Thursday, January 31, 2019

Thursday's show: The winter of 2019 and late term abortion laws with Frank Burke


The winter of 2019 and late term abortion laws with Frank Burke 01/31 by Silvio Canto Jr | Politics Podcasts:

Guest: Frank Burke, author, businessman & contributor to American Thinker........We will look at the winter of 2019 and the story from New York about late term abortion..........and other stories.......click to listen:




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Thursday's video: President Trump should use other money options to build the wall



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Democrats going ‘state’s rights’ on abortion

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For years, I’ve argued that states, or voters, should decide abortion.  In other words, my problem with Roe v Wade was that it took the decision away from voters!  
In recent weeks, we’ve seen a surge of “blue states,” such as New York, rushing to pass their own abortion laws,.
The latest is Rhode Island, according to news reports:  
Like her fellow nominally Catholic governor Andrew Cuomo, Rhode Island Gov. Gina Raimondo, who is also nominally Catholic, supports legislation making abortions legal up until the moment of birth.
The legislation, titled “The Reproductive Health Care Act, “ states that the state shall not “restrict an individual person from terminating that individual’s pregnancy after fetal viability when necessary to preserve the health or life of that individual…” 
The legislation asserts, “For purposes of this section, ‘fetal viability’ means that stage of gestation where the attending physician, taking into account the particular facts of the case, has determined that there is a reasonable likelihood of the fetus’ sustained survival outside of the womb with or without artificial support.”
The legislation repeals language in the state’s general laws saying that human life begins at conception. 
Virginia is lining up, as we hear.
Where do we go from here?   As I recall, Roe v Wade was about abortion in the first 12 weeks or so said the front page story on The New York Times back in 1973.
Are the new laws in New York or the ones contemplated in New Hampshire or Virginia in violation of  Roe v Wade?  Did anyone ever say that a woman has the right to an abortion at any time of her pregnancy?  Did Roe say that?
Furthermore, does Texas, or another state, now have the right to pass a law that restricts abortion after 12 weeks?
It’s a moral and legal mess.  Maybe it’s time for the Supreme Court to overturn Roe and let the states figure it out.  It appears that some are already doing that!
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Wednesday, January 30, 2019

Wednesday's show: Venezuela plus new state abortion laws & other stories


Venezuela plus new state abortion laws & other stories 01/30 by Silvio Canto Jr | Politics Podcasts:

We will take a look at Venezuela and the armed forces.....Democrats and new abortion laws......Midwest freeze wave and other stories....click to listen:



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Wednesday's video: Abortion and states’ rights?



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Does Maduro really have the armed forces?

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We hear that President Nicolas Maduro has the support of the armed forces.  But does he really? 
Remember the Kremlin back in 1991?  They ordered the armed forces to put down the Yeltsin movement but they didn’t.  In other words, soldiers were not willing to fight their own people to support a corrupt and unpopular regime.
I see the same thing happening down in Venezuela.
First, Maduro has not sent a task force to arrest Interim President Juan Guaido, as we see in news reports:  
More than 700 opponents of President Nicolas Maduro have been arrested during the latest push by Venezuela’s opposition to oust the socialist leader.
But there’s one anti-government activist security forces notably haven’t touched: Juan Guaido, the lawmaker who declared himself interim president in a direct challenge to Maduro’s rule.
So why not?  Why not deliver the knockout punch and put your opponent in jail?
I think that Maduro knows that such a move would provoke one of these three reactions, or all of them at once:
1) The armed forces will not arrest the man supported by the people in the streets;
2) Maduro is afraid that he will be arrested; and best of all,
3) It could bring about a military intervention or some kind of regional force made up of U.S. Marines, Brazilian troops and others.
Does Maduro really have the armed forces on his side?  He probably has the Cubans, but not much more.
Maduro needs to get out quickly —  or he will spend a long time chatting to a cellmate called Noriega in the U.S.
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How did Walter Johnson lose 279 games with a 2.17 career ERA?

A day ago, I posted about the first Hall of Fame class of 1936.   It included Walter Johnson, a well deserved choice and great right-hander.

