Wednesday, September 30, 2020

A look back at debate # 1 and what happens next

A look back at debate # 1 and what happens next 09/30 by Silvio Canto Jr | Politics:

A look back at debate # 1......Trump by points but he needs to get sharper.....Biden had some good moments but he can not continue to evade questions........Babe Ruth # 60 in 1927 and other stories.....click to listen:

Wednesday’s video: A reaction to the debate





Corruption is once again the talk of Mexico


Mexico's president vows to tackle violence, corruption

A few days ago, I was talking with a Mexican friend about COVID in Mexico.  I was trying to find out more information about the cases and deaths in Mexico.  He could not answer the question, and it wasn't because he did not want to.  He just didn't know, and I can understand that, because no one else really does.   He did say corruption is the reason why doctors treating COVID-19 patients do not have better protective gear.

Corruption is a way of life south of the border, and most people are now realizing that it does more harm than good.  It may get you a birth certificate quickly, but it poisons the bureaucracy.

Ioan Grillo, author and journalist, wrote this truth in the New York Times
Corruption tears at the soul of Mexico, and many here see it as one of the country's leading problems. It's the reason killer cartels flourish, roads have potholes, and doctors treating Covid-19 don't have better protective gear. It also pervades everyday life, with bribes functioning as the grease that keeps the system moving, and in this way it makes a large part of the country complicit. Bureaucrats get cash tips for issuing birth certificates for example, and police pocket cash for turning a blind eye to motorists running red lights. The "angels" at the bottom take bribes, too.
But when the "gods" at the top are rotten it has the most devastating consequences.
Yes, it does.  Let me share a simple example.  During my time in Mexico, I was the passenger, and a colleague was driving to a business meeting.  We were stopped by a policeman.  It was a stupid reason, something like the brake light was not working.

The policeman was apologetic but started writing the ticket.  My friend laughed and offered money.  He looked at the peso bill and said it was not enough.  My friend screamed.  The policeman said he had to pass some of the bribe up the chain.

We increased the bribe and moved on.  As we drove away, my friend said this is like a "pyramid" and everything that's wrong.

President Andrés López-Obrador promised to clean house — his version of draining the swamp.  Can he do it?  Many people are still hoping he can, but the clock is ticking.

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Happy # 77 to Marilyn McCoo

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Happy birthday Marilyn McCoo, a neat lady who was born in New Jersey on this day in 1943.

Do you remember 'One less bell to answer", "Last night I didn't get to sleep at all" and other great songs by The Fifth Dimension?   

It was Marilyn McCoo as the lead female vocal in some many of the group's hits!   

In the 1970's, Marilyn and her husband Billy Davis Jr had several hits.   In the 1980s, she hosted "Solid Gold" on TV.

Beautiful lady with a beautiful voice!



1972: Clemente and # 3,000


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The great Roberto Clemente got # 3,000 on this day in 1972.   It turned out to be his last major league hit and at-bat because he died in a plane crash 3 months later.  

I recall reading about # 3,000 the next day in the sports pages.  
Sadly, I recall hearing about that plane crash too.  It was a shock!

September 30, 1927: Babe Ruth hit # 60!




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Today, we remember that Babe Ruth hit # 60 in 1927.

Ruth was arguably the greatest professional athlete of the 20th century. He saved baseball in the 1920's after the White Sox World Series scandal. It was Ruth and his majestic home runs that put people back in the seats.

Ruth set the all time record home run record, a mark that stood until Aaron passed him in 1974.   We remember # 60 in 1927!

1958: "The Rifleman" made its US TV debut

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Chuck Connors used to play baseball.    In fact, he played with the Dodgers and Cubs in 1949-51.   Connors, who was 6'5 and 190 lbs, never hit much:  .238 in 67 major league games!

On this day in 1958, "The Rifleman" made its debut on US TV and an entire generation of boys like me grew up watching it.   Even now, I catch episodes on Saturday mornings over at AMC.


The show's message was simple:  right and wrong, a widowed father who was a good role model and a cast of characters that we enjoyed every week.


Tuesday, September 29, 2020

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

The week in review with Bill Katz the editor of Urgent Agenda 09/29 by Silvio Canto Jr | Politics:

Guest: Bill Katz, the editor of Urgent Agenda......And the Trump vs Biden debate is finally here...a new Supreme Court confirmation coming up..NY Times and Trump taxes..
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Tuesday's video: The Freedom Flights





Remember when 300,000 Cubans came legally to the US?

