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LatinoTalk Texas is America's ONLY daily independent political analysis for the Latino Perspective! On today's show, I read some articles concerning the potential for Jeb Bush, a favorite among many Latinos, to run for the Republican Presidential nomination. However, I continue to remind how the very qualities that make me and other Latinos like Jeb Bush are also the same things that make Tea party types hate him. I discuss the dynamics of the Tea party grip on the Republican Party's metaphorical throat and how that will control the next set of presidential elections. Following on that I discuss the New Mexico Governor race involving Susana Martinez who is the nation's first elected Latina Governor. A loft accomplishment, no doubt but she has done some anti-Latino things in her state to satisfy the Tea party's anti-Latino agenda. She could be nominated for Vice President if either Jeb Bush or even a Tea Party type like Rand Paul wins the nomination for President. I'm not sure if the latter would actually be good for Latinos. Later, I discuss some case studies of the actual sorrow and suffering imposed by Obama's harsh deportation policies which he could have changed years ago but he lied, lied and lied about it all much to the detriment of Latinos in America. Finally, I discuss a commentary by Pope Francis about the attack on the sacrament and institution of marriage. I couch that discussion in the larger context of the battle between the Culture of Life and the Culture of Death which benefits from destruction of marriage, the very foundation of the Culture of Life.
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On Tonights Show - Womans head or soccer ball - Ambulance drone "really" - Doctors opting out of OC - Blacks turning on dems - 100,000 march against internet tax - NAACP says stay away from the salmon - Dems won't even say Obamas name - Ebola update liar liar pants on fire!
All that BS and more Tonight 9:30PM
It's been a slow news week in NASCAR this week, so we're going to change things up a bit.
First, we will talk about this week in NASCAR History, which brings us back to November 6th, 1988 and it was the first win for one of NASCAR's most legendary drivers.... Yup, you've gotta listen to know exactly who we're talking about. What a great day of racing that ended with that driver, going to wrong way on the racetrack.
Also, we'll discuss which driver, who hasn't made his or her NASCAR Sprint Cup Series debut, do we think is the best driver in the sport... Very interesting conversation.
And if we were commisioner of NASCAR for a day, what would be the first change we would make... Interesting topics, and we'll have Dominic Aragon from TheRacingExperts.com to join the conversation.
Also of course, our picks to win in Texas....
Noble LeVar Woods III will be our guest speaker for The Hump Day Motivational Radio Show by Brandon Draper & Arvelle Draper. Presented by Thinking Forward Inc. We will be discussing financial literacy and how it effects our community. Why is that the African American community as a whole are considered consumers, but have not economical weight? We consume so many products and services but have no investments in these institutions that we vicariously spend our money in. With So many American's living paycheck to paycheck how do you begin to invest in our financial future? Noble Woods has an answer for this age old question. He will share his story of how he obtained financial freedom through saving and investing. Some may be asking where do you begin? How am I suppose to understand this volatile market? Are we still in a recession? Can I invest because I thought investing was for rich people? Want to find out the answer to these questions? Call In at 8PM EST (347) 637-3361 or stream live at the link below.
WENDY DAVIS IS RUNNING FOR TEXAS GOVERNOR: Wendy Russell Davis is an American lawyer and Democratic politician from Fort Worth, Texas. Davis represents District 10 in the Texas Senate. She previously served on the Fort Worth city council.
Today Wendy Davis’ race for Governor in Texas is one of the most exciting campaigns in the country.Her opponent, Greg Abbott, is truly Rick Perry 2.0. He’s got tens of millions of dollars in his war chest. And since Texas has no campaign finance limits, the special interests are pouring money into nasty, disgusting attacks against her.
On Nov. 4, Texans will elect a new governor for the first time in 14 years. We think that new governor should be Democrat Wendy Davis. Davis and her Republican opponent, long-serving Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott, offer voters sharp, competing visions for the state’s future. Davis’ positions on education, health care and economic fairness make her the best candidate to meet the looming challenges unparalleled growth has brought the state.
On tonight's show we talk to Chris Brady, Deputy Field Organizer at Battleground Texas, and tonight he gives us his views on why his candidate Wendy Davis is running for Texas Governor and why she is better choice for Texas.
