Saturday, April 29, 2017

It’s about the rule of law, not immigration


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Our legislature in Texas took a big step forward in reminding everyone that it’s about the rule of law not immigration.   
It went down along party lines:  
After more than 16 hours of debate, the Texas House of Representatives early Thursday morning tentatively gave a nod to the latest version of a Senate bill that would ban “sanctuary” jurisdictions in Texas.
The 93-54 vote fell along party lines and came after one of the slowest moving but most emotional legislative days at the state Capitol.
The vote came at 3 a.m. after state Rep. Dennis Bonnen, R-Angleton, successfully made what some Democratic members called an unprecedented motion to group all of the remaining amendments — more than 100 — and record them as failed. He said he made that suggestion so members wouldn’t be forced to pull their amendments. The motion passed 114 to 29, with about a third of Democrats approving the measure.
 
It’s a shame that an issue about enforcing the law should go down along partisan lines but that’s reality.
Nevertheless, the Democrats are completely tone deaf on this issue.    
They have invested themselves in “the sanctuary city” movement. It is a huge political mistake, as we saw recently in a Pew Poll:   
An overwhelming majority of Americans believe that cities that arrest illegal immigrants for crimes should be required to turn them over to federal authorities.
The poll shows that President Trump has broad public support in his effort to crack down on sanctuary cities.
A survey from Harvard–Harris Poll provided exclusively to The Hill found that 80 percent of voters say local authorities should have to comply with the law by reporting to federal agents the illegal immigrants they come into contact with.
That 80% means that there are a lot of Democrats joining in.
Since election night, the Democrat Party has gone mad.   
First, they spent all of their ammunition fighting Neil Gorsuch and lost the 60-vote option in the U.S. Senate.    
Second, they’ve now joined cities violating federal law.
Madness, madness, madness!
Did any Democrat hear the one about when to stop digging?   
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Friday, April 28, 2017

Sanctuary city debate and a few other thoughts about 100 days of Trump




We will look at the Trump 100 days coverage and the role of the media.....the battle over sanctuary cities.......renegotiate NAFTA.....Taco drafted by Dallas Cowboys.....Mussolini executed 1945.......plus other stories.....

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1956: # 1 of 586 HR for Frank Robinson



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How about renegotiating NAFTA as a treaty this time?


On Wednesday night, I had a chat with a good friend and Mexican businessman by phone. He was curious about President Trump and rumors that the U.S. would pull out of NAFTA.  
Apparently, the Mexican peso had a bad day with the rumors of a U.S. cancellation. It’s amazing how many media outlets in Mexico overreact to everything that hits the internet about President Trump!
Later, we learned that President Trump has decided to negotiate rather than terminate, as we heard in news reports.
As I explained to my friend in a subsequent call, I support negotiations because it makes sense after 24 years. It is important for all three nations to put their cards on the table and move on or terminate the agreement. Also, a renegotiation may actually show that the original NAFTA worked out rather well for all.
Opposition to NAFTA is huge in Mexico, especially in the agricultural sector. I’ve heard from many Mexicans who despise the way that the agreement was approved in Mexico. And they will tell you that pre-NAFTA GDP growth was stronger, although I am not sure that you can blame all of that on NAFTA. I worked in Mexico in the 1980s, before NAFTA, and there were many protected industries. In other words, it’s easy to have growth when government policies curtail competition. Nevertheless, it’s fair to say that Mexico should take a look at NAFTA because it was sold as the key to general prosperity and it has not really worked out that way!
 
As a supporter, let me say that we made a huge mistake with NAFTA. It should have been submitted to the U.S. Senate as a treaty. It also passed primarily on a party basis in the House (234-200) with the GOP generally supporting it and most Democrats opposing it:
The strongest support in the House came from Republicans, who cast 132 votes for the trade plan and 43 against it. 
Among Democrats, 102 voted for the agreement and 156 opposed it. The one independent in Congress voted against the plan.
The Senate vote was 73-26 in favor. Why didn’t we go with the treaty route with 73 votes in favor?
Consequently, we did not get the best deal in 1993. Instead, we got an agreement where a president could call for withdrawal or negotiation. Senator Obama did in 2008 and it was a big part of Mr. Trump’s message in 2016.
A treaty discussion would have recognized the benefits of a North American economic union but it would have slowed up the movement of manufacturing jobs south of the border. Also, a treaty could have included border safety and control of illegal immigration as part of a broad compromise.
So let’s renegotiate NAFTA and do it right this time, as a treaty as the Constitution calls for.   
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Thursday, April 27, 2017

