Thursday, November 30, 2017

Thursday's show: Honduras elections, GOP tax reform, Christmas decorations & other stories


We will look at the elections in Honduras......the GOP Senate and tax reform........the silly reaction to Mrs. Trump and The White House decorations...the sexual misconduct list grows with more men under fire.....we remember PM Winston Churchill and Dick Clark ('American Bandstand') born on this day..........plus other stories of the day...........

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Thursday's video: Real men respect women



From members of Congress to people in the media, it’s time for these men to resign from their positions of responsibility. Furthermore, members of Congress should be accountable for using public funds for personal settlements with women...

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The war on Melania over Christmas

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Over the last couple of days, First Lady Melania Trump has beautifully welcomed the Christmas season.  Cheers to the president and Mrs. Trump!
Unfortunately, some in the media don’t like it at all, as Debra Haine posted:
Did you know that those exquisite White House Christmas decorations First Lady Melania Trump proudly unveiled yesterday are “spooky,” “spine-chilling,” and “nightmarish” – like scenes from Mordor, Narnia, or The Shining?
It took most of the day yesterday, but by nightfall, the Trump-hating media was able to settle on an unfavorable narrative with which to belittle the newly unveiled decor.
Amazing!  What is the point of getting so worked up over a White House that just dressed up for Christmas?  Have we sunk to this level of silliness? 
According to a Pew study from 2015, Americans celebrate Christmas in huge numbers:
About nine-in-ten Americans (92%) and nearly all Christians (96%) say they celebrate Christmas, according to a 2013 Pew Research Center survey. 
This is no surprise, but what might be more unexpected is that a big majority (81%) of non-Christians in the U.S. also celebrate Christmas. 
This includes 87% of people with no religion and even about three-quarters of Asian-American Buddhists (76%) and Hindus (73%). 
Roughly a third of U.S. Jews (32%) – many of whom have non-Jewish spouses – said in a 2013 survey that they had a Christmas tree in their homes during the most recent holiday season. 
Among Americans overall, about half (51%) say they celebrate Christmas as more of a religious holiday, while roughly a third (32%) say it is more of a cultural holiday to them personally.
Sounds about right.  My own personal experience confirms that.
So are Americans worked up about the White House saying, “Merry Christmas”?  Not at all, unless you were hoping that First Gentleman Bill Clinton would introduce the Christmas decorations and bake cookies in 2017.
Or maybe there is Melania Derangement Syndrome in the water at some newsrooms in the U.S.
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A word about Lauer, Kieller, Rose, etc.



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Moore vs Jones in Alabama



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Rep. Joe Barton (R-Texas) will not run for re-election



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1 in 7 is a lot of Mexicanos!


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At current trends, the US will be one of the largest employers of Mexicans!     

According to recent reports, 10% of Mexico's population is now living in the United States.

About 15% of Mexico's labor force is working in the United States. 

One in every 7 Mexican workers migrates to the United States.

Mexico needs to find a way to keep its people home!






Idea for those under 40: Tell your parents that you saw them dancing on Dick Clark's American Bandstand






On this day in 1956, Dick Clark started his show in Philadelphia.    It went national in 1957.    And we all know the rest of the story!

Let me give anybody under 40 an idea for this weekend.

Tell your mother, or your grandmother, that you saw her dancing on Dick Clark's American Bandstand.  Tell her that you really liked those shoes, skirt & that hair! 





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Churchill and "The gathering storm"




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Wednesday, November 29, 2017

Wednesday's show: Matt Lauer, the Senate GOP & tax reform, Lecuona and a few other thoughts


We will look at the case of Matt Lauer of NBC, the latest media personality to get fired over sexual misconduct......the GOP Senate and tax reform........Ernesto Lecuona died in 1963....George Harrison died in 2001..........Henry Hyde 1924-2007......plus other stories of the day...........

