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May 2012 Archives

Remembering Jose Gutierrez on Memorial Day

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

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

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 »

Geraldo Rivera: TSA Raped Me

Geraldo Rivera: TSA Raped Me

Just when you thought Fox’s Geraldo Rivera was done shocking us (remember the hoodie comment) he flings another zinger. He bares his soul to tell us that he was ‘raped’ by a TSA agent that apparently “seemed to enjoy it.” continue reading »