This month in 1965, the Castro regime announced that Cubans were free to leave the island. It happened about a year after our family and many others had left Cuba via Mexico or Spain.  The problem is that Miami-Havana flights were canceled after the Cuban Missile Crisis of 1962.  So we had to opt for the more complicated and costly trip to Mexico or Madrid.  Also, the flights to Mexico City or Madrid were less frequent.  As I recall, the flights to Spain were weekly and maybe twice a week to Mexico.
Once the Miami-Havana flights were restarted,  “the Freedom Flights” or "Vuelos de libertad" began. Between 1965 and 1975, ten flights a week brought approximately 300,000 Cubans to the U.S.  
Why did Castro do it? Some say that Castro got rid of many opponents and that’s true. More importantly, it was a “brain drain” and many hard working and talented people left Cuba.   Also, the refugees generally came as families and were generally received by their relatives in Miami.
Last but not least, it changed Miami from a sleepy winter resort to a vibrant city that became the capital of Latin America.
And best of all, it was done legally and orderly.   
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"My Three Sons" made its debut this week in 1960



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What can I say?   I used to love this show not realizing that I would have 3 sons someday.

The original series was about widower Steve Douglas raising  three sons with the help of the one and only Uncle Charlie.   


The show ran until 1972.   The family expanded when Douglas remarried and new characters came into the story.


By the way, McMurray died in 1991.  He had a long film career  before this show.     Don Grady, who played Robbie, died in 2012.     William Demarest, who played Uncle Charlie and served in World War I, died in 1983.    The other two sons are still living.


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Happy # 71 to Steve Busby

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Happy birthday Steve Busby who was born in Burbank, CA, on this day in 1949.


Some of us are old enough to remember Steve Busby the pitcher not just the man who called Rangers' games on TV and radio.  


Steve played at USC.    He broke with the Royals in 1972 pitching a complete game against Minnesota.  


In the early 1970's, or before injuries cut short his career, Busby seemed like a man headed for the Hall of Fame:   54 wins over first three full seasons along with 45 complete games and 2 no-hitters before he was 24!


In fact, Sporting News had him on the cover:  "Unlimited future"!


After baseball, Steve became an excellent radio and TV play by play analyst.






1963: "My favorite Martian" made its US TV debut


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Yes, it was a silly but very funny show.

"My favorite Martian" landed on TV on this day in 1963.   It was the story of a Martian who ended up in Los Angeles by mistake.    


Like so much of TV in the 1960's, it was simple, funny and did not set out to change the world.    It was all about entertaining the audience and keeping you glued to the TV for 30 minutes.


Fun show and that's all you need to say about it.


We remember Gene Autry (1907-1998)


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Gene Autry was born in Tioga, Texas and grew up here and Oklahoma.   Where else?    

We remember him for songs and movies.    "Rudolph the red nosed reindeer" is the second all-time best selling Christmas single, i.e. 30 million copies.   
He is the only entertainer to have all five stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, one each for Radio, Recording, Motion Pictures, Television, and Live Theater performances.

And he owned the Angels, the AL baseball team in Los Angeles.    Sadly, he never saw his Angels win the 2002 World Series.


Autry was one of the most famous people of the 20th century:




1963: Stan Musial played his last game


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The amazing Stan Musial played his last game on this day in 1963.   His last base hit was a ground ball to right field that Pete Rose, the Reds rookie second baseman, could not reach.   Years later, Rose passed Musial on his way to breaking Ty Cobb’s all time hits record.    

He won 7 seven titles.  Only Ty  Cobb (11), Honus Wagner and Tony Gwynn (eight each) won more.  He retired with a .331 batting average and 3,630 hits.
Stan the Man died in 2013.

1954: Willie Mays and "the catch"

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Willie Mays took playing center field to a new level in game 1 of the 1954 World Series.   He made an amazing over-the-shoulder catch of a shot hit by Cleveland Indians first baseman Vic Wertz.   It would have likely been a triple or even an inside of the park depending on how the ball bounced around in deep centerfield.    Instead, it was a long out!

"The catch" started the legend of Willie Mays, from playing defense to being perhaps the most complete player ever.