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Wednesday's video: The big deal about Christmas and the White House



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Matt Lauer's case is a problem because of the hypocrisy



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U.S. 3rd quarter GDP grew at 3.3%



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Cokie, Nancy & John

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Over the weekend, Rep. Pelosi went on TV to talk about Rep. John Conyers. 
At the same time, Cokie Roberts of NPR made an amazing statement about the same Rep. Conyers.
Let’s review what Cokie Roberts said:    
Speaking on ABC’s “This Week,” Cokie Roberts made a startling admission: “every female in the press corps knew” to avoid being in an elevator with Rep. John Conyers (D-MI), and has apparently known about this “for years.” 
Conyers has been accused of multiple instances of sexual harassment and has stepped down from the House Judiciary Committee. 
Despite the allegations against him, major players in the Democratic Party have defended Conyers and will not say that he should resign. Pelosi even referred to the embattled congressman as an “icon.”  
This is what Rep. Pelosi said of Rep. Conyers:     
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi defended Rep. John Conyers as “an icon in our country” on Sunday, after noting he deserves “due process” as he faces allegations of sexual misconduct.
Wonder if Rep. Pelosi thinks that Judge Roy Moore in Alabama deserves a little due process, too?    
To be honest, my expectations of Rep. Pelosi are so low that anything is possible. In other words, she is a phony feminist who will stand by her man as long he supports abortion and the liberal agenda. No surprise that Rep. Pelosi said what she said.
I am a bit surprised about Cokie Roberts. I am surprised that she, and apparently other female members of the media, were afraid of getting into an elevator with the “Icon.”     
After all, Mrs. Roberts could have broken a huge story over the last few years about “the icon” and his women. It would have been helpful to expose this stuff, or at least that’s what these people always claim to be doing on their jobs.     
So will anone over at NPR call on Mrs. Roberts to resign for protecting a member of Congress? I hope that they do. It would have been good for the young female interns in the Congress to avoid an elevator trip with the “icon.”
Phony feminists both!
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Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Tuesday's show: The GOP Senate & Tax reform, Alabama plus more


We will look at the GOP Senate and tax reform.....where are the moderate Democrats?......the election in Alabama...has Moore turned the corner?....some Democrats vs the sisters again.....happy # 88 Berry Gordy, the Motown Man......happy # 59 Dave Rhigetti.......plus other stories of the day..........

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Nancy, Cokie & John



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Let’s go to war with the Sisters again

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On Monday morning, I drank a quick coffee and watched Professor Alan Dershowitz argue that Dems have to move center if they want to win!    
For the sake of centrist Democrats horrified at the state of their party, I hope that they are watching or listening to the liberal professor in California.
We learned a few days ago that some Democrats are after the Sisters again:  
The Little Sisters of the Poor are heading back to court to defend themselves against the Obama administration’s Health and Human Services mandate to provide contraception, yet again. 
In an unusual political move, Pennsylvania and California sued the Little Sisters, demanding the same group who won at the Supreme Court in Zubik v. Burwell provide contraceptives in their state. 
In early October, HHS issued a new rule that protects religious non-profits like the Little Sisters of the Poor from providing anything like contraception that would violate their religious beliefs. 
In a press release, Mark Rienzi, senior counsel at Becket and lead attorney for the Little Sisters of the Poor, said: “Sadly Josh Shapiro and Xavier Becerra [attorneys general in Pennsylvania and California, respectively] think attacking nuns is a way to score political points. These men may think their campaign donors want them to sue nuns, but our guess is most taxpayers disagree. No one needs nuns in order to get contraceptives, and no one needs these guys reigniting the last administration’s divisive and unnecessary culture war.”    
Crazy, and that’s all you can say!
As the article points out, there is a lot of political posturing here, with state attorneys general looking for some donations from Planned Parenthood or perhaps Hollywood.
Once upon a time, most reasonable people of whatever faith would have applauded a group of religious women taking care of the sick. After all, these sisters are taking care of people and often without insurance.   
The ladies are not a threat to anyone, unless you are in the pockets of Planned Parenthood and use these frivolous lawsuits to keep the donations coming.
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Monday, November 27, 2017

Monday's show: Transgenders and sports competitions with Thomas Monk


Guest: Thomas Monk, weight lifting enthusiast and follower of Olympic sports..........we will discuss transgenders in weight lifting competitions....and other stories.............

