Tuesday, October 31, 2017

Tuesday's show: China in Cuba, Happy Halloween, Manafort indictments & more




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Dems in full panic in Virginia.



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Tuesday's video: Happy Halloween



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As a Cuban Am, I WILL NOT be offended if you dress up as Ricky for Halloween.....



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Chinese active in Cuba

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Guess who is hanging around with Raul Castro these days? The answer is China, as we see in this report from Pan Am Post:    
Chen Xi, China’s Ambassador to Havana, signed agreements with Cuban Foreign Trade and Foreign Investment Minister Rodrigo Malmiera to expand economic relations between the two countries.
China pledged to make a US $1 million donation to help with Hurricane Irma recovery efforts. 
Additionally, China will provide more than US $12 million in supplies, including generators, water pumps, purifiers, folding beds and other resources.
The agreement granted China a credit line for a project to remodel and modernize the island’s electric grid and solar power infrastructure, according to the state-run publication Cuban News Agency.
Though China surpassed Venezuela in terms of trade with Cuba last year — with total of US $361 million — the agreement means that China has officially become the island’s largest trading partner. 
Chinese-made buses, trucks and cars already frequent Cuban roads.
So what is China looking for?   
Selling trucks and cars to Cuba? Where are the consumers?    
Buses? It may be that Cuba could use some new buses but that’s not a very big sale either.
As Mexico, Canada, European countries, Brazil, and so many others have learned, doing business with Cuba is rather difficult because there is no market to speak of. This is why so much of the foreign investment is about building hotels.
China has to know that doing business with Castro’s Cuba is an automatic trip to “a loan rescheduling” meeting.    
Who hasn’t been forced to restructure their loans to Cuba? A few months ago, the Paris Club agreed to waive $8.5 billion of Cuba’s outstanding $11.1 billion debt!
It works like this:  Cuba buys on credit and then can’t pay off the loan.  
So China must have a different motive. How about national security or military? How about Chinese warships or submarines visiting Cuba in the future? Military outpost for intelligence or Chinese jets?
Maybe President Trump should talk about Cuba when he meets with China soon.
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Halloween update: Heard that Mrs. Clinton is dressing up as President today...



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Still the best Halloween song after all these years!


My sons don't "trick or treat" anymore but it's still great to see the next generation with their costumes knocking on your door.

To say the least, Halloween is a great excuse for us adults to eat those chocolate treats.    I've had my share of "treats" over the years. 

Over time, we've seen movies, TV specials and have heard songs about Halloween.   I guess that The Charlie Brown special is my favorite.  The Disney stuff is usually good.  I don't care much for the "Friday 13th" movies.  They're a bit too scary for me!

Halloween song?  My favorite, and # 1 after all of these years, is Bobby Pickett's "Monster Mash".   It gets a lot of airplay every year:



Monster Mash

"I was working in the lab late one night When my eyes beheld an eerie sightFor my monster from his slab began to riseAnd suddenly to my surpriseHe did the mash He did the monster mashThe monster mash It was a graveyard smashHe did the mash It caught on in a flashHe did the mash He did the monster mashFrom my laboratory in the castle eastTo the master bedroom where the vampires feastThe ghouls all came from their humble abodesTo get a jolt from my electrodesThey did the mash They did the monster mashThe monster mash It was a graveyard smashThey did the mash It caught on in a flashThey did the mash They did the monster mashThe zombies were having fun The party had just begunThe guests included Wolf Man Dracula and his sonThe scene was rockin', all were digging the soundsIgor on chains, backed by his baying houndsThe coffin-bangers were about to arriveWith their vocal group, "The Crypt-Kicker Five"They played the mash They played the monster mashThe monster mash It was a graveyard smashThey played the mash It caught on in a flashThey played the mash They played the monster mashOut from his coffin, Drac's voice did ringSeems he was troubled by just one thingHe opened the lid and shook his fistAnd said, "Whatever happened to my Transylvania twist?"It's now the mash It's now the monster mashThe monster mash And it's a graveyard smashIt's now the mash It's caught on in a flashIt's now the mash It's now the monster mashNow everything's cool, Drac's a part of the bandAnd my monster mash is the hit of the landFor you, the living, this mash was meant tooWhen you get to my door, tell them Boris sent youThen you can mash Then you can monster mashThe monster mash And do my graveyard smashThen you can mash You'll catch on in a flashThen you can mash Then you can monster mash....."