Happy # 85 Jerry Lee Lewis

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We remember Jerry Lee Lewis, one of the first rockers in rock history.   He was born on this day in 1935 in Louisiana.  In the early days of rock, Lewis recorded with Sun Records, or the same studio that featured a young Elvis.  His music was raw rock, a killer piano and lots of energy:




Monday, September 28, 2020

A new Justice to the Court plus more about Trump's taxes

A new Justice to the Court plus more about Trump's taxes 09/28 by Silvio Canto Jr | Politics:

An excellent candidate for the Supreme Court........The NY Times and President Trump's taxes.....The debate on Tuesday......Ted Williams 1941.....and other stories.....click to listen:

Monday’s video: New York Times and Trump’s taxes



Another judge goes super political


Judges, Take Control of the Courtroom | 2Civility

In 2017, the Texas legislature eliminated the straight party voting option effective in 2020.  
A couple of days ago, a federal judge in Texas intervened.   This is from the Texas Tribune:    
In a ruling issued late Friday, U.S. District Judge Marina Garcia Marmolejo cited the coronavirus pandemic, saying the elimination of the voting practice would “cause irreparable injury” to voters “by creating mass lines at the polls and increasing the amount of time voters are exposed to COVID-19.”Marmolejo also found that the GOP-backed law would “impose a discriminatory burden” on black and Hispanic voters and “create comparatively less opportunities for these voters to participate in the political process.”She acknowledged the burden the decision could put on local and state election officials, who will have to recalibrate voting machines or reprint ballots. But she reasoned that the potential harm for those suing, including the Texas Alliance for Retired Americans, was “outweighed by the inconveniences resulting.”     
Attorney General Ken Paxton will appeal the ruling and let's hope that he is successful.
First, where does a judge get the authority to overturn a law passed by the legislature?  
Second, where is the evidence that this law would hurt black and Hispanic voters?  
Once again, we see a judge who does not understand her job.  Judge Garcia-Marmolejo should quit the bench and run for the Texas legislature.  She has no business legislating from the bench.
Do you understand now why so many of us love what President Trump is doing with the judiciary?   Activist judges like Garcia-Marmolejo need to be stopped.
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And so started the "freedom flights"


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On this day in 1965, the Castro regime announced that Cubans were free to leave the island. It happened about a year after our family, and many others, had left Cuba via Mexico or Spain.
And so started what we called “The Freedom Flights”. Between 1965 and 1975, ten flights a week brought approximately 300,000 Cubans to the US.
Why did Castro do it? Some say that Castro got rid of many opponents and that’s true. More importantly, it was a “brain drain” and many hard working and talented people left Cuba.
Last but not least, it changed Miami from a sleepy winter resort to a vibrant city that became the capital of Latin America.

This is one of the many books written about leaving Cuba:

Williams showed some real character playing that doubleheader

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1941 was the year of DiMaggio's 56 game hitting streak, the last summer before Pearl Harbor changed everything and Ted Williams ended up with a .406 batting average.  

It is remarkable to go back and see Williams' consistency

The eventual seventeen-time All-Star began the season going one-for-one with a 1.000 batting average.  Over the rest of the season, his average never fell below .308, and was almost always over .400.  In fact, on July 24, it stood at .397. It would never again fall below .400.  Williams wrapped up 1941 at 185-456, good for an average of .406. While Williams’ batting average garnered all of the attention in 1941, he also led the league in home runs (37), base on balls (147), runs (135), slugging average (.735), and on base percentage (.551). 
But here is the best part of the story. This is where this goes from another baseball story to a triumph of character.

This is where Ted Williams' talent and tenacity was displayed, as remembered in this article by Bill Pennington years ago:
Inside his room at Philadelphia’s Ben Franklin Hotel on Saturday, Sept. 27, 1941, Ted Williams was jumpy and impatient.That might have been an apt description of the mercurial Williams at most times, but on this evening he had good cause for his unease.His batting average stood at .39955 with a season-finale doubleheader to be played the next day at Shibe Park, home of Connie Mack’s Athletics.
Since batting averages are rounded to the next decimal, Williams could have sat out the final two games and still officially crested baseball’s imposing .400 barrier.At the time,
Williams said, “If I’m going to be a .400 hitter, I want more than my toenails on the line.”
So he went 6 for 8 and crashed through the .400 barrier.

