Sunday, June 30, 2019

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

The week in review with Bill Katz, the editor of Urgent Agenda 06/30 by Silvio Canto Jr | Politics:

Guest: Bill Katz, the editor of Urgent Agenda.......The Democrats debate and they speak Spanish? Biden vs Democrats.....did Senator Kamala Harris tell the truth about busing? US oil production........Margaret Mitchell published ?Gone with the wind? 1936.....and other stories......



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Sunday’s video: Loved the Yankees vs Red Sox in London...




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Time for Cuba’s communists to pay our parents back

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In the interest of full disclosure, our family lost a home that was under construction.  The house was never built, but we had chosen the location.  I still remember my uncle, an architect, talking to my mother about the location of the windows.  He was advising her to take advantage of the breeze that always flowed in Cuba.
My parents have no interest in claiming the ground.  They were just happy that the three of us got to grow up in freedom.
Many of my friends did lose their properties and got no compensation for them.
I know a Cuban woman whose family ranch was confiscated by soldiers who showed up and threw the family from the grounds at gunpoint.  Sadly, the ranch had been in the family for a century and raised cattle for domestic beef consumption.  My guess is that the cows are dead and the place is another unproductive piece of Cuban land.
It gives me pleasure, and a sense of justice, that some people are going to court to challenge the communist regime.  I’ve talked to some of them, and they’re all doing it for their parents, who worked so hard to build those businesses.  It’s like justice for “mami y papi,” and I understand that fully.
This is from Fergus Hodgson:
Nearly 60 years have passed since the confiscations began, but the damages are easily identifiable for tens of thousands of Cuban exiles and their descendants. 
The Castro regime also carried out the mass theft in a brazenly public manner, so there is no dispute over its occurrence and the amount of property affected.
In the short run, the confiscation was done to exploit the nonsense that all of the property-owners were part of the CIA.  In the long run, it was another communist failure because the factories and ranches had no one to run them.
So let justice happen.  I don’t personally care for any money from the communists.  I just want them to recognize the injustice of stealing property and accusing our parents of something they were not.
As my late father once said, “we create jobs and made Cuba prosperous.  What did the communists do?”  They didn’t create real jobs or make the island prosperous.
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June 30, 1936: "Gone to the wind" is published



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Happy # 72 to Ron Swobada

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Ron Swoboda broke in with the Mets in 1965 and hit 18 HR as a rookie.   

His manager Casey Stengel referred to him as "the youth of America", or part of the new generation of Mets who would make a winner out of the team.  The list included Cleon Jones, Bud Harrelson, Tug McGraw, Nolan Ryan, Tom Seaver, Jerry Koosman and Ken Boswell, Jim McAndrew, Duffy Dyer, Gary Gentry and Wayne Garrett.

The Mets did make it to the World Series in 1969.   Seaver, Koosman, Ryan and others turned into a wonderful pitching staff.   Jones and Harrelson became good major leaguers.

Unfortunately for Mets' fans, Swoboda never really developed into a consistent power hitter:  .242 batting average, 73 HR & 344 RBI over 8 years.

Nevertheless, he will live in the hearts of Mets fans for one catch in the 1969 World Series.     It killed an Oriole rally and lives as one of the greatest catches in baseball history.



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A word about Lena Horne (1917-2010)


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Lena Horne, one of the best female vocalists ever, was born on this day in 1917..........she passed away at age 92 in 2010.

She had a great voice and very elegant look!

Her story was rather remarkable:

"Lena Horne, who was the first black performer to be signed to a long-term contract by a major Hollywood studio and who went on to achieve international fame as a singer, died on Sunday night at New York-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center in New York." (NYT)
 It's hard to pick a favorite song but her version of "Where or When" is great:


Happy #56 to "Blame it on the bossa nova"


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Another one of those "time flies" posts:  Let's remember "Blame it on the bossa nova" by Eydie Gorme.


