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Silvio Canto Jr

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A discussion of current events without screaming or name calling!

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Guest: Frank Burke, author, businessman and contributor to American Thinker, joins me for a discussion of President Obama and climate change.............the Supreme Court has stopped the latest EPA ruling.........27 states challenged the EPA on the grounds that it would cost jobs or even destroy industries.........it would have been better if President Obama had worked out a compromise with Congress and the state governors.........and other stories from the front pages.... Click to support some of our friends.... ...CLICK AUDIBLE.COM, YOUR SOURCE FOR AUDIO BOOKS! CHECK OUT MY FRIEND CARLOS GUEDES AND HIS MUSIC........ FOLLOW ME ON TWITTER......
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Guest: Barry Casselman, The Prairie Editor. We looked at the political impact of the Supreme Court's decision on Obama Care.

Guest: Bill Katz of Urgent Agenda.

Guest: Patrick Corcoran, author of El Gancho, a blog about Mexico. We discussed the elections on July 1st.

Guest: Dr. Ileana Johnson-Paugh, author and economist.

Guests: 1) Jose M Guardia, author of BarcePundit. Jose lives in Barcelona and analyzed the latest from Spain and the European crisis. 2) Fausta Wertz of Fausta's Blog. Fausta is an expert on US-Latin America issues. We discussed... more

Guests: 1) Israel Ortega will share his thoughts about the recent Arizona decision & the Hispanic vote in 2012. 2) Fernando Trevino, George Rodriguez, Sylvia Guzman and Laura Drain. We discussed the latest Hispanic issues, including a... more

Guests: Sonia Martinez & Marta Darby tell us about Cuban food.

Guest: Barry Casselman, The Prairie Editor. We also heard from Blake, The Young Prince, a blogger.

Guest: Bill Katz of Urgent Agenda.

A week ago, Pres Obama announced a new policy regarding the 1 million or so young people, or "dreamers". Frankly, it surprises me that Mexico is not calling on them to bring their talents home. Mexico needs them. Read my... more

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