Having coffee with Silvio Canto, Jr. on Saturday mornings has become a regular feature of starting my weekends. Today, Silvio and I looked at the Middle East and the ISIS/ISIL threat to the United States. The link to the tape … Continue reading
Another Saturday morning coffee with Silvio Canto, this week speaking to the situation in Ferguson and the racial impact of the shooting. You can listen to the whole show here.
It’s 2014, and a mid-term election is going to happen in less than 90 days. Want to see how it goes? You step into the voting booth, and look at all the names on the ballot. You look for the … Continue reading
ISIS, ISIL, the Islamic State or whatever it’s called today is a group of homicidal thugs, drunk on their own sense of power and bolstered by their military successes in Syria, Lebanon and Iraq. Thousands have been murdered, and not … Continue reading
Another Saturday morning cup of coffee with Silvio Canto, Jr., a fellow contributor to American Thinker, on his radio program from Dallas. Program Link
“Measure Twice, Cut Once” has been the mantra of knowledgeable woodworkers since time immemorial. I’d be willing to wager that phrase was one of the first things that Joseph taught Jesus when he was a boy. Obviously, our “smartest-guy-in-the-room” President … Continue reading
Once again I was invited on Silvio Canto’s radio program to discuss a variety of topics from the Lois Lerner e-mail fiasco to the need to increase employment. Here is the link to a tape of Silvio’s show. Talking to … Continue reading
Could some lawyer reading this please tell me how willfully and publicly flouting federal law is not punished? I understand the concept of prosecutorial discretion, but that’s for the equivalent of jay-walking, not major felonies, correct? Well, I’m not talking … Continue reading