Frankly, I don't remember this song but it was an entertaining and still gets a lot of airplay many years later.  It is a great dancing song!  I would file this one under "novelty pop songs"!


Eydie Gorme enjoyed a great career.  She recorded many songs with her husband, Steve Lawrence, and an LP of Spanish ballads with Trio Los Panchos. 

Click here for the song.
"I was at a dance When he caught my eye
Standing all alone Lookin' sad and shy
We began to dance Swaying to and fro
And soon I knew I'd never let him go
Blame it on the bossa nova With it's magic spell
Blame it on the bossa nova That he did so well
Oh it all began with just one little dance
But soon it ended up a big romance
Blame it on the bossa nova The dance of love
Now was it the moon No no the bossa nova
Or the stars above No no the bossa nova
Now was it the tune Yea yea the bossa nova
The dance of love
Now I'm glad to say I'm his bride to be
And we're gonna raise a family
And when our kids ask How it came about
I gonna say to them with out a doubt....

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1962: Koufax and the first no-hitter


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On this day in 1962, Sandy Koufax of the LA Dodgers pitched the first of his 4 no-hitters.    He beat the Mets and struck out 13 in a 5-0 victory.

Between 1962 and 1966, when he retired at age 32, Koufax was just overpowering.  He led the LA Dodgers to World Series victories in 1963 and 1965.  He pitched 4 no-hitters, including perfect game in 1965, and won 3 Cy Young Awards.

It all started with this no-hitter in 1962!

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Happy # 75 to Ron Swoboda


We wish happy birthday to Ron Swoboda who was born in Baltimore on this day in 1944 .    He came up with the Mets in 1965 and showed power as a young hitter with 19 Hrs and 50 RBI in his rookie year.   Ron never came close to that number again.

Swoboda's place in baseball history was game 4 of the 1969 World Series against Baltimore.  He made an unbelievable catch on a line drive by Brooks Robinson.    The Mets went on to win the Series:





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World War II, episode 2: Appeasement and the outbreak of war



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1936: Margaret Mitchell published "Gone with the wind"

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Most of us have seen the movie but how many have read the book?

"Gone with the wind" by Margaret Mitchell was published on this day in 1936.    

The book told the story of a woman caught up in the Civil War.    It was based on the tales and stories heard from her parents and other relatives, as well as from Confederate war veterans.

Was the movie better than the book?    In this case, the answer is yes but read the book anyway.   It will teach you a lot about life in the old South.

Mitchell died in 1949.



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Saturday, June 29, 2019

Biden vs Dems plus Yanks vs Bosox in London and what's wrong with Pres. Carter?

Biden vs Dems plus Yanks vs Bosox in London and what's wrong with Pres. Carter? 06/29 by Silvio Canto Jr | Politics:

Biden vs Democrat left.........what was President Carter thinking?....The Yankees vs Red Sox in London....DiMaggio and the streak 1941..........and other stories........click to listen:



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Saturday’s video: What's next for the Democrats?




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Not the party that Joe grew up in

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How crazy left obsessed with skin color are the Democrats?  The answer is “very.”  Just ask former VP Joe Biden, who was forced to say in a debate that he is not a racist.
On Thursday night, Senator Kamala Harris dropped the hammer on Biden, who looked totally startled: 
Harris told Biden that she didn’t believe he was a “racist,” but considered his recent comments about being able to work with segregationist senators early in his career “hurtful.”
“You worked with them to oppose busing,” Harris then said, referring to his efforts to limit federal orders for school desegregation by busing. 
In an emotional moment, she then told her own story of being bused as a little girl in California.
It was good politics, specially in front of that audience.  However, I am not sure that it will work in on the road to the nomination.  Does any serious person out there, left or right, think that Joe Biden is a racist because he worked with other Senators?
What it tells me is just how focused on race this party has become.  Again, this focus on race and gender works very well in that debate but I don’t see it benefiting the party down the road.
My guess is that Biden went home last night and said to Mrs. Biden that they are calling him a racist for working with other senators.  I’m sure that his wife replied that this is not the party that they both knew.  It is not!
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1941: DiMaggio passes 41 and 42 on the way to 56



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1969: Henry Mancini and "Romeo & Juliet" is # 1 this week


What song replaced "Get back" at # 1 on Billboard this week in 1969?   