Check out these awesome statistics:  417 wins, 2.17 career ER, 3509 Ks, 531 complete games and 110 shutouts.   


He also lost 279 games!


Johnson had a .599 winning pct.   In other words, he lost 40% of his games.  


How do you lose 40% of your games with a 2.17 career ERA?   He must have had a lot of 1-0 or 2-1 complete game losses.





A new book: "Marriage and Civilization: How Monogamy Made Us Human"


Like many of you, I catch Dennis Prager's radio show whenever possible.   

Some time ago, Dennis interviewed William Tucker, the author of "Marriage and civilization".   It was a great discussion about the importance of marriage through history.

I will go out and get the book:




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Tuesday, January 29, 2019

Tuesday's show: Democrats go left, New York abortion law & other stories


Democrats go left, New York abortion law & other stories 01/29 by Silvio Canto Jr | Politics Podcasts:

Guest: George Rodriguez, South Texas conservative and author........The Democrat Party going left and more to the left.....New York abortion law........Hispanics and abortion.........Kansas 1861........Peter Paul & Mary 1962......and other stories..........click to listen:



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Tuesday's video: New York’s outrageous abortion law



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Pope Francis: Excommunicate Governor Cuomo

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Pope Francis has just returned from a youth rally in Panama.  I’m glad to see the Pope there and it’s a great program to promote the faith among young people.  I have friends from our area who traveled to the event.
Let’s hope that Pope Francis has a very tough response to the new New York law on abortion. It is late term abortion and worse
I’m glad to see that the opposition is coming from many places, including Charlie Daniels:  
Music icon Charlie Daniels blasted New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo in a Saturday tweet, asserting that a new state law that legalizes abortion up until birth threatens to make the Empire State resemble an infamous Nazi concentration camp.
“Watch the wrinkles on Cuomo’s face lengthen as the ramifications of the thousands of murders he has sanctioned come to bear on him,” Daniels, 82, tweeted. “The NY legislature has created a new Auschiwitz dedicated to the execution of a whole segment of defenseless citizens. Satan is smiling.”
I don’t know if Satan is smiling but a lot of us are shocked with the law and the celebration that followed.
Painting the town pink to celebrate late term abortion?  Is this what Roe v Wade was supposed to be about?  
Pope Francis has been talking a lot about walls and climate change.  I would like for him to “excommunicate” Governor Cuomo and shame him for this outrageous law and the celebrations.
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Monday, January 28, 2019

Monday's show: Venezuela update plus a new abortion law in New York


Venezuela update plus a new abortion law in New York 01/28 by Silvio Canto Jr | Politics Podcasts:

We will take a look at Venezuela..........New York legislators and Governor Cuomo celebrate abortion....Senator Kamala Harris 2020......Jose Marti 1853-95......Vince Lombardi joined Packers 1959.......The Challenger 1986......Vietnam 1973.......and other stories.....click to listen:






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Monday's video: It’s time for the Venezuelan armed forces to drop Maduro



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Another Democrat talking about Medicare for all and free education

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What exactly is different about Kamala Harris?  What is she offering us that makes her stand out from the others singing the same tune?
My guess is that Democrats may run into the same problem that they did with Mrs. Clinton in 2020, as Michael Graham pointed out:   
Despite the fact that she’s been repeatedly referred to as “the female Obama,”  and that she formally announced her candidacy on Martin Luther King day, could it be that the most apt description of Democrat Sen. Kamala Harris in the 2020 POTUS race is… Hillary Rodham Clinton?
The comparison comes from the fact that the 54-year-old former California Attorney General appears to be running on a Clinton-esque combination of identity politics and moderate Democratic policy.
“The way Harris is likely to position herself on policy issues during the campaign — liberal as any candidate on noneconomic issues but not as liberal on economic issues as, say, Bernie Sanders — echoes Hillary Clinton’s platform in 2016,” writes Perry Bacon, Jr. at the FiveThirtyEight website.  
At the same time, Sen. Harris’s embrace of identity politics is unabashed and beyond dispute.
As I’ve said, 2020 is President Trump’s to lose.  Nevertheless, a candidate like Senator Harris does not add much to Mrs. Clinton’s 232 electoral votes.   
My point is that she will get every vote that went to Mrs. Clinton in 2016.  However, she needs a bit more if she wants to defeat President Trump.
Also, how will she perform under the microscope?  Has she ever debated anyone outside of California?   What about foreign policy?  What happens when she has to explain “Medicare for all”?    
What about her relationship with Willie Brown?  What Democrat will bring that up in the primaries?
Yes, Senator Harris will have everyone in the national media on her side.  So did Secretary Clinton — and we know what happened on election night!
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Sunday, January 27, 2019