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Happy Halloween cubano!





Fidel Castro died in 2016.   So we remember him this Halloween.

This is the story of a Cuban Halloween!

(The CubanAmericanpundits.com website!)

Happy Halloween: Our first Halloween in the US many years ago

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Another Halloween and another time to remember our first Halloween in the US.

We had been in the US about 6 weeks when Halloween came up on the calendar.

My Uncle Orlando and family told us about the night.  They told us to put on a costume, walk around and say "trick or treat".

We followed his advice and got lots of candy.  Our mother came along to help our little sister who was dressed up as Cinderella.  My brother and I went as cowboys. 

It was a wonderful night. 

My favorite part of Halloween is hearing my mother say "trick or treat".  It sounded a lot like "tri tri tri".

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Monday, October 30, 2017

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


Guest:  Bill Katz, the editor of Urgent Agenda.........the Mueller investigation is supposed to issue some indictments..............new allegations about the Democrats and Russia......The Wall Street Journal called for Mr. Mueller's resignation..........the US economy doing well...........President Trump will travel to Asia and stop by the DMZ......and other stories...........

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Monday's video: China down in Cuba?



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The trouble with Mueller

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We’ve been hearing a ton of predictions about Monday, the day that Mr. Mueller is supposed to announce some indictments. 
No matter what, Mr. Mueller’s work is under intense pressure, as we saw when the Wall Street Journal called for his resignation, along withGuy Benson’s interesting analysis
The Washington Post revealed Tuesday that the Hillary Clinton campaign and Democratic National Committee jointly paid for that infamous “dossier” full of Russian disinformation against Donald Trump. 
They filtered the payments through a U.S. law firm (Perkins Coie), which hired the opposition-research hit men at Fusion GPS. 
Fusion in turn tapped a former British spook, Christopher Steele, to compile the allegations, which are based largely on anonymous, Kremlin-connected sources.  
Strip out the middlemen, and it appears that Democrats paid for Russians to compile wild allegations about a U.S. presidential candidate. Did someone say “collusion”? 
This news is all the more explosive because the DNC and Clinton campaign hid their role, even amid the media furor after BuzzFeed published the Steele dossier in January. 
Reporters are now saying that Clinton campaign officials lied to them about their role in the dossier. 
Current DNC Chair Tom Perez and former Chair Debbie Wasserman-Schultz deny knowing about the dossier arrangement, but someone must have known. 
Perhaps this explains why Congressional Democrats have been keen to protect Fusion from answering dossier questions — disrupting hearings, protesting subpoenas and deriding Republican investigators.
And it’s only going to get more confusing as more information comes out next week and after.
So it’s time for Mueller to do the honorable thing and resign. How can Mr. Mueller, or anyone else who has worked in the deep state, honestly look at all of this without bumping into a conflict of interest along the way?
As the expression goes:  when all else fails, read the instructions! In this case, “the instructions” are in the U.S. Constitution that gives the Congress oversight responsibilities. 
It is the Congress, not Mr. Mueller, that should be conducting this investigation. The U.S. Congress has its flaws, from grandstanding to partisanship, but it is the best place to conduct these hearings and to ask the questions that need answers.   
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The Astros and Dodgers are putting on quite a baseball show



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How do you put Spain back together after this episode?



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Sunday, October 29, 2017

Catalonia, Virginia, Mueller probe, attacks on US diplomats in Cuba plus more


We will look at the allegations from the Cuban government that 'cicadas' were responsible for the attacks on US diplomats....the problems facing Mr. Mueller and his investigation........the Virginia governors race is a dead heat....Catalonia wants out but do they really have the votes.....The 'War of the Worlds' radio show on the eve of Halloween 1938.........the stock market crash 1929......and other stories........

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Did the Obama administration use a “false” dossier” to go to FISA for a warrant?



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Who knew that the CIA had hired a bunch of cicadas?

