Frank Vernuccio serves as editor-in-chief of the New York Analysis of Policy & Government, providing objective coverage of key issues facing the United States today. Frank is the co-host of the Vernuccio/Novak Report, nationally both on broadcast radio and the web at amfm247.com. FRANK also co-hosts of the “The American Political Zone,” Broadcast on the AUN-TV Network and on cable in eastern Connecticut. TOPIC: Whom Does the White House Represent?
In a recent article, the New York Times outlines the compromises that tech giant Apple has made in China to gain access to the booming market, including storing data on state-owned servers and censoring apps that the Chinese government takes issues with.
In an article titled “Censorship, Surveillance and Profits: A Hard Bargain for Apple in China,” the New York Times outlines the various concessions Apple has chosen to make to the Chinese government in exchange for being allowed to operate in the communist country.
Allieis available to weigh in on:
-President Biden’s plan to ban assault weapons and high-capacity magazines
-The rapid rise of the Woman Gun-Owner; who is she, and why are guns important to her
-Why gun ownership among women often cuts across the political divide
-The section in Allie’s new book “Uncensored America” that deals with gun control titled “Hope For The Best, Prepare For The Worst”
Allie Bloyd has appeared in multiple media markets including SiriusXM, Detroit, New Orleans, Tucson, Boston, Breitbart News and more.
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Andrea Smith: Andrea Smith, contributor to NBCNews.com, is an award-winning news and technology journalist. She spent over two decades as technology producer at ABC News and was Lifestyle Channel Editor at Mashable. She has appeared as a guest expert in technology segments on ABC’s World News Now, Good Morning America Now, and ABC affiliated Radio and TV stations across the U.S. and continues to lend her tech expertise in segments for WABC-TV and CNBC. Andrea also enjoys mentoring young women starting out in the business world and is a recipient of the 2015 Women in CE Legacy Award.