WOR Week In Review

Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the Morning:

The New York City Council is expected to vote next week on a bill that would require NYPD officers to file paperwork documenting every interaction they have with the public, ranging from arrests to merely giving a lost tourist directions to the subway. Critics of the bill, including former NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton, say it will keep cops off the streets by burying them in an avalanche of paperwork. He spoke with Len and Michael this week about just why he thinks this plan is crazy.



Len and Michael spoke this week with Cristyne Nicholas, chairwoman of the Broadway Association, about the effect congestion pricing will have on theatergoers.



Actress Joan Collins spoke with the guys this week about her new book on her legendary career. And yes, she really DOES know Michael!



Mark Simone:

Will Hunter Biden go to jail for his crimes? And is there a provable link between his businesses and the President? Boston radio host Howie Carr weighed in with Mark on the Biden crime family this week.



Did “Saturday Night Live” cross the line into antisemitism with their sketch about colleges last weekend? Former SNL writer Alan Zweibel talked about it with Mark this week.



The economy appears to finally be rebounding from the pandemic, but is another financial cloud on the horizon? Mark spoke with Fox Business’ Charles Payne about what to expect in the months ahead this week.


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