The answer is Henry Mancini's "Love theme from Romeo & Juliet".

It was a beautiful melody:




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We remember Harmon Killebrew (1936-2011)


The great Harmon Killebrew, one of great baseball sluggers of our youth, was born on this day in 1936.   He passed away in 2011 of cancer.  He was 74.

Killebrew hit 573 home runs with the original Senators who moved to Minnesota in 1961.  He won the AL MVP in 1969, played in the 1965 World Series plus the ALCS in 1969 & 70.

From 1964 to 1971, Killebrew and Tony Oliva, who usually batter in front of Harmon, were one of the best hitting combinations ever.   Tony won 3 batting titles and Harmon just hit a ton of home runs.   

We remember those "titanic home runs" that got lost in the clouds all over baseball parks.    Killebrew was indeed one of my all time favorite players.







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1948: President Truman and Israel



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President Truman was in the middle of some of the biggest moments of the 20th century. He dropped the two bombs that ended war in the Pacific. He led the US into the Cold War with the Truman Doctrine. It was clearly one of the most consequential presidencies ever.

Pres. Truman's library  hosted an exhibition in 2008 or the 60th anniversary of Israel or another one of his many important decisions:
"On May 14, 1948 President Harry Truman announced that the United States would offer de facto recognition of the new State of Israel. His decision, coming only eleven minutes after the new government was formed in the former British mandate of Palestine, gave immediate legitimacy to a country that existed only on paper and in the hearts of the world-wide Jewish community." (Truman and Israel: Behind the Decision)
Like most Truman decisions, it was not easy or popular everywhere. However, it was the right thing to do.

Pres. Truman was a great president because he made decisions and took the political heat for them.  I call it leadership, which is why he is my favorite Democrat and ranks rather high in most presidential lists!

P.S. Speaking of Pres. Truman, let me recommend once again that wonderful biography by by David McCullough. It is one of best ones ever written about a US president.


June 29, 1990: Dave Stewart and Fernando Valenzuela pitched no hitters

It was an ESPN Friday night doubleheader: The A's in Toronto and the Cardinals in LA.     

By the end of the baseball night, history was made when Dave Stewart and Fernando Valenzuela pitched no-hitters.

According to news reports, Valenzuela learned of Stewart's no hitter minutes before taking the mound.   According to Tommy Lasorda, the LA manager, Valenzuela joked about pitching another no hitter that night.

To be honest, I saw Dave Stewart's last 4 innings but did not make it to watch the West Coast game.

A great night for two of the best pitchers of 1990.

Valenzuela won 173 games, primarily with LA.   He could have won 200 games but injuries caught up with him.   We remember him for a tremendous rookie season in 1981 and that complete game in game 3 of the World Series that year.    He was a workhorse and pitched 117 complete games.

Stewart won 168 games and enjoyed great success with the A's.   He won 119 games over a 7 year period with the A's, including 4 consecutive 20-win seasons.   He was also a workhorse with lots of high innings totals.



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Happy # 63 Pedro Guerrero


We say happy birthday to Pedro Guerrero who was born on this day in 1956.

Was Pedro Guerrero the first Dominican player from San Pedro de Macoris in the Dominican Republic?  I don't know the answer but there weren't that many back in the early 1980s when Pedro broke in with the Dodgers.

Pedro was a very consistent hitter:  .300 batting average, 215 HR & 898 RBI.    He hit 125 HR over a 5-year span with LA.

Happy birthday to a guy who was a very tough out!



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June 29, 1941: DiMaggio got 41 & 42 in a doubleheader


On this day in 1941, the amazing Joe DiMaggio singled in the sixth inning in the first game of a doubleheader to tie George Sisler's A.L. consecutive-game hit record of 41 games. 