Joanne Chesimard and another big fumble at ESPN



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Trump's 100 days, El Chapo and the border wall & NAFTA



We will look at the Trump 100 days coverage and the role of the media.....Senator Cruz is proposing 'The Chapo Act' to pay for the construction of the wall......more judges against the Trump presidency........sanctuary cities and Democrats...............NAFTA 24 years later.......plus other stories.........

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1947: Baseball said goodbye to Babe Ruth



On April 27, 1947, baseball said goodbye to the Babe.    He was very sick and would eventually die in February 1948.      
Every major league park remembered Ruth with a ceremony.   Of course, the highlight was Yankee Stadium and the Babe showed up.
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Gorsuch makes it one heck of a 100 days!


Can we finally put this stupid “100 day” marker to rest? It is stupid, silly and tells you nothing about the presidency. In other words, we elect a president for a full term and the first 100 days tells you nothing about what we will think of him a year from now or even 2020 when it’s time for reelection.
Let’s remember President Bush 43’s 100 days. His presidency changed on 9/11. What about President Obama? He was walking on water in April 2009 and then took over 1,000 Democrats over the political cliff.
Of course, the media is running hard to make everything about Trump a failure, as Marc Thiessen reminded us:   
Despite the best efforts of the White House “PR apparatus” to sell the president’s first 100 days as a success, the New York Times declared in an editorial, the new administration has, in fact, been plagued by “many missteps” including a “bungled sales job” on his first major legislative initiative and a “snakebit” confirmation process, all of which have produced “a flurry of articles bemoaning the lack of focus in the White House.” The first 100 days, the Times declared, is a period the president “might prefer to forget.”
The president in question is not Donald Trump. This is how, in April 1993, the Times described the first 100 days of Bill Clinton’s presidency. But not to worry, the Times reassured its readers: “It’s still early, and a hundred days don’t really mean very much.”
 
The Times is right: The first 100 days really don’t mean very much at all.
Nevertheless, President Trump did have a major success story in the first 100 days, or the nomination and eventual selection of Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court. It was great and makes the 100 days a smashing success.
The media, and the curse of 24-7 news, is the culprit here. We are living in a period where every minute is treated as the most consequential turn in history. It is stupid.
My guess is that we will look back at Trump’s first term rather well. It will include one, or maybe a second Supreme Court Justice, tax reform, a health care reform package, a more confident economy, and a foreign policy crisis handled from a position of strength. It will be enough to reelect President Trump. Then we can begin talking about the first 100 days of his second term.
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1963: Peggy March and "I will follow him"


Some of you may remember “I will follow him” from “Sister Act”, the movie with Whoppie Goldberg…..
The original version goes back to 1963:
“On April 27, 1963, Margaret Annemarie Battavio’s very first single, “I Will Follow Him,” reached #1 on the U.S. pop charts.
With her 15th birthday only six weeks behind her, and three more years of high school ahead of her, the singer better known as Little Peggy March became the youngest female performer ever to top the Billboard Hot 100….”

PEGGY MARCH 
I WILL FOLLOW HIM




“Love him, I love him, I love him
And where he goes I’ll follow, I’ll follow, I’ll follow
I will follow him, follow him wherever he may go
There isn’t an ocean too deep A mountain so high it can keep me away
I must follow him, ever since he touched my hand I knew
That near him I always must be 
And nothing can keep him from me He is my destiny
I love him, I love him, I love him And where he goes I’ll follow, I’ll follow, I’ll follow
He’ll always be my true love, my true love, my true love
From now until forever, forever, forever
I will follow him, follow him wherever he may go
There isn’t an ocean too deep
A mountain so high it can keep, keep me away Away from my love
I love him, I love him, I love him
And where he goes I’ll follow, I’ll follow, I’ll follow
He’ll always be my true love, my true love, my true love
From now until forever, forever, forever
I will follow him, follow him wherever he may go
There isn’t an ocean too deep A mountain so high it can keep, 
keep me away Away from my love
Do-do do-do-do do-do-do and where he goes
I’ll follow, I’ll follow, I’ll follow I know I’ll always love him…”

