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  • Latinos celebrating marriage equality
    Latinos and same-sex marriage acceptance
    There is a generalized sense of celebration across the nation after The U.S. Supreme Court's ruling of legalizing same-sex marriage nationwide. It is without a doubt a victory for civil rights, but it may not be decisive to change most people...
  • First Hispanic Poet Laureate, Juan Felipe Herrera, appointed by Library of Congress June 10
    Library of Congress names Juan Felipe Herrera first Hispanic U.S. Poet Laureate
    The Library of CongressJune 10 appointed the first-ever Latino poet laureate, Juan Felipe Herrera, a son of Mexican migrant farm workers.Herrera, a Mexican-American who grew up in tents and trailers while his parents worked in fields across...
  • Congresswoman Mia Love, R-Utah
    GOP will be minority party if they keep losing to Democrats on racial politics
    There is no doubt that the Democratic Party has profited greatly from their successful appeals to racial minorities for several decades. In recent elections, Democrats routinely get at least 90 percent of the black vote and about 65 percent of...
  • Koch brothers counteract Democratic control of Latino vote
    Koch brothers counteract Democratic control of Latino vote
    The Koch brothers carry a huge amount of influence in the Republican Party and none more than Friday’s announcement. The LIBRE Initiative, a Koch-backed group that does outreach to Hispanics, has become a mechanism for Republicans and...
  • McFarland, USA
    McFarland, USA
    The town of McFarland, California is North of Los Angeles and South of San Jose. More specifically, it is near Bakersfield and not too far south of Fresno. San Diego is practically spitting distance from Tijuana. I say this because much of...
  • Latino
    Many Latinos solidly against amnesty for illegal aliens
    Despite what many mainstream media outlets paint as a Latino monolith, there is a very sizable percentage of Americans of Latino heritage that stand against the prevailing attitude in more than a few newsrooms, especially when it comes to amnesty...
  • Congress is back to the 1920s; what happened?
    Congress is back to the 1920s; what happened?
    On Tuesday, voters elected Republican governors and state legislatures around the nation. They also gave control of the Senate to the GOP and elected the largest Republican majority in the US House since 1928. On thing to remember is that a year...
  • Republican voter numbers going down in Orange County
    Republican voter numbers going down in Orange County
    The most populous county in Central Florida is becoming less conservative.According to theOrlando Sentinelon April 7, the Democratic Party of Florida is touting the latest voter registration numbers that shows Democrat voters out-numbering...
  • Rand Paul: Republicans cannot be 'party of deportation'
    Rand Paul: Republicans cannot be 'party of deportation'
    Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul continues to be critical of the Republican Party and shoring up his own base for a potential presidential run.AccordingThe Daily Calleron April 1, Paul spoke at a symposium at the Newseum with Hispanic media outlets about...
  • Pediatricians report that Hispanics experience delayed autism diagnosis
    Pediatricians report that Hispanic children experience delayed autism diagnosis
    A study published Monday in the journal Pediatrics reports on a survey of pediatricians that indicates that Hispanics may experience delay in diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Doctors cited that while children of Hispanic descent are...
  • Ryan
    Republican leadership clueless on immigration
    A couple of news items during the past several days caught my eye and again convinced me that when it comes to the immigration issue, leaders of the Republican Party are unable to find their rear ends even while using both hands.Let's start...
  • Arizona Dem candidate tries to be a phony Hispanic?
    Arizona Dem candidate tries to be a phony Hispanic?
    There is some advantage, especially as a Democrat candidate for public office, if the public thinks you're a member of a racial minority. If they think you're African-American or Hispanic, members of minority communities might consider...
  • Middle Class
    Must Republicans support amnesty in order to attract Hispanic-Americans?
    As the Republican House leadership huddles this week in hopes of coming up with their version of immigration "reform" following passage of the Senate's laughable and highly insulting Border Security, Economic Opportunity, and...
  • UCLA receives grant to reduce strokes among disadvantaged Angelenos
    UCLA receives grant to reduce strokes among disadvantaged Angelenos
    Stroke is the second leading cause of death in Los Angeles County and the county’s underserved population is at increased risk for a number of reasons. On May 1, UCLA researchers announced that they and their partners across LA County had...
  • Latin film "Inocente" wins an Oscar
    Latins win at the 85th Oscar Awards
    It was a special night for at least two Latins nominated for the 85th Academy Award Oscars televised live tonight from Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, Calif.Of the five categories that Latins were nominated in Claudio Miranda took the Oscar trophy for...
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