Wednesday, August 23, 2017

Lee & ESPN, Trump in Phoenix and other stories of the day



President Trump in Phoenix goes after the media ande some in his party...........did that make sense? Isn't he going to need these GOP members to pass tax reform? PC madness has reached a new level of nonsense when an Asian American named Robert Lee is moved from a Virginia college game to avoid offending people........are you kidding me? the 3-13 NFL Browns decided to make a political statement by kneeling during the national anthem......they are projected to go 2-14 this upcoming season......... and other stories...

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Don Lemmon & CNN: the more they hysterically attack Trump the more foolish they look...Trump sets the trap and they fall right into it!



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Dedicated to PC mad ESPN: The Bobbettes and "Mr. Lee"'

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Political correctness went totally crazy last night when an Asian American Robert Lee was removed from calling a football game in Virginia.    It gives a different meaning to that song "Mr. Lee":


"One, two, three Look at Mr. Lee
Three, four, five Look at him jive
Mr. Lee, Mr. Lee Oh, Mr. Lee
Mr. Lee, Mr. Lee Oh, Mr. Lee
Mr. Lee, Mr. Lee Oh, Mr. Lee
Mr. Lee-ee-eeI met my sweetie
(Mr. Lee, Mr. Lee) His name is Mr. Lee
(Mr. Lee, Mr. Lee) I met my sweetie
(Mr. Lee, Mr. Lee) His name is Mr. Lee
(Mr. Lee, Mr. Lee) Well, he's the hansomest sweetie
(Mr. Lee, Mr. Lee) That you ever did see
(Mr. Lee, Mr. Lee) My heart is achin'
(Mr. Lee, Mr. Lee) For you Mr. Lee
(Mr. Lee, Mr. Lee) My heart is achin'
(Mr. Lee, Mr. Lee) For you Mr. Lee
(Mr. Lee, Mr. Lee) 'Cause I love you so
(Mr. Lee, Mr. Lee) And I'll never let you go
(Mr. Lee, Mr. Lee) Mr. Lee, Mr. Lee
Oh, Mr. Lee Mr. Lee, Mr. Lee
Oh, Mr. Lee Mr. Lee, Mr. Lee
Oh, Mr. Lee Mr. Lee-ee-ee
Here comes Mr. Lee He's coming for me
Here comes Mr. Lee He's coming for me
He's my lover boy Let's jump for joy
Come on Mr. Lee and do your stuff
Come on Mr. Lee and do your stuff
'Cause you're gonna be mine 'Til the end of time
One, two, three Look at Mr. Lee
Three, four, five Look at him jive
One, two, three Look at Mr. Lee
Three, four, five Look at him jive
Mr. Lee, Mr. Lee Oh, Mr. Lee
Mr. Lee, Mr. Lee Oh, Mr. Lee
Mr. Lee, Mr. Lee Oh, Mr. Lee...."



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Fannie Farmer opened her cooking school



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The Clintons destroy everything they touch, including the Post Office


