Posts Tagged ‘Da Tech Guy Blog’

It’s all about Iran

Friday, January 23rd, 2015

As Charles Krauthammer points out, Iran Isn’t Just Trying to Build a Nuclear Bomb, instead, Iran is marching toward conventional domination of the Arab world.

Krauthammer points to Iranian-backed Houthis seizing control of the Yemeni government, Iran sending in weapons, money and revolutionary guards and ordering Hezbollah to fight in Syria.

In Latin America, Iran has greatly expanded its presence and influence over the last decade – which directly affects the U.S. In 2007 an alleged Iranian agent, Abdul Kadir, plotted to blow up JFK airport in New York.

Read the rest of my article here.

Film: Boyhood

Friday, January 16th, 2015

My son recommended #BoyhoodMovie; it ‘s close to being the near-perfect Great American Movie of all time.

Read my review here.



Cuba: Is Fidel dead yet?

Friday, January 9th, 2015

It’s that time of the year again!

Read all about it, Cuba: Is Fidel dead yet?


This is what he looked like a quarter century ago.

The #CharlieHebdo massacre

Wednesday, January 7th, 2015

Read my article The Charlie Hebdo massacre at Da Tech Guy blog.

Without a doubt, this was a well-planned attack, timed to take place with the start of winter sales that typically attract large numbers of tourists.

The perpetrators are still at large.

The top Latin American story of 2014

Wednesday, December 31st, 2014

Without a doubt, Pres. Obama’s December 17 Statement on Cuba Policy Changes was the top news of 2014 on Latin America.

Read the rest of my article at Da Tech Guy Blog.

Cuban dissidents meeting at the 14ymedio office, the online newspaper of blogger Yoani Sanchez (fourth from right)

The Interview. Yes, The Interview

Friday, December 26th, 2014

I plunked down $6 and watched it on YouTube.

You should, too.

Parts of it reminded me of Fidel Castro taking Barbara Walters for a ride back in the day, by land,

and by sea,

in preparation for Barbara Walters’s interviews of Fidel Castro.

Read my post at Da Tech Guy blog.

Last-minute shopping: The Moral Case for Fossil Fuels

Wednesday, December 24th, 2014

It’s Christmas eve, you hate, hate, going to the mall, and you have readers on your list who don’t like fiction. I strongly recommend you buy them The Moral Case for Fossil Fuels on Kindle edition, which they can also read on line and in their tablets and cell phone apps.

Epstein created the Center for Industrial Progress (emphasis added),

Center for Industrial Progress (CIP) is a for-profit think-tank seeking to bring about a new industrial revolution. We believe that human beings have the untapped potential to radically improve our lives by using technology to improve the planet across a multitude of industries: mining, manufacturing, agriculture, chemistry, and energy. Every individual has the potential for a longer, happier, healthier, safer, more comfortable, more meaningful, more opportunity-filled life.

The keys to a new industrial revolution are a new industrial philosophy, a new industrial policy, and a new approach to communication.

The emphasis on using technology for an anti-pollution but pro-development approach to improve our lives is key to The Moral Case for Fossil Fuels.

Read my review at Da Tech Guy Blog.

Time to put #Greenpeace vandals out of business UPDATED

Friday, December 12th, 2014

Greenpeace willfully engaged in inflicting irreparable damage. In their blindness to say “the future is renewable”, they can’t see that the past is not.

Read my post at Da Tech Guy Blog.

UPDATE:
Before Greenpeace:

After f**king Greenpeace:

U.S. releases 6 al-Qaeda detainees to Uruguay

Wednesday, December 10th, 2014

Following up on yesterday’s post, my post, U.S. releases 6 al-Qaeda detainees to Uruguay

Four were members of the “Syrian Group;” all are connected to Abu Zubaydah; only one was deemed as “medium risk,” the other five were “high risk.”

The four Syrians are Ali Husein Shaaban, Ahmed Adnan Ahjam, Abd al Hadi Faraj and Jihad Ahmed Mujstafa Diyab; from the West Bank, Mohammed Abdullah Tahamuttan; from Tunisia, Abdul Bin Mohammed Bin Abess Ourgy.

And as soon as they got to Uruguay, they were given rights to come and go as they please.

Russia aims at Latin America

Friday, December 5th, 2014

“Russian Railways, Gazprom and Rosneft,” along with long-range bombers conducting regular patrol missions from the Arctic Ocean to the Caribbean and the Gulf of Mexico and military bases in Nicaragua (not a member of UNASUR), that is.

Read all about it at Da Tech Guy Blog