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  • Welcome Silvio Canto Jr. to our order of bloggers. It is long overdue.

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  • My View by Silvio Canto, Jr.

    Silvio Canto, Jr.
    Wednesday, January 28, 2015 10:01 PM
    "Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn't pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same, or one day we will spend our sunset years telling our children and our children's children what it was once like in the United States where men were free." - President Ronald Reagan

    A look at US-Cuba talks, the latest from Argentina, Mexico and the students........


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    Silvio Canto, Jr.
    1/28/2015 10:01:00 PM
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          A look at US-Cuba talks, the latest from Argentina, Mexico and the students plus Jose Marti... http://t.co/J2dwCVoX0c Silvio Canto, Jr. (SCantojr) January 28, 2015  Tags: US-Cuba talks, Argentina, Mexico and the 43 students, Jose Marti To share or post to your site, click on "Post Link". Please mention / link to the My View by Silvio Canto, Jr. Thanks       

    "Long lonely nights" is another "doo wop" classic


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    Silvio Canto, Jr.
    1/28/2015 7:07:03 PM
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          Another fabolous "doo wop" classic:  "Long lonely nights".....Lee Andres & Hearts.100 greatest doo wop: http://t.co/9h9YKfPmQA via YouTube Silvio Canto, Jr. (SCantojr) January 29, 2015    LEE ANDREWS    LONG LONELY NIGHTS    "I cry my eyes out over you Wondering if I did right And why you left me    With a broken heart       Oh, long, long and lonely nights          Oh, how I miss you, my dear    Please, please, come back to me    How I wish you were here    As I go along my lonely way    I visualize your face When I pass through    (Yeah) my[...]


    The Scratching Post

    K T Cat
    Wednesday, January 28, 2015 6:57 PM
    The ramblings of an amateur missionary.

    A Bump


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    K T Cat
    1/28/2015 6:57:26 PM
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    In the mythical, far-Eastern city of Shanghai.And not much of a bump, either. The drought goes on.One storm in over a month. Ouch.

    More Feminism, Please


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    K T Cat
    1/28/2015 6:13:38 AM
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    Social media is all a-twitter* with stories of new idiocies from crazy feminists, typically from our institutions of higher learning. Everyone's racist, some women don't have vaginas, the cis-gendered patriarchy oppresses them on a daily basis, blah blah blah. I'll bet that furniture stores in college towns can't keep fainting couches in stock.      Personally, I love it. I've got a daughter who is reaching marriageable age and every time I read about some brainwashed chick foaming at the mouth about sexism, racism or whatever, I think, "One less. Muuhahahaha"        I really do think that "Muuhahahaha" part, too.        Look, there are only so many decent guys out there.[...]


    Left Coast Rebel

    Wednesday, January 28, 2015 7:00 AM
    Limited-government, conservative, libertarian-leaning, constitutional anti-statist perspective on news, politics, and current events

    President Obama's Credibility Takes a Dive


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    1/28/2015 7:00:05 AM
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    Now, I Really Can't Breathe


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    1/27/2015 7:00:05 AM
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    W.C. Varones

    W.C. Varones
    Monday, January 26, 2015 9:34 AM
    Thoughts of a radical libertarian Jeffersonian vegan militant bicyclist populist capitalist pig in San Diego navigating GD II... and friends.

    Free burrito deal today at Chipotle


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    W.C. Varones
    1/26/2015 9:34:38 AM
    Sofritas Monday: buy a sofritas burrito today, get any burrito free on your next visit.Sofritas is a tasty, soy-based meat alternative. It gets great reviews even from meat-lovers.

    The Bible on central bankers


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    W.C. Varones
    1/15/2015 7:50:11 PM
    A false balance is abomination to the LORD: but a just weight is his delight.-- Proverbs 11:1And what of a society whose entire economy is based on a false-balance fiat currency whose value is tied to no just weight but decreed by modern Pharisees?


    The Liberator Today

    B-Daddy
    Sunday, January 25, 2015 8:47 PM
    Government growth threatens our liberty and our prosperityA liberty movement blog

    Leftism, corruption, and its causes


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    B-Daddy
    1/25/2015 8:47:02 PM
    You can always count on the left to favor solutions that both increase government size and lead to cronyism and corruption. Holman Jenkins makes this connection in the weekend edition of the Wall Street Journal.  But Europe, Japan and the U.S. have been desperate to stir private-sector growth and yet refuse to consider how they treat their private sector. Europe gave itself austerity in which the private sector shrank and the government didnt. Big-name economists keep insisting monetary policy can conjure growth without anyone having to question any ideological, political or policy embraces of the past three decades. Nobody asks: How can we make our societies ones in which people find opportunity? They worry[...]

