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Joseph Cotto

Joseph Cotto
Joseph Cotto is a nationally syndicated columnist. He hails from central Florida, writing about political, economic, and social issues of the day. In the past, he wrote for The Washington Times Communities and Blogcritics Magazine, among other publications.

COTTO & CO.: This Christmas, is America really a “Christian nation”?

Perhaps a more important matter is just what “Christian nationhood” is meant to be. Is it all about living in a majority-Christian country?

COTTO & CO: Dr. Stephen Steinlight and Dr. James W. Picht discuss Immigration and...

What is the cost to America for Illegal immigration amnesty. Listen to Cotto & Co. to hear what two great thinkers - Dr. Stephen Steinlight and Dr. James Picht think!

The economics of Amnesty mean we must make English our official language

Adopting English as our official language, and demanding that immigrants learn the language, is an idea that can gain traction on both ends of the political spectrum.
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Cotto & Co: John Derbyshire – Fred Karger on the GOP & amnesty

What is the future of our country when it comes to Amnesty. Two gentlemen, each with opposing views on Cotto & Co. on Blog Talk Radio

COTTO & CO: Michael L. Weinstein and Allen Brownfeld MidTerm response

Listen to Cotto & Co. on Blog Talk Radio every Sunday at 6:30pm and then available On Demand

COTTO & CO: Dr. George Lakoff – What does it mean to be an...

Dr. George Lakoff talks about the taboos of human intelligence as they relate to American politics on this episode of Cotto & Co. on Blog Talk Radio

Cotto & Co.: Dr. Robert Weissberg on Education in America

Dr. Robert Weissberg disagrees with the notion that schools, not students are bad. He is the author of, among several other books, Bad Students, Not Bad Schools.
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Is gay marriage good or bad for America?

OCALA, Fla., October 18, 2014 — Same-sex marriage is legal in 31 states now. Many of today’s adolescents are growing up in a culture where...

COTTO & CO: Dr. Jason Richwine on human intelligence and American Politics

Dr. Jason Richwine formerly of the Heritage Foundation is Joseph Cotto's guest on Cotto & Co. on Blog Talk Radio

Advice for the GOP on minority voters

As far as politics are concerned, the troubles typically boil down to economic concerns.

Top Photo Galleries

The Raincoats, The Kitchen, Live Recordings, and “Gurl(s) 29”

"Gurl(s) 29" Gina Birch and Ana da Silva, members of the post -punk phenomenon The Raincoats, escape a gig in Philly and record a live album at The Kitchen in NYC.