In the second game, he set the record at 42 games with a single in the seventh inning.  

His next goal was the N.L. record of 44.  



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Friday, June 28, 2019

Friday's show: We will look the debates with Barry Casselman, The Prairie Editor

We will look the debates with Barry Casselman, The Prairie Editor 06/28 by Silvio Canto Jr | Politics:

Guest: Barry Casselman, The Prairie Editor......We will look the Democrats' debates and the election ahead in 2020...... and other stories............
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Friday’s video: And the winner of the debates....was Trump





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A bad night for the unborn and legal immigration

It was about what I expected — a bunch of candidates in low single digits trying to survive to the next debate.  What I didn’t expect is how silly these candidates are, from abortion for “trans people” to the immediate citizenship of dreamers or trying to speak Spanish when they can’t.
After the debate, I concluded two things:
1) This is a party hostile to the unborn.  They will defend abortion at any point of the pregnancy.   My guess is that the Trump campaign will remind them of that in the general election; and,
2) The Democrats have forgotten that most of us came here legally and we appreciate the rule of law.
I cannot believe that no one stood up for legal immigration or the right of a sovereign nation to deport people who defy court notices.   It was like all of these candidates read the same ideas book and told us the same thing one by one.
I finally found something that describes my feelings over at Isues and Insights.  They call it “Democrats’ Cirque De Absurdite“.
Maybe “Ship of fools” would be a good headline but I think that someone made a movie with that name.
Wonder if # 2 will be any better?  Don’t bet on it!
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1948: The Berlin Airlift & President Truman



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June 28, 1941: DiMaggio reached # 40


We remember one of sports' most amazing accomplishments, i.e. the 56-game hitting streak that kept the entire nation checking the daily sports pages for updates.

Joe DiMaggio entered historic territory on this day in 1941 when he went 2-for-5 and cracked the "40 circle".  

He became the 5th major leaguer to do so:

Willie Keeler 45 1896-1897
Bill Dahlen 42 1894
George Sisler 41 1922
Ty Cobb       40 1911

We should add that Pete Rose got to 44 in 1978.





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Happy # 78 to Al Downing (the man who gave up Aaron's # 715)

We remember Al Downing today.     He was born in New Jersey on this day in 1941.

Downing was a pretty good lefty who broke with the Yankees in 1961 at age 20.    He  joined the starting rotation in 1963 and won 26 games in his first two seasons.   Downing pitched in the 1963 and 1964 World Series but did not win a game. 

In the late 1960s, Downing pitched for New York, Oakland and Milwaukee.   He was 2-10 with the 1970 Brewers despite a decent 3.34 ERA.

In 1971, Downing was traded to LA and won 20 games.  He pitched in the 1974 World Series with the Dodgers.  

Overall, he won 123 games with a 3.22 ERA.

We remember Downing for one pitch or home run:  Aaron's # 715 on April 8, 1974.



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Happy # 59 to John Elway

We remember John Elway, one of the great QB's in NFL history.      John was born in Port Angeles, Washington in 1960.

Elway came out of Stanford and was drafted by the Colts but eventually signed with the Broncos.  

Elway and the Broncos lost 3 Super Bowl in 1987, 1988 and 1990.    He came back a few years later and defeated the Green Bay Packers in Super Bowl XXXII.  They repeated by defeating the Atlanta Falcons 34–19 the next season.

His accomplishments put him in the NFL Hall of Fame:


148 games won as a starting quarterback – NFL Record
47 game-winning or game-tying drives in the fourth quarter – NFL Record
5-time Super Bowl starting quarterback – NFL Record
50,000+ career passing yards and 3,000+ career rushing yards – NFL Record
7 consecutive seasons with 3000+ passing yards and 200+ rushing yards
NFL Most Valuable Player – 1987
Super Bowl Most Valuable Player – Super Bowl XXXIII
9-time Pro Bowl selection
3-time All Pro selection

Enjoy your day John!   Great career!






