That Crap'

#Bernie Sanders had a terse message for any of his supporters who engage in online harassment: "We don't want that crap."

He told CNN Sunday that the so-called "Berniebro" phenomenon is "disgusting" and "anybody who is supporting me that is doing the sexist things -- we don't want them."

The phenomenon, where a mob of online Sanders supporters attack politicians and writers who express views critical of the Vermont senator or supportive of his Democratic rival #Hillary #Clinton, launched numerous think pieces from #journalists unfortunate enough to encounter them online.

"Just know you represent our movement and be respectful with those who disagree with you," said the campaign's digital media director Hector Sigala.

LOL...But that's okay. It's Bernie. He's different.
It's not every day that a candidate labels activities that are ostensibly done to bolster his or her candidacy "crap."
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Why you should think twice before applying for a job titled "Aquarium #scuba #shark doctor"
During a routine checkup on a pregnant ragged tooth shark being moved to an isolated tank, she is unsettled and attacks one of the divers. This was a routine procedure for pregnant sharks that has be
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Oy Vey! Extremist TEA Party Lunatic #TedNugent Goes Anti-Semitic in Gun Rant

The obnoxious right-wing rocker Ted Nugent wrote a Facebook post about gun rights Monday that's blatantly anti-Semitic. 

Under the caption "So who is really behind gun control?", Nugent showed photos of eight American politicians and four others, all of them #Jewish

An Israeli flag appears above each one and he dubbed #MichaelBloomberg the "Jew York City mayor." 

He wrote, "Know them well. Tell everyone you know how evil they are. Let us raise maximum hell to shut them down!" 

LOL...Ted LOL....Ted Your forgot #BernieSanders....

Ted "The #Pedophile" Nuggent added in a comment, "Never again" followed by profanity, a reference to an expression about never allowing another Holocaust.

The millionaire #deadbeatdad Nugent tastefully added: Know these punks. They hate freedom, they hate good over evil, they would deny us the basic human right to self defense & to KEEP & BEAR ARMS while many of them have tax paid hired ARMED security! Know them well. Tell every 1 you know how evil they are. Let us raise maximum hell to shut them down!

#DebbieSclussel responded, "Ted: As a religious #Jew who testified with you in the #Michigan Senate for relaxing gun laws and strengthening the 2nd Amendment, I'm absolutely disgusted but not at all surprised that you are showing what I always suspected: that you are a #JewHater and a piece of crap. Ted Nugent Endorses Jews, then Announces He Hates Jews. Also, I'm sickened you invoke the slogan of Jewish Holocaust survivors, "Never Again" in mockery. Go to hell, -----!"

LOL...This TEA Partier is a menace to the human race and a danger to any peaceful society.

The fact that Ted Nugent and #DonaldTrump are even taken seriously as political beings says a great deal about how far out of touch with reality a large swath of American conservatism has become.

They are both narcissistic gasbags, products of celebrity culture run amok. I used to think reasonable people would rise up to drown out the voices of such clowns, but the last few years have not been encouraging.
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When Things Go Bad People Pull Out The Bibles....

Photo Of #MountVernon Rapper #DMX (#Earl Simmons) In The #WestchesterCounty Hospital Hugging His Mother, Who Is Holding a #Bible
#DMX Hugs Mom - Black Westchester (@BlkWestchesterM) Exclusive With A #MountVernon Rapper … Embedded image. 4:59 AM - 10 Feb 2016. 1 Like. Reply to @MountVernonRU ...
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Professor Who Exposed Flint Crisis Lives Lonely Life

In 2003 the Virginia Tech civil-engineering professor said that there was lead in the Washington, D.C., water supply, and that the city had been poisoning its residents. He was right.

Last fall he said there was lead in the water in Flint, Mich., despite the reassurances of state and local authorities that the water was safe. He was right about that, too.

But being right in these cases has not made Mr. Edwards happy.

Vindicated or not, the professor says his trials over the last decade and a half have cost him friends, professional networks, and thousands of dollars of his own money.