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Since 1992, when then Governor Clinton had his wife Hillary vouch for his matrimonial character on “60 minutes”, the Clintons have been a wrecking crew in our politics.   
They’ve been a timeline of destruction, from the 1994 mid-term losses to not delivering Arkansas and the presidency to VP Gore in 2000.   
In other words, what have the Clintons done other than improve themselves or put cash in their pockets? When will Democrats learn that this man and this woman are out to for themselves and everybody else is a convenient step to achieve their goals.
The latest example of Clinton corruption is the Post Office. It’s hard to believe but true. The Clinton wanted to turn your friendly postman into a campaign operative.   
This is the latest in what we could call “postman gate”:    
Republican lawmakers are casting a wider net in their search for wrongdoing at federal agencies in past election cycles, after learning the Postal Service violated the law by allowing employees to do union-funded work for Hillary Clinton’s campaign while on leave. 
The lawmakers blasted out letters on Monday to 10 other federal government agencies questioning their unpaid leave policy for union-related political work. 
Senate Homeland Security Committee Chairman Ron Johnson, R-Wis., led the charge on the review of agencies’ practices after spurring an investigation by the Office of Special Counsel (OSC) beginning in October 2016. 
That inquiry revealed that the USPS violated federal law by letting employees perform union-funded work for Clinton’s campaign and other Democratic candidates while on leave from the agency.
House Oversight Committee Chairman Trey Gowdy, R-S.C., joined Johnson’s efforts this week by penning joint letters to the departments of Commerce, Homeland Security, Defense, Justice, Labor, Transportation, Treasury, Agriculture, Veterans Affairs, and the Social Security Administration Monday. 
The letters concerned what’s known as “union official Leave Without Pay (LWOP)” for political campaign activity.     
The letters cited the OSC’s findings regarding the USPS that “only [employees] who wanted to campaign for the [union’s] endorsed candidates were given the opportunity to take several weeks of leave on short notice, over the objections of local supervisors who raised concerns about potential operational impact.” 
The OSC’s findings revealed that the USPS violated the Hatch Act, a federal law that limits certain political activities of federal employees. While employees are allowed to do some political work on leave, the report said the USPS showed a “bias” favoring the union’s 2016 campaign operation.
The GOP is exactly right here. Keep looking, because if there’s a scandal then we know there’s a Clinton!   
On a more serious note, it’s time to revisit public sector unions and the bureaucracy. They are one and all devoted to the Democrats. How else could the Clinton campaign have exploited federal workers?
Interestingly, none other than President Franklin D. Roosevelt feared public sector unions. 
This is what George Meany, the former president of the A.F.L.-C.I.O, said about it:  
“It is impossible to bargain collectively with the government.”
We’ve learned a few things about the deep state since the last election. First, they are very Democrat. Second, they are scared to death that President Trump and the GOP are about to spoil their party, or the power that they’ve enjoyed sitting in a bureaucracy.    
Frankly, the Clintons should have taken their act to Brazil years ago. This is how they win elections down there. 
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The Dems say locals should decide..so what happens when one city decides to keep them up? Will they accept decision?



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ESPN has moved an Asian-American named Robert Lee from the Virginia game...this is beyond insanity....it's crazy!



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1969: The Rolling Stones' "Honky Tonk Women" was # 1 this week)

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For many people, "Honky Tonk women" is the Stones' best 45.   I disagree.  I think that their best 45 was "Jumpin' Jack Flash".   I put "Honky" among their best and most original arrangements.    

To be expected, the 45 cover photo was super.   It told the story of the song in one quick photo.   

The B-side was a shorter version of "You can't always get what you want".



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1989: Rose out of baseball


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On this day in 1989, we got the news that Pete Rose had been kicked out of baseball:
It was known in baseball circles since the 1970s that Pete Rose had a gambling problem. 
Although at first he bet only on horse races and football games, allegations surfaced in early 1989 that Rose was not only betting on baseball, but on his own team. 
Major League Baseball Commissioner A. Bartlett Giamatti began an inquiry, and hired Washington lawyer John Dowd to head the investigation. 
Dowd compiled hundreds of hours of testimony from numerous sources that detailed Rose’s history of gambling on baseball while serving as the manager of the Cincinnati Reds, including betting on his own team.
Although Rose continued to proclaim his innocence, he was eventually persuaded to accept a settlement that included a lifetime ban from the game. 
At a subsequent press conference, Giamatti characterized Rose’s acceptance of the ban as a no-contest plea to the charges against him.
It was not a shock but still hit many of us between the eyes.  After all, we grew up watching Pete dive into third base.

No matter what, it was a horrible ending to a great baseball career.




Happy # 60 to Mike Boddicker

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We say happy # 60 to Mike Boddicker, one of the best pitchers of the 1980's.    

Mike came up with Baltimore in 1980 and settled into the starting rotation in 1983.   He won 16 games for the 1983 Orioles that won The World Series.    

Mike won 20 in 1984 but the Orioles did not have good teams for the rest of the decade.   He was eventually traded to Boston and pitched real well in 1989-90.

Mike won 134 games and was the 1983 ALCS MVP and pitched a shutout against the Phillies in the World Series.





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Happy # 69 Ron Blomberg (the first DH)

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We say happy # 69 to Ron Blomberg.    He played 8 seasons with the Yankees and White Sox:  .293 over 461 games.   He was primarily a back up player but did hit whenever he got a chance to play as we can see from that batting average.

