Tuesday, October 23, 2018

Tuesday's video: It looks like Bolsonaro will win in Brazil

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Tuesday's video:  
It looks like Bolsonaro will win in Brazil








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I voted really early in Texas

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It’s election time, and I voted around 8 A.M.  By the way, there were about a dozen people already there voting.
As you can guess, I voted for Governor Greg Abbott and Senator Ted Cruz, the two candidates who have received national coverage.
My vote for Governor Abbott was a no-brainer.  He has done a masterful job of managing the state without making anyone angry.  In that respect, he is a lot more like former Governor George W. Bush than Governor Rick Perry. 
His re-election message gets a lot of help from the Texas economy: job growth is very strong.  Our cities can’t add enough highways to keep up with the population growth and business expansion.  It’s a good time to be in Texas, especially for an incumbent governor asking voters for re-election.
Mark my words: Governor Abbott will run for president in 2024.  His numbers with Hispanics were strong in 2014, another indication that Texas Hispanics are interested in more than DACA or immigration.  According to exit polls, Abbott got 44% of the Hispanic vote in Texas.  In 2014, abortion hurt Wendy Davis.  In 2018, the issue is Lupe Valdez, who has been running on mute mode since the primary.
Abbott projects executive confidence, an important trait for a future president.  Keep an eye on him.
My vote for Senator Cruz was more ideological.  He is a reliable conservative vote in the U.S. Senate, and we need more of them.
To be honest, I am not sure that the Texas GOP is madly in love with Cruz.  There are still many wounds from the 2012 primary, when then-solicitor general Cruz was the rebel against Lt. Governor David Dewhurst from the political establishment.  It was a bitter fight, with Governor Perry supporting Dewhurst and the Tea Party going with Cruz.  It got ugly, and I can still feel the anger.
My vote is in, so I can wait until election night and see the results.
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We remember Jorge Valls (1933-2015)


Jorge Valls, author and former political prisoner in Cuba, died on this day in 2015.   

Valls spent 20 years in Castro's political prisons.   He was 31 when he entered the prisons and 53 when he finally left.
Valls wrote a book about it later.




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We remember Jim Bunning ( 1931-2017)

We remember US Senator and Hall of Famer Jim Bunning.   He was born on this day in 1931 and died in 2017.

Bunning broke with the Detroit Tigers in 1955.   

He won 118 games over 9 seasons in Detroit.  He moved to Philadelphia in 1964 and won 89 games.   Overall, Bunning won 224, or 118 in the AL and 106 in the NL.

His best season was 20-8 & 2.69 ERA in 1957.      He did not pitch for a lot of winning teams but did not miss a start in 11 years.    

Bunning was perfect on June 21, 1964, also Father's Day, in a 6-0 victory against the New York Mets.   In 1958, he threw a no-hitter for Detroit on July 20, 1958, against Boston, winning 3-0.

In 1996, Bunning was inducted into The Hall of Fame.    He was also elected to the US Senate from Kentucky.


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Monday, October 22, 2018

Monday's show: My early vote is in plus the caravan and more stories


Early voting in Texas and my vote is in.......
The caravan at the Mexico-Guatemala border................
and more stories........
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Monday's video: I "early" voted this morning

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Monday's video:   
I "early" voted this morning








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Everybody’s talking about Texas these days

