No 809 “En mi opinión”  Diciembre 1, 2014


“IN GOD WE TRUST” Lázaro R González Miño   EDITOR

La injusticia, el abuso, el robo y el vandalismo se ha apoderado las calles de varias ciudades de USA por semanas y el gobierno y la ley y la razón están escondidos temblando como mujerzuelas, la prensa cómplice de los vándalos, apoya y alienta a las hordas de facinerosos envidiosos y destructores a cometer más robos y destrucción, los que se suponen proteger a los débiles se  esconden temerosos.                         LA SUMA TOTAL DE LOS FACTORES ES ASQUEROSO EXCREMENTO PODRIDO.

“En mi opinión” Lázaro R González Miño, Editor

Amenper: Turning their Fame into Dollars

Adam Smith, in his seminal work The Wealth of Nations, described wealth as “the annual produce of the land and labor of the society”. This “produce” is, at its simplest, that which satisfies human needs and wants of utility.

Adam Smith saw wealth creation as the combination of materials, labor, land, and technology in such a way as to capture a profit (excess above the cost of production).

Industrialization emphasized the role of technology. Many jobs were automated. Machines replaced some workers while other workers became more specialized. Labor specialization became critical to economic success.

 Modern labor-saving inventions and the development of the sciences have vastly improved the standard of living in modern societies for even the poorest of people.

The concept of wealth is of significance in all areas of economics, and clearly so for growth economics and development economics.

But there is a new method to create wealth today in this modern world. 

The difference is that with this method only the individual gets the income, these wealth creators do not create any product, they economy of the country does not grow with their income, only their pocket grows.

The new method to create personal wealth is done by creating a celebrity status into income.

The Kardashian family is famous for three things: their looks, their ability to turn those looks into celebrity, and their determination to turn celebrity into income.

They did not invent the lucrative industries of paid celebrity appearances or reality television, but they are close to perfecting them.

Many people are eagerly following their lead because the Kardashian economy is thriving. They have earned $28 million last year as a reward for making herself famous.

A perusal of the Forbes list of the highest earning athletes reveals that many of those at the top of the list make more from endorsements and appearances than directly from their athletic skills. Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson, LeBron James, and Roger Federer are all examples of athletes who have successfully joined the Kardashian economy.

Politicians are also joining the Kardashian economy. The Clintons are the champions at turning their fame into dollars, netting over $100 million from book deals and speeches in the past decade, but they are far from alone. Politicians that previously became lobbyists to cash in on their connections now can follow the much easier path of having a book ghost written and making a few speeches in order to make just as much money from their name recognition.  Hillary Clinton last march charged $300,000.00 for a speech at the University of UCLA.

The wealth of most of the politicians come from books that somebody else wrote for them, (Ghost writers) those benefiting for being famous by selling books include president Obama. Follow the link

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So this new wealth is a personal wealth that does not produce any wealth for the nation, less for the poor or any of the citizens that they claim to serve, on the contrary, their wealth come from the people, the people become their servants.

Adam Smith did not see this new wealth production, his books didn´t produce the income that we see nowadays, and his books produced intellectual wealth, something that we can´t say about these new “book producers” with ghost writers, using a way to produce income from the people,  just because they are celebrities.  All image and not substance-

 “Megyn Kelly Schools Radio Host On Grand Jury Process

“Who are you to second guess them?”


Radio host Richard Fowler provided a live report from Ferguson Monday night on Fox News Channel’s The Kelly File when he blamed the grand jury process for not giving Michael Brown justice.

There’s no question that this situation has de-stabilized very, very quickly here in Ferguson, Missouri.  But the truth of the matter is that across this country there’s a lot of people that are very angry about this and that this grand jury did not come down with an indictment tonight.  And that caused this anger no matter what side of this you’re on.

Fowler claimed that there are two sides to the story that should have been heard by a “real” jury and a “real” trial:

But that’s neither here nor there tonight, Megyn, the mood here is heavy and while there was effort for peaceful protesting clearly the anger has gotten out of control.

This is when Kelly had to give Fowler a dose of reality:

Richard, but the reason the anger has gotten out of control, many would posit to you, is because these fires, so to speak, have been stoked by people who refuse to trust in the system, the grand jury system, which is the way our country works.  And that grand jury met for three months, one time a week, twelve people, in good faith and they looked at all the evidence, sixty witnesses they listened to, and they disagreed with you.  They know more than you do and they said there is no probable cause for any of these charges.  Who are you to second guess them?