Ron made history on opening day of the 1973 season.   He was the first DH to come to bat that year.   He walked against Luis Tiant in a big first inning rally.

The DH is now its 45th season.     Keith Crane argued in "The truth about the DH" that it has not really changed the game that much.

Nevertheless, it should be applied to both leagues or eliminated from the AL.   It hurts the AL teams when they play away games in the NL parks.






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Happy # 59 Julio Franco

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The ageless Julio Franco came up with the Indians in 1982 and became a regular in 1983:   .273, 80 RBI and # 2 in the AL Rookie of the Year vote.   

In 1989, Franco joined the Texas Rangers, won the 1971 AL batting title and hit .307 over 5 seasons.    

We will remember him for that unique batting stance and the fact that he played into his 40's.    In fact, he may still be playing somewhere.

Franco hit .298 over 23 seasons with 2,598 hits and 1,194 RBI.   Great hitter!





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1989: Rick Dempsey home run beats Montreal 1-0 after 22 innings

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On this day in 1989, Rick Dempsey hit a 22nd inning HR to give the Dodgers a 1-0 victory over the Montreal Expos.

The game lasted 6 hours and 14 minutes.   Actually, that's rather quick considering that they played the equivalent of 2 games and 4 innings.

Dempsey came in for Mike Sciocia.  He batted 5 times and hit the winning HR.

This is from The LA Times:   
At 1:09 a.m. (EDT) Thursday, Rick Dempsey swung at Dennis Martinez's hanging curveball. 
Seconds later, it went over the left-field fence.
Dempsey stared at it, shook his head, then began to slowly round the bases.
After getting 19 hits without a run--a major league record if they had been shut out--Dempsey's home run gave them a 1-0 victory over the Montreal Expos in front of 21,742 at Olympic Stadium.
The 22 innings matched the Dodgers' 5-4 loss on June 3 in Houston as the longest in Los Angeles franchise history.
We remember Dempsey from his days with the Orioles, and the 1979 and 1983 World Series.   In fact, Dempsey was the 1983 World Series MVP.   He also caught the last out of the Dodgers' 1988 sweep of the Oakland A's.





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Tuesday, August 22, 2017

The Afghanistan speech, Clinton 2016 using post office workers and other stories


We will look back at President Trump's speech on Afghanistan.......the Democrats and their KKK past.......and allegation that the Clinton campaign was working with federal bureaucrats..........and other stories....

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RIP Rafael “Felo” Ramirez, 1923-2017



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Low on funds again but knee-deep in KKK history


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Reality hit the Democrats once again.  In fact, it was like back to back home runs.
First, the Democrats continue to have the money blues, as we see in this report
The Republican National Committee continued a massive fundraising lead in July as its Democratic counterparts hit another low point.
The RNC raised $10.6 million in July, while the Democratic National Committee raised a mere $3.8 million, its lowest July total since 2007, according to the groups’ FEC filings. 
The DNC also added to its debt, which now totals $3.4 million. The RNC carries no debt.   
 
Well, how did that happen?  I thought that the enthusiasm was on the Democrats’ side and they just couldn’t wait for 2018 to roll around.   To be fair, President Trump’s self inflicted wounds are a problem but so far it has not translated into Republicans holding on to their cash.
The second reality check is this campaign to bring down monuments.  
Simply put, what happens when you focus the country on the segregated past?   The answer is that we are reminded that a generation ago it was the Democrats with a KKK membership on their resumes.
Charles Hurt makes this point in his latest post:  
Remind me, again, who was behind all the “violent bigotry” of the Civil War? Oh, yeah, it was Democrats. And who was behind all the vestiges of it over the last century? Democrats.
Mrs. Pelosi knows this, of course, because she worked shoulder-to-shoulder for 23 years beside a retired member of the Ku Klux Klan.
That would, of course, be the “great senator” from the “great state” of West Virginia, Robert C. Byrd, a lifelong Democrat.
As the “Exalted Cyclops” of the KKK, Mr. Byrd recruited more than 100 people to join his chapter and warned in a letter against America becoming “degraded by race mongrels, a throwback to the blackest specimen from the wilds.”
Frankly, I’m willing to forgive and forget the late Senator Byrd and his colleagues who voted against The Civil Rights Act of 1964 and all other connections between Democrats and segregation.  It’s history to me and does no one any good to attack people who are dead or, even better, who’ve been dead for over 100 years.  
At the same time, it is the Democrats who have chosen to fight this battle.  It seems only fair that we should remind them that most of the people that they are taking down are dead Democrats.
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August 22, 1938: Fred Astaire & Ginger Rogers on the cover of LIFE



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Rangers 5, Angels 3



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Where were you the night that Nolan Ryan got his 5,000th strikeout?



