Wednesday, September 30, 2015

The Bill Clinton-Raul Castro handshake is hard to watch

(My new American Thinker post)



Former President Clinton and Cuban dictator Raul Castro had a friendly handshake at the UN. To be fair, these handshakes are part of the phoniness of this UN week when all of the world's leaders drop in for their big speech. Nevertheless, the Clinton-Castro love fest took many of us back to that day in 1996 when CNN reported this:



Two small planes operated by a Cuban-American group were shot down by Cuban fighters over the waters north of Havana and the four people on board were missing, President Clinton and the U.S. Coast Guard said Saturday.


Clinton said he had been briefed on "the shooting down Saturday in broad daylight of two American civilian airplanes by Cuban military aircraft."



"I condemn this action in the strongest possible terms," Clinton told reporters in Seattle, Washington.



The two planes with four people on board were twin-engine Cessna aircraft operated by the group "Brothers to the Rescue," a Miami-based group of Cuban exiles funded by private donations. The group has flown hundreds of missions to spot Cuban rafters attempting to flee their island nations.



Group founder Jose Basulto was on a third plane that escaped the gunfire and returned to Miami.



Basulto said all three planes had radioed Cuban air traffic controllers to identify themselves and report their intentions to search international waters for Cuban refugees who may be on rafts.


An act of war? I would say that shooting innocent citizens over international waters is pretty close to an act of war.  



President Clinton announced new sanctions against Cuba, again as reported by CNN:



In addition to pursuing international sanctions, Clinton pledged Monday to work with Congress to pass the so-called Helms-Burton legislation which would tighten the existing U.S. embargo against Cuba.



The president said he would ask Congress to permit him to use some of the approximately $100 million in frozen Cuban assets in the U.S. to compensate the families of the four missing Cuban-American pilots and crew members.



Clinton also announced additional punitive measures, among them:


  • tighter restrictions on the movement of Cuban officials in the United States;
  • efforts to increase funding to help the U.S. government's Radio Marti overcome Cuba's jamming of its broadcasts;
  • suspension of all commercial charter flights between the U.S. and Cuba

It's hard for me to watch that handshake at the UN without asking two big questions:



1) How desperate is Bill Clinton for contributions to the Foundation? Will Raul Castro be the new despot to put money in the Clinton machine?



2) Will anyone in the Cuban government ever be held accountable for the shooting of these 4 individuals?  



Last, but not least, let's remember that the U.S. wanted to indict Raul Castro for his "Cocaine connection" back in 1993. It had to do with Raul Castro letting cartels use Cuban airways to move cocacine into the U.S.



That was then and this is now. And frankly now makes no sense!



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Some thoughts on the Pope in Cuba & US plus Raul Castro at the UN


Guest: Jorge Ponce, Cuban American writer and contributor to Babalu Blog, joins me for a look at Pope Francis' visit to the US..........overall I was satisfied because he stayed away from politics and focused on the message of the church......Raul Castro was also in the UN for the annual meeting......he shook hands with President Clinton who must be desperately looking for some new contributions to the Foundation.......wonder how the families of the "Brothers to the Rescue" feel about the handshake?     

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Tuesday, September 29, 2015

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


Guest:  Bill Katz, the editor of Urgent Agenda......we will look at Speaker Boehner's resignation.....who is the next Speaker?    the GOP contest for president.......President Obama meets President Putin at the UN.........it appears that Russia will be more involved in the Middle East..................VP Biden looks more and more like a candidate......Pope Francis before Congress and UN......Iran nuclear deal.........the President of China is in the US......we remember Yogi Berra......and other stories of the week....

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Monday, September 28, 2015

How did we go from the Kennedy-Nixon debates to this?

(My new American Thinker post)

Here is a little project. Go to the internet and watch the Kennedy-Nixon debates of 1960.  You may be shocked to discover how seriously we used to treat our politics, especially the journalists.