Fowler insisted that many people are angry because “this prosecutor made some huge blunders.”  Kelly responded that in 9 out of 10 cases, a police shooting would not even get a grand jury proceeding because the officer’s testimony is credible enough. Fowler continued in an emotional rant that people are angry because a young “unarmed” black male was shot in the streets of Ferguson by a police officer.  Kelly attempted to correct Fowler’s misinformation:

But Richard, you are ignoring the fact that what the prosecutor told us tonight was that there was testimony that, A) That man who wound up shot dead, attacked a police officer after he just committed a robbery, he attacked a police officer sitting in his car and punched his face, and then…

Fowler attempted to talk over the Fox News host, but she insisted on finishing her thought process:

Listen, let me finish then I’ll give you the floor, then ran, then turned around and charged the officer.  That prosecutor said, that several, several, African-American witnesses came forward to say they saw the African-American 18-year-old coming towards the police officer while the police officer had his gun drawn.

Fowler claimed that the prosecutor did not give the grand jury clear charges against Officer Darren Wilson and was unable to give an independent view because of his connections to the police department. Kelly concluded the segment:



  1. Aleman: Meet Maine ‘s New GovernorFor real?

In case you haven’t heard about this guy before, his name will stick in your mind!

The new Maine Governor, Paul LePage is making New Jersey ‘s Chris Christie look timid. He isn’t afraid to say what he thinks. Judging by the comments, every time he opens his mouth, his popularity goes up.


He brought down the house at his inauguration when he shook his fist toward the media box and said, “You’re on notice! I’ve inherited a financially troubled State to run. Observe…cover what we do..but don’t whine if I don’t waste time responding to your every whim just for your amusement.”


During his campaign for Governor, he was talking to commercial fishermen who are struggling because of federal fisheries rules. They complained that 0bama brought his family to Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park for a long Labor Day holiday and found time to meet with union leaders, but wouldn’t talk to the fishermen. LePage replied, “I’d tell him to go to hell and get out of my State.” The Lame Stream Media crucified LePage, but he jumped 6 points in the pre-election poll.


The Martin Luther King incident was a political sandbag, which brought him national exposure. The ‘lame stream’ media crucified him, but word on the street is very positive. The NAACP specifically asked LePage to spend MLK Day visiting black inmates at the Maine State Prison. He told them that he would meet with ALL inmates, regardless of race, if he were to visit the prison. The NAACP balked and then put out a news release claiming falsely that he refused to participate in any MLK events. He read it in the paper for the 1st time the next morning while being driven to an event and went ballistic because none of the reporters had called him for comment before running the NAACP release.


He arrived at that event & said in front of a TV camera, “If they want to play the race card on me they can kiss my ass”, and he reminded them that he has an adopted black son from Jamaica and that he attended the local MLK Breakfast every year that he was mayor of Waterville. (He started his morning there on MLK Day.)


He then stated that there’s a right way and a wrong way to meet with the Governor, and he put all special interests on notice that press releases, media leaks, and all demonstrations would prove to be the wrong way. He said any other group, which acted like the NAACP could expect to be at the bottom of the Governor’s priority list!


He then did the following, and judging from local radio talk show callers, his popularity increased even more: The State employees union complained because he waited until 3 P.M. before closing State offices and facilities and sending non-emergency personnel home during the last blizzard. The prior Governor would often close offices for the day with just a forecast before the first flakes. (Each time the State closes for snow, it costs the taxpayers about $1 million in wages for no work in return.)


LePage was CEO of the Marden’s chain of discount family bargain retail stores before election as governor. He noted that State employees getting off work early could still find lots of retail stores open to shop. So, he put the State employees on notice by announcing: “If Marden’s is open, Maine is open!”


He told State employees: “We live in Maine in the winter, for heaven’s sake, and should know how to drive in it. Otherwise, apply for a State job in Florida !”


Governor LePage symbolizes what America needs. Refreshing politicians who aren’t self-serving and who exhibit common sense.






 HERE IS WHAT Governor LaPage said,


“THE LAW IS THE LAW So “if” the US government determines that it is against the law for the words “under God” to be on our money, then, so be it.


And “if” that same government decides that the “Ten Commandments” are not to be used in or on a government installation, then, so be it.


I say, “so be it,” because I would like to be a law abiding US citizen


I say, “so be it,” because I would like to think that smarter people than I are in positions to make good decisions.