It happened here and at the old Arlington Stadium.  Nolan Ryan got his 5,000th strikeout and set a record that will probably last forever:

"A fan favorite, Ryan was 42 years old and a 21-year major league veteran in 1989, but continued to deliver consistently powerful pitching. 
He was 14-7 coming into the game on August 22, with 219 strikeouts, and needed just six more to reach the 5,000-strikout milestone. 
Rickey Henderson led off the top of the fifth inning with Ryan sitting on 4,999. Henderson, as he did so often in his long career--he retired as the all-time walks leader--worked the count full, fouling off two pitches at a 3-2 count before swinging at and missing a low, 96-mile-per-hour fastball. 
After the game, Henderson told The New York Times, ''It was an honor to be the 5,000th. As Davey Lopes says, 'If he ain't struck you out, you ain't nobody.' ''Ryan had requested before the game that play not be stopped to honor him. Instead, after the fifth inning, Ryan was saluted by President George H.W. Bush in a videotaped message. (The president’s son George W. Bush was then the owner of the Rangers.)"
Ryan followed up the 5000th strikeout with a no hitter in 1990 and 1991.  

Nolan Ryan retired in 1993.   He pursued business interests including become a very successful baseball executive.  The Rangers won the AL pennant in 2010 and 2011 and made the post-season as a wild card in 2012.  


Ryan left the Rangers after the 2013 and is a consultant with the Houston Astros, although he spends most of his time these days at the ranch with Ruth.


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Thumbs up to Pres Trump....he will reverse Pres Obama's failed policy...no nation building but kill terrorists



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Monday, August 21, 2017

A refugee surge in Canada with Brian Lloyd French, author


Guest: Brian Lloyd French, author................we will discuss the refugee situation in Canada.........it has put PM Trudeau in a difficult situation ...and other stories........

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Afghanistan: President Trump was left a mess

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It was a good idea until he decided to tell the enemy that we’d be leaving by a date certain.   It simply made it difficult for our troops to do what was done in Iraq during that “surge”.  
So Afghanistan is a mess and a change is needed.    My guess is that President Trump will “surge” again but not announce an exit date.   He will also remind us that Afghanistan can not be left alone without giving the terrorists a place to plan their operations, as they did before September 11th.    
Again, there are no pretty options.   Therefore, I’m expecting a bit of a surge and plus a willingness to drop a few more big bombs where we suspect that the terrorists are hiding.
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Someone said eclipse? I just heard that Bonnie Tyler's song is selling like crazy today...great song great eclipse!



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Trudeau "Trump-ing" on illegal immigration.......reminds them to come legally......and no one at The NY Times is calling the PM a racist



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August 21, 1975: Rick And Paul Reuschel combined for a shutout


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We've seen brothers play together on major league teams.   The Ripkens played with the Orioles.   Paul & Dizzy Dean pitched with the Cardinals.

On this day in 1975, the Reuschel brothers pitched a shutout:   
Rick Reuschel, pitching five-hit ball, left with one out and a man on base in the seventh inning, whereupon his older brother Paul surrendered only one hit the rest of the way to wrap up a 7-0 Cub rout of the Los Angeles Dodgers in Wrigley Field.
Even before the final out, Seymour Siwoff, whose Elias Sports Bureau in New York City is the official league statistician, was scrutinizing records that go back to the origination of the National League.
Later, Siwoff said, "I can find no other shutout anywhere in history shared by two brothers."
I guess there's always the potential for a little history when you go to the ball park.





