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Flight to Freedom from Castro’s Cuba: Silvio Canto, Show Notes, Dangerous Thinkers, 024

Dangerous Thinkers

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 ...

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Sweet Justice: Castro-Loving QB Kaepernick Stopped from Scoring by Son of Cuban Exile

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Cue the sad trombone. So sad, Colin Kaepernick! Your team just suffered its 10th loss, and you were stopped from scoring a touchdown yesterday by a guy who was unimpressed with your comments praising murderous dictator Fidel Castro. From Armando Salguero, writing in the Miami Herald about yesterday’s game between the San Francisco 49-ers and the Miami Dolphins: It ended with ...

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Interesting Fact Omitted by Obama: Castro Wanted to Start a Nuclear War Against the United States

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In 1962, Castro urged the Soviet Union to launch a nuclear strike against our country, something Obama omitted in his lame comment on the death of the dictator. Of course, like Castro, Obama believes that racist, imperialistic United States deserves major payback. From PBS, the letter from Nikita Khrushchev to Fidel Castro: If, by giving in to popular sentiment, we had ...

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Fidel Castro Finally Dead: Roast in Peace

Fidel Castro

Murderous commie dictator, Fidel Castro, who ruthlessly repressed the Cuban people, torturing and killing his political opponents, and nearly caused a nuclear war, is finally dead. He continues to repress them even in death, as the government imposes a mandatory 9-day “mourning” period, no doubt to prevent the joyous celebrations that broke out in Miami over night. From the Miami ...

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Google Honors America-Hating Fan of Osama Bin Laden

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And Google and the Obama White House are BFF’s. Coincidence? From Heat Street: Today’s large Google doodle honors the late Japanese-American activist Yuri Kochiyama, whom Wikipedia calls “one of the few prominent non-black black separatists.” And while the Washington Post lauded her for her “fierce sense of patriotism,” some of her past quotes say otherwise. Like that fact that Kochiyama, who died in 2014 in her 90s, expressed admiration ...

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Obama: The Presidency is Not Entertainment: Show Notes, The Teri O’Brien Show, 5-8-2016

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Not entertainment? You mean like this? Links to stories we discussed on the show are below.  Or this?   He also did an interview with this creature, obviously a very serious person: Then there were his appearances on ABC’s silly socialist hen party “The View” here here, here, and here. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Thanks to danasongs.com and incompetech.com for some of the music that we use on the program. ...

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The Teri O'Brien Show

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