Friday, March 24, 2017

Obama Care is imploding and very fast.



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The news of the day with Richard Baehr of American Thinker




Guest: Richard Baehr, columnist and Chief Political Correspondent American Thinker.............London terror again..........We will review the latest about Obama Care and the GOP.......The Gorsuch hearings and Democrats.......Trump presidency 60 days later....the back and forth about Russia and the 2016 election.......plus now more on the Obama surveillance of the Trump team..............

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Democrats worried about the UK?



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March 24, 1980: "Nightline" on ABC


Before 24-hour cable news channels, we had shows like "Nightline".

It started on this day in 1980, or in the early stages of the Iran hostage crisis.   The show then moved into the 1980 campaign and stayed around for quite a few years.

It was a good show and Ted Koppell's face was everywhere:








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We can start by speaking English



As someone who was born speaking Spanish, and who had to learn English when our family came to the U.S., I find this whole story from Maryland rather crazy.  
First, let’s accept that “dreamers” are not rapists. I’ve always favored some mechanism to legalize and give these young people a chance to stay in the country that they grew up in. I am not talking about a path to citizenship but rather a document that gives them the legal identity that they lack. After all, many of them were brought here when they were young. Most of them are also doing well in school or staying out of trouble.
I am not angry at “dreamers”. I am furious with school administrators and some of the legislatures that write these stupid rules.
How can you have a learning environment with everybody speaking a different language? How can any school district afford the cost of teaching in any other language but English? Arent’t these young people better off learning English as soon as possible?    
As the wonderful Miss Jones, my 5th grade teacher in Wisconsin, said to me, you need to learn English so you can finish school and go to college someday.   Looking back, Miss Jones was wise not anti-immigrant!
 
How insane is the suff going on in the public schools that Democrats like the Obamas, Kerrys, Kennedys, and Clintons do not send their children to?    
This is from Cal Thomas:    
Among the many questions that should be asked is why Messrs. Sanchez and Montano — both old enough to be seniors — were placed in a freshman class in the first place? They were given a translator to help them understand what the teacher said in English, but the word that describes that ludicrous decision is easily understood in both English and Spanish — “estupido.”
Equally “stupid” is a bill in the legislature that would declare Maryland a “sanctuary state.” If it passes and survives a likely veto by Gov. Larry Hogan, it would shield illegal immigrants from federal immigration laws. The Republican leader in the House of Delegates, Nic Kipke, says the measure “ignores the rule of law” and would create “anarchy” in the state.
One of the things the left claims to always be concerned about are the rights of minorities and the disenfranchised. One hears that argument invoked often in debates over transgender individuals and which bathroom they can use. If that works for liberals in this case, what about the right of a teenage girl to be protected against a violation of her person by illegal immigrants?
This is stupid. We are not doing anyone a favor by keeping them in their own language? It’s time to demand English and to start as soon as today.
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1958 and Elvis joins the US Army

The US Armed Forces today is made up of volunteers.  For example, our #3 son served in the US Army.

A generation ago, young men were drafted for military service.    The draft ended in the 1970s under President Nixon.

One of those young men drafted was the legendary Elvis.   He joined the US Army on this day in 1958:
"Elvis's manager, "Colonel" Tom Parker, made sure to have a photographer on hand to document every moment of the big day, which began at Graceland before six that morning. 
The photos show Elvis in dark slacks, an opened-collar shirt and a tasteful plaid sports coat, preparing to depart the house with his similarly well-dressed mom and dad for the short ride to the induction center in downtown Memphis. 
The 23-year-old Elvis looked fantastic, of course, and his face betrayed no hint of nervousness or regret. 
The flat expression on Gladys Presley's face, however, and the dark circles under her eyes, hint at the emotional impact of preparing to send her only child off on a two-year stint away from home—far longer than she and Elvis had ever before been separated. 
This would be the last time that Elvis would see his mother in good health, as she was diagnosed with hepatitis and hospitalized later that spring during Elvis's first weekend leave. 
Elvis would be granted leave once again in August to attend to his mother on her death bed. Gladys Presley passed away on August 16, 1958, and four weeks later, Elvis shipped out to Germany.    There would be other huge changes in Elvis's life during his two years in the Army. 
He would meet a 14-year-old Priscilla Beaulieu while in Germany, and he would watch while a new crop of teen idols took over the limelight on the U.S. pop scene. 
In the spring of 1960, Elvis would return to his rightful throne, but his Army years mark a clear line of separation between the Old Elvis and the New. 
Behind Elvis Presley lay records like "That's All Right (Mama)" and "Jailhouse Rock." Ahead of lay songs like "Aloha Oe" and "Pocketful of Rainbows," and films like Harum Scarum and Clambake."

