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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?
Join us Sunday, April 20 at 10pmEST as we recap episode two of Al Jazeera America's "Borderland" with cast member Lis Marie Alvarado.
Also on the show: Why Slate’s Piece About Latinos Becoming The Next Whites Failed.
LatinoTalk Texas is America's only daily Independent Latino Political analysis program in English. In the first segment I reiterated the importance of voting and why there are political forces in America who don't want you to vote. Don't listen to them because Latinos are about to become the dominant force in America and there are those Democrats who don't care about you but believe they own you. And the Republicans have been taken over by the anti-Latino Tea parties and they hate you and want you to leave America. You must go vote but you can vote independently. Please do so! In the second segment I discuss the importance of the Latino vote in the Texas Governor race and how Greg Abbott who is married to a Latina and is also ardently pro-Life seeks to attract the votes of Pro-Life Latinos in the Rio Grande Valley where, incidentally, Wendy Davis, the Democrat nominee for Governor lost the race against a Pro-Life Latino in those same RGV counties. I'm independent, and cannot support either Davis or Abbott. Davis is so corrupt she can't visit her own children. Remember, she rose to fame because she defended abortion at any cost. Abbott, on the other hand wrote a "Friend of Court Brief" in favor of the very deliberately anti-Latino Arizona SB 1070 which was largely found to be unconstitutional. He knew better and when questioned about it he preferred to avoid the subject. He's running from it, I think, and he, politically, seeks to have his cake and eat it too. In other words, he's anti-Latino in one crowd of Tea partiers and Pro-Life and Pro-Latino in another crowd in south Texas. I just don't trust either one and won't support either one. Vote independently!
On today's show, I read John Stossel's piece on the importance of immigration reform. AGeorgia Mayor who wants immigration reform because his constituents face the threat of deportation. Briefly I mention some feedback on my page that provides insight into the propaganda moving in Democrat circles that seeks to justify Obama's unwillingness to address immigration issues. It is reported that "Latinos don't actually care about immigration and illegal immigrants DON'T VOTE!" I find that very revealing indeed! Later I read a terrific piece by Anthony Bourdain called "Under the Volcano" which describes the culture of Mexico and why we Americans love Mexican food but not Mexicans. I discuss the politics of "Global Warming" or is it "Climate Change" because in the 1990's it was "Ozone Depletion." What will be tomorrow? Today it's nothing more that fear mongering that covers an agenda of global communism where major nations pay off developing nations not to develop. In New York the trash left behind by protesters demonstrated their hypocrisy.
LatinoTalk Texas is news, interviews and issues most important to Latinos in America. This is the only independent daily talk show about Latino issues presented in English for all to hear. On today's show, Arturo Carmona of Presente.org who leads an independent effort to hold politicians accountable to the needs and desires of Latinos in America. The most pressing issues facing Latinos in America today: Immigration and Education. Arturo Carmona discussed those two major issues and how Presente.org is working on those issues with engagement and involvement of Latinos.
Earlier we discussed news concerning the two sides of the poltical coin concerning immigration and both come from Latinos. Luis Gutierrez and "Ted" Cruz. Then I read a powerful editorial by Carmen Velasquez who has become very disenchanted with Obama's lies.
I discuss the nature of the Culture of Life and the Culture of Death or Anti-Life and mention that the Culture of Death which is very powerful economically and politically. Ruben Navarrette in his commentary states, "Hispanics are single issue voters and the issue is respect." I remind you all that voting is the only way to get the RESPECT. I read an excerpt from Navarette's interview with former Mexican President, Vicente Fox. That conversation leaps into a new article about the Hispanic Congressional Caucus and how they crawfished on a demand for Obama to move on immigration by Thanksgiving proving that your leaders are more concerned with their own power which further fuels the Independent Latino Political Movement. That leads to the next article that discusses Latino voting and that fact that Latinos may stay home and not vote. That is unacceptable. Vote independent or use the write in ballot but you must vote! Lastly, I discuss the news about the American space program and how Boeing and SpaceX will be sending American astronauts to the ISS.
LatinoTalk Texas is America's only daily indpedendent political analysis, news, and interviews important to Latinos in America presented in English for all to hear. My opening monologue discusses 9/11 tragedy and how America and Americans courageously came forward to defend America and rescue those wounded and trapped in the collapse of the Twin Towers. American's charitable nature is wonderful and it makes me very proud. I also discuss the peculiar nature of Obama's recent speech about the Islamic State terrorist army not being "Islamist." Very peculiar and wonder why he would say something like that.
In the latter half of the show, I discussed the value and growth of the Latino independent political movement in states like Arizona where Jose Penalosa is running for Congress and he calls out his democrat opponent for not representing the constituents to Washington but rather Washington to his constituents. Also there is very good news that the Florida governor's race will hinge on the Latino vote as both candidates selected Latinos as running mates. Finally, I discuss my opposition to arming Syrian rebels to fight against ISIL. I don't trust those rebels and already ISIL has American weapons that came from previous similar efforts.
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In the end, I report that I, myself, am not surprised that Obama has broken yet another promise with regard to immigration reform but I know many hard working advocates and DREAMERS who have put forth tremendous effort and time and passion toward achieving justice and fairness for themselves and millions of other Latinos here in America and I know they are disappointed, angry and injured. I read several pieces in major news outlets that articulate the voices of many advocates including Erika Andiola Arreola , Arturo Carmona , Astrid Silva, and Congressman Luis V. Gutierrez .
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