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1968: The tanks rolled into Prague


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As kids, we heard the stories of Cuban political prisoners. Our family dinner table was a classroom with my parents telling us about communism or reading the latest letter from Cuba.
I grew up admiring the men and women who risked their lives to fight for freedom. 
Among these men were Cardinal Mindszenty of Hungary, the heroes who tried to cross the Berlin Wall, the guerrillas who fought Castro in the Escambray Mountains in the forgotten war of the 1960s that Enrique Escinosa wrote about, and those who tried reforms inside the Soviet bloc.
Back in August 1968, the Rascals were riding high with a song called “People got to be Free”. 
It was a pop hit in the U.S. It was reality in the streets of Prague:   
“On August 21, 1968, more than 200,000 troops of the Warsaw Pact crossed into Czechoslovakia in response to democratic and free market reforms being instituted by Czech Communist Party General Secretary Alexander Dubcek. Negotiations between Dubcek and Soviet bloc leaders failed to convince the Czech leader to back away from his reformist platform. The military intervention on August 21 indicated that the Soviets believed that Dubcek was going too far and needed to be restrained. On August 22, thousands of Czechs gathered in central Prague to protest the Soviet action and demand the withdrawal of foreign troops. Although it was designed to be a peaceful protest, violence often flared and several protesters were killed on August 22 and in the days to come.” 
Alexander Dubcek’s mistake is that he called for reforms
“On January 5th 1968, the party’s central committee nominated Dubček to succeed Novotný after the Czechoslovak Party Central Committee passed a vote of no confidence in Novotný. 
What happened next must have come as a great surprise to the communist leaders in Moscow. Dubček announced that he wanted the Czech Communist Party to remain the predominant party in Czechoslovakia, but that he wanted the totalitarian aspects of the party to be reduced. Communist Party members in Czechoslovakia were given the right to challenge party policy as opposed to the traditional acceptance of all government policy. Party members were given the right to act “according to their conscience”. In what became known as the ‘Prague Spring’, he also announced the end of censorship and the right of Czech citizens to criticise the government. Newspapers took the opportunity to produce scathing reports about government incompetence and corruption.  
…on August 20th/21st Soviet troops (with token forces from other members of the Warsaw Pact) invaded Czechoslovakia. Dubček was arrested but released after talks in Moscow. Dubček claimed that the talks had been “comradely” and that he was abandoning his reform programme. As a result, Dubček remained as First Secretary until April 1969 when he was appointed Speaker of the Federal Assembly until he was expelled from the Communist Party in 1970. Following his expulsion, he was banished to Bratislava where he worked in a timber yard.”
Prague ’68 followed Hungary ’56. It was another signal by the Kremlin that it would not tolerate dissent in any of its satellites.   
Soviet control over Eastern Europe began to crumble in the 1980s.  
First, the USSR economy fell apart and no doses of Perestroika did anything to fix it. You can’t be an economic superpower if your tractors don’t work.
Second, the West stood strong.
Third, the Poles in the 1980s completed what the Hungarians and Czechs started. They revolted and succeeded in bringing down the Soviet empire. 
Ironically, it was workers who brought down the “workers’ paradise.
We remember the summer of 1968 and the heroism shown in Prague. There are other issues on the table today but freedom is still under threat.    
Nevertheless, it’s important to remember Alexander Dubcek and all of the men and women who stood up to Soviet tanks.  
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Jerry Lewis (1926-2017).... 1950's Cuba....boys run into ghosts, Carmen Miranda, a beautiful Mary & its crazy funny!



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Jerry Lewis (1926-2017)....a cowboy movie....you will laugh all night....it was their last movie but super good.



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Sunday, August 20, 2017

The week in review with Bill Katz, the editor of Urgent Agenda


Guest: Bill Katz, the editor of Urgent Agenda.........we will look at another turbulent week for President Trump............a press conference...........Steve Bannon is out.........North Korea more quiet this week...........the Democrats and the politics of Confederate symbols......more marches in Boston.........Terror in Barcelona.......Jerry Lewis 1926-2017...........and other stories............

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Barcelona terror with Javier Hurtado-Mira of the PP in Spain




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So now they want to bring down Columbus? when will this madness stop? Even a Joan of Arc statue got vandalized.



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Friday's show: Terror in Barcelona and a few other stories of the day.




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Are we going to bring down references to Sen Fulbright who voted against The Civil Rights Act? Ask Pres Clinton!



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Thursday's show: A chat with Leslie Eastman about surviving a nuclear attack & other stories...




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