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During our early days in the U.S., my father, my uncle, and a few Cuban friends were having a nice laugh about the allegations that they were working for the CIA.  It was common back then for the Castro regime, and some of their friends among the international left, to brand Cuban exiles as CIA operatives, agents, or whatever else denoted that we had worked for them.  We were allegedly on the CIA’s payroll!
It led one of my dad’s friends to say: “I never got my CIA stipend.  Did any of you?”  I remember a lot of laughter after that!
The latest explanation about the “sonic attack” is more bizarre than the story itself.  It’s hard to believe that the Cuban government has come to this.  This is from a Fox News report:
Could the mysterious “sonic attacks” allegedly waged against U.S. Embassy employees in Cuba really just be the sounds of very loud crickets and cicadas?
That’s what Cuban officials seemed to suggest Thursday in a half-hour prime-time television special titled “Alleged Sonic Attacks.”
 
The special broadcast was Cuban officials’ most detailed defense to date against U.S. accusations that American diplomats in Havana were subjected to mysterious sounds that left them with a variety of ailments — including headaches, hearing problems and concussions.
With the report, Cuban officials sought to undermine the Trump administration’s assertion that 24 U.S. officials or their relatives had been subjected to deliberate attacks by a still-undetermined culprit.
Many U.S. officials reported being subjected to loud, grating noises before falling ill. The U.S. has not accused Cuba of carrying out the attacks, but says that Cuba has not met its obligation to protect diplomats on its territory.
The Cuban regime is concerned about President Trump slandering their good name?  Who is going to defend the poor cicadas from the regime’s slander?
This is such an outrageous report from Havana.
First, why did the cicadas attack only U.S. diplomats?
Second, I don’t remember anyone in my family ever complaining of ‘cicada attacks” in Cuba. 
My father’s family arrived in Cuba from Spain in the 1840s.  My mother’s family arrived from Asturias (Spain) in the 1920s.  My parents were born and grew up in the interior of the island, surrounded by lots of countryside.  My dad had lots of cattlemen as bank clients.  He would often take my brother and me to visit their cattle ranches when we were kids.  I saw lots of bulls and cows growing up.
I’ve heard everything, from chameleons scaring little girls to crazy frogs running into your living room to roosters gone mad and attacking dogs to mules refusing to work on Sundays to parrots using bad language to sharks attacking swimmers.  Frankly, I have never heard of cicadas ever harming anyone – nor, especially, of “cicada brigades” targeting specific diplomats.
So it must CIA-trained cicadas.  What else explains what just happened in Cuba?  Who knew that the CIA had a cicada department in their building?  
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A "Dracula story" for Halloween!


My kids have grown up and pursuing their careers, interests and other things.   Therefore, Halloween just doesn't mean as much as it used to.  I still enjoy seeing the little kids in their costumes but it's different.

As we approach Halloween, let's hear the real story of Dracula.


Dr. Ileana Johnson-Paugh wrote about Dracula and the castle during her recent trip to Romania:
"The inspirational castle of Bram Stoker’s “Dracula,” was strategically located on a rocky bluff, difficult to conquer, tiny by any definition of a castle, and surrounded by stone turrets. The savage nature of the landscape surrounded it with mystique." 
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Saturday, October 28, 2017

Reagan October 1983, Mueller investigation and other stories of the day


We will look at my new AT post about October 1983 and the Reagan presidency......Top 20 of tax returns pay 95% of federal income taxes.......we hear that Mr. Mueller will announce some indictments on Monday......Wall Street Journal calls on Mr. Mueller to resign.......the JFK files create more conspiracy theories but is there really anything new after 54 years........the Astros go up 2-1 in the World Series...............and other stories.........

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Dead heat in Virginia



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Super Bowl 2008: It was the biggest NY football win since Jets beat Colts!



As I said before, I did not have a dog in the SB fight

After further review, it was the biggest NY football win since the Jets beat the Colts in Super Bowl 3! 


Back then, the Colts were the NFL champs and expected to kill the young Jets from the upstart AFL.

The experts favored the Colts.

New York beat Baltimore and the AFL was here to stay.  Eventually, the leagues were merged and football interest grew incredibly.

Eli Manning is not Joe Namath. They are both southern boys but Joe likes publicity a lot more than the quiet Eli.

On the field, Eli can play. He can throw a pass. He can win a Super Bowl!

I'm happy for Giants' fans. I am specially happy for Eli Manning, a nice young man who was brutally attacked by the media dogs in NY!




2008 Super Bowl: Giants win!



We remember and say congratulations again to the New York Giants!

Who would have believed this a month before the big game? The Giants started 0-2 and they were ready to throw Coach Coughlin and Eli Manning out of NY.