"Small, Medium, Large, Xtra Large - What Size Are You?" What is the size of your results? You are totally responsible for your results. Do you play small, or do you play big? Does the size of your results change with the timing, the project, or the place in your priority list? Time to step it up and get those XTRA Large Results. Hear from Brandon Langer, Global VP for Symmetry, on how to have those BIG results NOW! http://www.simplymagicwow.com
LatinoTalk Texas is America's only daily independent political analysis from the Latino perspective. In today's show, I discuss news from Catholic Pulse, the news service of the Knights of Columbus of which I have been a member for over 25 years. The KC's are described by Saint John Paul The Great as "the strong right arm of the Church." Incidentally, Today is the first feast day of Saint Pope John Paul II." I discuss again the nature of the legal battle over homosexual unions being called "marriages" and how in Wyoming and Arizona the state's will on the issue has been overturned in the courts. While I do not seek to criticize individuals I do criticize the movement which seeks to employ a legal strategy to overturn the will of the people and undermine the very fabric of our culture. I then speak of the constant struggle between the Culture of Life and the Culture of Death which benefits from this homosexual issue as it undermines the foundation of our society. After the break I mention that famous Latino designer Oscar De La Renta had passed away. I went on to discuss the incredible polling data that showed a majority of Americans believe the country is "Out of Control!" Then in the final segment I read some headlines about the war in Syria against Islamic State and how the Democrats are avoiding Obama's name but not his policies. Lastly, I read a press release from Familia Latina Unida in that they seek to protest the lack of action from Obama on Immigration Reform and seek an independent Latino candidate for President in 2016.
in Self Help
I'm noticing an overwelming desire to help Young Adults in the Black community find their way. I'm noticing this within myself and among my peers. On the flip side, I perceive a generation gap or two that makes the effort a little tentative. I mean look, I'm 45 years old and to be honest with you, sometimes I don't know what to say to some of these younger folks.
But, I guess my destire to make a difference, outweighs my perceived disconnect, because I have found myself in the company of a bunch of young folks that agewise, could be my children ;-)
Join me Wednesday October 29th at 10:00 pm Central Time as I interview 24 year old Brandon who has allowed me to peak into his life to better understand some of the things he and his generation are going through. Brandon is going to talk to us about his journey to University which turned out not to be for him.
He's going to talk about coming back home and being depressed. With a lowered vibration he tells us how he almost got caught up in the drug life. But, the memory of his industrious Dad taking him to work at the Alsip Swap-O-Rama turned Brandon into an Online EBAY businessman instead of a tragic Statistic.
A MURDER COUNTRY:
The nineteenth century looms just a few years away, bringing with it the belief in progress and a new world. But for Josiah Fuller, William Corvin, and the Rider in the Appalachian backwoods and small towns of the late nineteenth century, there is nothing but a world where bloodshed is paid for in blood, and violence is the ultimate law of the land.
When seventeen-year-old Josiah Fuller comes home to find his parents hanged and mutilated and the family house burned to the ground, he sets off to find the man responsible for their murders and avenge their deaths. His journey takes him through new towns and wildernesses he has not seen before. He meets people who show him the realities of living in a violent world, forcing Josiah to decide what is most important to him: vengeance or grace.
Years after running away from home as a young boy, William Corvin returns with his new bride to take over the family's coal mining operation. Though he is haunted by the violence of his past, he sets out to live a peaceful life and start a family there. However, Corvin's hopes of peace are challenged when a horrible act of violence causes him to revert back to the man he once was.
After being visited by an angel in a dream years earlier, the Rider has become a man with violence in his blood, believing himself to be appointed by God to collect the souls of sinners. He travels around on his horse, killing whoever he feels is deserving of God's wrath and vengeance. These three men move along their own individual paths, their stories intersecting with one another, continually searching for an understanding of the violent world in which they live and their own actions within that world.
Tony Bennett, President of the Texas Association of Manufacturing will join us to talk about the state of the State of Texas manufacturing; what’s happening, what’s hot, and what’s getting in the way for small and mid-sized manufacturers in Texas.
The Texas Association of Manufacturers (TAM) represents over 450 large and small companies from every manufacturing sector, employing more than 894,000 Texans with an average compensation of $79,350 a year (the highest in the private sector). Texas manufacturers contributed $211 billion to the Texas economy in 2012 and one-third of all corporate taxes collected by state and local governments. Manufactured goods account for 94.6 percent of all Texas exports and Texas has held the distinction as the #1 exporting state in the U.S. for several consecutive years.
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