I would like to think that those people have the American public’s best interests at heart.




Since we can’t pray to God, can’t Trust in God and cannot post His Commandments in Government buildings, I don’t believe Government (Federal, State and Local) and its employees should participate in Easter and Christmas celebrations which honor the God that our government is eliminating from many facets of American life.


I’d like my mail delivered on Christmas, Good Friday, Thanksgiving & Easter. After all, it’s just another day.


I’d like the” US Supreme Court to be in session on Christmas, Good Friday, Thanksgiving & Easter as well as Sundays.” After all, it’s just another day.


I’d like the Senate and the House of Representatives to not have to worry about getting home for the “Christmas Break.” After all it’s just another day.


I’m thinking a lot of my taxpayer dollars could be saved, if all government offices & services would work on Christmas, Good Friday & Easter. It shouldn’t cost any overtime since those would be just like any other day of the week to a government that is trying to be “politically correct.”


In fact….I think our government should work on Sundays (AFTER ALL, It was initially set aside for worshipping God….) because, AFTER ALL, our government says that it should be Just ANOTHER DAY….”


What do you all think???? If this idea gets to enough people, maybe our elected officials will stop giving in to the “minority opinions” and begin, once again, to represent the “majority” of ALL of the American people.

If this gets around the country a few times, I believe we all will see a better day!



Alberto Medina: Están acorralados.                                                                           Casi sin querer, la política fue girando progresivamente, fue mutando lentamente, y por esas vueltas que plantea lo electoral, casi todos los candidatos deberán responder a la agenda que propone la sociedad.
La inseguridad, la inflación y el empleo, lideran las preocupaciones de la gente. Más allá del autismo de la cúpula gobernante que ha optado por negar la realidad, minimizar indicadores y construir un relato que tiene cada vez menos adeptos, lo cierto es que todo se hace demasiado evidente y ya son pocos los que se animan a desmentir lo que está a la vista.
Frente al inminente proceso electoral, los postulantes buscan diferentes formas de aproximarse de un modo elegante a esa lista de asuntos que la comunidad plantea como la de los grandes desafíos por enfrentar.
Los más opositores, desde la comodidad que implica esa posición, critican a mansalva a los que gobiernan por su inacción, por sus persistentes medidas inadecuadas y hasta por sus torpezas indisimulables.
Desde el oficialismo eligen un sendero claramente más zigzagueante, mucho menos lineal, pero no por ello menos encaminado hacia idéntico norte. Eso implica, muchas veces, mentir lo suficiente como para no desdecir demasiado al esforzado relato. Pero es tarde, ya todos saben que es imprescindible apelar a ese discurso para no quedar fuera del juego.
En algún punto, la gente ha logrado instalar la nómina de temas a discutir. Las preocupaciones de todos ya están en el centro de la escena, y aunque no les guste demasiado, los dirigentes políticos son conscientes de que deberán decir algo al respecto y hasta tendrán que proponer estrategias para resolverlos, proponiendo algunas ideas puntuales que sean atractivas electoralmente y puedan percibirse como operativamente viables.
Tal vez por azar, probablemente con algún merito de los ciudadanos y hasta parcialmente gracias a algunos periodistas y medios de comunicación, lo concreto es que la política ha quedado virtualmente acorralada. Tendrá que ocuparse irremediablemente de estos asuntos, al menos desde lo retórico.
Todos saben que se recorre un camino casi inexorable. Que lo que hoy transcurre tiene fecha de vencimiento y que el actual estilo imperante se modificará muy pronto, aunque sea parcialmente.
No solo está agotado un gobierno y un modelo, sino fundamentalmente una forma de hacer y decir. La sociedad ya ha puesto un punto final. Y el síntoma más evidente que confirma esta visión es el que aporta el mismísimo partido gobernante que ni siquiera ha podido instalar un “delfín propio”, alguien desde el riñón del oficialismo, pese a sus numerosos intentos y variantes. Hoy no figura en la grilla alguien que garantice una posibilidad de continuidad de modos, formas y mucho menos de contenido.
Ya han perdido la batalla más importante. El futuro no será una extensión del presente, sino en todo caso un nuevo rumbo de mayor o menor magnitud según los matices que los comicios expresen.
Esa situación de encerrona circunstancial que enfrenta la política contemporánea, casual y no planificada, es una gran oportunidad pero no constituye, de ningún modo, una certeza de cara al porvenir.
La sociedad toda esta invitada a decidir acerca de lo que viene. Puede aprovechar esta ocasión que se le presenta apretando el acelerador y haciendo que esa coyuntura le resulte funcional, o bien puede dejar pasar como tantas otras veces, esta magnífica chance sin pena ni gloria.
Se ha llegado hasta aquí cometiendo errores, seleccionando mal, optando por alternativas que no fueron las mejores y que hicieron que se desperdiciaran años de viento a favor, dilapidando una ocasión que difícilmente se repita con tantas características favorables.
Pero si no se actúa en consecuencia, con inteligencia y empujando a la clase política a responder a las demandas explicitadas, podría repetirse el error, y hasta profundizar la pésima situación en esos asuntos ya que la pasividad o las decisiones desacertadas no mejorarían en nada la actualidad.
Falta poco para que empiecen las campañas políticas. La sociedad no puede relajarse demasiado y mucho menos distraerse. Pero debe asumir que lo que suceda de aquí en adelante depende, en buena medida, de su accionar.
Si apura el trámite, si se ocupa de que los temas no desaparezcan de la agenda que tanto costo construir e instalar, existe una chance concreta de ganar la pulseada, para que la política haga su parte y pueda dar el primer paso en la discusión previa, en el debate mediático y hasta tenga que comprometerse a aportar soluciones en estos temas que tanto preocupan.
La paridad en las encuestas, ayudan y mucho. La necesidad de ganar, o de al menos calificar para una segunda vuelta, obligará a los candidatos a tratar de establecer diferencias que le den ese plus electoral. También será tarea de los ciudadanos asegurarse que cumplan sus promesas. Lo cierto es que hoy están acorralados y que ahora todo depende de la sociedad.