It's been over 50 years and I continue to admire Elvis' decision.  He could have fought the draft with legal gimmicks, starting with the fact that he was already 23! 

Nevertheless, he went, did his duty and came back to more success.

Well done Elvis!

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A little romance: History's most intriguing couples




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Thursday, March 23, 2017

Terror in London, Rape in Maryland and a few more stories from the front pages



Terror in London....Rape in Maryland and the state of public schools..Obama Care and the GOP.......Harry Reid's legacy of partisanship in the US Senate.....San Francisco and the border fence...Team USA at the WBC........and a few other stories from the news...............click to listen:





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Partisanship with the scent of Reid

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Maybe retired Senator Harry Reid keeps up with the U.S. Senate these days. Or maybe he is hiding from the ugly mess that he left behind. Who knows and who cares?    
Back in my school days, I recall that a history teacher said that the Founders had created the Senate as a firewall against the passions of the day. As George Washington put it, the Senate is the saucer where we cool off the tea.     
I guess that we need a new saucer because this one is not cooling the tea, the coffee, or anything else.
The U.S. Senate looks more and more like a place for partisanship rather than statesmanship, as Michael Barone wrote:    
Democrats have consistently been more willing to attempt to defeat or discredit nominees of Republican presidents than vice versa. 
 
Few Republican senators voted against confirmation of Justices Ginsburg, Breyer, Sotomayor or Kagan; many Democratic senators voted against confirmation of Chief Justice Roberts and Justice Alito.
Judging from the hearings, nearly all Democratic senators seem inclined to vote against the confirmation of Judge Gorsuch. 
Even those acknowledging his impressive qualifications and temperament, like Michael Bennet of Gorsuch’s native Colorado and Chris Coons of Delaware, have left themselves room to vote no. 
The Democratic base seems to be demanding root and branch opposition to every initiative of the Trump administration and the Republican Party, with such vehemence that few Democrats except Senators Joe Manchin and Heidi Heitkamp, from the strongly pro-Trump states of West Virginia and North Dakota, seem wary of anything that could be interpreted as a pro-Trump vote.
Yes, Mr. Barone is right that the Democrat base is demanding total opposition to anything Trump. At the same time, wasn’t the Senate created so that we could have a branch that did not react to everything that a crazy base was demanding?
Add to this awful mix the fact that Senator Reid killed the 60-vote rule to approve judges, and the place stinks. The Senate has the unbearable scent of Reid, one of the most partisan politicians who ever made it to the Senate.
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1963: Happy # 54 to "Please please me" by The Beatles




We remember this week the 54th anniversary of "Please please me", the first LP released by The Beatles in the UK.     It did not chart in the US although some of the tracks were released in different LP's in 1964.

The album was recorded in one day.   Parlaphone rushed the LP's release to take advantage of "Please please me", the group's first number one in the UK.   

Overall, it was a good debut effort:






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1994: Where were you the night that Luis Donaldo Colosio was killed?


On this day in 1994, I left a Toastmasters meeting and got the news from the radio:
"Luis Donaldo Colosio, Mexico’s ruling party’s presidential candidate, is gunned down during a campaign rally in the northern border town of Tijuana."
It was quite a shock, to say the least.

Colosio was replaced by Ernesto Zedillo, who turned out to be a rather responsible president.  

Nevertheless, Colosio inspired a lot of people with his talk about reform and ending corruption.   





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We remember George "Boomer" Scott (1944-2013)

Baseball returned to Milwaukee in 1970 when the Seattle Pilots became the Brewers.  (The Pilots joined the AL as an expansion team in 1969.  They may have been the only team in modern Major League history to play only one season in a city)

The Brewers were an expansion team and did not win a lot of games.