    The Surveillance State and the Erosion of Trust in San Diego


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    B-Daddy
    1/18/2015 7:27:42 PM
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    Revelations about the surveillance state are eroding trust in government and in law enforcement in particular.  Police officer involved deaths of civilians are also responsible. Setting the Ferguson incident aside, which details are murky; Eric Garner's death in New York and the death of Tamir Rices in Cleveland, both captured on video, cast doubt on the fairness and integrity of those police departments and the justice system.Locally, this distrust played out in social media on my app, NextDoor,which allows people to connect with others in their neighborhood (the comments referenced below come from the Bay Park neighborhood news feed.)  Significantly on this app, anonymity is not allowed, which seems to improve[...]


    Temple of Mut

    Thursday, January 22, 2015 7:47 AM
    Shrine of Flaming Capitalism

    Canto Talk, Jan.22: Soothing Harp Music and Disturbing Security News


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    mutnodjmet13
    1/22/2015 7:47:14 AM
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    Dear Readers: I am thrilled to be chatting with Silvio Canto, Jr. this week on CANTO TALK. I will be on this Thursday, Jan. 22, 2015 (7 pm PST/9 pm CT/10 pm EST). CLICK HERE FOR LIVE SHOW OR ARCHIVED PODCAST.One of the guests on the show will be an exquisitely beautiful artist I have connected with via Facebook, who plays like an angel. Joanna Mell is a Celtic Harpist, who renditions of traditional tunes have had a healing effect on my soul as I cover the chaos that has become the current news cycle.As I am a big fan of The Dresden Files book series about wizards, fairies, vampires, and other fantasy creatures, I wanted to feature this Carolan tune Si Beg, Si Mor (The Fairies of the Small Hill and the Big Hill).In fact, what[...]

    Canto Talk - October 28th: A Citizen's First Campaign


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    mutnodjmet13
    10/28/2014 8:15:48 AM
    Dear Readers:I have always felt that the best step many of my fellow citizen activists could take would be to get elected to local offices. So when I heard one of my favorite, savvy, and sassy conservative activist friends was running for her city's town clerk, I just had to find out more.Therefor, it will be my privilege to join Silvio Canto Jr. to interview New York's Karen Beseth, who is running for Dewitt Town Clerk.I will be asking her for campaign tips and tricks she has learned, to pass down to others who might be inspired to join her on their own political careers. And, of course, we will be comparing Blue State Blues.Her Facebook page is HERE, for those who want to send a direct message of support. If you do[...]


    Word Warrior of So Cal

    Wednesday, January 21, 2015 1:10 PM
    Just another WordPress.com site

    A STATE OF THE UNION SPEECH STRANGELY DETACHED FROM REALITY.


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    barrycjacobsen
    1/21/2015 1:10:15 PM
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    A psychiatrist once told me that the difference between a neurotic and a psychotic is that while the neurotic merely makes castles in the sky, the psychotic lives in themBy that definition our President might be psychotic; or at the least deeply delusional. He painted a verbal picture of a world security situation that exists only in his mind; in which he has solved every problem, and only global warming and the Republican Congress are a threat on the horizon.Oddly,PresidentObamafailed to say a word about Al Qaeda or Islamic fundamentalism. Nor the collapse today of the friendlygovernment in Yemen to Shia rebels loyal to the Ayatollahs in Iran. Yemen was a country he touted inlast year's State of the UnionAddressas a model[...]

    HYPOCRISY DOES NOT NEGATE HISTORICALITY OF PARIS MARCH


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    barrycjacobsen
    1/13/2015 12:15:52 PM
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      While some 40 world leaders came togetherMondayin Paris to lead a massive march through the streets, in solidarity against terrorism and for the freedom of the press, a London School of Economics student named Daniel Wickham watched with scorn and amusement; all too aware of the hypocrisy on display. Here were leaders or representatives of governments whose policies towards the press have not been without blemish, to say the least. Deciding to shame them (how sweetly nave are the young: we old folk know politicians know no shame) he tweeted the records of many of these nation's records regarding freedom of the press; perhaps attempting to turn this moment of tragedy into one of farce.The kid is right, of course: the[...]


