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  • President Barack Obama
    New Poll suggests failure of 'War on Women' campaign
    As Townhall notes that the “War on Women” has “jumped the shark,” a Thursday story in the Washington Post cites a poll that indicates that the coalition that elected President Obama twice has collapsed. His approval numbers...
  • Texas Democrats ridicule Latinos at state convention
    Texas Democrats ridicule Latinos at state convention
    Texas State Rep. Trey Martinez Fischer (D-116, San Antonio) wanted to make a name for himself at the Democratic state convention in late June. He managed to do that, but not in the way he wanted. Fischer ended up offending many Latinos by...
  • Obamacare
    Latinos enrolled in Obamacare seek treatment in Mexico
    “At a2009 press conferencewith the Mexican president and the Canadian prime minister,” wrote James Taranto in yesterday’s Wall Street Journal, “a reporter from Canada asked Obama ‘whether there are elements of the...
  • Voces de la Frontera
    Milwaukee radicals again set to celebrate illegal immigration
    If it's May Day in Milwaukee, then it must be time foranother pro-amnesty march to remind residents that groups like Voces de la Frontera have no respect for the rule of law, American sovereignty and certainly not for the plight of jobless...
  • Cinco de Mayo festival of dance, music, food, and health on National Mall May 4
    Cinco de Mayo festival of dance, music, food, and health on National Mall May 4
    Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with Mexican folk dancing, mariachi music, piñatas, puppets, lotería(Mexican bingo) -- and learning how to fight obesity -- on the National Mall Sunday, May 4.This year, the Maru Montero Dance Company (MMDC) and the League...
  • FDNY Racial Discrimination Lawsuit
    City settles FDNY racial discrimination suit with $98 million
    The city has agreed to pay roughly $98 million in back pay and benefits to settle a New York City Fire Department racial discrimination lawsuit brought against the city, Mayor Bill de Blasio’s administration announced on Tuesday.“This...
  • Drudge posts image of government traveling ad for 'Free Obamacare' in Spanish
    Drudge posts photo of 'van offering free Obamacare' in Spanish as deadline looms
    An eye-catching photo of a traveling Obamacare ad plus an explanation by Drudge Report's creator Matt Drudge on his Twitter page was interesting enough that Drudge received a nod for "Tweet of the Day," on Monday. Drudge explained, ...
  • Panda Express
    Panda Express introduces Golden Szechuan Fish for Lent
    Panda Express is reaching out to Latinos, the nation’s fastest growing community, with its latest premium fish entree in time for the Lenten season. The restaurant chain is setting a new gold standard for fish in the fast casual restaurant...
  • Senator Rand Paul (R,Ky)
    Rand Paul warns that Texas may turn blue
    At a dinner for Senator John Cornyn (R,Tx) on Saturday, Senator Rand Paul (R,Ky) predicted that his home state of Texas could turn blue within the next ten years if the Republican Party does not change, according to ABC News, Feb. 9, 2014. Paul...
  • African Americans and Latinos at Higher Risk for Alzheimer's Disease
    African Americans and Latinos at Higher Risk for Alzheimer's Disease
    African Americans are at high risk for diabetes and cardiovascular disease, including high blood pressure, heart attack and stroke. These health conditions adversely affect the blood vessels and arteries that carry vital nutrients to the brain.As...
  • The Curse Giver
    Interview with Dora Machado, author of 'The Curse Giver'
    Dora Machado is the award-winning author of the fantasy Stonewiser series and her newest novel, The Curse Giver, from Twilight Times Books. She is one of the few Latinas exploring her heritage and her world through the romantic fantasy genre today...
  • Navigators
    ACA: Exceeding the capacity to govern
    According to a report this evening in the Washington Post, 10 million Latinos qualify for “Obamacare” but they system may be too complicated to reach them. Is that a surprise?Look, the entire Affordable Care Act (ACA) is a gigantic...
  • Prince George's Latinos demand theirs
    Prince George's Latinos demand theirs
    Latino representatives gathered in front of the Central American Solidity Association of Maryland building June 21 and demanded more Latino representation among teachers, principals and the Prince George’s County school board.Why they chose...
  • Roger Ailes
    Roger Ailes: Obama tries to get people to hate each other, blacks to hate whites
    In an interview with The New Republic released Monday, 72-year-old Roger Ailes who is the president of Fox News Channel and chairman of the Fox Television Stations Group said that President Barack Obama likes to divide people. In his staunch...
  • Map
    Puerto Rico: Murder rate, drug trafficking and statehood
    Puerto Rico is under siege. Murders are at a all-time high. The per capita murder rate is six times higher overall, in comparison to the murder rate in the U.S. mainland. The island's police superintendent, Hector Pesquera, discussed the...