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LatinoTalk Texas 2014, 0038 Obama's Immigration Action & Economic Recession

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Today's show includes many commentaries on current events.  Mostly I settle the discussions and hyperbole concerning Obama's recent executive action on immigration.  All that Obama has done is invoke his own prosecutorial discretion which he himself removed years ago resulting in 2 million deportations of parents that had minor American children and some that were veterans and others who had done nothing else wrong. He does not deserve applause but on the same token the Republicans are spewing nothing but hyperbole and propaganda. There is NO amnesty and Obama has done nothing illegal in this case. He's done almost nothing except lie about his actions in this matter.  Later in the show I discuss my worries about the coming global economic recession and wonder why none of the major news sources are discussing it.  All of Europe is in recession or worse and now, Germany, the manufacturing and economic powerhouse of Europe faces recession as well as England and France.  Now, we get word that Japan is now in a "...sharp recession."  We know that America's economy has been growing but has been very anemic in that growth and explain why and blame Obama and the Democrats for their many failings and warn that if since those major economic forces in the world begin to falter so too will America's weak economy.  I warn Latinos to begin saving vigorously because Latinos will be the most affected in America.  Lastly, I talk about Obama's withdrawal of American leadership in the world and how it has encouraged Russia and China.  I read a news piece indicating that China is threatening its neighbors in the South China Sea and remind my listeners that I reported two weeks ago that Sec. John Kerry already advised the Chinese that the US would not take a position on such a matter which is also a withdrawal of American leadership.  

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