Working with residents of Flint, Mr. Edwards led a study that revealed that the elevated lead levels in people's homes were not isolated incidents but a result of a systemic problem that had been ignored by state scientists.

He has since been appointed to a task force to help fix those problems in Flint. 

In an interview with The Chronicle, Mr. Edwards said that the systems built to support scientists do not reward moral courage and that the university pipeline contains toxins of its own -- which, if ignored, will corrode public faith in science. 

It sucks that being right, in this case, had no reward. Such a dilemma leads Mr. Edwards to conclude that "Public science is broken."

This guy reminds me of Dr Hans Blix, who told the world over and over again that Bush-Cheney and Tony Blair were lying, but many folks didn't listen.

The rest is just history.
Marc Edwards, a professor of civil engineering at Virginia Tech, has become something of a folk hero for his role in identifying lead in the city’s water. But he says he takes no pleasure in the attention. Instead he worries that university res
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Two drunken Irishmen trying to move couch down the road with hand-truck goes as well as you'd expect. (Not safe for work language, if you can understand them)
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Sanders Hosted Big-Money Democratic #Fundraisers

In recent years, #Bernie Sanders has been billed as one of the hosts for the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee's retreats for the "Majority Trust" -- an elite group of top donors who give more than $30,000 per year -- at Martha's Vineyard in the summer and Palm Beach, Florida, in the winter.

CNN has obtained invitations that listed Sanders as a host for at least one Majority Trust event in each year since 2011.

The retreats are typically attended by 100 or more donors who have either contributed the annual legal maximum of $33,400 to the DSCC, raised more than $100,000 for the party or both.

A Democratic #lobbyist and #donor who has attended the retreats told CNN that about 25% of the attendees there represent the financial sector -- and that Sanders and his wife, Jane, are always present.

"At each of the events all the senators speak. And I don't recall him ever giving a speech attacking us," the donor said. "While progressive, his remarks were always in the mainstream of what you hear from senators."

B-b-b-but I thought #Berneeeeeee was different!?!?

LOL...I know it'll be seen as a "smear" or a "hit job" by some of Bernie #Sanders' more fervent supporters, but the fact of the matter is that he's run for office with money some of the people from institutions he condemns funneled into the Democratic Party apparatus.

I'm not sure that quite meets the requirements for his supporters to call the practice "plausible #deniability."

It's what politicians do: #schmooze and curry favor with those who control the purse strings.

LOL...I wonder what's it like on the Vineyard and at Palm Beach during those times of the year the plutocrats hobnob with him and the other members of the in-crowd?

Bernie Sanders rails against big money in politics, but has consistently helped and benefited from the Democratic Party fundraising apparatus
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Recall Effort Approved to Remove Michigan Governor

A Michigan state board has approved circulation of a petition to recall Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder -- but not over the water crisis in Flint. The Board of State Canvassers, part of the secretary of state's office, rejected nine other recall petitions, six of them based on Snyder's widely criticized handling of lead from corroded pipes that began leaching into #Flint homes following a cost-saving move to pump water from the Flint River. It takes three members of the four-person member board, which is split between Republicans and Democrats, to approve a recall petition.
The petition seeks to remove Gov. Rick Snyder from office over a schools reshuffle — not over the water crisis in Flint.
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Was raised by a single mother who worked two jobs to support my sister and myself. From the age of nine until my teenage years I watched and raised my younger sister, while my mother worked two jobs. In the middle of the ninth grade I left school to work.

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I have a beautiful Korean wife and two adopted children who are now grown men. The oldest son works in Indiana. The younger son is a Sargent in the army reserves and a student at the University of Arizona.

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Citizen Journalist, Janitor, and Hacker (in that order) Being Brian Harrod is a job sometimes. I use blogs to report on hyper local news stories and social networking sites to editorialize in national news stories. Other times I am a self employed owner of a janitorial services firm and a former owner of retail stores. I will soon be opening a new store with my wife. Disclaimer: The views expressed by me are mine (all mine!) and are also the views of my employer since I am self employed. So there.
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