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Wednesday, April 26, 2017

President Trump's 100 days with Leslie Eastman & Terry Lee Ebert Mendozza



Guests: Leslie Eastman, great friend of our show plus Terry Lee Ebert Mendozza, who is a founding member of The Trumpettes!.........we will look at the first 100 days, from Gorsuch to North Korea......You can read more here in Leslie's post.........plus other stories like talk of tax reform and a health care plan...........

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"El Chapo Act", a brilliant idea from Senator Ted Cruz




Let’s say “thumb up” to Senator Cruz of Texas.  He wants “El Chapo” to pay for the wall:
U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) today introduced the Ensuring Lawful Collection of Hidden Assets to Provide Order (EL CHAPO) Act.
The bill would reserve any amounts forfeited to the U.S. Government as a result of the criminal prosecution of “El Chapo” (formally named Joaquin Archivaldo Guzman Lorea) and other drug lords for border security assets and the completion of the wall along the U.S.-Mexico border.
The U.S. Government is currently seeking the criminal forfeiture of more than $14 billion in drug proceeds and illicit profits from El Chapo, the former leader of the Sinaloa drug cartel who was recently extradited to the U.S. to face criminal prosecution for numerous alleged drug-related crimes, including conspiracy to commit murder and money laundering.
“Fourteen billion dollars will go a long way toward building a wall that will keep Americans safe and hinder the illegal flow of drugs, weapons, and individuals across our southern border,” said Sen. Cruz. “Ensuring the safety and security of Texans is one of my top priorities.
We must also be mindful of the impact on the federal budget. By leveraging any criminally forfeited assets of El Chapo and his ilk, we can offset the wall’s cost and make meaningful progress toward achieving President Trump’s stated border security objectives.”
El Chapo is not the only one. There are other assets out there that could be seized and applied to the construction of the wall, as our friend Fausta reported:
One cooperator, Juan Carlos Ramirez-Abadia, or “Chupeta,” 54, was a leading supplier of cocaine to Sinaloa and BLO through Colombia’s Norte del Valle cartel. He directed the production of business ledgers and was also prosecuted by Goldbarg. DEA agents helped obtain “the forfeiture of hundreds of millions of dollars” of Ramirez-Abadia’s purported billion-dollar fortune, U.S. authorities said when he was extradited in 2008 and remains under U.S. indictment…
Mayo’s son, Vicente Zambada Niebla, 41, agreed not to contest the forfeiture of nearly $1.4 billion — including cash, real estate, businesses, vehicles and other property — and cooperate with U.S. authorities while pending sentencing of 10 years to life in prison, a federal plea deal made public in 2014 in Chicago showed.
And then there are his relatives, who are living high off the hog.
Back in 2012 the U.S. Treasury Department put financial sanctions on El Chapo’s wife and son.
What are we waiting for? Let’s get started. Who would oppose having “narcos” pay for the wall?
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Tom, please call Wendy!


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We understand that he later dialed it back a bit. Nevertheless, DNC Chairman Tom Perez sent shock waves through the electorate over the weekend. This is what he said:   
Tom Perez became the first head of the party to demand ideological purity on abortion rights, promising Friday to support only Democratic candidates who back a woman’s right to choose.
“Every Democrat, like every American, should support a woman’s right to make her own choices about her body and her health,” Perez said in a statement. “That is not negotiable and should not change city by city or state by state.”
“At a time when women’s rights are under assault from the White House, the Republican Congress, and in states across the country,” he added, “we must speak up for this principle as loudly as ever and with one voice.”
Perez’s statement follows the DNC’s controversial embrace of Heath Mello, a Democratic mayoral candidate in Omaha, Nebraska, whose years-long history of voting against abortion rights in the state Legislature drew fire from progressives this week. Daily Kos, a liberal website that raises money for lesser-known Democratic candidates, pulled its endorsement of Mello this week after discovering his history on the issue, and NARAL Pro-Choice America President Ilyse Hogue slammed the DNC for adding him to its cross-country unity tour.
 
