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LatinoTalk Texas 2014, 0031 All Hallows Eve and Independent Voting

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LatinoTalk Texas is America's only daily independent political analysis from the Latino perspective.  On today's show, I discuss the nature of Halloween or "All Hallows Eve" or "All Souls Day" which is a Catholic Holiday.  Later, I discuss the importance of voting and voting independently.  Do not vote a party line but vote for each candidate on their own merits and if you find no candidate you can trust, then vote for yourself as a write In candidate.  The Latino vote is in the news because it is important and will soon control many elections.  But for now, the Democrats don't care or respect you and the Republicans, controlled by the nativists at the Tea parties, simply hate and fear you.  Don't trust either of them!  Please see the terrific and humorous video by Al Madrigal seen on the Jon Stewart show.  Read about the backlash against Obama, Hillary Clinton and other Democrats by Latino activists regarding inaction on Immigration Reform.  I later read an essay by Ruben Navarette regarding Latino voting and he confirms we should vote independently!  I also read a piece by Newt Gingrich regarding the wildly radical movements by Houston Mayor Annise Parker who is quietly pushing the Homosexual agenda in Houston and facing a backlash, responded with a lawsuit against pastors.  Lastly, Pope Francis made remarks recently that were misinterpreted or flatly misrepresented by media types about science and the nature of creation which I discussed on my shows recently.  I finish by commenting that Catholics are not "literalists" who believe, for example, the universe is only 6 thousand years old.  Have a good weekend.  

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