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LatinoTalk Texas 2014, 0018 Armed militias on the south Texas border

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LatinoTalk Texas is America's only daily independent Latino political analysis program presented in English for all to understand.  I discuss Hispanic Heritage Month here in America. Then a news article from Rio Grande City in deep south Texas about a group of militia types who are threatening to block a border crossing in protest.  I don't favor these groups and see them as mostly motivated by bigotry.  I switch gears and continue to discuss the Obama administration's efforts to address the threat from the Islamic State army in Iraq.  I point out how weak this policy appears to be and read how Senator Graham agrees.  I analyze the nature of the coalition formed by Obama and Kerry and note the participation of Arab nations that receiver billions in military aide but other allies like Turkey and Britain are holding back.  Why?  Maybe because they don't trust or have faith in Obama to lead this effort.  I suspect we will see this effort perform badly in the coming months.  Finally, prefaced by another  peculiar comment from Nancy Pelosi, I analyze from the Latino perspective the effect of the coming election on the US House and Senate and predict that the GOP may threaten Obama with impeachment in order to get him to comply with their agenda and; thus, gain more popularity nationally.  

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