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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.
LatinoTalk Texas is America's only daily independent political analysis from the Latino perspective! On today's show, a discussion of the nature of the Culture of Death and how it exists in opposition to the Culture of Life which is best represented in the Church. Using a discussion of the Vatican's recent Synod on the Family and how some news reports about that were deliberately false and misleading was done so for the purpose of undermining the Church and the Culture of Life. I discuss how the Culture of Death has two approaches toward and in attack of the Culture of Life. One is political and the other is social. The Social side is represented in the various efforts to undermine life such as abortion and euthanasia. They are motivated by the radical environmentalism and the belief that people ARE pollution but that some people, namely themselves are better people and should be allowed to live while others are too stupid and too ugly to live. They are people like Margaret Sanger, Hitler and John Tanton. The Political side is lead by socialists and Libertarians. They seek to rid our governments and society of religious expression. The Culture of Life; however, expresses that though there are many of us, life is a gift from God and that we are here for a purpose and that because we are clever and work hard we will find solutions to our problems and find ways to cure diseases and feed the hungry. Later in the show, I update the news on Islamic Army, Ukraine, Boko Haram in Nigeria, Houston Mayor Parker and her attempt to push the homosexual agenda in the courts and the protests in Mexican state of Guerrero.
With Mel Moss and Mel Robins of SOLR RC - On Todays Show - Ebola wrap up or is it? - SOLR Ebola Prediction - New Ebola Czar "Chunky Butt" is worried about over population "of shit" - You are free to Ebola about the country - Ebola and transparency by elected officials is an oxymoron - Executive amnesty - Border tension high - Gay guy gone - Another FU - ISIS recieves weapons drop - The naked man - Texas #1 for business - How do we keep it that way?
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LatinoTalk Texas is America's only daily Independent Political Analysis from the Latino Perspective. On today's show, I spend several minutes discussing the nature of the Latino vote and the imperativeness that American Latinos get out and vote. I read a piece by Maria Teresa Kumar, co-foundress of Voto Latino, who said in her essay, "How the Latino Vote became a Movement for Change," that, "Latinos also realize it is up to us to vote to protect our families and our communities. Only by building our segment of the electorate can we change the bad politics practiced by both major parties that now stands in the way of needed policy changes on immigration reform and other issues. " which deeply echoes my many remarks on this, America's only daily independent political analysis from the Latino perspective. I later describe the sad state of affairs in Iraq and Syria as Islamic State Army is at the doorstep of Bagdad and our air campaign under dubious leadership is failing. Lastly, I discuss the fear mongering that is going on behind "Climate Change" agenda.
Don Jose Ruiz was born in Mexico City, Mexico and was raised in Tijuana, Mexico.
When he was 21 he came to live in the U.S. with his father, don Miguel Ruiz. From a
very young age don Jose was guided by many teachers present in his life including, his
mother and father, his grandmother Sarita, and several other Naguals.
Through masterful guidance by his teachers and amazing life experiences with precision
synchronicity, Jose came to 'silent knowledge'; he witnessed the world as it is, without
any story. In his early twenties, don Jose lost his eyesight. In his process of
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humility. Through his surrender and faith, in concert with modern medicine Jose
recovered his eyesight.
Like his father, combining new insights with ancient wisdom, don Jose Ruiz is dedicating
his life to sharing the ancient Toltec wisdom by translating it into practical, everyday life
concepts that promote transformation through truth, love and common sense.
The Fifth Agreement takes us to a deeper level of awareness of the power of the Self,
and returns us to the authenticity we were born with. In this compelling sequel to The
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freedom to be who we really are. To Submit your art go to TheUniverseOfNow.com and to contact Don Jose or submit your art send to Tammy@miguelruiz.com
So I did another debate, this time on morality. Is morality objective or subjective? I wasn't too impressed with how the debate went down, mostly because I didn't get to do all the talking. If I HAD done most of the talking, this is what I would have said.
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First, regarding the Islamic State Army, I reported that our air campaign was not at full strength and the Syrian town Kobane, was about to fall when American air power finally stepped up" effort to save the town. My analysis that the CDC was incompetent against Ebola in America and now two nurses have contracted the disease and were allowed to travel!! I criticize Obama for failing to address Ebola by stopping flights to America from affected nations. I also update you all on the controversy with Houston Mayor Annise Parker who is struggling to move her homosexual agenda through the courts and has subpoenaed the sermons of local pastors which is clearly a violation of First Amendment protections. I go on to read to you all about the IMPORTANCE OF THE LATINO VOTE. I also address the presence of the anti-immigration forces of the Tanton Network inside the Democrat Party and how they seek to demonize Latinos and diminish our Rights. Do not to trust either major political party. Finally An important piece about the presence of the evil Planned Parenthood among the Girl Scouts Lastly, a Pro-Life black man faces attacks from the NAACP for promoting Planned Parenthood which attacks black population in America.
LatinoTalk Texas is America's only daily indepedent political analysis from the Latino perspective presented in English for all to hear. On today's show I discuss space, the universe, our place in it and the magnificence of God's incredible creation. I speak about the incredible complexity and vastness of the universe and yet how it possesses incredible simplicity and beauty and that is an example of God's handiwork. I contrast that with the commentary of Professor Stephen Hawking who remarked once that "God is not needed for the Universe but only gravity is needed" (paraphrasing). Then, after the break, I read one of my pieces that describes the nature of space exploration and how any and all space exploration is best done on the Moon not only for scientific value but also for economic value. I lament deeply the cancellation of the Constellation program by the lying BHO who said he supported it.
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