In 1972, George Scott was traded to Milwaukee and he became the team's first big star.  He hit long home runs.  I recall seeing him hit a line drive to the left field seats that left park in a second.

My first memory is that he was fun to watch.  He hit "taters" and play great defense at first base.  He was a big man but he could move around first base.

My second memory is running into Scott in Mexico City in 1981.  He was out of major league baseball and playing for the Mexican League.

I was waiting for a light change and crossing a street.  I noticed this man next to me and said:  "Are you George Scott"?

He said yes and we shared a few Brewers' stories.  He was a really nice guy and invited me to go to watch a game.

Unfortunately, I did not make the game and Scott was out of baseball soon after that.

Scott was born on this day in 1944 and died in 2013 at age 69

RIP and thanks for those "taters"!   He hit 271 of them when hitting 25 Hrs in a season was having a pretty good season!

P.S.  This is a good obituary!



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Happy # 74 to Lee May

Happy # 73 to Lee May, who was a quiet power hitter of the 1970s.    Overall, Lee hit 354 HR with 1,244 RBI and a .267 batting average.

He started with the Reds and hit behind Johnny Bench in that power lineup:   111 HR & 302 RBI over a 3-year stretch!

Then he went to Baltimore and hit behind Ken Singleton:  387 RBI over 4 years.

He played for the Reds in the 1972 World Series and for the Orioles in 1979.

He was quiet and played with lots of class.   He let the bat do the talking and it did a lot of that!






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Let's meet Nilda Cepero, Cuban American author & poet




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Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Johnny Cash & June Carter on the radio makes any ride to a meeting just nice!



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Will San Francisco declare President Obama & Mrs. Clinton "persona non grata" for voting for border fence in 2006?

According to news reports, the city of San Francisco has a message for those companies planning to work on building the US-Mexico border wall.    

This is from Fox News:   
A San Francisco lawmaker proposed a bill Tuesday that would prohibit the city from doing business with construction companies that seek to work on President Trump’s border wall during the bidding process.
Supervisor Hillary Ronen said doing business with such companies would be out of line with the city’s values, according to KTVU.
“Stick to building bridges, not walls." Ronen said.
Ronen was joined by Oakland City Councilman Abel Guillen and Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguin during a news conference outside the offices of international construction giant T.Y. Lin. The company had previously expressed interest in building the proposed border wall along the U.S.-Mexico border.
I find this so interesting.

First, President Obama and Secretary Clinton voted for the fence in 2006.    It was called "The Secure Fence Act".     

Second, Mr. Obama and Mrs. Clinton did well in San Francisco.    Mrs. Clinton carried California by 28 points, or the reason that she won 3 million more votes than Mr. Trump.

So San Francisco wants to punish companies now?     Shouldn't they be consistent and declare any one who voted for the fence as "persona non grata"?     

After all, it was legislators like Mr. Obama and Mrs. Clinton who voted to fund it?    It happened 10 years before Mr. Trump ran for president!

Or is all of this just more liberal hypocrisy?  

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Latin America stories with Fausta Rodriguez Wertz



Guest: Fausta Rodriguez Wertz, the editor of Fausta's Blog.......we will look at Trump's calls to President Temer of Brazil........we will look at Trump's calls to President Temer of Brazil & President Bachelet of Chile regarding Venezuela....Argentina teachers' strike.....Gold money laundering in Miami.......Odebrecht in Peru...a UK agency ranks Mexico as the 3rd most violent country.....more violence in Veracruz....and corn imports..........and a few other stories from the news...............

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Public schools and illegal immigration



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Happy # 86 William Shatner



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Happy Sweden getting ready for war?


We learned this week that Sweden is the ninth happiest country in the world.     
We also learned this week that happy Sweden is worried about war:   
Sweden is reactivating thousands of Cold War bunkers across the country as fears of a military confrontation with Russia build.
Shelters on the Baltic Island of Gotland will be prioritized for comprehensive checks after it was identified as a likely target for Russian invasion last year. 
Sweden’s most populous island has been the site of a dramatic buildup of military training more than a decade after being demilitarized.
 
