• 01:01

    LatinoTalk Texas 2014 0023 Latinos and "Not being Latino"

    in Politics

    On today's show, I read several articles that have to do with the importance of the Latino vote and the way that politicos are attempting to address it and some commentary on that subject by Ruben Navarrette and my own commentary.  Yes, there are GOP political types trying to reach out to Latinos by speaking Spanish here and there but it will require much more than a few words in Spanish to correct their histories of blatant anti-Latino agenda.  However, I also think it is morally incorrect to utilize ethnicity as a political tool.  For example, in the case of NM Governor Martinez was accused of "Not having a Latino Heart."  That is blatant racism to equate ones ethnicity with a political movement.  That is un-Christian and immoral.  I also read a piece describing the absurdity of using the Constitution as the basis for support of radical secularism.  Leon Pannetta, former CIA director, says he knew the Benghazi attack was an act of terrorism.  Finally, I mention that soon the Bigelow inflatable module will soon be mounted on the ISS for testing.  Good news for our space program.  LatinoTalk Texas is America's only daily Independent Political Analysis from the Latino perspective.  

  • 02:05

    Mayoral Candidates Speak: Are Blacks And Latinos Allies or Rivals?

    in Women

    Census figures indicate growing numbers of Latino citizens, based on new births and new immigrants. On issues such as immigration reform, multilingual education and minority set aside programs for contractors, African Americans and Latinos often find themselves pitted against each other as rivals for jobs, contracts and economic resources. Among men, both groups are often the recipients of racial profiling and media stereotyping as criminals. There are white gangs as well as African American and Latino gangs, yet when issues of gang violence are addressed white males are not the targets of police crackdowns, black and Latino males are. Chicago Mayoral candidates Jesus "Chuy" Garcia and William "Dock" Walls address the relationship between African Americans and Latinos and how it will affect this year's election.


     


     


     

  • 00:12

    Why do Latinos and Blacks Self-Destruct? - ARTISTIC WARFARE

    in Entertainment

    I don’t understand why instead of seeing the bigger picture, in society we learn to see our brothers and sisters as strangers and even as enemies. Things don’t have to be this way, but the burdens of breaking hundreds of years of separative mentality can be quite difficult. In this episode I explore this pressing issue. Listen to the episode here below and make sure you subscribe in iTunes here.
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  • 01:01

    LatinoTalk Texas 2015, 0011 News & Issues important to American Latinos

    in Politics

    Some positive immigration issue news from UT Austin and some semi-good news from Washington on the same topic. The rest of the show is about the Culture of Death and their manifestations in the political world. UT systems Chancellor, McCraven publicly opposed efforts to end state level tuition for undocumented youth in Texas. In Washington, a Senator from Maine offered a compromise bill to leave in place Obama executive orders from 2012 but still overturn actions from 2014. Republicans are trying to unfund the Dept. of Homeland Security which is the exact opposite of the "rule of law." I read several articles that discuss the importance of religion and the news derived from that. Pope Francis who will visit the US in Sept wrote to a Father in Arizona who leads young people who run a soup kitchen in Nogales, Sonora, for the benefit of migrants. The Holy Father supports them and encourages them. There is some rumor the Pope will visit the Mexico border to examine the plight of migrants. In other news, Pope Francis, while in America will speak at the UN and will also be the first Pope to address a joint session of Congress. Archbishop Charles Chaput recently spoke at Brigham Young University and stated that it was our duty as religious persons to speak up about it. I comment that is one reason I produce this show. I read an article about the President's remarks at the recent prayer breakfast and frankly I am STUNNED at his remarks! He, in effect, said, that because some much tragedy has been done in the name of Christ that we Christians should not be so quick to judge those attacking Christians. During today's show, I also comment that I am concerned that soon the Libertarian point of view on many social issues will soon come out and the Culture of Life agenda will suffer for it because Libertarians who support efforts against abortion will not defend efforts against euthanasia, drug use, homosexual marriage and so on.

  • 01:00

    Are Latinos Done With Obama?

    in News

    In a recent speech at the Congresional Hispanic Caucus Insititute's gala, President Obama asked Latinos to "keep believing" (In immigration reform). Is the message resonating with U.S. Latino voters after six years? Join us as we discuss this with special guest, Blanca Hernandez, who attended the gala and was escorted from the even for asking Obama about his lack of administrative action on immigration. As always join the coversaton by dialing (347) 308-8633.