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Let’s say this for Beto — we have not seen so much focus on Texas since Miss Wendy Davis was the 2014 Democratic nominee for governor.  (As you may remember, she lost to current Governor Greg Abbott by 20 points despite getting lots of dollars from every left-wing corner in the U.S.)
The latest is that President Trump will be in Houston for a big rally for Senator Ted Cruz.  According to news reports, 70,000 people signed up to attend.  Where is the Astrodome when we really need it?
The other bit of news is that the Democrats are allegedly looking for votes in all the wrong places, such as encouraging illegals to register and vote.  On this story, I’ve heard anecdotal evidence of Democrats using churches to sign up illegals.  In other words, this is more than a partisan shot at Beto O’Rourke.  I believe that it’s true.
Then there is Beto’s campaign driving everybody crazy with too much texting.  There is a lawsuit from angry Texans sick and tired being reminded about early voting for Beto starting October 21st.  Frankly, I have not received such a text but I keep getting these calls to my landline that are not recorded political messages.   It’s blank when I answer the phone.  I try to call back and get a busy signal or nothing at all.  Maybe the Beto people have too much money and keep looking for creative ways of spending it.
And then we hear of burnout or just too much Beto on TV.  Beto has turned into one of those Top 40 hits that AM stations would play every 15 minutes.  Beto is like “Maggie Mae” or “Stayin’ Alive” if you’re old enough to remember the 1970s.  Beto’s “Here, there and everywhere”, with all due respect to The Beatles.  Maybe some local DJ will schedule a “Beto night” and burn all of those yard signs at halftime between the Cowboys vs. Texans game.
It will be nice on Wednesday after the election.  We can go back to being a red state again.
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Who else but Jorge Ramos?


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The “caravan” has a new voice and it’s Jorge Ramos.  This is what Mr. Ramos said today:
Univision news anchor Jorge Ramos said reports of an “invasion” of migrants toward the United States are being overblown by people like President Donald Trump.
Ramos, who reported from Tapachula in the Mexican state of Chiapas — bordering Guatemala, said he watched migrants come by after crossing into Mexico.
He said that at the border with Guatemala, the Mexican authorities tried — mostly unsuccessfully — to stop the thousands from crossing the few bridges between the two countries.
Ramos said Mexican law enforcement has been acting as “Trump’s police” in trying to stem the migrant tide.
“They are not criminals, they are not terrorists,” he said of the migrants. “We have to choose what kind of nation we are.”
Ramos is wrong.  First, we don’t know who is in the caravan.  Did Jorge talk to all of the 4,000 or so marchers?  Second, it’s a insult to refer to Mexico’s armed forces as “Trump’s army”.

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Obama goes to Nevada and ends up talking about himself


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We have seen this before.  President Obama shows up to support a Democrat and ends up talking about himself.

Over the weekend, Mr. Obama was in Nevada to support the Democrats.  Instead, it was the same old song:  "Obama tells voters to 'remember who started' economic recovery at Nevada rally."

I'm sure that his guests were delighted to hear that.  

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We remember Annette Funicello (1942-2013)


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We remember Annette Funicello.  She was born in Uttica, NY on this day in 1942 and died in 2013.

Annette was the cute girl next door who went from The Mickey Mouse Club to all of those sweet movies with Frankie Avalon.  Honestly, the movies were pretty good and you can catch them on retro TV.

I guess that life was less complicated back then.





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Tersi Agra Bendiburg: A “Cubana” from Dixie who tells stories!


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The Cuban American story is diverse.