In light of the “special situation,” inspections of hundreds of underground shelters in Gotland will be stepped up, according to Swedish Radio.
Am I the only one who sees something weird about these stories? On one hand, we read that Swedes are so happy. On the other hand, they are reactivating nuclear bunkers.    
Let me go back to the article:   
Back in December, the Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency (MSB) urged the country’s municipalities to prepare for dislocation, with security heads being ordered to be “better equipped to meet the threat of war and other crisis situations.”
Preparations to guard against an armed attack from a “qualified opponent,” meaning Russia, have been enhanced in recent months, although officials complained that there was no clear cut plan on how to provide vaccines, gas masks or fuel in the event of a crisis.
So let me get this straight. The Swedes told a pollster that they are very happy. However, their government is telling them to get ready for an invasion?
It’s all very strange to me.    
However, we do recall that pollsters told us as late as 5 p.m. on election day that Mrs. Clinton would deliver a winning speech later that night.
Let’s revisit that sample in Sweden. Maybe the sample included too many people from the tourism agency!
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Happy # 77 Dick Ellsworth



We say happy # 77 to Dick Ellsworth, who was born on this day in Lusk, WY.

By the time I saw him pitch with the 1970 Milwaukee Brewers, Dick Ellsworth was a veteran filling the roster of an expansion team.      

Before Milwaukee, he was a very tough pitcher with the Cubs and Red Sox during the 1960's.   

Ellsworth won 115 games, lost 137 but finished with a decent 3.72 ERA.       His record just confirms that Ellsworth pitched for some bad teams.    

From 1960-66, Ellsworth’s winning percentage exceeded that of the Cubs as a whole (.435 to .422).

Wonder what his record would have been had he pitched for the Cardinals who won 3 NL pennants?









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Spring 1978: The Bee Gees dominated the music charts


"Night fever"" was the 3rd single released from the "Saturday Night Fever" movie soundtrack.   The other two were "How deep is love" and "Stayin' Alive".  

Besides Bee Gees' releases, the Gibb brothers wrote Andy Gibb's hits and "More than a woman" released by Tavares.


From Christmas 1977 to May 1978, The Bee Gees were on top of the charts.  We had not seen this kind of chart domination since The Beatles in 1964.


It was a great year for The Bee Gees.  You can get the soundtrack music here.



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Tuesday, March 21, 2017

The Democrats making fools of themselves against Judge Gorsuch



Like most of you, I have to make a living and can’t sit in front of the TV watching Supreme Court hearings.
Let me congratulate Judge Gorsuch for having the patience to hear partisan questions from Senator Feinstein and Senator Leahy.
Nevertheless, let me recommend that you go back and try to find Senator Graham’s intervention.
Senator Graham went back and reminded everyone of The Biden Rule of 1992 and its cousin The Schumer Rule of 2008.   Those were the days when the Democrats said that no president should ever nominate a candidate to the Supreme Court in an election year.
He also reminded everyone of Senator Reid’s decision to strip the 60-vote rule for judges in 2013.
It was a good lesson for all to watch.
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California Update with Leslie Eastman & Dawn Wildman



Guests: Leslie Eastman and Dawn Wildman join me for a look at California politics...........his year, as the special snowflakes are melting, we will review the status of Citizen Activism in this state with Dawn Wildman Director- Coalition for Policy and Founder-CA Tea Party Groups Coalition. ....and a few other stories from the news................

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March 21, 1980: Remember the day that someone shot JR?

Who remembers watching "Dallas" this night in 1980?   

Dallas was a very popular TV series that started in the 1970s and ran into the 1980s.  

It featured one of TV's greatest characters, the only J R Ewing:

"On this day in 1980, J.R. Ewing, the character millions love to hate on television’s popular prime-time drama Dallas, is shot by an unknown assailant. 

The shooting made the season-ending episode one of TV’s most famous cliffhangers, inspired widespread media coverage and left America wondering “Who shot J.R.?” for the next eight months. 