The first Kennedy-Nixon debate took place on September 26, 1960.  We learned later that radio listeners thought that Nixon had won but TV viewers gave Kennedy the edge.  The election was settled by 114,000 votes out of 76 million, so I'm not sure how much of an impact the debates actually had.

Watching the video of these debates today did have an impact on me.  It took me to a time when our politicians – and journalists – had a greater level of civility and seriousness than they do today.

For example, the media did not ask these questions:  

Senator Kennedy, VP Nixon said this about you.  Can you respond, please?  

VP Nixon, Senator Kennedy said this in a speech in 1955.  What do you think of something he said 5 years ago?   

On the contrary, the questions were very serious and showed tremendous respect for the millions tuning in.  Everyone on the stage, and in subsequent debates, made us proud of American democracy.

Our debates today are too much entertainment and not enough substance.  Frankly, that's how I felt about the CNN debate that just happened.

Check out the 1960 debate.  You will have the same reaction that I did.  How did such a serious nation get so unserious?

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The GOP in California with Patricia Dickson........plus......the president of China in the US

Guests:   We will hear from Patricia Dickson.....she recently attended the GOP convention in California and has some ideas about the state of the party.............In Segment 2, we will hear from Barry Jacobsen about the president of China in the US......there are many issues on the table, from climate change to military activism y the Chinese Navy.....and other stories of the week....


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Sunday, September 27, 2015

The pope and the ObamaCare nuns

(My new American Thinker post)

The pope's speech before Congress had few if any specifics.   In retrospect, the pope's approach was correct.   In other words, we don't need a pope getting in the middle of politics.  I'm grateful that he took this thoughtful approach.
The pope did make a political statement, although most of the media missed it. The pope met with the sisters in a fight with the Obama administration over Obama Care. This is from The Washington Post:
Pope Francis met with the Little Sisters of the Poor — nuns who have been in a long battle over a contraception mandate part of Obamacare — at their home across the street from Catholic University after he celebrated Mass on Wednesday. The pope’s visit to the Little Sisters was a sign of support for them in their legal battle, Rev. Federico Lombardi, a Vatican spokesman, told reporters.
The Little Sisters of the Poor, which operates homes for the elderly in cities across the country, has been in a battle with the Obama administration over the law’s requirement that they allow their insurers to offer free contraception coverage to employees.
The Becket Fund senior counsel Mark Rienzi, lead attorney for the Little Sisters, who spoke with one of the nuns after the meeting, said the pope was at their home for about 15 minutes and shook hands and spoke with each one of them in their chapel.
The pope visited the White House on Wednesday morning calling for strong protections for religious liberty. During his meeting with the sisters, Francis told them how important their ministry is and how ministry to the elderly is often overlooked, Rienzi said.
The nun he spoke with said she did not hear the pope bring up the lawsuit during his brief visit.
The pope did not have to bring up the lawsuit.   The Pope's decision to meet with these nuns speaks for itself.   It was not an accident.  He could have met with lots of other religious men or women.  The pope's visit was a clear sign that the Vatican is not happy with ObamaCare, and more importantly, the attack on religious liberty.
The media has not covered this visit to the nuns as much as other issues.  Yet, this meeting with the nuns is the closest that Pope Francis came to making a political statement in the US.


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Saturday, September 26, 2015

55, and I am not talking about the speed limit

(My new American Thinker post)

Speaker Boehner is out, and most conservatives are apparently happy.  
I have mixed feelings, since I think that the problem is a bit more complicated than changing speakers.
I agree that Speaker Boehner could have been more aggressive, especially on Obamacare.  After all, doesn't the House hold the purse strings?
Nevertheless, most bills are tied up in the U.S. Senate or the filibuster.  The House has passed bill after bill repealing Obamacare, but they go nowhere in the Senate.  The late-term abortion bill did not get 60 votes.  The Iran deal got 58, or two short of the magic number.
How can you govern if every bill requires 60%?  Shouldn't elections have some consequences?
Who will replace Speaker Boehner?  I agree with Leon H. Wolf that replacing Boehner with McCarthy will do little.
The answer is for the Senate GOP leadership to take a look at the filibuster rule.  I'm not suggesting that we go 51, but maybe 55 is a more reasonable number.
Good luck to Speaker Boehner.  I just hope that his critics realize that the 60-vote rule is the reason that nothing happens in Washington, D.C.
Fifty-five is not a simple majority, but it will force U.S. Senators to vote more often than they do now.  We've had one president get more than 55% in 31 years, or President Reagan in 1984.  Generally, 55 requires the majority to get some senators from the other party.
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Speaker Boehner, Pope Francis in the US and the filibuster rule