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


The week in review with Bill Katz, the editor of Urgent Agenda 01/27 by Silvio Canto Jr | Politics Podcasts:

Guest: Bill Katz, the editor of Urgent Agenda..........The politics of the shutdown and border security turn again.........An independent running for president?........The Covington high school boys and hate from the left.......First Lady Melania Trump and fake news....Secretary Pompeo and Venezuela.......Who voted in Texas and wonder how many illegals voted in California?.......The Stone arrest and where is this investigation going?........Apollo I fire 1967.......Vietnam Peace Accords 1973...National Geographic Society 1888.....and other stories.........click to listen:



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Sunday's video: The 1973 Vietnam peace accords

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Sunday's video:   
The 1973 Vietnam peace accords



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Baseball the latest casualty of Venezuelan crisis

Image result for venezuela baseball imagesFor decades, the Caribbean Series was baseball at its most passionate level.
The series was played between the professional winter league champions from Cuba, the Dominican Republic, Venezuela, Puerto Rico, and Mexico.
Cuba dropped off in the 1960’s, and it was replaced by other countries.
My parents, and grandparents, told me lots of stories about these championships, from watching the games in Havana to catching them on the radio, and later TV in the 1950s.  It was like watching the Yankees and the Red Sox play a double-header every day for two weeks.
In recent years, big contracts have discouraged many major-leaguers from playing winter ball.  Nevertheless, the pressure on the local players is intense, from Minnie Minoso in pre-Castro Cuba to Ivan Rodriguez in recent years.
MLB has just advised its players to stay away from Venezuela, as we see in this report:
Major League Baseball is recommending in the “strongest terms” that players and staff not travel to Venezuela for the Caribbean Series, which is to start Feb. 2.
Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido declared he was temporarily assuming presidential powers in a bid to unseat Nicolas Maduro. 
President Donald Trump this week supported Guaido’s claim to power. 
Maduro called home all Venezuelan diplomats from the U.S. and closed its embassy in Washington.
MLB says in a statement Friday the commissioner’s office is “actively seeking advice on the political, legal, and safety implications of this still-developing situation, and we will inform clubs of any effects as soon as they become clear.”
MLB adds: “In the meantime, we advise club personnel in the strongest terms to immediately cease travel to Venezuela for any reason.”
MLB’s position is understandable.  Nevertheless, it’s sad to see this happen.
Once upon a time, I heard the expression that revolutions never happen during the baseball season.
Well, that was then, and this is now.  It looks as though baseball is taking a back seat to what we see in the streets of Venezuela.
Let’s hope that we can play ball next year.
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My uncle and stories of listening to Elvis at La Universidad de La Habana


By this time in 1956, my Uncle Jose (or Tio Pepe as we called him) was starting his career in Cuba.  

He graduated as an architect, practiced a bit in Cuba, married Tia Carmen and eventually ended up in Puerto Rico where he had a firm.  


He passed away in 2008 and she died in 2018.


Over the years, my uncle was a huge source of Cuban stories, specially the non-political ones.


Back in 1956, my uncle and his friends started listening to Elvis and rock.  He told me that Elvis was very popular along with Bill Haley, Chuck Berry and some of the others.


Elvis Presley's international career began on this day in 1956 with the release of "Heartbreak Hotel" on RCA Records. Elvis had recorded for Sam Phillips and Sun Records in 1954-55.


