Tuesday, November 23, 2021

Thanksgiving 2021 with Frank Burke author and businessman


Thanksgiving 2021 with Frank Burke author and businessman 11/23 by Silvio Canto Jr | Politics: 

Guest: Frank Burke, businessman and author.....We will look at Thanksgiving 2021.........and other stories.............click to listen:

Tuesday's video: Can Beto stay away from Biden?


Tuesday's video: 
Can Beto stay away from Biden? 
Click to watch..........

P.S.  You can listen to my show (Canto Talk).  If you like our posts, click send drop a dime here.

 

Does Beto O'Rourke think distance from Biden will help his campaign in Texas?

 


(My new American Thinker post)

It did not take long for Mr. O'Rourke to distance himself from President Biden — less than a week, to be exact.  This is from MSN News:

"This campaign in Texas is not going to be about Joe Biden, it's not going to be about Donald Trump, it's not going to be about anyone outside of our state," O'Rourke said. "This is going to be about the people of Texas and what the people of Texas want."

Anchor Dana Bash followed up, asking if O'Rourke would prefer that Biden did not campaign for him amid poll numbers that show just 35% of Texans support the president.

"I'm focused on Texas and on my fellow Texans," O'Rourke said. "Those are the people most important to me. There is no politician, there is no other person from outside of this state who can help change the course of this election for better or for worse."

Well, that's too cute.  Beto O'Rourke also took a shot at President Biden on the border problem — an easy shot, given how unpopular the whole thing is.  The latest poll is Abbott plus 6 over O'Rourke.

Can Beto distance himself from Beto?  I don't think so, because there is too much video, and Governor Abbott will remind us of that.

P.S.  You can listen to my show (Canto Talk).  If you like our posts, click send drop a dime here.

Happy # 81 to the great Luis Tiant






We say happy birthday to the great Tiant.

Luis Tiant was born in Marianao, Cuba on this day in 1940. His father was Luis Eleuterio Tiant, who pitched professionally in the old Negro Leagues in the US as well as in Mexico.

Tiant made his debut in 1964 with Cleveland: 10-4, 9 complete games, 3 shutouts and a 2.83 ERA. A few years later, Luis led the AL in 1968 with a 1.60 ERA! By the late 1960’s, El Tiante was one of the best pitchers in baseball. Suddenly, he suffered a series of arm injuries in 1970-71, was released and passed up by several teams who thought that he was finished.

Everything changed when the Red Sox gave him a chance in 1972: 15 wins and a AL leading 1.91 ERA. Tiant won 81 games over the next 4 seasons and became the darling of Fenway Park

We remember Tiant and the 1975 post-season. He shut down the A’s in game 1 of the ALCS, beat the Reds in games 1 and 4 of the World Series. And his aforementioned father had a chance to watch him pitch. It was a wonderful post season for father and son.

Luis Tiant retired with 229 wins, a 3.30 ERA and 189 complete games. In my opinion, he should be in The Hall of Fame. Let’s hope that he goes in the next time around.

P.S.  You can listen to my show (Canto Talk).  If you like our posts, click send drop a dime here.





PLEASE SUPPORT OUR BLOG AND RADIO SHOW

FOLLOW MY BLOG

LISTEN TO OUR RECENT SHOWS

Check Out Politics Podcasts at Blog Talk Radio with Silvio Canto Jr on BlogTalkRadio

Search This Blog