    Beers with Demo

    Dean
    Monday, January 05, 2015 11:17 AM
    A blog for the unwashed and well-read

    If we are going to get ahead of ourselves...


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    Dean
    1/5/2015 11:17:34 AM
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        *Youre loving this 4-team college football playoff format, arent you? Youve been loving the weekly unveiling of the top 4 teams every Tuesday night that was must-see T.V. for East Coasters and must-listen radio/must-interwebbing for us work-a-daddies on the West Coast, yeah? And you totally ate-up those semi-final games on New Years Day, didnt you? But youre a greedy one, right? We know what youre thinking, you dirty bird: Now, that youve wet your beak on this particular playoff format, youre of the mind that if 4 teams are good, 8 is better. Did we feel you on that?Well, pump the breaks, there, champ.There are certain logistical details within an 8-team format that need to be overcome, the chief[...]

    Why hasn't the nation-wide gun control movement gained any real traction?


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    Dean
    12/23/2014 12:31:49 PM
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        If you inclined to answer that it is due to the gobs of money the NRA spends on an annual basis to support or block legislation according to their favor and to do the same on political candidates, we wont necessarily argue against that. Allow us, however, to offer up another reason that may have more actual influence than any money spent by the NRA: many gun control advocates and, in particular, the ones that have the most voice in that community are criminally incompetent. One example that immediately comes to mind is our very own wunderkin Vice President, who in the aftermath of the Newtown school shooting, claimed he told his wife Jill that the proper way to deal with a home intruder is to go out on[...]


    Doo Doo Economics Blog

    Doo Doo Econ
    Thursday, October 16, 2014 3:06 AM
    Doo Doo Economics are the policies of overspending, printing money, neglecting the key economics issues, bad science and promoting entitlement programs which all add up to higher taxes during a recession and economic unsustainablility.

    Windows 10 is Cool


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    Doo Doo Econ
    10/16/2014 3:06:33 AM
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            This article is being written on the technical preview of Windows 10. It is impressive and exciting to see a real improvement aimed at desktop productivity.My motivation for reviewing Windows 10 on one of my Virtual Machine (VM) servers is to understand the future of Microsoft Windows Apps. Out of the gate, Windows 10 addresses my primary concerns. Apps tiles are now wonderfully integrated into the classic Windows Start button.    The future of Windows apps looks bright. This new apps interface is terrific and a huge improvement over Windows 8 or Windows 8.1. Windows apps now use their inherent responsive design model to resize throughout the desktop environment.The Windows 8 style[...]

    ObamaVirus: Enterovirus (HEV D68) Timeline of Events podcast


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    Doo Doo Econ
    10/15/2014 8:14:21 AM
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      Before beginning this timeline there are two alarming facts to keep in mind.This current enterovirus strain appears more severe than previous strains.If diseases were spread to American children through the Obama Administration's unilateral amnesty and relocation programs, enterovirus is just one of many pathogens in the exposure.Per USA Today:A dozen Colorado children have been diagnosed with polio-like paralysis, Wolk said. Although all of the children had a respiratory virus before muscle weakness set in, only four tested positive for enterovirus D68, he said. Most have gone home and are in rehabilitation."We're optimistic that a number of them, if not the majority, will gain some functionality back," Wolk said.This[...]


    blogger in chief blog

    Tuesday, October 14, 2014 3:33 PM
    A topnotch WordPress.com site

    Do Not Pass Go Ethics in California


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    dawnwildman
    10/14/2014 3:33:15 PM
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     At the end of this legislative session in California Governor Brown vetoed a few bills that, the legislature passed in Sacramento, which dealt with ethics. His reason was that he did not want to make the ethical practices the elected in Sacramento must follow to be made any more complex. Huh? Given that under his watch three separate Senators have been indicted on various federal and state charges ranging from voter fraud to gun running, how complicated are the current ethics rules?This gave me pause as to how complicated it must be already for these guys given their current legal troubles, so I went looking for the complex ethics one must follow if ever elected in our great state. Listed below are some of the ethical[...]

    First They Came for Ferguson Then They Came For Us


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    dawnwildman
    8/15/2014 9:06:12 PM
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    The most shocking part of the stories out of Ferguson is the photos and realization that the Ferguson and state police are armed to the teeth. If this doesnt seem like an overreaction to the situation at hand I dont know what does. Most telling is the fact that the law enforcement in the state feel like they need to bring out all of their war toys.Since 1997 the DoD has been shuffling through the Department of Homeland Security all of their excess hardware such as armored vehicles, assault weapons and even helicopters. So is it any wonder that the cops are now acting like the military? And how far do we need to go before losing our liberty is more important than our perceived security? I know if I live in Ferguson, MO I dont[...]