On one hand, there are those Cubans who stayed in South Florida and grew up there.  They attended schools full of other Cuban exiles.  They walked on streets beaming with "Cubanismo" or the smell of "cafe cubano".  They were never really separated from Cuba.
On the other hand, the rest of us settled in places like Chicago (Carlos Eire),  Virginia (Jorge Ponce), Louisiana (Humberto Fontova) or Wisconsin like me.  We had to find "cubanismo" by getting together with other Cubans or playing those Beny More LPs on our turntables.
Speaking of the second group, we chatted this week with Tersi Agra Bendiburg, a "Cubana" who grew up in Georgia.   
Her family story is similar to mine, and perhaps yours:
"Tersi had vivid memories from her childhood in post-revolution Cuba.  She remembers soldiers walking through her house, taking inventory of everything her family owned.  A year later, when they were to leave the country with nothing --not even her parents' wedding rings, the soldiers returned to re-inventory all the contents of the house.  She also remembers her father hiding a young man in their home  (who had been shot by soldiers) until he could be passed along safely.
At age, ten, Tersi’s family moved to Mexico City where they stayed with a distant relative while her parents applied for political asylum in the United States.  That Christmas was the first time Carmen, age 3, had ever seen Christmas lights because religious celebrations had been halted after the revolution in Cuba.
          It was a wonderland.  On the Dia de los Reyes, Three Kings Day, Tersi wrote to the kings to let them know Tersi and her family were no longer in Cuba, but were, instead, in Mexico City so they would know where to bring presents.  Her parents were so worried that Tersi had written a letter and they had no money to buy her a present.  It was then that she spoke with a relative from Decatur, Georgia who told Tersi that the kings had left presents for her and Carmen in Decatur, and that in the future she should direct her letters to Santa Claus because the kings said the coffee in America was too weak for men from the east and the icy streets were too much of a challenge for the camels.  Sure enough, when they arrived in Decatur, both girls had presents waiting for them.
In Decatur, the Agra family was sponsored by the First Baptist Church of Decatur.  They never needed welfare since they had a little furnished apartment and Mr. Agra began work almost immediately.  Tersi attended Oakhurst Elementary where she had the famous spinach incident, and many other adventures.
          That first Halloween in the United States Tersi ran home with a pillowcase full of candy.  She dumped it out and said, “You just say trick-or-treat and they give you candy!”
          “What a country!”  Her father exclaimed."
Yes, what a country indeed!   
Today, Tersi tells children the wonderful stories of Latin America and others.
 What a wonderful lady!   Thanks to Fernando Hernandez for the introduction!     

We spoke with Tersi on Friday's show and learned that she was born in Florida, Camaguey or not too far from my mom's hometown of Ciego de Avila!   As my mother loves to say:  "Que mundo mas chiquito"!

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We remember the 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis with Frank Burke


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Guest: Frank Burke, businessman, author and contributor to American Thinker........we remember The Cuban Missile Crisis.........He was in the US and I was in Cuba..........


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Sunday, October 21, 2018

Sunday's show: The week in review with Bill Katz, the editor of Urgent Agenda


Sunday's show:  
The week in review with Bill Katz, the editor of Urgent Agenda





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Will we ever see a 3-hour postseason baseball game again?

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Have you been staying up a bit late these days?  In my case, the answer is yes, watching postseason games that take between 3:30 and 4 hours.  It’s frankly insane, and I love baseball.
We remember today the 43rd anniversary of Game 6 of the 1975 Word Series.  It ended in the bottom of the 12th when Carlton Fisk hit that famous home run. 
The game had everything that makes baseball great.  The Reds had a 6-3 lead in the 7th and couldn’t run out the clock.  The Red Sox tied the game in a dramatic Bernie Carbo pinch-hit H.R. in the bottom of the 8th.  Boston loaded the bases in the bottom of the 9th but couldn’t score because of an amazing double-play from left-fielder George Foster to catcher Johnny Bench.  The next three innings saw baseball drama until Fisk ended it.
Here is the amazing part: the game took 4:01.  Again, that was a 12-inning game with lots of runners on base and even a few of Sparky Anderson’s famous pitching changes.
In 1951, the Dodgers and Giants played a playoff game to decide the National League pennant.  They scored nine runs, including the four-run bottom-of-the-9th home run called “the shot heard around the world.”
Here is another amazing fact: the game took 2:27.
Over the last few years, every postseason seems to take four hours.  I’m talking about nine-inning games.  What in the world is going on?
Even Nate Silver is asking the question, and his group wrote this after the wonderful Cubs-Indians series:
Baseball usually reserves its longest games for October, with the average game length jumping precipitously in the final month of each of the past five seasons.  But even keeping that in mind, this year has been extraordinary: The last 27 games have featured an average game length of three hours and 24 minutes, the highest average for any continuous block of 27 games in the past five years (and far above the overall 2016 season average of three hours, two minutes).  The only block of games that even comes close to the one we’re in now came in 2014 – and 2014 was before baseball commissioner Rob Manfred announced new rules designed to speed up the games.  That this year’s games are surpassing the heights of 2014 even with those pace-of-play rules in place is extraordinary.
Let me suggest a couple of things to the commissioner:
1. Forget the idea of a clock.
2. Something has to be done about batters doing meditation between pitches.  The umpire needs to tell the batter to get in the box or get an automatic strike call.  On the other hand, pitchers can’t take forever, either.  It’s up to the umpire to stop this.
3. Instant replay is great, but there must be a two-minute rule.  You can see the replay and call it one way or the other.
I’m sure a lot of fans have other ideas.  The commissioner needs to know that four-hour postseason games are driving a lot of us to catch the highlights (or even the score) on phone the next morning.
Let’s face it: four-hour baseball games are not good for postgame shows or the advertisers who hope we are watching.
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Happy # 78 Manfred Mann

