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Georgia Ad Campaign Bullies Obese Kids

Georgia Ad Campaign Bullies Obese Kids

A new advertising campaign in Georgia is warning children of the social and health problems that can be related to obesity—by scaring and threatening them. The ads, by Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, feature children posing with slogans like: “It’s hard to be a little girl if you’re not.” and “Big bones didn’t make me this way. Big meals did.” continue reading »

Be LIBRE  (Video)

Be LIBRE (Video)

Many of us decided to immigrate to the United States in search of a dream—the dream of rising and attaining a better life. This courageous and difficult decision was rewarded (and our nation was made stronger), but in the past few years, things have trended away from pro-liberty policies. continue reading »

Republican Business & Professional Women Group  Invite Notorious Immigrant Hater to Speak

Republican Business & Professional Women Group Invite Notorious Immigrant Hater to Speak

I was utterly dismayed to learn that the Republican Business & Professional Women has invited Nebraska’s most notorious immigrant hater, Susan Smith, to speak at your dinner meeting on January 16, 2012. Susan Smith is the leader continue reading »

Fox’s Habit Of Providing Cover For Sheriff Arpaio Continues

Fox’s Habit Of Providing Cover For Sheriff Arpaio Continues

Fox, it seems, has now become the go-to network for controversial Arizona sheriffs. Last week, Fox News' Megyn Kelly hosted Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio to address allegations that his office routinely violates civil rights laws. At the end of her show, Arpaio thumbed his nose at critics and announced on air that he was running for reelection. continue reading »

‘I won, cabrones!’: Make way for the @MexicanMitt (VIDEO)

‘I won, cabrones!’: Make way for the @MexicanMitt (VIDEO)

First it was @ElBloombito, now it’s @MexicanMitt. AJUA! The Twitter meme has been gaining followers since it launched last night, featuring an image of a sombrero-wearing Mitt Romney and promising updates from “Most Mexican Man in The World!© Follow me as I run for Presidente of the United Estates! Ajua!” continue reading »

ICE ‘Absurd’ for Making S-Comm Mandatory

ICE ‘Absurd’ for Making S-Comm Mandatory

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) announced that the option to exit the controversial Secure Communities program will be "eliminated" and the program will become mandatory for 2013. Under the program, local police are required to share the fingerprints of all arrestees with federal immigration authorities. continue reading »

“A Republican Probably Can’t Win Without About 40 percent, Minimum, of the Hispanic And Latino V

“A Republican Probably Can’t Win Without About 40 percent, Minimum, of the Hispanic And Latino V

"A Republican probably can't win without about 40 percent, minimum, of the Hispanic and Latino vote." You've heard that many times from America's Voice. Now, it's coming from a leading political pundit, Larry Sabato: continue reading »

Report: Why Do Elephants Put their Heads in the Sand?

Report: Why Do Elephants Put their Heads in the Sand?

The Republican Party’s stance on immigration—and what it means for its candidates’ ability to compete for Latino voters—is shaping up as one of the major storylines this election cycle. continue reading »

Romney the DREAM Killer - By Hector Luis Alamo, Jr.

Romney the DREAM Killer - By Hector Luis Alamo, Jr.

Former Massachusetts governor and current GOP presidential frontrunner Mitt Romney has vowed to veto the DREAM Act if he’s elected president. “The question is, if I were elected and Congress were to pass the DREAM Act, would I veto it, and the answer is yes," Romney told a group of voters in Le Mars, Iowa, during a campaign stop on Saturday. "For those that come here illegally, the idea of giving them in-state tuition credits or other special benefits, I find to be contrary to the idea of a nation of laws." continue reading »

44 Years After Walkouts, Are Latino Students Better Off?

44 Years After Walkouts, Are Latino Students Better Off?

The following commentary was produced by South Kern Sol, a new, hyperlocal online outlet for youth reporting on community health issues in South Kern County. It is a project of New America Media, and is supported by continue reading »