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How did Luis de la Garza Go from Latino Leader to the “Mesh Mask Bandit” Bank Robber?

This week Texas FBI captured the prolific bank robber dubbed the “Mesh Mask Bandit” who is tied to at least 19 bank robberies in northern Texas. continue reading »

What Makes J Lo Mobile Phones So Latino?

Have you heard Jennifer Lopez is trying to sell you something again - no it’s not another pair of tiger print stretch pants THANK GOD - it’s mobile phones in partnership with Verizon. continue reading »

Is There Something Worse Than Being Called a Wetback?

With all the fervor, rage and political grandstanding that have come from Republican Don Young's comment on illegals, it is timely to ask if there is something worse than being called a wetback for Latinos? continue reading »

Rand Paul May Support Path to Citizenship – Latinos Say Who Cares

There is a lot of buzz about Kentucky Republican Senator Rand Paul’s sudden embrace of immigration reform and a possible ‘path to citizenship’. So why aren't Latinos bringing out the tequila to toast? continue reading »

On Election Day Latinos Need to Make History with Record Voter Turnout

I am urging everyone I know to get off their Laz-y Boys and go out and vote tomorrow. No excuses- not even from all my aunts whose backsides resemble their sofas and think they can vote by yelling at Fox TV – this is a historic vote. continue reading »

Will 800 Latino Delegates Help Obama Win in November?

The Republican Party might be conveniently silent on the number of Latino delegates at their convention last week, not so the Democrats who are yelling from every rooftop: record number of Latino delegates are here in North Carolina. continue reading »

A Cautionary Tale of Latin Love Gone Very Wrong

It was never suppose to end this way for the Oxford-trained, distinguished professor of physics and astronomy. It was hopes of love that drove Paul Frampton to Latin America in January of this year. continue reading »

Remembering Jose Gutierrez on Memorial Day

Jose Gutierrez gave his life for this country like the many others that we honor today on Memorial Day except that he did not have the title of citizen when he enlisted nor when he died. continue reading »

Facebook Goes Public, Updates Its Status Thanks to Its Latino Fans

Well it’s official the ‘Libro de la Cara’ or Facebook is officially a publicly traded stock and all grown up due in part to the millions of Latinos living on it, Latin America loving it and Brazilians obsessing about it. continue reading »

166 Years Ago Today the U.S. Declared War on Mexico

For those of you done celebrating Cinco de Mayo and Mexico’s brief but glorious defeat of the French you might want to crack open another Corona celebrating U.S. declaring war on Mexico back in 1846 that gave the U.S. close to 10 new states. continue reading »

What’s in Store for Latinos from Corporate America for Cinco de Mayo

Cinco do Mayo is around the corner, the time to celebrate Latinos and more importantly time to make more money off of them. So I am always on the look out for what is being offered for our pueblo from the product development and marketing geniuses in Corporate America. continue reading »

What’s in Store for Latinos from Corporate America for Cinco de Mayo

Cinco do Mayo is around the corner, the time to celebrate Latinos and more importantly time to make more money off of them. So I am always on the look out for what is being offered for our pueblo from the product development and marketing geniuses in Corporate America. continue reading »

Arizona’s SB1070 Get’s Its Day in Court, Won’t Change Anti-Latino Sentiment It Spawned

The Supreme Court heard arguments today for and against Arizona’s two-year old immigration law known as SB1070. SB1070 was the pioneer in anti-immigrant legislation that gave seed to 36 other states introducing similar legislation and 5 passing laws modeled on it. continue reading »

Hollywood Latinos Getting into the Dating Game Business

Latino Hollywood stars, Eva Longoria and George Lopez, recently announced plans to get into the reality dating game craze through separate projects. continue reading »

No Worries Pueblo, George Zimmerman’s Latino Credentials Have Been Officially Revoked

There were many in the Latino community that wrote off George Zimmerman early on as an overzealous, dangerous version of Barney Fife and but there were many others that stood by him for simply being Latino – even if it was only half Latino. continue reading »

Is ‘Go Back to Mexico’ the Chant of 2012?

What is going on with this 'Go Back to Mexico' chanting. No this isn't coming from Mexico trying to lure tourists back with a 'Go Back to Mexico' shout out. continue reading »

Gingrich Wants UPS and FedEx to Find the “Illegal Immigrants” in the Country

For the one or two people that are currently following the Presidential candidacy of Newt “I can still win” Gingrich, he is currently spouting off about immigration in Illinois, where he is visiting ahead of the Tuesday primary. continue reading »

Gingrich Wants UPS and FedEx to Find the “Illegal Immigrants” in the Country

For the one or two people that are currently following the Presidential candidacy of Newt “I can still win” Gingrich, he is currently spouting off about immigration in Illinois, where he is visiting ahead of the Tuesday primary. continue reading »

How Did Vaginal Politics Trump Immigration Politics in the Home State of SB1070?

Last night’s debate hosted by CNN saw Rick Santorum walk on to the stage with all the momentum behind him, Mitt Romney with all the money behind him and the other two are just that the other two. continue reading »

Mitt Romney ‘Nosotros’ Spanish Ad - Bad Latino Vote Pandering Effort

Mitt thank you for your ‘Nosotros’ (‘Us’) en Español ad. I thank you for recognizing (finally) that some people in the U.S. speak something else beside English continue reading »