Guest:   Frank Burke, author, businessman and contributor to American Thinker.......We will look at Speaker Boehner's resignation.....who is the next Speaker?    the GOP contest...who is the next one to drop out?  Pope Francis before Congress and UN......the President of China is in the US......the filibuster rule needs to be reviewed.....or 55 rather than 60 so that we force more votes in the US Senate.....and other stories of the week...........

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Friday, September 25, 2015

The Pope should give a climate change speech in China

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Pope Francis spoke before Congress.   I heard it on the radio and did not hear anything explosive.   He did talk about refugees and immigration but he was careful not to step on anyone's shoes.    Same on abortion and marriage.  It was a vanilla speech and very difficult to understand because of the Pope's thick accent.



My suggestion is that Pope Francis should take his climate change message to China because that's where the problem is, as reported by BBC a couple of months ago:
China - the world's largest emitter of greenhouse gases - has announced details of its climate action plan.
The office of Premier Li Keqiang said that emissions "will peak by around 2030" and China would work hard to achieve the target even earlier.

The Pope should also travel to India and give a similar speech.   India is 3rd on the list!   The US is # 2.

My point is that too much of the climate change criticism is directed at the US.   Even American environmentalists do not challenge China or India.  

I will give Pope Francis the benefit of the doubt on intentions.   I'm sure that he means well.   However, you can't fix this problem without involving other countries or discussing the real world consequences, as Senator Rubio said in the last debate:

“Here’s the bottom line,” Rubio answered. “Every proposal they put forward will make it harder to do business in America. Harder to create jobs in America.Single parents are already struggling across this country to provide for their families.Maybe a billionaire here in California can afford an increase in their utility rates, but a working family in Tampa, Florida or anywhere across the country cannot afford it.”


That's correct.   No one has discussed or analyzed how all of these ideas will impact the middle or lower middle classes.   

How are people going to cool or warm up their homes?   

What are they going to put in their cars or the trucks that move commerce?  

What is the jobs impact of all of this?

And the US is not a planet.   We can only do so much anyway.   This is a global problem but you wouldn't believe it by the criticisms always directed at the US.


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The California GOP plus the President of China comes to the US


Guests:   We will hear from Patricia Dickson.....she recently attended the GOP convention in California and has some ideas about the state of the party.............In Segment 2, we will hear from Barry Jacobsen about the president of China in the US......there are many issues on the table, from climate change to military activism y the Chinese Navy.....and other stories of the week.................Click to listen:


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Thursday, September 24, 2015

The Pope in Cuba plus US-Latin America stories of the week


Guests:   Fausta Rodriguez Wertz, editor of Fausta's Blog, and Fernando Hernandez, author of "The Cubans" will join us for a look at Pope Francis in Cuba.....reactions in the Latin America media............the bad economy in Brazil........an earthquake in Chile.........the ongoing border crisis between Venezuela and Colombia......the continuing story of the 43 missing students in Mexico.......El Chapo is still missing........a column by Andres Oppenheimer and Latin America disenchantment..........and other stories of the week.......

