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My view by Silvio Canto, Jr. · 4h ago

Barcelona terror and a few more thoughts about the threats in Europe

Guest: Javier Hurtado-Mira, Secretario de Politica Europa, PP (Partido Popular de Espana)...................Chairman of DEMYC (Democrat Youth Community of Europe)........Javier travels to ma...
My view by Silvio Canto, Jr. · 5h ago

The A's and Charlie Finley baseball

Between 1969 and 1975, the Oakland A's had one heck of a team.   It started when Charlie Finley recruited players like Reggie Jackson, Sal Bando, Jim Hunter and others in 1965-67.In this book, Nancy Finley, his daughter, tells the story of one of the...
My view by Silvio Canto, Jr. · 5h ago

Were the 1970 Orioles the best team of the last 50 years?

From 1966 to 1971, the Baltimore Orioles won 4 AL pennants and 2 World Series.   The 1969-71 team won 318 games over 3 seasons with incredible pitching, defense and hitting.Were they the bes...
My view by Silvio Canto, Jr. · 6h ago

1947-1957: The Brooklyn Dodgers were the best team in the National League

The Brooklyn Dodgers finally beat the Yankees in 1955 after losing to them in 1947, 1949, 1952, and 1953.    Of course, those were the days when only 2 teams advanced to the post season.    I love reading everything about these Dodgers.  The Dodgers ...
My view by Silvio Canto, Jr. · 6h ago

August 1989: "Mixed Emotions" by The Rolling Stones was on the radio in the US

"Mixed emotions" was released August 1989.  It proved that The Rolling Stones had incredible durability.    In other words, how many musical groups can put a song in the Top 10 in three diff...
My view by Silvio Canto, Jr. · 7h ago

August 1964: The Rolling Stones and "It's All Over Now" on the radio

A year before "Satisfaction" was # 1 and turned The Rolling Stones into international superstars, they had hits like "It's all over now".   It was an old hit for Bobby & Shirley Womack.     ...
My view by Silvio Canto, Jr. · 7h ago

August 1967: The Rolling Stones and "We Love You" was a strange 45

"We love you" was one weird 45.  It did not get a lot of airplay, although some of the early FM rock stations did pick it up.   Eventually, the B-side of "Dandelion" got the airplay.   By th...
My view by Silvio Canto, Jr. · 11h ago

PM Trudeau’s words have consequences

(My new American Thinker post)Like the rider on a pretty pony who gets a standing ovation at the circus, PM Justin Trudeau of Canada has done a lot of politically correct dancing and prancing in the world arena.    He is cute, telegenic, does not tal...
My view by Silvio Canto, Jr. · 15h ago

The Beatles: "Meet The Beatles" the album that we all grew up listening to...

It was one of the most consequential LP's in pop history.   The playlist was something that we all sang to............about 27 minutes of pure magic:1. I Want To Hold Your Hand 2. I Saw Her ...
My view by Silvio Canto, Jr. · 16h ago

From 'Meet The Beatles" to "Yesterday and Today": Remember The Beatles's US Albums....

Like many of you, I grew up listening to The Beatles' US LP's.    In other words, 'I've ju...