Friday, August 31, 2012

A movie that a lot of people are watching

 
Like may of you, I've been hearing a lot about a movie called "2016".  

It is a documentary about the life and times of Barrack Obama.  The trailer tries to tell you the story of BO, from his unuual relationship with his father to growing up in Hawaii.

Here is the trailer:




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Thursday, August 30, 2012

Ann Romney was just great

Ann Romney is the Romney campaign "clean up hitter", lead off hitter" and "closer".

Mrs Romney was just fantastic in Tampa.

First, she spoke from the heart and we felt it.  Her words were sincere and beautiful.

Second, she recounted her life as a wife, mother and grandmother of 18.

Third, she reminded us that we are a nation of immigrants or people who came here to start a new life.

Fourth, she told us about her husband Mitt.  She described his integrity, business acumen and the character of the man she met many years ago.

It was a smash.  I have  never seen a convention speech like that before.  We will probably never see another one again.

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Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Gov Romney needs to say 3 things about US-Latin America relations

Let's hope that it's Pres Romney next year.  Let's also hope that a Pres Romney understands 3 things about Latin America.

First, there is great danger in the potential association of drug cartels and terrorist groups.  This is a potential threat to our cities and our people.   We need to support Mexico and smaller Central Americans in their fight with the cartels.

Second, we need a quick presidential visit to countries like Colombia and Chile, a couple of strong allies in South America.

Third, we need more trade with Latin America.  It will create jobs up here and down there.  It is beneficial to both sides!

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Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Romney-Ryan is in a strong position on the first day of the GOP convention

The GOP convention is finally here and Romney-Ryan are are doing quite well.

First, the race is a dead heat.  At the same time, Pres BO is still under 50% or the danger zone for incumbents.

Second, Pres BO's "nuclear attack" on Gov Romney did not work.  The Obama reelection campaign has spent 2 months trying to destroy Romney but it did not work.   They've burned through a lot of cash and the polls did not change.

Third, picking Ryan has energized the base and forced the Dems to talk about issues, such as the deficit or Medicare.

The race is not over yet.  There are still 70-plus days ahead.  Nevertheless, it looks to me more and more that we will have a new president & vice-president.

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Monday, August 27, 2012

Some thoughts about Neil Armstrong

Neil Armstrong died over the weekend.  He was 82 and apparently dealing with some medical complications.

Many of us are old enough to remember when Neil Armstrong & Apollo 11 landed on the moon.

Back then, men like Neil Armstrong, and the other astronauts, were huge heroes.  We admired them.  We loved them.  They were just great.  We watched the launches.  We adored watching the capsule hit the water when the mission was completed.

He was a simple man born in the Midwest:

"Born in Wapakoneta, Ohio, Armstrong had acquired his student pilot's licence by the age of 16. In 1947, he went to Purdue University on a navy scholarship to study aeronautical engineering, but two years later the Korean war intervened, and he flew 78 combat missions. Eventually he completed his BSc at Purdue and an MSc in aerospace engineering at the University of Southern California.
In 1955 he went to Cleveland, Ohio, as a civilian research pilot at the Lewis Research Centre of what became the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (Nasa), and later that year to Edwards Air Force Base in California. As a pioneer of many high-speed aircraft, involved in both piloting and engineering, he flew over 200 different models, including jets, rockets, helicopters and gliders."

Over the last years, we've cut back on NASA.  We are no longer in the space exploration business.  What a lousy way to remember the legacy of Neil Armstrong and Apollo 11.

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Sunday, August 26, 2012

The Rangers and a few other baseball thoughts


The Rangers have the best record in the AL and are clicking just in time for the post season.  They are scoring a ton of runs.   David Murphy  has been on fire for weeks and Adrian Beltre is torrid.  Josh Hamilton is up to 107 rbi's!

The big baseball story is the LA-Boston trade.  It was "a salary dump" for Boston.   Frankly, I am not crazy about a team taking other people's overpaid under producers but that's what happens in modern baseball.

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Saturday, August 25, 2012

Another week of bad economic numbers

We would rather report "good news" about the US economy.  However, we can't because this is what we are reading on the front pages:

1) The CBO is warning about how the deficits are hurting any kind of recovery:

"The CBO also notes that if Congress doesn’t figure out a way to address the impending “fiscal cliff” (budget cuts and the expiration of the Bush-era tax cuts), the U.S. will enter a double-dip recession and unemployment will jump to nine percent."  (The Blaze)

2) Incomes are dropping......did we really need a study to learn that?

3) Pres BO will add $4 trillion to our already very big debt levels.


This is a very bad of economic data.  On second thought, we've been on this ride of "bad economic news" for some time.



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Friday, August 24, 2012

A different way of looking at a college education

How much is your college degree?  Are you getting more money's worth? 