Alberto Medina Méndez…

Obama to Hold Meetings Monday on Ferguson

By Newsmax Wires

President Barack Obama will discuss the situation in Ferguson, Missouri, Monday with his Cabinet, civil rights leaders, law enforcement, officials and others.
The White House says Obama’s Cabinet meeting will focus on his administration’s review of federal programs that provide military-style equipment to law enforcement agencies.
The White House says the president will also meet with young civil rights leaders to discuss the challenges posed by “mistrust between law enforcement and communities of color.” He’ll then meet with government and law enforcement officials, as well as other community leaders, to discuss how to strengthen neighborhoods.

Protests have continued in Ferguson and around the nation, but have been more muted than the violence sparked last week by a grand jury’s decision not to indict a police officer in the shooting of 18-year-old Michael Brown.
There have been demonstrations in more than 100 cities around the country, on public roadways, in shopping malls and government buildings.

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On Sunday, demonstrators temporarily shut down part of the busy Interstate 395 highway that runs through Washington, D.C., police said. The protest lasted less than an hour as people formed a human chain to block traffic in both directions.

Anger spilled onto the playing field when the NFL’s St. Louis Rams played Oakland at home on Sunday. Some of the Rams entered the stadium with their hands raised overhead, a show of solidarity with Brown, who some witnesses say had his hands in the air when Wilson fired the fatal shots.

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About 40 or 50 protesters briefly blocked a street outside Edward Jones Dome in downtown St. Louis after the game and later marched through the surrounding streets chanting “black lives matter.”

Many Rams fans, mostly white men, applauded riot police as they followed the demonstrators. A handful of demonstrators were seen being taken into custody.
The Associated Press and Reuters contributed to this report.

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Amenper: Socialismo del siglo XXI

La Envidia al Rico…..

Pero no lo envidies si es Compinche.

Hoy fui al cine, como sénior citizen me costó $12.00 pero creo que las entradas regulares están cerca de los $20.00.  No debiera de haber una razón para esos precios inflados.

Cuando la industria del cine estuvo a punto de desaparecer por la televisión y las estaciones de cable, y así lo habían pronosticado, los pronosticadores no tuvieron en cuenta la ingeniosidad del empresario privado, como no lo tuvieron cuando sacaban cantidades aritméticas para pronosticar que nos estaríamos comiendo unos a los otros en el siglo XXI porque no se podía producir alimentos para tanta gente.

Las empresas de las salas de cine crearon las salas múltiples que con un personal limitado y un gasto de mantenimiento común con una operación en que pueden manejar docenas de salas pequeñas bajo un mismo techo.

Esto no ha cambiado, la subida de precio se debe a los altos costos de la producción de las películas.

Y los altos costos son por los salarios millonarios de los artistas de Hollywood.