So what do you do if you are pro-life Democrat? I guess that you have to choose between your personal values and the “D” after your name.    
Frankly, Mr. Perez’ remarks are insane, and may reflect the pressure that the party is under to pander to the left.     
It also shows the hypocrisy of the media.    
What would media reports be saying if the GOP chairman had said something the other way,  i.e. the party will only support pro-life candidates?     
We would hear about the GOP taken over by right-wingers and Christians unwilling to accept a different point of view. The GOP would be labeled “intolerant”. Every GOP lawmaker would be asked the question in the media. On the other hand, most of the media has been rather indifferent about Mr. Perez’ remarks.
In the meantime, the politics of this leave you wondering about his political common sense. Is the man that tone deaf?
Mr. Perez should chat with Wendy Davis, the Democrat who lost big in Texas in 2014. The reason, as Michael Barone pointed out, was abortion. I should add that Miss Davis’ position on abortion turned off a lot of Hispanic women in particular.
Who is flying the Democrats’ plane these days? It must be someone who wants to crash rather than land it.
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Happy # 70 Amos Otis



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Tom, please call Wendy!



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April 26, 1865: John Wilkes Booth killed



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Tuesday, April 25, 2017

April 25, 1976: Rick Monday saved the US flag


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His best years were with the Cubs (1972-76), when he hit 106 home runs and was a very tough out.    Later he moved to the LA Dodgers and hit a 9th-inning HR to beat Montreal in the 1981 NLCS.
However, his greatest baseball moment had nothing to do with hits or home runs.
It happened on April 25, 1976.
You may remember that it was the Bicentennial year, and Watergate and Vietnam were behind us.  The economy was a bit sluggish, but people were looking forward to July 4 and all of the patriotic parades and celebrations.
On an April afternoon at Wrigley Field, Monday took his position in center field and was playing catch with José Cardenal, his Cuban teammate.
Rick saw a couple of guys trying to burn the U.S. flag; he ran and grabbed it before they could light the match. The two idiots were arrested, and Monday gave the flag to one of the security guards.
“I was angry when I saw them start to do something to the flag, and I’m glad that I happened to be geographically close enough to do something about it,” said Monday, now in his 13th season as a Dodgers broadcaster.
“What those people were doing, and their concept of what they were trying to do was wrong. That feeling was very strongly reinforced by six years in the United States Marine Corps Reserves. I still think it’s wrong to do that.”
It was wrong and we salute Rick Monday after all of these years later..
By the way, Rick was with the 1981 LA Dodgers that won the World Series.    He wrote about his time in LA in a very entertaining book:



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We remember Bobby Estalella (1911-1991)



Roberto Ventoza Estalella was born in Cardenas on April 25, 1911.    Bobby, as he was known, made it to the majors in 1935.
Bobby played 9 years and retired with a very good .282 batting average with the old Senators (now the Twins) and the A’s.
His best seasons were 1944-45 when he  hit .298 and .299.     We will never know for sure but the end of World War II probably impacted his playing career.    In 1946, many American players returned and teams were under pressure to give them their old jobs back.
After baseball, Bobby worked as a butcher in Washington DC and was hired by the Senators to teach English to a new generation of Cubans:   Carlos Paula, Pedro Ramos, Juan Delis, and Camilo Pascual.     In 1975, Luis Tiant’s father was allowed to travel to the US to see his son Luis pitch in the World Series.   Luis and Bobby met again after having been teammates in the old Cuba leagues.
His son, Victor, and grandson Robert, also played in the major leagues.
Bobby died in 1991 and is buried in Miami.
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Trump's 100 days, elections in France and we remember Rick Monday in 1976




The Trump administration is trying to accomplish a couple of legislative victories this week, from tax reform to health care.........it is imperative for the GOP to put some points on the board soon........we remember the 41st anniversary of Rick Monday saving a US flag in the middle of a baseball game..........We will look at the elections in France.....all of the talk about the French Kennedy....what happens now?.............plus other stories.....