As we learned later, Williams had many character flaws.  He wasn't the nicest guy in the clubhouse or with the media. He couldn't even return a salute to the fans at Fenway who cheered his last at bat, a home run, naturally.

Nevertheless, his performance in the last game of 1941 is a lesson for us all.  He could have sat out the double header and hit .400, or the rounded version of .3995. 
Instead, he put everything on the line and came out with a .406 average.

Love him or hate him, I have to love that he was not afraid to put everything on the line.  


September 28 and Ted Williams


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Ted Williams is featured twice on this day in history.   

On this day in 1941, Williams was batting .399955 when he woke up in the last day of the season.  He decided to play a double header against the A's.  Williams went for 6-for-8 and finished the season at .406.   

On this day in 1960, Williams hit a home run in his last at bat in the major leagues.


Let me add this note:  Williams also hit .388 in 1957!  


Was Williams the greatest hitter ever?    He is #1 on my list and I never saw him play.

Sunday, September 27, 2020

Remember that debates don't predict the future


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Back in September 1960, millions of Americans tuned in for a real "TV first" this week.  They watched a debate by the two major presidential candidates running for president in 1960.
Who won?  Did the debates impact the vote?
It was super-close, and Senator Kennedy won by 114,000 votes out of 70 million cast that day.  It was 49.72% vs. 49.55%.
The conventional wisdom is that JFK won "the video" and Nixon won "the audio."
Your guess is as good as mine.  It's like losing the pennant by one game and arguing about which "one loss" made the difference.
What impact did it have?  We will never know.
What do we remember from the 1960 presidential debates?  First, Senator Kennedy looked better on TV than V.P. Nixon.  Second, Cuba was an issue, but no one would have believed then that the U.S. would allow the USSR turning the island into a Soviet satellite.  Last but not least, Senator Kennedy sounded awfully different from today's Democrats.  I would encourage you to watch the video and see if there is any "JFK" in AOC!
Yet the biggest oversight was Vietnam.  It was not an issue at all, but it consumed the nation in the 1960's.  In 2000, Iraq was hardly mentioned, but we were in a war in 2003.
Presidential debates teach an important lesson.  Debates are important, and we should continue the tradition.  However, the reality of the presidency often overwhelms campaign promises or "tough talk" at the debates.
My guess is that something will be a hot issue over the next four years that won't be mentioned at all in the Biden-versus-Trump debates.  Why?  Because debates are about the past, and governing is about dealing with those surprises that happen to presidents.
This is what I plan to vote for President Trump.  He's proven to be a strong executive capable of making decisions.  These are the qualities I want in a president dealing with whatever hits the front pages over the next four years.
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1960 this week: The Kennedy-Nixon debates

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Back in 1960, millions of Americans tuned in for a real "TV first" this week.   They watched a debate by the two major presidential candidates running for president in 1960.

Who won?  Did the debates impact the vote?

Senator Kennedy won by 114,000 votes out of 70 million cast that day.  It was 49.72% vs 49.55%.

The conventional wisdom is that JFK won "the video" and Nixon won "the audio".

Again, your guess is as good as mine.  It's like losing the pennant by one game and arguing about what "one game" made the difference.

What impact did it have?

Senator Kennedy hit the Eisenhower administration very hard about the growing communist menace in Cuba.  His debate comments actually had an impact on many Cubans, like my father, who were following the debates by shortwave radio. 
Sadly, President Kennedy dropped the ball at The Bay of Pigs the next spring.  He contradicted with his actions what he promised at the debates.

What else do we remember from the 1960 presidential debates?  Vietnam was not a topic in the Kennedy-Nixon debates but it consumed the nation in the 1960's.

In 1960, we learned an important lesson.  Debates are important and we should continue the tradition.  However, the reality of the presidency often overwhelms campaign promises or 'tough talk" at the debates.  


For a look back at the 1960 campaign, check out:



1973: Nolan Ryan 383 K's in one season



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We remember Nolan Ryan on this day in 1973.   He struck Rich Reese for # 383 and a new season record.     

Ryan finished 1973 with a 21-16 record, 2.87 ERA, 2 no-hitters, finished second in the Cy Young Award voting to Jim Palmer and got 383 K's
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Happy # 71 Mike Schmidt


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We say happy birthday to Mike Schmidt, one of the greatest right handed power hitters in major league history.  He was born in Ohio on this day in 1949.