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We remember Manfred Mann who was born in South Africa on this day in 1940.  

He recorded with 3 bands:  Manfred Mann, Manfred Mann Chapter Three and Manfred Mann's Earth Band:




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Happy # 90 to Whitey Ford


Happy birthday to Whitey Ford who was born in Astoria, New York, on this day in 1928.  

He was known as "The Chairman of the Board" when he pitched for the mighty Yankees, 1950-67.

Ford pitched in 11 World Series for New York:  10-8 & 2.71 ERA.

Overall, he was 236-106 with an amazing career ERA of 2.75!

Ford was selected to The Hall of Fame in 1974.   He was the ace of some of the greatest Yankee teams ever.   His teammates included Joe DiMaggio, Mickey Mantle, Yogi Berra, Roger Maris and others.

And a great gentleman as well!



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Saturday, October 20, 2018

Saturday's show: The midterms, very long post-season baseball games and the caravan


Saturday's show:  
The midterms, very long post-season baseball games and the caravan





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Saturday's video: The politics of the caravan is good news for President Trump

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The politics of the caravan is good news for President Trump







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Mexico doesn’t want the caravan, either

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Over the years, I’ve learned a couple of things about Mexico’s political class.
First, they need to send a certain number of people north.  It is an essential valve to release potential social pressures; and,
Second, they don’t want Central Americans, or anybody else, using Mexico into a highway to the U.S.
This is what we are seeing again.  Mexico is proactively handling the caravan by stopping it on their border.  Again, they don’t want them, as this report shows:   
Mexico has said the Hondurans in the current caravan would not be allowed to enter as a group, and members would either have to show a passport and visa — items few of the migrants have — or apply individually for refugee status, a process that can take three months for approval. Mexican officials also said migrants caught without papers would be deported.
In a statement, the country’s foreign ministry said the “government of Mexico maintains permanent communication with the members of the caravan that have reached the southern border, to whom the options to which they are entitled have been explained.”
Many are reacting saying that Mexico buckled to President Trump’s threat.  I don’t think so.
I agree with President Trump’s threats to Mexico and other countries.  However, I believe that this is Mexico acting on its own interests.  In this case, Mexico and the U.S. have common interests.
We should remember that southern Mexico, or the states that border with Guatemala, are the poorest areas of the country.  They’ve had their share of problems down there and adding more poor people from Central America is out of the question.
As my Mexican friends have me told me over the years:  “No nos conviene” or loosely translated to “It does not suit us”.  
Indeed it does not.
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We remember Tom Petty (1950-2017)


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We remember Tom Petty who was born in Florida on this day in 1950.   He passed away in 2017 or a couple of days before he turned 67. 

Petty's guitar was the common denominator in all of his songs.


And you can still hear his music all over the radio.


It's hard to pick a favorite but "The waiting" from 1981 is great:





1803: US Senate ratified The Louisiana Purchase

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On this day in 1803, the US Senate ratified The Louisiana Purchase.   

It confirmed President Jefferson's decision.  There were many concerns back then about the constitutionality of the purchase.  

Nevertheless, it doubled the size of the country and gave the US control of the Mississippi River.








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Happy # 81 Juan Marichal


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We say happy # 81 to Juan Marichal, one of the greatest pitchers in major league history.   