I guess that this is why they play all 16 games and the postseason!


Let me say a word about the Patriots. They had a great year and 18-1 is nothing to feel bad about that.

It was a great and exciting game!




2005 World Series:: Chicago beat Houston


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The White Sox surprised me three times in the 2005 post season:  They beat Boston, the Angels and Astros in The World Series.

Frankly, I was very happy for Chicago's fans.  Like Boston, White Sox fans had been denied a title for so long.   Once in a while, the gods of baseball reward those who keep the faith.

It was the ChiSox's moment.  They enjoyed it Chicago!





The top 20 percent, pay 95 percent of the taxes



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2008: Palin Derangement Syndrome and a couple of idiots in LA!



(A post from October 2008)

Palin Derangement Syndrome is alive and well near LA. (Effigy of Sarah Palin hanging by a noose creates uproar in West Hollywood)

When is something funny? When is something just plain sick? You can put me down as someone who thinks that this is sick.

Also, what if they did it to Obama?

Take it down. This is a disgusting way of celebrating Halloween. Why isn't this a hate crime?

Beyond the bad taste, this is another example of PDS and the American left.

The American left hates Sarah Palin because she had a baby rather than an abortion. 

In '91, Clarence Thomas had to be lynched because he did not kiss Jesse Jackson's ring to get ahead in life. 

In 2008, the feminists have declared war on Sarah Palin because she is not of them!

West Virginia is a good indicator of presidential elections!



John Denver had it right: Almost heaven, West Virginia

West Virginia is a beautiful state. It also has a knack for voting for the winner of presidential elections: FDR. Truman, Eisenhower, JFK, LBJ, Nixon, Carter, Reagan, Bush, Clinton, Bush and Trump!    It did not vote for Obama and he won in 2008 & 2012.

Not bad for little West Virginia!

2009: A post about President Obama in Notre Dame!




(A post from May 2009)

On Sunday, Pres BO will speak at Notre Dame.

We are glad to see that 363,000 people have signed a petition. We are also happy to read this: Gallup: For the first time, more Americans are pro-life than pro-choice!


2008: Where are the allies in Afghanistan?




For some time, the left's favorite line is that Bush acted alone in Iraq.

Actually, he didn't.

There is a large coalition of countries in Iraq. Most of them do not actually fight.

In fact, the bulk of the fighting has been done by US and UK troops. Why? Because most of the coalition members do not have troops capable or prepared to fight a war.

What in the world is going on in Afghanistan? This is the Dems' favorite war. This is the one that we must win, according the Dems.

Who is going to call the allies and tell them to put troops on the battlefield.

So far, it is the US and the UK (sound familiar?). We should add that the Canadians are doing a great job and taking casualties.

Beyond the US, UK and Canada, everybody is sitting on the bench promoting the concept of multinational operations!

Does that make sense? It does not to the US voter, who is sick and tired of Europeans who talk a lot more than they are willing to fight.

Rick Moran has a great post today about all of this:
"If NATO won’t fight in Afghanistan, where will they fight? As Russia grows in strength and confidence under Vladmir Putin, the former satellites of the old Soviet Union who are now NATO members may start to wonder if the countries of western Europe will confront that menace if a showdown were to come.
With western interests and credibility at stake in Afghanistan and member states failing to answer the call, it is a legitimate question whether NATO would fight in the Baltic states or even in Poland, Slovakia, and the Czech Republic.'"
The West is not serious about fighting this terrible war. It's time for the allies to stand up or NATO will cease to be.

Friday, October 27, 2017

Sports the way they used to be, JFK files and we remember Beirut


We will look at my new AT post about Game 2 of the World Series and sports the way they used to be.....no politics during sporting events.....The JFK documents will tell us little but will create another round of conspiracy talk......the Clinton-Russia story is getting more complicated.......and we remember this week in 1983 from Beirut to Grenada......and other stories.........

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Friday's video: JFK files: Don’t expect much!



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2009: A post about John Madden



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(We wrote this in April 2009)

We just learned that John Madden is retiring as an NFL TV analyst.  Let's not forget that he was a great coach and won a Super Bowl with the Raiders!

I will miss him.

For years, the Summerall-Madden team was the best in NFL coverage. We got them on lots of Cowboys' games.