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Monday's video: A man lifting weights in the women’s team?



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Who exactly is signing up for ObamaCare?

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We hear about this surge in ObamaCare enrollments.   
The San Francisco Chronicle is even asserting that “the public embrace of the Affordable Care Act amounts to a stark rejection of administration and Republican policy”.   
Maybe we can call it something like the revenge of the AHA.   
The editorial spends a lot of time bashing Trump but it does not say anything about the economic state of the people signing up. In other words, are these AHA policyholders going to pay their own premiums or will they be subsidized in some fashion?    
We don’t know but the answer matters a lot. 
A week ago, the New York Times wrote another article about ObamaCare. It gave us a glimpse about the dilemma of the middle class, or the people who have to pay their own way. This is how they described the state of the AHA:    
The situation here in Charlottesville is an extreme example of a pattern that can be seen in other places around the country. 
The Affordable Care Act is working fairly well for people who receive subsidies in the form of tax credits, said Doug Gray, the executive director of the Virginia Association of Health Plans, which represents insurers. 
But for many others, especially many middle-class families, he said, “the premium is outrageous, and it’s unaffordable.”    
The New York Times is simply stating the case that I hear from friends and acquaintances. In other words, the people subsidized can get a policy whereas the people required to pay can’t afford it.
As I have seen, many people are simply avoiding signing up and hoping that they pay the fine or work out a pay arrangement with the hospital.   
Enrollment surge or not, the premiums are way too expensive.
And that’s the Affordable Health Care for you!
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"Anti-Trump MSNBC host Joy Reid thinks rural Americans are 'core threat' to democracy"



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"Interesting problem in chemistry: sweet wine often turn nice woman sour....."



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2008: There was a nice victory but no Obama landslide




We wrote about this a week ago. There was no Obama landslide. There was an Obama victory.

In other words, 52-47% is not a landslide.

Also, Obama spent $600 million. He had the media in the tank. Luckiest of all, he benefited from a last minute economic credit crash. 

Despite these amazing advantages, he got 52% of the vote.

Don't give me the landslide stuff! It did not happen!

"Looking over the new election map too, we see that even in Obama's America, the "flyover lands" are overwhelmingly steak-and-potato, pro-life. 
South Carolina, Nebraska, Montana, Alaska, Texas, Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee, Kentucky, West Virginia, Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Kansas, South Dakota, North Dakota, Arizona, Utah, Wyoming, and Idaho, still vote Republican in spite of the media's anti-conservative hostility, in an economic downturn."
Don't get me wrong. Indeed, Obama won and let's not kid ourselves. Our Republican brand needs a major tune up. However, this is still a center-right country.



Iran and the story of the scorpion



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Rick Moran relates an old story in WHAT IS THE NATURE OF THE IRANIAN REGIME?:
"The Tale of the Scorpion is an old Native American parable.
A scorpion was walking along the bank of a river, wondering how to get to the other side.

Suddenly, he saw a fox. He asked the fox to take him on his back across the river.
The fox said, “No. If I do that, you’ll sting me, and I’ll drown.”The scorpion assured him, “If I do that, we’ll both drown.”
The fox thought about it and finally agreed. So the scorpion climbed up on his back, and the fox began to swim.

But halfway across the river, the scorpion stung him.

As poison filled his veins, the fox turned to the scorpion and said, “Why did you do that? Now you’ll drown, too.”
“I couldn’t help it,” said the scorpion. “It’s my nature.”
Do we give these people the benefit of the doubt? In other words, do we believe that their nuclear power is for peaceful purposes?

Or do we take out their facilities at some future time?

Put me down as someone who thinks that Iran is the scorpion in Rick's great tale.

Again, I could be wrong. Frankly, it's too much of a chance to take.



Another reason to dislike Lopez-Obrador




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A few months ago, I overheard a Mexican friend say Sr. Lopez Obrador, who is the left's candidate for president in Mexico and known as AMLO south of the border, is planning to invite Cuban singer Silvio Rodriguez to one of his campaigns.

Of course, AMLO lost me with that move.  My guess is that he lost the Cuban-Americans in the US.