"Heartbreak Hotel" became his first # 1 on Billboard USA and introduced the world to the man we call the "King of rock".


The B-side "I was the one" got some airplay, too.


Elvis never made it to Cuba because of the events of 1959.


Wonder if he'd made a movie call "Fun in Varadero" or "Viva Havana" if things had turned out different?  My guess is yes!

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The story behind "Cubanos in Wisconsin"


"Cubanos in Wisconsin" was published this week in 2013.  It is a book that I wrote over the last couple of years.  Most of all, it is a family story:

"The book relates our family story, from our early innocent days in Cuba, to the moment that Castro came in, to the Bay of Pigs, Missile Crisis, the Kennedy assassination, and our decision to leave Cuba.


You will learn about our family, i.e. my parents, my brother, and our little sister. This is a family story, from the crazy things that boys do to the very serious issues that my parents faced to all of the nice people who helped us along the way."


Yesterday, I shared some of these ideas and thoughts on the radio.  Click here for the radio show:




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Saturday, January 26, 2019

Saturday's show: A look at the political scene with Barry Casselman, The Prairie Editor


A look at the political scene with Barry Casselman, The Prairie Editor 01/26 by Silvio Canto Jr | Politics Podcasts:

Guest: Barry Casselman, The Prairie Editor......We will look at the Trump administration in year 3, from domestic to foreign challenges......Democrats 2020 and other stories....click to listen:





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Saturday's video: President Trump put the ball back in the Democrats' court


Saturday's video:   
President Trump put the ball back in the Democrats' court



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How young Winston discovered Cuban cigars

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We remember Winston Churchill who passed away on this week in 1965.  He was 90.

Churchill was one of the great leaders of the 20th century and UK Prime Minister 1940-1945 and 1951-55.  

Churchill was also a great author and won the Nobel Prize in Literature for his six-volume history of World War II and for political speeches.

Churchill also loved Cuban cigars.  We know now that he met his first Cuban cigar during a visit to the island circa 1895.  My late father once told me that the Cuban embassy in London would often deliver Mr. Churchill a complimentary box of cigars.  Furthermore, those long cigars came to be known as "Churchill".

We remind you that Cuba was still a Spanish colony at the time, three years before the Spanish American War that paved the way to Cuban independence in 1902.

According to H.P. Klepak, author of "Churchill Comes of Age, Cuba 1895", the young Churchill spent 18 days in Cuba.  

He was there on loan from the British army to observe colonial Spain’s defense against independence fighters, as Klepak said in an interview
History previously recorded that Churchill saw combat in Cuba and discovered the siesta, which would later help him keep long hours as British prime minister during World War Two.
But Klepak, a former Canadian military officer, argues previous works overlooked how influential the Cuban venture was, including the months of maneuvering Churchill needed to land his assignment.   
With his Cuba experience he became a war correspondent, political analyst, strategist and liaison with a foreign army, all for the first time. His writings start to show legendary humor. He discovers rum and Cuban cigars’ breadth and quality.
Inspired by observations from local historian Lourdes Mendez, Klepak believes he became the first to scrutinize and cross-check the Cuban, British and Spanish archives, discovering for example that Churchill was fired upon by no less than Antonio Maceo and Maximo Gomez, two of Cuba’s greatest independence leaders.
“Very quickly when I looked at it from a historical perspective it was pretty obvious that this was an amazing story which for some reason had never been told,” Klepak said.
Neat story.  This is also a book that you may want to pick up when you need a break from Speaker Pelosi.  It is another chapter in the amazing life of one of the most important figures of the 20th century.

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Friday, January 25, 2019

Friday's show: The shutdown deal plus Venezuela-Cuba & other stories


The shutdown deal plus Venezuela-Cuba & other stories 01/25 by Silvio Canto Jr | Politics Podcasts:

We will review the latest on the shutdown.......Venezuela in crisis and the message to Cuba......Why all of those private jets in Davos?.......and other stories....click to listen:





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Friday's video: How much further to the left can the Democrats go?