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Wednesday, September 23, 2015

More evidence of the poisonous effect of Roe v. Wade

(My new American Thinker post)


Back in 2005, David Brooks wrote this about Roe v. Wade and the Alito confirmation for the Supreme Court:

Justice Harry Blackmun did more inadvertent damage to our democracy than any other 20th-century American. When he and his Supreme Court colleagues issued the Roe v. Wade decision, they set off a cycle of political viciousness and counter-viciousness that has poisoned public life ever since, and now threatens to destroy the Senate as we know it.When Blackmun wrote the Roe decision, it took the abortion issue out of the legislatures and put it into the courts. If it had remained in the legislatures, we would have seen a series of state-by-state compromises reflecting the views of the centrist majority that's always existed on this issue. These legislative compromises wouldn't have pleased everyone, but would have been regarded as legitimate.
Instead, Blackmun and his concurring colleagues invented a right to abortion, and imposed a solution more extreme than the policies of just about any other comparable nation.
Religious conservatives became alienated from their own government, feeling that their democratic rights had been usurped by robed elitists. Liberals lost touch with working-class Americans because they never had to have a conversation about values with those voters; they could just rely on the courts to impose their views. The parties polarized as they each became dominated by absolutist activists.






Check out the U.S. Senate today and you will see what Mr. Brooks was talking about.

We can't even get 60 votes in the U.S. Senate to have a vote on late-term abortion, a practice that most Americans reject, according to a very recent poll:

Americans strongly support legislation that would ban late-term abortions and protect babies who are capable of feeling intense pain during an abortion. 
So why can't we have a vote on a law that restricts late-term abortions but keeps abortion in place?  The answer is Roe v. Wadeand the poisonous political landscape that it created.  Frankly, Roe v. Wade has become like a religion for the left, even when the law being discussed in Congress does not stop a woman from a having an abortion – only a late-term abortion.  

We will go through the same charade with Planned Parenthood, another sacred cow of the left.

I ask you this: would we be going through all of this if the Supreme Court had let voters and state legislatures decide the issue of abortion in 1973?  The answer is no.  In fact, I argue that voters would have come up with a far more workable solution – probably one that allowed abortion in most states but did not permit late-term abortion.

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Let's chat with Israel Ortega about Hispanics & 2016


Guest:  Israel Ortega, OpportunityLives.com, joins me for a discussion of the political scene and the role of Hispanics in 2016?  What opportunities does the GOP have to attract Hispanic voters in light of the failures of the Obama administration....we will discuss how the stagnant economy is impacting Hispanics......what about immigration reform?......trade and Hispanic........and other stories of the week.......click to listen:


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Tuesday, September 22, 2015

El Papa's week: Trans gender activists Yes, Cuban dissidents No

(My new American Thinker post)


There were more arrests in Cuba in the last 24 hours:
Cuban authorities prevented leading dissidents from meeting Pope Francis in Havana on Sunday, in a sign of the Communist regime’s rigid intolerance of political opposition.Two well-known dissidents, Marta Beatriz Roque and Miriam Leiva, had been invited by the Vatican to attend a vespers service led by the Pope’s in Havana’s historic baroque cathedral.But they said they were detained by security agents and barred from attending the event."They told me that I didn't have a credential and that I couldn't go to the Pope’s event that was taking place there in the plaza of the Cathedral," Ms Roque said.She said that she and Ms Leiva had also been invited by the Vatican to meet Pope Francis at the residence of the Holy See’s ambassador to Cuba shortly after the pontiff's arrival on Saturday, but that they were detained on that occasion as well.The head of an opposition group called the Ladies in White said that 22 of the 24 members of the group who had hoped to attend a Mass celebrated by the Pope were prevented from doing so by Cuban security officials.There had been intense speculation about whether the Pope would risk incurring the displeasure of his host, President Raul Castro, by meeting political opponents of the Communist regime.
I guess that the Pope does not want to make the Castro brothers angry. Maybe Pope Francis does not want the brothers to retaliate and make life more difficult for Cuban priests.

At the same time, the Vatican is okay, or at least tolerant, with the welcoming committee that President Obama has prepared for him: 

b)  the first openly gay Episcopal bishop, Bishop Gene Robinson;  and, 
c)  Sister Simone Campbell, an activist nun who leads a group criticized by the Vatican for its silence on abortion and euthanasia. 

This is an outrage and I'm not talking about the guests' lifestyle.   