Congratulations to Prince Harry and Megan on their engagement.



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2009: Prince Harry went to Afghanistan rather than look for an excuse to get out!



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Back in 2009, we learned that Prince Harry was fighting in Afghanistan

For some time, we were told that the prince would not go to war because of the potential for a hostage situation.

Prince Harry was not afraid. He is not that kind of a young man!  He served in Afghanistan with his fellow UK soldiers. 

Thumbs up for the prince. 

Of course, let's hope that France and Germany hear about the prince's courage. 

Perhaps they will finally join the war on terror and send their young men to fight!



Baltimore vs police



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PC Madness of the day



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A man lifting weights as a girl?




Sunday, November 26, 2017

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


Guest: Bill Katz, the editor of Urgent Agenda...........what is happening with the Mueller investigation..........The GOP and the tax bill goes into full gear.........Baltimore 3 years after the shooting of Freddie Gray....Moore vs Jones in Alabama...........less babies in the UK and Europe in general.......Casablanca released in 1942......and other stories.............

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June 2008: Tim Russert's death was a shock!




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Back in June 2008, we were shocked to hear about Tim Russert's death.

For years, we had watched Tim Russert, host of "Meet the Press" conduct outstanding interviews on Sunday mornings.  

I loved his interviews. He was tough but fair.

We really miss him today, specially at NBC.  He was one of the best journalists in the country.

Tim Russert wrote a couple of books about fatherhood. He loved his dad (Big Russ) and his hometown of Buffalo:




I like NPR and PBS but.....


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NPR is one of my favorite radio networks.  I grew up listening to "Morning Edition" and live congressional hearings.  PBS does good TV work, such as "American Experience" and "News Hour".

However, it's time to take NPR and PBS to the market. It's time to end taxpayers' subsidies.

Years ago, PBS and NPR had a very special place in the American media landscape.  Today, it makes no sense. There are 200 stations in my cable system, including 3 CSPAN's, several local public service channels and lots of others.  Talk radio provides ample political coverage.

Small towns are served by cable systems, too.  Also, people have satellite dishes. PBS programming could easily be diverted into any of these channels.

According to a report I read years ago, "The News Hour" has millions of viewers. Therefore, it won't have any trouble finding a commercial network to pick up its broadcast. No one is going to give up millions of loyal viewers. ("The News Hour" is one of my daily habits)


Sorry Big Bird but the subsidy has to end!



Saturday, November 25, 2017

What Clinton winning strategy is Tobin talking about?


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We saw an article this week about the Democrats losing the winning Clinton ways!
This is Jonathan Tobin:
The timing for the conference in Little Rock, Ark., couldn’t have been worse. But apparently the participants didn’t notice.
Commemorating the 25 years since the 1992 presidential election may have seemed like a great idea when the geniuses at the Clinton Foundation began planning a big party for their boss. But the celebration held last weekend coincided with the epidemic of famous men accused of sexual harassment or assault, which reminded us of Bill Clinton’s equally horrible behavior.
But even before the #metoo movement began rewriting the history of the Clinton administration, Democrats were already done with them. Though the party is primarily focused these days on the “resistance,” Hillary’s willingness to blame everyone but herself for her loss as well as her whining about the result’s legitimacy is a gift to President Trump and an embarrassment to Democrats. 
Yet just when it seems that the Clintons have been transformed from the ultimate power couple on an inevitable path back to the White House into political pariahs, Democrats would be wrong to ignore how the 1992 and 1996 elections were won.
The Clintons may be toast but what the Democrats need now to prevail against Trump is exactly the kind of centrist appeal that propelled those wins and enabled the 42nd president’s ability to govern effectively without being in thrall to his party’s left wing.
Frankly, I remember a different story about the Clintons.
Yes, I agree that President Clinton won in 1992 and 1996, and winning is winning.
At the same time, he benefited from two things that had nothing to do with his so-called “centrist appeal.”
First, Ross Perot in 1992 killed President Bush.  Yes, President Bush was a bad campaigner, but he would have won most of the Perot voters in a two-way race.
Second, the good economy of 1996, and the second term, had a lot to do with his approvals.
Despite his centrist appeal and a strong economy, President Bush never won the Senate or House back.  Also, and this is huge, President Clinton could not deliver Arkansas’s five electoral votes to V.P. Gore.  Governor Bush would still be Governor Bush of Texas if Arkansas had gone blue that election night.
I agree with Mr. Tobin that the Democrats have to appeal to people between the coasts.  But the appeal means calling pro-life and pro-marriage voters back.  And the party must convince Americans that they care more about saving their jobs than sanctuary cities.
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Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Wednesday's show: Trump & Alabama, JFK 1963, Bush Iraq 2003 & more