  • 00:30

    Jobs Numbers Smacks of Institutional Racism: Whites 4.7% Latinos 6.6 Blacks 10.5

    in Politics Progressive

    Government workers, elected, appointed or hired are to provide services to we the people. We the people of the United States of America in order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common Defense, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America. Elected officials are Government workers who  come from amongst us.Their purpose seem to be only to get paychecks. They talk and act on the goods of Business owners while treading on the welfare and liberty of we the people. Over $3trillions in tax revenue for 2014 is more than enough for congress and senate to pass jobs to get America to a full workforce. America's 50million businesses, 10% of which are foreign owned, should hire 50 million people in 30days. Working class, be wise. Consider the ant! Unite. Speak as one. Jobless numbers 5.5% smacks of racism. Blacks-10.5%. Latinos 6.6%. Whites 4.7%. Asians 4.0%.

  • 00:31

    Are blacks and Latinos being groomed for jail???

    in News

    We'll be speaking with Medgar Evers College Professor and author Dr. Byron Eugene Pryce about the notion of a "School to Prison Pipeline" as well as mass incarceration which is disproportionately effecting African-Americans and Latinos across the U.S.


    Guest Background: Professor of Public Administration at Medgar Evers College of the City University of New York in Brooklyn, New York. Dr. Price spent five years at Rutgers University-Newark at the School of Public Affairs and Administration where he served as an Assistant Professor and director of the MPA and Executive MPA Programs as well as a number of other leadership positions including serving as the Associate Director of the National Center for Public Productivity and Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Public Management and Social Policy. A leading scholar in the field of prison privatization, he is the author of the book, Merchandizing Prisoners: Who Really Pays for Prison Privatization published by Praeger Publishers in March 2006. He has also published in the American Review of Public Administration; the International Review of Public Administration, Public Productivity and Management Review; and the Personnel Mix Journal (which was translated into Russian) and the PA Times.


     

  • 01:00

    Conexion con Noticias- Hablando de los jovenes LGBT latinos y mas.

    in Dads and Family

    Bienvenido a Conexion Contigo, el primer programa de radio en espanol completamente por internet y conectado a las redes sociales, por eso y mas es un programa de radio Diferente, Dinamico, Informativo, Educativo y Divertido.


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    - Resumen de Noticias con Lupita Zamora.


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    - Martha Zuniga de la Organizacion entre Hermanos de Seattle, WA, hablando de " Los jovenes LGBT Latinos en nuestra familia, suicidios y la manera en que se ven asi mismos.


    comentarios y ma.


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  • 02:01

    Dark Skin Latinos Why do they not consider themselves Black?

    in Radio

    Tonight we will be discussing News, Sports, Entertainment and our main topic. Why do Dark Skin Latinos not consider themselves black? We all realize that amongst African Americans there has always been a Dark Skin vs Light Skin rift. However the same plight seems to also consume Latinos as well. Join us as we delve into this question. Do Dark Skin Latinos readily reject their African heritage and if so why? Is it self hate or something else?

  • 02:14

    Alexyss K. Tylor Speaks with Police Victims and Families, No. 1

    in Politics Progressive

    Alexyss K. Tylor, whose son was allegedly attacked and brutalized by a DeKalb County Police officer in Georgia in January 2015, is the new host at Human Rights Demand. Call 347.857.3293 to speak on air every Wednesday at 9pm EST. Tylor and her son recounted the most frightening night of their lives during our Human Rights for Prisoners March radio broadcast on the "Human Rights Demand" channel on March 2, 2015. The broadcast is archived at 
    http://www.blogtalkradio.com/humanrightsdemand/2015/03/03/alexyss-taylor-dekalb-co-police-beat-my-son


    Tylor's son, Dinero, is representative of thousands of young men whose civil and human rights were apparently violated under the color of law. This happens to Black men like Dinero, and it also happens to Caucasian men like Cameron Redus, a college student who would have graduated with a 4.0 GPA at the University of the Incarnate Word in Texas had he not been gunned down by Officer Chris Carter in 2013. Carter shot the unarmed honors student multiple times, including in his back. Redus may have had a couple of drinks to celebrate the successful conclusion of the semester, and Carter apparently felt that Redus did not give Carter's uniform due reverence.


    Police violence happens to Whites as well as Blacks, Native Americans, Latinos, and Asians in the U.S.A. All victims and/or their families are invited to call Alexyss K. Tyler and discuss the circumstances, especially if you seek an attorney for criminal charges and/or a lawsuit. Being Tylor's guests gives victimized people an opportunity to seek representation by ethical attorneys and gain support from human and civil rights activists.


    Power concedes nothing without a demand. ~F. Douglass

  • 02:39

    High Cost of Being Poor

    in Culture

    Please join us Sunday at 10AM CST as we discuss the high cost of being poor.  The protests across America has brought to light how Blacks, Native Americans, and Latinos are unfairly targeted with broken windows policing.  This creates a system that is sustained by fines and fees that perpetuates white supremacy.


    The dial in number is 310-982-4273 and press 1 to speak with the hosts.  You can Skype as well as create reminders.

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