Mike broke with the Phillies in 1972.   He led the NL in HR in 1974, 1975 and 1976 plus NL MVP in 1980, 1981 and 1986.   
Overall, he retired with 548 HR & 1,595 RBI.    Great player.   He also played for some very good Phillies teams.



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Happy # 480 to the Jesuits!

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The Jesuits have been a significant force in the Catholic faith for a long time.  On this day in 1540, Pope Paul III approved Ignatius’ outline of the Society of Jesus, and the Jesuit order was born.   Like any group, they are not perfect and there is always room to criticize.  At the same time, their contributions to education must be celebrated.   
Happy anniversary to the Jesuits!







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Cuba and the 1960 Kennedy-Nixon debates

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Back in 1960, millions of Americans tuned in for a real "TV first" this week.   They watched a debate by the two major presidential candidates running for president in 1960.

Who won?  Did the debates impact the vote?

Senator Kennedy won by 114,000 votes out of 70 million cast that day.  It was 49.72% vs 49.55%.

The conventional wisdom is that JFK won "the video" and Nixon won "the audio".

Again, your guess is as good as mine.  It's like losing the pennant by one game and arguing about what "one game" made the difference.

What impact did it have?

Senator Kennedy hit the Eisenhower administration very hard about the growing communist menace in Cuba.  His debate comments actually had an impact on many Cubans, like my father, who were following the debates by shortwave radio.   
Sadly, President Kennedy dropped the ball at The Bay of Pigs the next spring.  He contradicted with his actions what he promised at the debates.

What else do we remember from the 1960 presidential debates?  Vietnam was not a topic in the Kennedy-Nixon debates but it consumed the nation in the 1960's.

In 1960, we learned an important lesson.  Debates are important and we should continue the tradition.  However, the reality of the presidency often overwhelms campaign promises or 'tough talk" at the debates.  


For more on the election, check this:


Saturday, September 26, 2020

No ball drop on December 31st


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Why is it so hard for people to take government seriously on COVID-19 rules?

The city of New York will be saying goodbye to 2020 in a bizarre way.  This is the latest:   
Every year the New Year’s Eve Ball descends atop One Times Square in front of an estimated one million people in person, live bands, celebrities, etc. This annual event creates enthusiasm about the new year to millions watching on television and over a billion watching throughout the world.
Because of the CoronaVirus, 2021 will be welcomed with an animation of the annual event. The teaser of the animation seems like a noble attempt, but the bottom line is that it looks more like the weekly opening of Monday Night Football than New Year’s Eve.
Well, I don't know about the opening for Monday Night Football since I am angry with the NFL.  

This is a silly act from De Blasio and the gang.   His government had no problem with protests. He encouraged them.  However, a ball dropping with a limited crowd wearing masks is bad.

Hold the event, warn people about COVID, tell them to wear a mask and maybe limit the size of the crowd.   Please don't cancel one of the country's greatest traditions.

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Happy # 72 to Olivia Newton John

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We say happy birthday to Olivia Newton John.  She was born on this day in 1948 in Cambridge, England and moved to Australia at age 5 with her parents.     Olivia reached the US charts in 1971 with "If not for you" a Bob Dylan song.   She had several hits in the 1970's and then became an international sensation with the movie "Grease".    Overall, she sold 100 million records and had 5 # 1 songs on Billboard USA:



1968: "Hawaii 5-0" made its TV debut this week


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"Hawaii Five-O", one of the all time TV classics, aired for the first time this week in 1968.    It stayed on until April 1980.  Frankly, I don't remember the show lasting that long!    We also remember 'Hawaii 5-0" because of the show's music, specially its fantastic intro:





1971: Jim Palmer makes it four 20-game winners for Baltimore

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Jim Palmer and the Orioles made a little history on this day in 1971.   He won his 20th and joined teammates Mike Cuellar, Dave McNally & Pat Dobson as 20-game winners.

A few days later, the O's swept the A's in the ALCS.  Then they lost to the Pirates in the World Series.


It was indeed a tough series against Pittsburgh.    At one point in game 7, the O's had McNally and Dobson warming up in the bullpen as happened in game 6.


A great moment in O's history:   Four 20-game winners in one staff!




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