We spoke with Aaron Clarey, author of "Worthless", a book about the value of a college degree.  

Leslie Eastman has a great review of the book (including videos):

"My favorite line from “Worthless” is: THE TRUTH IS NOT OPTIONAL. 

However, young students are persuaded to obtain college degrees that do not give them skills at real wealth production, as they are persuaded to pursue the “interests” instead of obtaining something actually marketable. 

In an environment in which the Internet and social medial allows one readily to engage in boutique hobbies, we are in dire need of people who can design and manufacture computers, iPods, DVD players… or materially produce the energy to run them (e.g., petroleum engineers, chemists). 

As a result, Americans are losing the ability to generate real wealth for themselves, which damages or bottom-line/generantional Gross Domestic Product and directs them into “crusader” careers that steals the wealth from those of us who manage to actually get a worthy degree."

We would recommend this book to a college student or someone thinking about his current educational situation.

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Thursday, August 23, 2012

A look at some presidential elections in US history

We hear often that this is the "most important election of our lifetime".   

In my opinion, the 5 most important elections in US history are as follows:

1796:  Our first competitive election after Pres Washington retired from power.  It was the election that created the two party system, i.e. the current Democrats and the Whigs that became the modern GOP;

1860: The election that put Abraham Lincoln in power and saw the nation break into two;

1876: The election that really ended the Civil War and condemned US blacks to second class status in the South;

1932: The election that put FDR in the White House; and,

1980: The election that put Reagan in power.

 I can safely say that 2012 is one of the most important elections ever.  It will be huge because there is a real choice.  

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Wednesday, August 22, 2012

The "dreamers", the rule of law & the aftermath of Mexico's election

Gov Perry made it clear today that Pres BO's executive decree won't play in Texas:

"Gov. Rick Perry has told state agencies that the Obama administration's new program allowing some illegal immigrants to avoid deportation is "a slap in the face to the rule of law," and clarified that Texas' immigration policies won't change.
In a letter dated Aug. 16 that was addressed and sent Monday to all agency heads individually, as well as to Attorney General Greg Abbott, Perry said he was seeking to "avoid any confusion on the impact of the Obama administration's actions." He added that the federal policy confers "absolutely no legal status whatsoever to any alien who qualifies."  (Perry)

Glad to see Gov Perry stand up for the rule of law.  He is right that Pres BO's executive decree is a slap in the face of the rule of law.

Meanwhile, everything is quiet and tranquil in Mexico after July's elections.  The opposition PRD has accepted results even if its Sr LO is still clinging to some hope that a judge will invalidate the election.

Mexico's new president won't take over until December 1st.  

Let's hope that the new presidents will get together and work on some important issues affecting the US-Mexico relationship.

First, we need to support Mexico's war against the cartels.  Mexico needs weapons and we should continue funding The Merida Plan started by Pres Bush in 2007.

Second, Mexico & the US need to revive the "brasero" program that was so successful in reducing illegal border crossings.   Third, Mexico needs to attract more investment.

Fourth, we in the US have to cut back on our consumption of illegal drugs.  The truth is that we are funding the cartels with our billions of dollars in drug use.  

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Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Another weird day for Pres BO PLUS the conventions are just around the corner

We saw Pres BO make an unexpected appearance before the White House press corps. He went before the press to satisfy demands that he was not talking to the media.

The Newsweek article (and cover page) was also the talk of the town.   

Why did Newsweek run this article?  

First, it is a great article.  It is well written and makes a strong case against Pres BO & VP Biden.

Second, I think that a lot of liberals & Dems are also getting worried with Obama.

As Barry told us tonight, it's "showtime" and we will soon be in full campaign mode.

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Monday, August 20, 2012

Pres BO has divided this country like no one before

Another poll and more evidence that we are a very divided nation.  

In other words, our next president faces a historic challenge, perhaps the biggest challenge since Pres Lincoln walked into the office 152 years ago.

We are deeply divided nation.  Our differences are about everything, from marriage to the role of government.


"One can also see the new Republican Party in those Americans who strongly identify with the tea party movement or are evangelical Christians who came to prominence in the party over the past two decades. There is even a group of Republicans who see a role for bigger government — at least a bigger role than others in the party accept.

The Democratic coalition includes a large share of liberal, affluent and mostly secular white voters but also a loyal cadre of African Americans and Latinos who are more religious and more conservative on social issues. The gap between them on social issues remains wide, but they are generally united in advocating a significant role for government."

My guess is that this "divide" will get worse if Pres BO is reelected.  It could be better with a Pres Romney because of the "honeymoon" that the new president gets.  No matter what, we are a divided country and things could get very ugly.

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Sunday, August 19, 2012

The Dems in "freak out mode" over Obama/Biden

It was a very bad week for the Obama/Biden ticket.