Our best wishes to Mr. Madden. We will miss him.




March 2008: Did Obama really oppose the Iraq War?



(A post from March 2008)

One way or another. Obama's past is under greater scrutiny. From now on, people will go back and compare what he said with what he is saying now.

Welcome to the majors Obama!

Obama's favorite reply to every question is that he opposed the war in 2002. Some of us have reminded Obama-istas that Obama was not a US Senator. In other words, he did not have access to the same intelligence that Clinton did. Better than that, he did not have to vote. Obama simply answered a question in a Chicago TV program.

It turns out that Obama's position may be a little confusing after all. I found this interview from 2006 in The New Yorker:
"I think what people might point to is our different assessments of the war in Iraq, although I’m always careful to say that I was not in the Senate, so perhaps the reason I thought it was such a bad idea was that I didn’t have the benefit of U.S. intelligence.

And, for those who did, it might have led to a different set of choices. So that might be something that sort of is obvious.

But, again, we were in different circumstances at that time: I was running for the U.S. Senate, she had to take a vote, and casting votes is always a difficult test."
What exactly did he mean? This is the kind of scrutiny that Obama has not had. My guess is that it will be a lot different from now until convention, and subsequently, the election.


April 2008: We add Rachel's Vineyard to our favorite places!



Abortion takes a human life and hurts the mother. Rachel's Vineyard is a group that works with women to heal the pain of abortion:
"Rachel's Vineyard is a safe place to renew, rebuild and redeem hearts broken by abortion.

Weekend retreats offer you a supportive, confidential and non-judgmental environment where women and men can express, release and reconcile painful post-abortive emotions to begin the process of restoration, renewal and healing."
It's a great website. They deserve your support!

Just caught a few minutes: "Two Guys From Milwaukee"


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Just saw a few minutes of "Two guys from Milwaukee".......a movie from 1946 with Dennis Morgan, Jack Carson & Joan Leslie........this is a summary that I found later:   
Balkan Prince Henry has two wishes, to meet Lauren Bacall and see the "real" America. He befriends cabbie Buzz Williams and, without knowing the microphone is live, the two stage a debate on democracy versus monarchy broadcast back to the Prince's homeland. 
A plebiscite there puts Henry out of a job. Flying to MIlwaukee to become a beer salesman, he meets Bacall on the seat next to his, but a tap on his shoulder means he must give up his seat (and dream) to Bogie.   
Well, I will tell you what I think later but this is a movie with a lot of crazy potential!



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The Cuban dictatorship is blaming "cicadas" for the attacks on US diplomats..



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Memo to NFL players & union leaders



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Game 2, and the winner is baseball, the fans, and the US flag

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Game 2 was a great game. It reminded me of Game 6 of the 1975 World Series and the tension of the last few innings that ended with Carlton Fisk’s home run. It also reminded of the back and forth of Game 6 of the 2011 World Series when the lead changed and the Rangers could not close the game.
Most of all, it was great baseball at a time when the country needed a distraction from everything else politicized these days,
You mean a sporting event without athletes sticking their political opinions in our faces? Yes, that’s exactly what I mean! Sports the way they used to be!
Over at the other stadium, the NFL continues to battle angry fans. We see that the numbers continue to go down. This is from Sporting News:
The NFL’s once-golden network TV numbers continue to drop.
 
NFL games averaged 15.1 million viewers through Week 7, according to Nielsen data obtained by Sporting News.
That’s down 5.1 percent from 15.87 million viewers during the same period last season and off 18.7 percent from 18.35 million viewers during the same period in 2015.
Viewership numbers are lagging for a variety of reasons, not least the ongoing protests during the national anthem that former 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick began in 2016.
Fans are still angry about Kaepernick’s continued unemployment as well as what’s seen as the growing politicization of the NFL.
“Not least the ongoing protests?” What?
Of course, it’s the ongoing protests and players kneeling during the national anthem. Why else would fans be angry at the NFL? The Bucs’ uniform?
Fans “angry at Kaepernick’s continued unemployment?” What?
Kaepernick couldn’t play, got benched, and then decided to do philosophy.
The moral of the story is that customers matter, specially when you look at today’s ticket prices.
Thank God that baseball is doing it the old-fashioned way, realizing that people tune in to watch the game, not have politics thrown at our faces.
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