This episode of Dangerous Thinkers features Silvio Canto. He is an avid blogger and activist in the Cuban-American community. He hosts a daily radio show called “Canto Talk” on Blog Talk Radio. His blog, “My View,” focuses on current events and issues of interest to Hispanic Americans. He runs an executive search business called, “The Canto Group,” which he runs in Dallas, Texas. He was born in Cuba and emigrated to the United States with his family in 1964. He was inspired to write “Cubanos in Wisconsin” to honor his parents and ensure his sons knew his life story. Please scroll down for links to everything we mentioned in this episode.
Key Points in this episode of Dangerous Thinkers
- What was Cuba like before Castro took over, and how did he perceive it through the eyes of a young boy?
- Cuba is classic example of the danger of the cult of personality in politics, something that has afflicted Latin America
- Silvio’s father said what happened in Cuba could never happen in America. Did he ever feel that his dad might be wrong about that?
- Are the democrats serious about wanting to solve the issue of illegal immigration, and why aren’t they taking the great deal President Trump offered this on DACA?
- What can we say to young people who seem cluelessly about the evils of socialism and communism?
Links and Resources Mentioned in this episode of Dangerous Thinkers
Slivio Canto’s Radio Show: CANTO TALK RADIO SHOW Online Radio by Silvio Canto Jr | BlogTalkRadio
Articles from Silvio Canto’s Archive on American Thinker
Whole Archive here: Articles: Silvio Canto, Jr. Archives
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