    Shane Atwell's Blog

    Shane Atwell
    Tuesday, January 22, 2013 5:00 AM
    Defending Capitalism from its Enemies Abroad, Parasites at Home and Alleged Friends

    Reaching Students Through Book Reviews


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    Shane Atwell
    1/22/2013 5:00:11 AM
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    This blog doesn't get a lot of traffic, so I pay attention to those posts that do. Most of the all-time favorites are ones that have been featured in other, higher-traffic blogs, like one on Walmart and the DHS that made it onto some kind of right-wing e-mail list and one on collective bargaining that was featured on Mish's site.     One post that has gotten consistent readership and strange little spikes (e.g. 260 pageviews this last month despite being two years old) is my review of Ill Fares the Land by Tony Judt. The book is a defense of socialism and was recommended to me by a leftist college (biology) professor. He read it for his professors' book club. No doubt it's assigned reading in many classes around the[...]

    In Search of Where We Went Wrong


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    Shane Atwell
    1/16/2013 8:46:01 AM
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    First a big thanks to Leslie Eastman, the most link generous blogger I know, fellow SLOB and now frequent contributor to College and Legal Insurrection. She tells a good story and makes a big effort to pull together the thoughts and posts of other bloggers. She's been quoting my e-mails and throwing me links in her posts, which makes me remiss in not posting something new here.WARNING: this post has no conclusion. Its just a description of an intellectual journey half over. Call it a thematic compendium of book blurbs.    Where did we go wrong? This question has been bothering me for years. We started out with a near perfect system of government, as close as could have been achieved given the knowledge of the[...]


    United Networks -News & Wires [san-diego]

    Monday, January 01, 0001 12:00 AM
    Live Breaking News Headlines from all major wires and sources.

    White rhino dies, only 5 left in world


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    (10:49 UTC) CNN: White rhino dies, only 5 left in world

    San Diego agrees to turn recycled wastewater into drinking water


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    (09:19 UTC) FOX: San Diego agrees to turn recycled wastewater into drinking water


    Bing News [san-diego]

    Monday, January 01, 0001 12:00 AM
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    5 Mistakes the San Diego Chargers Can't Afford to Make This Offseason


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    Tom Telesco has made few mistakes, if any, since he became general manager of the San Diego Chargers. To my knowledge, there's only been oneDerek Cox. The first major signing in free agency for Telesco was Cox, who was coming off a strong 2012 campaign ...

    Black cop sues San Diego police over racist cartoon used in training


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    A black San Diego cop claims he was harassed for speaking out against his departments use of racist cartoons, according to a lawsuit. The sight of San Diegos first black police officer walking down the citys Chinatown as an ape in a police ...


    Legal Insurrection - Leslie Eastman

    Monday, January 01, 0001 12:00 AM


    Millions of Genetically Modified Mosquitoes may be Released in Florida podcast


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    Leslie Eastman
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    I recently reported on the chikungunya virus that is raging in South America. There are concerns that Florida could be the next epicenter of the epidemic.Thanks to climate change and globalization, the Keys are also increasingly home to killer tropical diseases such as dengue fever and chikungunya spread by Aedes aegypti, a tiger-striped mosquito that originated in Africa. Just last year, a few dozen people in the Sunshine State were infected with these formerly exotic illness as they made their up the Gulf Coast.The threat is greater than Ive seen in my lifetime, Walter Tabachnick, director of the Florida Medical Entomological Laboratory, said last year. Sooner or later, our mosquitoes will pick it up and transmit it to us.[...]

    Cruz v. Paul on Iran podcast


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    Kemberlee Kaye
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    This weekend, Senators Cruz, Paul, and Rubio squared off about a number of issues at a Freedom Partners event; Iran being the most contentious part of the conversation. We're allowing Iran to continue building centrifuges an enrich uranium. They've been negotiating for two years, this is the worst negotiation in the history of mankind, Cruz said.Paul retorted, What are we going to do? Are you ready to send ground troops into Iran? Are you ready to bomb them? Are you ready to send 100,000 troops, are you ready to send them into Iraq, do you want them in Syria, do you want them in Libya? The place is a mess. It's been a mess for a thousand years, so we have to think about what really are the practical results of not[...]


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    College Insurrection - Leslie Eastman

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