We will look at the election in Alabama...has Moore turned the corner? The media now under fire for sexual misconduct......the hypocrisy overflows.......President Bush in Iraq 2003......the father of the young man released from China is just a publicity seeker.......JFK Dallas 1963.........plus other stories of the day............

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A year later, and the jeep is probably still in the shop

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Fidel Castro died a year ago. It was not a shock because there were serious rumors about his health all the time. Almost weekly there was a flash out of Miami that the old man had died.

During his funeral, a military vehicle (some sort of Soviet Jeep) took his remains to their final resting place.    

Then the jeep broke down and several soldiers had to push it.   
The “malfunctioning jeep” photo was so amazing that I had to triple check it to believe it.

And so Raul Castro was left all alone in power with a country that resembled that broken down jeep!

My friend Carlos Alberto Montaner, one of the best Cuban analysts around, looks ahead to Raul Castro’s Cuba and some of the challenges ahead:   

Raúl is president because that’s what Fidel decided. 
He may have seemed a mediocre person to Fidel, without savvy and without charisma, but he was absolutely loyal, a virtue that paranoid people value far above all the others, so Fidel fabricated a biography for him to turn him into his shield bearer. 
He dragged him into the revolution. Made him commander. Made him defense minister. Made him vice president, and finally bequeathed to him the power, initiating the Castro dynasty.
Since then, Raúl has governed with his familial retinue. 
With his daughter Mariela, a restless and plain-speaking sexologist. 
With his son, Col. Alejandro Castro Espín, educated in the KGB’s intelligence schools. 
With his grandson and bodyguard Raúl Guillermo Rodríguez Castro, son of Deborah. 
With his son-in-law or former son-in-law (nobody knows if he’s still married to Deborah or if they divorced), Gen. Luis Alberto Rodríguez López-Calleja, head of GAESA, the main holding of the Cuban chiefs of staff.
Those are the people who govern with Raúl, but they have three very serious problems. 
The most important is that very few believers in the system remain in Cuba. Sixty years of disaster are too many to stay faithful to that folly. Raúl himself lost his confidence in the system in the 1980s, when he sent many army officers to European centers to learn management and marketing techniques.

Raul himself promised to leave in 2018 and has designated First Vice President Miguel Díaz Canel to formally take over.  However, don’t bet on that because an internal struggle is coming.

The first problem, as Carlos points out and everyone who goes to Cuba confirms, is that nobody believes in communism anymore in Cuba.  Everyone sees the failure, but a lot of people did not want to admit it when Fidel was around and probably fear saying it during Raul’s tenure.  As I heard a Cuban say, the only people who believe in communism in Cuba are the ones who are paid to read the news.

The second problem is that the post-Castro leaders will realize that there is no money, nor anyone willing to lend them any.  Yes, the Russians will help with debt structure but that’s in exchange for reopening an intelligence base near Havana. As for China, they want minerals or other resources and that’s the extent of their interest.

So I agree with Carlos that the new leadership faces two bad options:   

1) a true political opening or multiparty elections that will dismantle the system in hopefully peaceful fashion; or;

2) holding on to a failed system that everybody knows does not work and may threaten the power structure.    

The first option will bring the U.S. into the game and end the embargo. It will also encourage Cuban-Americans like me to play a part in reconstructing the country that the Castros wrecked. The second option is unsustainable because even the Russians and Chinese are not about to bail out Cuba.

It was customary for many of our parents to close their eyes around the Christmas dinner table and say something like “next year in Cuba”. I feel that 2018 may just be that year!

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