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We remember Don Baylor (1948-2017)

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The great Don Baylor was born in Austin, Texas in 1949.     He died in 2017.

Don was drafted by the Orioles in 1967 and moved quickly through their farm system.      I recall reading about Don Baylor & Bobby Grich in the O's farm system.    They came up together and spent years with Baltimore and later with the Angels.

Don finally joined the O's in 1972 and became the starting left fielder.    

Days before the start of the 1976 season, Baylor was traded to the A's in the blockbuster Reggie Jackson trade.    (Don Baylor & Mike Torres for Reggie Jackson & Ken Holtzman)

Baylor's best days were with the Angels:  MVP in '79 and 141 HR over 6 seasons.

He retired with 338 HR & 1,276 RBI in 2,292 games.     In 1989, Don reflected on his career in an autobiography.

After that, he managed the Rockies and Cubs.     

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Thursday, June 27, 2019

Thursday's show: Democrat debate # 1 plus Supreme Court opinions of the day & more stories

Democrat debate # 1 plus Supreme Court opinions of the day & more stories 06/27 by Silvio Canto Jr | Politics:

The Democrats debate # 1 was silly and not a word about legal immigration and the unborn.....Supreme Court and election districts plus the citizenship question in the census...........Interstate Highway 1956............and other stories......
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Thursday’s video: No concern for legal immigration or the unborn in debate # 1....




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Trump and the Judiciary

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My guess is that we will someday remember President Trump for many things, from the tweets to “fake news.”   His biggest contribution does not get a lot of tweets or news stories.  I’m talking about the judiciary as Senator Mike Braun just said:  
On the circuit court level, President Trump has appointed nearly one-third of the judges on the Fifth, Seventh, and Eighth Circuits. Additionally, the infamous liberal Ninth Circuit is slowly returning to sanity. President Trump has nominated enough judges that almost half of that court will faithfully interpret the Constitution.
In terms of district courts, the Senate has approved 82 district judges — including 29 since I’ve taken office. I’m incredibly proud to have supported the confirmation of fellow Hoosier Holly A. Brady from Fort Wayne to serve as a United States district judge for the Northern District of Indiana.
In a second term, President Trump will go further and fill more positions.
It’s a wonderful development for those of us who have been looking forward to a president who would carry out such a promise to put conservative names on the bench.
We will see Trump close the circle if, or when, he makes another appointment to the Supreme Court.
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Happy # 76 Rico Petrocelli


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Happy # 76 to Rico Petrocelli, one of the most popular players to wear the Red Sox uniform.  

Americo Peter Petrocelli was born in Brooklyn on this day in 1943.  He broke with Boston in 1963.  He quickly became a regular and played in the 1967 & 1975 World Series.   

He split his career between shortstop (774 games) and third base (727 games).   Rico moved to third when Luis Aparicio joined Boston in 1970.

Petrocelli was a big bat in the Boston lineup:  210 HR & 773 RBI over 13 years.

He hit 40 HR in 1969 and 97 HR over a 3 year span, 1969-71.

Enjoy your day Rico!



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1957: Pat Boone's "Love Letters In The Sand" was # 1 this week

In the late 1950's, Pat Boone was a very popular entertainer:   45 million records, 38 top-40 hits and 12 Hollywood films.   Who else but Elvis had success like that on the radio and the movie screens?

On this week in 1957, Pat Boone had the # 1 song in the US.  In fact, it spent 5 weeks at the top of charts.


"On a day like today
We passed the time away
Writing love letters in the sand

How you laughed when I cried
Each time I saw the tide
Take our love letters from the sand

You made a vow that you would ever be true
But somehow that vow meant nothing to you

Now my broken heart aches
With every wave that breaks
Over love letters in the sand

Now my broken heart aches
With every wave that breaks
Over love letters in the sand...."



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