On November 21, 1980, the premiere episode of Dallas’s third season solved the mystery, identifying Kristin Shepard, J.R.’s mistress (and his wife’s sister), as the culprit.
The CBS television network debuted the first five-episode pilot season of Dallas in 1978; it went on to run for another 12 full-length seasons. The first show of its kind, Dallas was dubbed a “prime-time soap opera” for its serial plots and dramatic tales of moral excess. The show revolved around the relations of two Texas oil families: the wealthy, successful Ewings and the perpetually down-on-their-luck Barnes clan. 

The families’ patriarchs, Jock Ewing and Digger Barnes, were former partners locked in a years-long feud over oil fields Barnes claimed had been stolen by Ewing. To make matters more interesting, Ewing’s youngest son Bobby (Patrick Duffy) and Barnes’ daughter Pam (Victoria Principal) had married, linking the battling clans even more closely. The character of J.R. Ewing, Bobby’s oldest brother and a greedy, conniving, womanizing scoundrel, was played by Larry Hagman.

In the wake of the season-ending cliffhanger episode, “A House Divided,” audiences were hard-pressed to guess who was responsible for the shooting; J.R. had a host of enemies. That summer, the question “Who Shot J.R.?” entered the national lexicon, becoming a popular T-shirt slogan, and heightening anticipation of the soap’s third season, which was to come in the fall. Much to the dismay of Dallas fans, the premiere was delayed because of a Screen Actors Guild strike. When it finally aired, the episode revealing the shooter became one of television’s most-watched shows, with an audience of 83 million people, and helped put Dallas into greater worldwide circulation. It also popularized the use of the cliffhanger by TV writers.

The shooting of J.R. was not Dallas’s only notorious plot twist. 

In September 1986, fans learned that the entire previous season, in which main character Bobby Ewing had died, was merely a dream of Pam’s. The show’s writers had killed the Bobby character off because Duffy had decided to leave the show. When he agreed to return, they featured him stepping out of the shower on the season-ending cliffhanger, and then were forced the next season to explain his sudden reappearance.

The last new episode of Dallas aired on May 3, 1991. A spin-off, Knots Landing, aired from December 27, 1979, until May 13, 1993. 

Dallas remains in syndication around the world."

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Another poll about all those happy countries



We have polls for everything these days.  Therefore, it’s not surprising that we have a poll measuring the happiness index of different countries.  This is what the poll tells us:
Norwegians have more reason than ever to celebrate the International Day of Happiness.
After ranking fourth for the last two years, Norway jumped three spots and displaced three-time winner Denmark to take the title of “world’s happiest country” for the first time.
Denmark dropped to second place this year, followed by Iceland, Switzerland, Finland, Netherlands, Canada, New Zealand and Australia and Sweden (which tied for ninth place), according to the latest World Happiness Report, released Monday by the Sustainable Development Solutions Network for the United Nations.
Denmark has won the title three of the four times the report has been issued, while Switzerland has won the title just once.
 
The United States came in 14th place, dropping one place from last year.
It all leaves me with a lot of questions about the poll and the intent of the pollsters.  In other words, we’ve seen massive polling failures in the U.S. and the U.K.  What makes these polls any more believable than the ones showing the U.K. staying in the E.U. or Mrs. Clinton carrying 400 electoral votes? 
Let me share a couple of personal observations:
First, do you see a long line of people at any of these countries’ embassies of people seeking visas to move to, say, Norway or Finland?  Norway and Sweden have an immigration problem, but it’s not because Americans and other Westerners can’t wait to move there.  Furthermore, “refugees” are flooding Sweden not because they read that it is a “happy” country. 
Second, most of the countries on that list have generous welfare states and do not spend much on defense.  This is because #14, or the U.S., has spent the last 70 years defending most of the top 13!  In fact, some of the happy countries who are part of NATO are spending less than 1%.
How happy would these countries be today if the US had pulled out years ago and left Norway and Finland to the mercy of the USSR, or now Russia?  My guess is that they wouldn’t be very happy.  Just ask the Hungarians, Czechoslovakians, and Poles about their level of happiness when Warsaw Pact tanks were running around their cities.
So don’t lose any sleep over how happy everybody is, or how 13 countries are apparently happier than Americans. 
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