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More Kennedy comparisons, this time in France



Within minutes, many in the media were comparing Emmanuel Macron of France to the late President Kennedy:
Meanwhile, a vice president of the European Parliament has described Macron as a “French John F Kennedy” and said his first-round victory is good news for Europe.
Alexander Lambsdorff, a German liberal politician, said Sunday’s result was a victory for two protest candidates. 
He described Le Pen as “a nationalist, a racist – I know the woman from the European Parliament, a very unpleasant person”.
Lambsdorff told German television on Monday that he hopes Macron, “this independent, fresh French John F Kennedy, if you like, succeeds in setting policy with his ideas”.
Wonder how long before they call Miss Le Pen “Le Nixon”!
It goes beyond France.  Back in 1994, a 40-something Mexican presidential candidate was assassinated during a campaign stop in a northern state.  Later that evening, I tuned in to a TV station from Mexico, and it didn’t take long for the panel to refer to him as “el Kennedy mejicano.”  I think the panel confused Bobby, shot during a campaign, and John, who was killed as president.  Let’s overlook that!
Of course, the late John F. Kennedy had very little in common with a left-of-center French politician in 2017.  My guess is that the late President Kennedy would have agreed with Miss Le Pen that Mr. Macron is weak on fighting terror.
We will never know for sure, but it is amazing how every 40-something political figure of the left is now the new Kennedy.  Of course, Kennedy was not really from the left, but we will leave that one to historians.
Let the French elect another leader who doesn’t have the courage to deal with their structural problems: no babies, an unsustainable welfare state, and an immigration policy creating chaos within its boundaries.
If elected, Macron will be highly unpopular in months, and some French leftist will regret that he isn’t more like Kennedy!
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Monday, April 24, 2017

A look back at the elections in France with Michael and Rosine



Guests: Rosine Ghawji and Michael Prada join me for a look at Sunday's election. It looks that we are headed for a second in 2 weeks.........what were the issues and concerns for the French? what is in the significance of this election for Europe and the EU?

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DNC Chairman Perez and abortion

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We understand that he dialed it back a bit.   Nevertheless, DNC Chairman Tom Perez sent shock waves through the electorate over the weekend.  
This is what he said:   
Tom Perez became the first head of the party to demand ideological purity on abortion rights, promising Friday to support only Democratic candidates who back a woman’s right to choose.
“Every Democrat, like every American, should support a woman’s right to make her own choices about her body and her health,” Perez said in a statement. “That is not negotiable and should not change city by city or state by state.”
“At a time when women’s rights are under assault from the White House, the Republican Congress, and in states across the country,” he added, “we must speak up for this principle as loudly as ever and with one voice.”
Perez’s statement follows the DNC’s controversial embrace of Heath Mello, a Democratic mayoral candidate in Omaha, Nebraska, whose years-long history of voting against abortion rights in the state Legislature drew fire from progressives this week. Daily Kos, a liberal website that raises money for lesser-known Democratic candidates, pulled its endorsement of Mello this week after discovering his history on the issue, and NARAL Pro-Choice America President Ilyse Hogue slammed the DNC for adding him to its cross-country unity tour.
So what do you do if you are pro life Democrat?   I guess that you have to choose between your personal values and the “D” after your name.    
Frankly, Mr. Perez’ remarks are insane and may reflect the pressure that the party is under to pander to the left.  
In the meantime, Mr. Perez should chat with Wendy Davis, the Democrat who lost big in Texas in 2014.      She lost big over abortion, as Michael Barone wrote.
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In Cuba, abortion is birth control


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Someday, we will look back at how the Castro regime devastated Cuba, from the economy to freedom to free abortions.     
Dr. Grazie Pozo Christie serves on the advisory board for The Catholic Association.   She recently wrote some very troubling information about Cuba and abortion:  
The main form of “birth control” is abortion, my patients tell me. Condoms and pills are hard to get, and they come and go according to the daily whims of the government.
Abortion, on the other hand, is free, ubiquitous, and taught aggressively in state education as an action entirely devoid of moral meaning.    
So what is the result of this moral depravity?   As Dr. Pozo-Christie wrote:
“…..women in Cuba have almost entirely ceased to give birth.
In about 50 years, experts predict that over 40 percent of Cubans will be over 60.”
A sad story to say the least.   Or better put, the fruits of a corrupt leadership.
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