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Friday's video: 
 How much further to the left can the Democrats go?



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‘Leaving on a jet plane’ to and from Davos

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They came, told us that climate change was a horrific threat, then flew home on their private jets.    
According to news reports, there were so many private jets that Peter, Paul & Mary’s “Leaving on a Jet Plane” became the unofficial theme song for the gathering:  
Despite global warming being one of the major issues discussed at Davos every year, some 1,500 private jets are expected this week at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, according to an estimate from Air Charter Service, up from 1,300 last year. 
“We have had bookings from as far as our operations in Hong Kong, India and the US,” Andy Christie, private jets director at ACS, said in a statement. 
“No other event has the same global appeal.” 
Okay — so the event has global appeal.   I can understand that.   Who wouldn’t want to go on a private jet to visit Davos?
I appreciate that everyone wants to be seen at Davos.   However, wouldn’t a little humility make all of them look less hypocritical?
They sit around and tell each other how the planet is going to pieces because you and I use fossil fuels.  
Here is an idea:  Why not rent a few 747’s and come in a group next time?  Hire some horse-drawn carriages and go around town that way.  Finally, turn off the heater and bring some extra blankets.
Not these guys.  They want everybody else to sacrifice, but not them.  They make our planet cleaner by talking seriously about it or calling for Trump’s impeachment.
Wonder if they had any “breakout sessions” to talk about the Paris Climate Accords and how few countries are living up to their commitments? 
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Smart move by Trump



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Memo to Maduro: Get over to the Spanish or Mexican embassy



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Thursday, January 24, 2019

Thursday's show: A chat with Leslie Eastman & Dawn Wildman


A chat with Leslie Eastman & Dawn Wildman 01/24 by Silvio Canto Jr | Politics Podcasts:

Guests: Leslie Eastman and Dawn Wildman......California conservative activists...We will discuss the politics of the shutdown......The State of the Union and other stories..........click to listen:






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Thursday's show: The latest from Venezuela


Thursday's show:   
The latest from Venezuela





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Beware Cuban dinosaurs

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A few years ago, our three sons were into the same dinosaur craze as all the other kids at the time.  One day over dinner, I asked # 2 son in 4th grade what happened to the dinosaurs.  He responded by saying that there were hit by meteors and disappeared from history.
Right or wrong, it seems to me that the dinosaurs in the Cuban Communist Party should look at the window because something is falling on their friend Nicolas Maduro in Venezuela.
According to news reports, things are not going Maduro’s way:    
Overnight, the smaller-scale protests that began on Monday began to spread, with a throng of demonstrators in Bolivar state setting alight a statue of Hugo Ch├ívez, the leftist firebrand who established Venezuela’s socialist state and anointed Maduro as his successor before dying of cancer in 2013.
Burning Chavez?   My guess is that Hugo is happy that he did not live to see the end.
So far, the Trump administration is playing this correctly.  They are publicly supporting the opposition and calling for honest elections in Venezuela.
VP Mike Pence just released a video supporting Juan Guiado, the leader of the legislature and de facto opposition leader.
The bad news is that there may be some bloodshed ahead.  Maduro’s gang will not leave gracefully because the Chavez’ regime has been “very good to their wallets” to paraphrase Chico Escuela.   
The good news is that the public is not afraid to go out and march anymore.  
Over in Cuba, they have to be watching all of this with concern.  Venezuela has been Cuba’s “oil sugar daddy” for years but can’t fill the regime’s tank anymore.
Did the meteors kill the dinosaurs?  I don’t know, but whatever is falling in Venezuela appears to signal the end of the corrupt Chavez-Maduro reign.
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Wednesday, January 23, 2019

Wednesday's show: The latest on the US-Cuba embargo with Jason Poblete

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The latest on the US-Cuba embargo with Jason Poblete 01/23 by Silvio Canto Jr | Politics Podcasts:

Guest: Jason Poblete, attorney.........we will discuss the latest in US-Cuba embargo and other trade issues and other stories............click to listen:

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