Marichal broke with the Giants in 1960 pitching a shutout against the Phillies.   He went on to pitch 14 seasons with San Francisco:  238 wins, 2.84 ERA and 244 complete games.    

Overall, he won 243 games after finishing with Boston in 1974 and LA in 1975.

In 1963, Marichal and Warren Spahn of the Braves locked into one of the greatest pitching duels in major league.    I wrote about it here:  The day Marichal and Spahn took work ethic to a higher level.

I finally had a chance to see Marichal when he played for Boston in 1974.  He was an old veteran but still had that magical leg kick.   it was a real treat to say that I saw him pitch even at the end of his marvelous career.

Marichal was selected to The Hall of Fame in 1983.




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Friday, October 19, 2018

Friday's show: The caravan from Central America, impeachment talk and other stories


Friday's show:  
The caravan from Central America, impeachment talk and other stories





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Friday's video: Why is Beto talking impeachment?


Friday's video:  
Why is Beto talking impeachment?




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Beto on a Beto mission

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As you’ve heard, Representative O’Rourke has been raising a ton of cash.  
It’s impressive, to say the least.  
It’s also creating a little backlash from Democrats, as we see in this report from The Hill:  
Rep. Beto O’Rourke (D-Texas) said Monday that he won’t share the $38 million his campaign raised in the third quarter of the year with other Senate Democratic candidates.
“No,” O’Rourke told a reporter who asked if he would share the funds with candidates in tighter races, according to the Washington Examiner.  
“I’m focused on Texas. Most of our contributions have come from Texas. All of them have come from people. Not a dime from PACs,” he said, according to the report.
O’Rourke added that he is honoring “the commitment that those who’ve contributed to this campaign have made to me.”
Well, I am not sure that most of the money has really come from Texas, but let’s give him the benefit of the doubt.
Beto’s problem, and a lot of Democrats are saying the same thing, is that he is not going to win in Texas.  He is down 7-9 points with 20 days to go.  In other words, why isn’t some of this money going to other states, such as Montana or Indiana?
Over the next two weeks, Beto will be flooding the TV with lots of negative ads.  I don’t think that’s going to add any voters to his side.   His ads are basically saying that Cruz is too radical for Texas. Really, Beto?    
Why not share the money or campaign with other Democrats in Texas?  They could use the money, media coverage and Beto’s crowds.
My guess is that Representative O’Rourke wants to keep some of that money to create a PAC to set up his presidential run in 2020.  He will need lots of money to push his candidacy in 2019 and set the table for Iowa.
At the same time, he is earning a reputation that this is about Beto and nothing else.  He may regret that when he is standing on the stage with the other 30 Democrats running for president.
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Congratulations to Boston, 2018 AL champs



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O'Rourke talking impeachment at CNN confirms he is losing....



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We remember Ossie Álvarez (1932-2008)


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We remember Ossie Alvarez who was born in Matanzas on this day in 1932.
Ossie was a promising middle infielder primarily known for his speed and defensive skills.  He was in the Senators’ farm system and led the minors twice in stolen bases.
In 1958, Ossie played the whole season in the majors hitting .269 in 88 games.  He was traded a couple of times in the off season and played only 8 games for Detroit in 1959.   He spent the rest of his career in the minors and later the Mexican League.
Alvarez died in 2008.   He worked as a Pirates’ scout after leaving baseball.

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We remember The 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis with Barry Jacobsen


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National security stories of the week with Barry Jacobsen 10/22 by Silvio Canto Jr | Politics Podcasts:

Guest: Barry Jacobsen, military historian and blogger, joins us for a look at the national security stories of the week..........the Benghazi hearings expose some of Secretary Clinton's management style.......the Russian military operations in the Middle East............the US rescues Iraqi soldiers from a POW camp..........we look back at the 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis.........the US and USSR over Cuba............and other stories from the week.....


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Thursday, October 18, 2018

Thursday's show: The Cruz-O'Rourke debate & the march from Central America with George Rodriguez


Thursday's show:  
The Cruz-O'Rourke debate & the march from Central America with George Rodriguez





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