Oímos al presidente y por consecuencia a la prensa complaciente y a los socialistas de a pie, atacar a los ricos, piden la distribución de las riquezas y atacan el estilo de vida de las clases acomodadas comparándolas con las de los pobres.

¿Por qué entonces, no sólo no odian a los artistas de cine, al contrario, los idolatran?

El problema es que la desigualdad en el ingreso y la desigualdad de la riqueza no son conceptos económicos pero son realmente apelaciones, por agendas políticas, a la envidia y la codicia, con el fin de incitar a la guerra de las clases socio-económicas en lugar de hacer esos esfuerzos en lograr que  todos trabajen juntos para mejorar la economía de todos los estadounidenses.

Mientras critican los ingresos de unos, los liberales  ignoran a los ingresos de los atletas profesionales y sobre todo a los de los artistas de Hollywood, y las personalidades de los medios de comunicación porque la mayoría de ellos abrazan causas izquierdistas y entonces hay que protegerlos.

Es algo curioso, el cómo con respecto a la desigualdad las personas se dejan manejar sin razonar, cómo critican a un empresario que crea trabajos por simplemente ser rico, y adoran a un rico como un atleta o un artista que no crea bienes para el aumento del producto bruto, y a los que crean productos y nuevos empleos los atacan..

Creo que la razón es el pensar de los que tienen creencias socialistas de sobre cómo se genera riqueza y su impacto en el poder.

Los capitalistas creen que la riqueza es generada por los de imaginación, visión y  fuerte ética de empresarios, profesionales y trabajadores. Creen que poder político debiera ser generado orientado a la producción de esa riqueza y ayudando a los que las producen.

Los socialistas creen poder político en sí, genera riqueza, por lo que usan el poder entonces como patrocinio para sostener aquellos en el poder. La confusión es que lo que hace el gobierno socialista con su poder, es usar la riqueza de otros para administrar el país, y si lo que hacen es destruir a los que producen las riquezas, no tendrán en un momento dado, más riquezas que administrar ni distribuir.

Eso es lo que produce la pobreza en todos los países que adoptan el socialismo, es una verdad evidente por muchas vueltas que quieran darle.

Pero esa es la manera de pensar socialista, por lo tanto, con un presidente y una administración de tendencias socialista, la dicotomía de hoy es rica en guerreros de la igualdad que abogan por la incautación y distribución de la riqueza de los otros, mientras promulgan políticas para proteger a sus aliados políticos.

Esto es, para lo que no lo entienden, lo que es el Socialismo del Siglo XXI:

Es la misma propaganda dirigida a generar el odio hacia los que tienen, pero esta vez con una directriz selectiva que a la vez que atacan a unos protegen a otros que son sus compinches.

 McConnell says he won’t



JESUS & RIOTERS: I Dare Black Ministers To Read This To Their Church. by Doug Giles

Last week, as I was watched the Ferguson fiasco go down, I kept bouncing back and forth between CNN and MSLSD to see how the Left was pitching this massive destruction of personal and private property on behalf of the “innocent” and “gentle giant”, Michael Brown.

Both networks had black ministers on throughout the week that basically justified the riots. Yes, some pooh-poohed the extreme acts of violence, however several of them didn’t really crap on the “protestors”.

Chief amongst the “ministers” who didn’t seem to care what chaos was created was the Reverend Al Sharpton and his spirit-twin the Reverend Jesse Jackson.

As I watched these “men of God” cheerlead this mess, I started thinking to myself, “Self … what Bible do they read? … ‘The Race-Baiters Grievance Edition?’ “; because no one who’s ever traipsed through an unadulterated New Testament would think that such mayhem, for such a flimsy — no … farcical — reason is remotely justifiable. That is if, and that’s a big “if”, Jesus is the standard for a person’s behavior.

Indeed, if one read just a smidgen of Jesus’s teachings they would quickly deduce that if Christ were the blueprint for the believer, then the behavior of these looting morons is contemptible and worthy of a true minister’s rebuke and wide spread public condemnation. But, eh … not so much for the likes of the Reverend Sharpton and Jackson, which left me thinking that they must revere something else other than the Jesus of The Gospels because the Christ of the Scripture wouldn’t back their race-baiting and destructive behavior or anyone that fans those hideous flames.


En mi opinión”

No 809  Diciembre 1, 2014

“IN GOD WE TRUST” Lázaro R González Miño   EDITOR


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