Pres Obama can't seem to get out of that 44-46% rut.  He's been stuck there for months.   We know this:  It's very hard for incumbents to get reelected when they are under 50%!

VP Biden had an even worse week.  He made another one of his famous "gaffes", or a reference to the GOP putting people back in chains.  

Rasmussen has a new poll and they won't like it at the Obama reelection office:  Better Qualified To Serve As President? 42% Say Ryan, 40% Biden

Gov Romney's selection of Rep Paul has thrown a real curve to the Dems.  They started out thinking that Ryan would make the GOP vulnerable on Medicare.  

However, it's starting to look like the exact opposite.   Ryan is really connecting with voters and has energized the GOP base.  He sounds pretty good to independents, specially those concerned that we need more than "hope and change" to tackle our financial problems.

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Saturday, August 18, 2012

More on the coming US-China collision


We are currently borrowing 40 cents of every dollar spent by the US government.   We are running a trillion dollar deficit at the federal level.  

Guess who is buying our bonds to make those deficits possible?   The answer is China.

As we discussed on Friday's show, it may be time to issue tariffs on Chinese products to protect the US manufacturer.  We believe in free trade but this is unfair trade, or the kind of economic relationship that hurts US small businesses.

Last year, I was talking to as small businessman in Dallas who could not compete with China.  They were undercutting his prices to such an extent that it was impossible to operate a business.  We need to protect that small businessman not Chinese interests!  

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Friday, August 17, 2012

US-China: What could go wrong?

We hear a lot about China and the US.  We are told that China is stealing us blind or just taking all of our manufacturing jobs.  

What happens when one country buys billions of dollars in public bonds or literally makes just about everything that we can consume?  The answer is that we are vulnerable to that country.

My guess is that we've reached a point where a US president needs to sit down with China and reset the rules of the game.  Yes, we want free trade but that's not what we have now.

There are also national security implications when one country can exercise undue influence because they hold a lot of your debt.

It's time to reset the relationship.  We can start by making it more profitable for US companies to manufacture in the US and to attract more foreign investment into our economy.

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Thursday, August 16, 2012

It was 35 years ago that Elvis Presley died

We went to bed 35 years ago wondering how Elvis Presley died at age 42.  It was a shock for most of us who were not aware of his destructive lifestyle, and more specifically how that lifestyle had really deteriorated in the last two years of his life:

"He divorced his wife in 1973 and developed a dangerous dependence on prescription drugs. 

He was also addicted to junk food and gained considerable weight. 

In the last two years of his life, he made erratic stage appearances and lived nearly as a recluse. 

On the afternoon of August 16, 1977, he was found unconscious in his Graceland mansion and rushed to the hospital, where he was pronounced dead. 

He was buried on the grounds of Graceland, which continues to attract fans and has been turned into a highly successful tourist attraction."  (History)

I'll leave it to others to write about Elvis and how his life ended at age 42.  I will just focus on the incredible musical legacy that he left behind.   Elvis is still the greatest American recording star and no one will ever  dethrone him.

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"It was a night oo-oo what a night
It was it really was such a night
The moon was bright oh how so bright
It was it really was such a night
The night was alive with stars above
And when she kissed me I had to fall in love

Oh it was a kiss oo-oo what a kiss
It was it really was such a kiss
Oh how she could kiss oh what a kiss
It was it really was such a kiss
Just the thought of her lips Sets me afire
I reminisce and I'm filled with desire
Well I gave my heart to her sweet surrender
How well I remember, I'll always remember

Oh, what a night oo-oo what a night
It was it really was such a night
Came the dawn and my heart and her love
And the night was gone
But I'll never forget the kiss
The kiss in the moonlight
Oo-oo such a kiss, oo-oo such a night

Huh, it was a night oo-oo what a night
It was it really was such a night
Came the dawn and my heart and her love
And the night was gone
But I'll never forget the kiss
The kiss in the moonlight
How well I remember, I'll always remember

Oh,that night oo-oo what a night
It was it really was such a night
When we kissed I had to fall in love
Well I gave my heart to her sweet surrender
How well I remember, I'll always remember

Oh that night oo-oo what a night
It was it really was such a night
When we kissed I had to fall in love
Well she's gone, gone, gone
Yes she's gone, gone, gone
Came the dawn, dawn, dawn
And the night was gone
But before that dawn
Yes before that dawn and before that dawn
Oo-oo, oo-oo, oo-oo, ahh
Such a night...."


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Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Looking for a serious Democrat who will call on the Obama reelection campaign to get out of the gutter

The Obama reelection campaign hit bottom last week blaming Gov Romney for the death of a woman.

They went even lower when VP Biden said this:

"They’ve said it. Every Republican’s voted for it. Look at what they value and look at their budget and what they’re proposing. Romney wants to let the—he said in the first 100 days, he’s going to let the big banks once again write their own rules–unchain Wall Street. 