It's an outrage for Pope Francis to go to Cuba and the U.S. and greet 3 activists who despise the Catholic Church's teachings but will not meet with ladies who go to mass every Sunday and pray constantly for the release of their sons and husbands, political prisoners in the island.

Sorry, but it makes no sense. I continue to be very disappointed with Pope Francis, a good man who is either too weak to stand up to despots or does not appreciate how much he's offending Cubans like me when he does a mass with a picture of Che in the background.

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The week in review: A look at the GOP debate and other thoughts


Guest:  Bill Katz, the editor of Urgent Agenda.............we will look at the CNN debate and its impact on the 2016 election..........how did CNN handle the debate?   does it make sense to pick fights between candidates?   the Iran nuclear deal........Syria and Russia.....the Clinton emails story and more talk of VP Biden jumping in.......

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Monday, September 21, 2015

Pope Francis in Cuba and a few other thoughts about US-Cuba relations


Guests:   Jorge Ponce, Cuban American writer and contributor to Babalu Blog............we will look at Pope Francis' visit to Cuba......not meeting with dissidents........................and other stories of the week.......

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Sunday, September 20, 2015

Obama: This is for you Mr Papa

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Why is anyone surprised?   President Obama will welcome Pope Francis with a rather interesting receiving line:    an activist of the transgender movement, a gay Episcopal bishop, and a nun at odds with the church’s position on abortion and euthanasia.
Just curious:  how can that nun still be a nun?   Where is Mother Superior when we really need her?
As my mother said this morning of President Obama’s invitations:    Coño!
On one hand, this is utterly disrespectful and in your face.    It’s childish, too.
On the other hand, it really shows where Obama’s heart is.     My friend Ed Morrissey wrote this:
“When the Saudis visited the White House this month, did Obama invite women’s-rights activists to dinner with them? Did Obama invite Ayaan Hirsi Ali to discuss the need for reform in Islam? No? Which entity has more need for openness, inclusiveness, and tolerance?”
We know what side Obama is on.   He is certainly not on the side of respecting other religions or our Judeo Christian heritage.

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Drop the media, and other thoughts about what they call a debate

(My new American Thinker post)


Mark me as undecided still.  I'm still looking at these candidates and trying to figure out two things:  


1) Who can win?  We need someone who can get 50.1% of the vote, 270 electoral votes, or better, both, as we learned in 2000. 


2) Who can govern?  Who can get 60 votes in the U.S. Senate to make anything happen?  There are going to be a lot of frustrated conservatives if we can't find a candidate who can hit 60, and I'm not talking home runs.  Can you say Iran deal or defunding Planned Parenthood?


In other words, Mr. Trump cannot build the fence or deport 11 million people without 60 votes.  That's the big difference between running Trump Inc. and the country!


This is why I'm so frustrated with these so-called debates.  The latest one was "he said, she said" for much of the night.  We are not really focusing on who can win or govern.


And then several candidates were never called on.  Why have 11 people if only 6 will get any air time?  Why not divide them into 3 groups based on polls?  The top 6, the middle 6, and everybody else!


At this stage of the campaign, the American people should hear from all of them, not just the ones who are up in the polls.    


So here is my idea for the next debate: let voters call in questions.  We have all of the technology to make this happen.  


My guess is that the questions will focus more on issues rather than "he said, she said."


As for the debate itself, let me say that Chris Christie had a great night.    Unlike Mrs. Fiorina, a wonderful lady from the business world who has never won an election, Governor Christie has won two in a blue state. 

I agree with my friend Barry Casselman:
Chris Christie, whose poll numbers have declined over the past year, made a significant comeback employing his considerable natural communication skills, self-effacement and his command of the issues. Like Mrs. Fiorina, he effectively criticized Mrs. Clinton, and avoided petty questions and tactics.

I am not endorsing Governor Christie.  However, he does have two important qualities.  He can speak and make his case.  He won two elections in a blue state, the other guy's home field.  And he does not walk away from tough issues.


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