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The new "Cesar Chavez" Movie is out. Chavez agreed with the Tea Party on immigration. He was against undocumented workers working in the U.S. and he was opposed to illegals crossing the border into the U.S. Of course these things are left out of his bio by the Libs.
Obama goes to Saudi Arabia to check in with his Muslim bosses.
On this week's ScreenPicks Movie Show, we review four new films. First we'll discuss the new biblical film Noah. Then we review Arnold Schwarzenegger's new movie Sabotage. That's followed Cesar Chavez and Breathe In.
On a roundtrip to San Diego this past Saturday, we drove and drove and drove from Highland to San Diego to Fontana. Along the way, we passed a large agricultural field where I glimpsed 8-10 men, dressed for working the field (large hats, long sleeves, bandannas tied around their neck) walking among the rows of soil and greenery.
During a luncheon hosted by the Chicano Latino Caucus, I heard Maria Elena Durazo speak of the man, Cesar Chavez and La Causa. She said to the brothers and sisters in the room that this discussion was not nostalgia in any way, for the call to action is as imperative now as it ever was.
I considered the men in the field, I thought of my friends in the Warehouse Workers who have fought and won lawsuits for stolen wages, unsafe conditions and more. Fans in the warehouse. Safe, drinking water available. I reflected upon my husband who has sat in a few anti-union training sessions over the past several years. And my niece, who, in less than a year, has been told that a union only wants her money. Her hard-earned minimum wage, part-time, money.
And, I wanted to remember something grand and powerful and imperative and I wanted to move and dance and start a revolution. After all, I was sitting in the only union-hotel in both San Bernardino and Riverside county. We just had a special election where Tea Party/Anti-Union Republicans turned out 2 to 1, aided in part by a split in our candidates and by the apathy of working people. It has been two decades of Central Labor Council Secretary-Treasurer Stalnaker where cohesion and electoral effectiveness have been decimated. Yes, it is time to bring some poetry and some vision.
There were few records broken this past weekend, if any at all. Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. didn't set any record for hatred spawned against him, and Vasyl Lomachenko didn't set a record for winning a belt in his second pro fight. We did indeed get to see what would happen if Teddy Atlas' body were taken over by some type of sadistic alien, however. (And that said, never mix lime and coconut then drink it all down.) This week on Queensberry Rules Radio, James Foley of Bad Left Hook and Queensberry-Rules' Patrick Connor recap all of last week's action, in addition to previewing Saul "Canelo" Alvarez vs. Alfredo Angulo and accompanying undercard. Perhaps most importantly, this coming weekend signals the beginning of what should be better boxing action. Thanks for tuning in!
We're on the home stretch now, people. And that's not meant to be a, "Ahhh, finally 2013 is almost over" thing, but rather a "Let's close 2013 out with a giant kick in the pants" thing. It's doubtful that this whole Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. vs. Brian Vera situation will be the last cringe-worthy event of the year, but at least on paper we're being treated right in the last three months. This week James Foley of BadLeftHook.com and Patrick Connor of Queensberry-Rules.com return after a week off to run down recent happenings and upcoming fights, like Wladimir Klitschko vs. Alexander Povetkin, Miguel Cotto vs. Delvin Rodriguez, and much more. Thanks for tuning in!
Fridays from 3 to 5 PM HST (Hawaii Time) we broadcast We the Anunnaki with hosts Janet Kira Lessin and Dr. Sasha Lessin. Today's special guests are researchers Robert Evans, Jr. and Denise Chavez. Denise is also a media host on radio and youtube.
We discuss many aspects of the ancient aliens/Anunnaki phenomenon to unravel the mystery for humanity and discover our origins going back to the dawn of creation. Who are the Anunnaki? Did they leave? Have they returned? What are the various factions? How do they affect humanity to this day? What is Planet X/Nibiru? Where is it and when will it come back near Earth? What affects will it have on our planet and the solar system? What proof do we have an how can we prove anything when our governments withhold the truth from all of us. Ancient aliens walked among us and are here till this day. We discuss the issues, here they are, throughout time till the beginning and answer questions, revealing more till truth's revealed.
Today we discuss visual proof that Nibiru, Nemisis and/or or some strange objects which could be planets, comets, space ships or ??? are near us here on Earth, in our solar system and around our sun. What are the ramifications of these objects? What can we expect and when?
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Cesar Palerm, Ph.D. es científico principal del grupo de ingeniería de sistemas de Medtronic Diabetes. El ha sido parte clave de muchos de los adelantos que estaremos viendo en las microinfusoras de esta compañia. Acompañanos y conoce como ha ido evolucionando esta tecnologia y hacia donde se dirige.
Eric Chavez is the department chair of the Computer and Electronics CIS department at Los Angeles Trade Technical College. More importantly is on my Mentors and Advisors in the world of career technical education. I am spending part of my day at Trade tech learning about how to better get high school students get ready to purse higher education especially in a CTE environment. I also plan to talk about Eric’s Great Success with his SkillsUSA teams in the fields of Electronics and Computer Maintenance competitions. I have known Eric ever since I started teaching at the high school 12 years ago and he has served as a friend , mentor, advisor in all things CTE education and I look forward to listening and learning with the Master. As always I invite all to join in and share the fun.
We also talked to a couple of students, professor and a couple of surprise special guests
Patti Lucia and Mathew Sydney interview producer/multi-instrumentalist, Cesar Punski of Mia Mia. Catch a couple of hot tracks from Mia Mia's fresh project: 'Home Recordings.' Fasten your seatbelts and get ready for a roller coaster ride of twists and turns through the artist's mind!
Los camaradas Al y Cris hablan desde la Florida en Estados Unidos acerca de la izquierda, el socialismo y la revolucion desde el imperio en solidaridad con nuestros hermanos en latinoamerica, el imperio va a caer!!
Mondays at 5 pm PST/ 7 EST join Steve Kim and Gabriel Montoya as they break down each week's matches and match-ups and discuss the week's top stories.
This week, Steve and Gabriel look back at the HBO card featuring the WBA middleweight title match Gennady "GGG" Golovkin vs Daniel Geale and heavyweights Bryant Jennings vs Mike Perez. And we take a look at this weekend's card from the Cosmopolitan in Las Vegas, NV featuring the WBO Lit Heavyweight champ Sergey Kovalev vs Blame Caparello, Brandon Rios vs Diego Chaves and WBA junior welterweight champ Jessie Vargas vs Anton Nikov.
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Join us tonight as we interview Cesar Vargas about his Huffington Post article a controversial piece getting different reactions. Later on the show, Michael Calienes will be talking about Hispandering Heritage Month ads that just fail! As always, we want you to be part of the conversation. Tune in and dial (347) 308-8633