They’re going to put y’all back in chains. He’s said he’s going to do nothing about stopping the practice of outsourcing….."

How in the world can VP Biden be allowed to make a statement like this?  Where are the serious Dems?  Is there a serious Dem who will stand up and tell Pres BO & VP Biden to cut this crap out?

My guess is that the Obama administration must be reading some very bad internal polls......

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Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Pres BO's reelection strategy will make it impossible for him to govern

So far, Pres BO's reelection is a combination of the following:

1) Promise something to everyone with a grievance OR use executive decrees to pander to groups;

2) Put Americans against each other, men vs women, black vs white, employer vs employee or class warfare;

3) Tell Americans that the GOP wants to throw their grandmother over the cliff, deport "abuela" back to Mexico, give "tax credits" to rich people and more and more.

To be honest, this is a strategy that won't work.  I just don't think that Americans will buy into class warfare and this constant ethnic division.

At the same time, Pres BO may put enough of these voters to win a very narrow re-election.  The problem is that he won't be able to govern.  He won't have a mandate and very likely stuck with a GOP Congress and Senate.

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Monday, August 13, 2012

Remembering the day that they started to build The Berlin Wall

This is a story that will make no sense to "under 30" readers.  It's a shame to so many have forgotten The Berlin Wall, its meaning and how many perished trying to escape communism.

East Germany began constructing The Berlin Wall on a day like this in 1961:

"In an effort to stem the tide of refugees attempting to leave East Berlin, the communist government of East Germany begins building the Berlin Wall to divide East and West Berlin. Construction of the wall caused a short-term crisis in U.S.-Soviet bloc relations, and the wall itself came to symbolize the Cold War."

The Berlin Wall was a symbol between freedom and communism.   It eventually came down with the collapse of communism.  All of us remember watching the "wall" coming down in late 1989.  We can thank the US for standing tough and the thousands who knew that there was a better life (i.e. freedom) on the other side of the wall.

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Sunday, August 12, 2012

Romney-Ryan, a ticket that will be a contrast to meaningless "hope & change" or "class warfare"

Welcome to the Romney-Ryan ticket.  I'm growing more and more comfortable with this ticket minute by minute.

Mitt Romney confirmed today that he understands the financial crisis facing the country, from unsustainable entitlements to a budget deficit that can not continue.

Romney wants a serious discussion of our financial crisis and no one does it better than Ryan.

The Dems will say that Ryan will put some new, and even radical ideas, on the table.    My reaction to that is simple:  We need new and radical ideas.  We are facing a major financial crisis and "radical" ideas are in order.

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Happy # 39 to American Graffiti

We celebrate another anniversary of the release of "American Graffiti", a movie that I've grown to like over the years.

It must have been 1984, or maybe 1985, when I rented a copy of the movie to try out my new VHS player. 

I rented "American Graffiti" because there weren't that many other options available.  In fact, I remember that I checked out "Blood and Sand", the story of the Spanish bullfighter dealing with fame and fortune, and "For whom the bell tolls", the Hollywood version of Ernest Hemingway's book about the Spanish Civil War.

My new VHS player introduced me to "American Graffiti" and specially the amazing soundtrack of songs.  I fell more for the songs than the script.  Eventually, I came to like the story, too.

American Graffiti was about a bunch of kids in their first summer after high school.  It was great and I like it a lot now even if I was too young to enjoy songs like "See you in September" by The Tempos.

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"I'll be alone each and every night
While you're away, don't forget to write
See you in September
See you when the summers through
Here we are Saying goodbye at the station
Summer vacation Is taking you away
Have a good time but remember
There is danger in the summer moon above
Will I see you in September
Or lose you to a summer love
Counting the days till I'll be with you
Counting the hours and the minutes too
Have a good time but remember
There is danger in the summer moon above
Will I see you in September
Or lose you to a summer love....."


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Saturday, August 11, 2012

Virginia Prodran: A wonderful immigrant story


We spoke on Friday with Virginia Prodran.  She is an attorney and a Tea Party activist.

We spoke about Mrs Prodran about her Romanian roots and lessons of growing up in a totalitarian state.   Mrs Prodran recalls how the communist state took God out of the culture & destroyed the economies.  She also discussed the personality cult around the leaders.

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Friday, August 10, 2012

The Obama reelection has a little explaining to do....

Once again, the Obama administration is distancing itself from something or somebody.

The latest group about to get "thrown under the bus" is the PAC that put out the Soptic ad, i.e. the one blaming Gov Romney for Mrs Soptic's death.

Will this be the moment when Americans realize that Pres BO will do anything to get elected?  I hope so.

Don't hold your breadth that the media will for hold the Obama reelection team accountable for this.  Nevertheless, this ad really shows how desperate the Obama team must be!

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