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Hilary Clinton’s immigrant history criticized

Census records show that one of Hilary Clinton’s grandparents are not immigrants. In fact, only her father’s father, Hugh Rodham, Sr., who emigrated from England to Pennsylvania is the immigrant. Days into Clinton’s presidential campaign, she was quoted saying “All my grandparents, you know, came over here and you know my grandfather went to work Read More

Chile faces financial scandal

Michelle Bachelet is the President of Chile and an advocate of one of the least corrupt nations. It wasn’t until scandal  reached Chile that the 63 year old pediatrician met the criticism and controversy that rarely confronted the nation. Bachelet’s goal for her second term as president was to reduce inequality, yet it seems some Read More

Cuomo advocates for immigration reform

Advocacy for immigration reform continues, this time coming from Democratic New York Governor Andrew Cuomo.  He stated all of the positive attributes of the issue, and also spoke about those who are trying to stop President Obama’s progress, calling them the “very loud and powerful” voice in D.C. Cuomo said that New York has immigrants Read More

Marines take a trip to Honduras

Marines are an important part of keeping us safe when trouble arises, especially when it comes to wars. Marines also are beneficial in keeping other countries safe. The Marines are headed to Honduras to carry out a special task forces exercise but there seems to be opposition with their impending arrival due to military actions Read More

Arizona’s Latino governor transitions

Raúl Héctor Castro was the first and only Latino governor of the state of Arizona. He passed away in his sleep, April 10, 2015. Being the only Mexican born American governor that had served in the state of Arizona, Castro made an honorable name for himself. Castro grew up in Mexico and knew, when he Read More

Latino Leadership Award goes to Bush

“The University of Texas gave an inaugural award honoring Latinos to George P. Bush, an elected Texas official and the nephew and grandson of U.S. presidents. The choice is causing a split in the state’s Latino community…”, NBC News. The reason why the Latino community is split is because George P.Bush is a Republican. It Read More

Mixed reviews on Cuba’s removal from the terrorist list

Many have been following President Obama as he mentioned his plans to help remove Cuba from the terrorist list. With Obama adamant about this decision, and the recommendation of the U.S. Department of State, it seems as if it is smooth sailing. However, not everyone is in agreement with the President’s plan. Senator Robert Menendez Read More

The Freedom Tower becomes Marco Rubio’s campaign launchpad

The Freedom Tower of Miami plays a momentous role in the lives of Cuban Americans. Therefore, when U.S. Senator Marco Rubio, a Cuban-American Republican, announced using the tower as his venue to make his first appearance as an official 2016 presidential candidate, Cuban-Americans were joyful to the news. Rubio, whose parents arrived in the U.S. Read More

Emanuel defeats Chuy Garcia for Chicago Mayor

Chicago’s current mayor, Rahm Emanuel, wins a second term for another four years in office as the city’s first Democratic Jewish mayor. He was competing against a Chicago native who is Mexican-American by birth and has lived in the Pilsen/Little Village neighborhood since he was ten years old as a permanent resident of Illinois, Jesus Read More

Jeb Bush marked Hispanic on 2009 voter registration


Apparently, Jeb Bush marked “Hispanic” in the 2009 Florida voter registration application, according to a New York Times article. So now the question is, is it “Heb” or Jeb since the letter “j” is pronounce as an “h” in the Spanish language? Mr. Bush’s wife, Columba, is from Mexico. He is fluent in Spanish, lived Read More