Category Archive: Politics

What Did We Learn from the Comey Hearing?

June 9, 2017

This article originally appeared on Anti-climatic; that’s what former FBI Director James Comey’s public testimony before the Senate Intelligence committee was. Most of the thrill of surprise was taken out because he released his statement a day before his hearing. And even before then Continue Reading →

Latinos Are In The Crosshairs of Trump’s Budget Plan

May 26, 2017

This piece originally appeared on Donald Trump has used Latinos as a piñata from the very first day he launched his campaign. If you’re angry about drugs, crime, the economy—blame it on Latinos, Latinos, Latinos. They were a handy scapegoat to beat up on during rallies Continue Reading →

Latinos Usher in a New Era: It’s President Trump

January 22, 2017

This piece originally appeared on WASHINGTON — Latinos in the nation’s capital were absorbing the seismic political shift created as Donald Trump took the oath and faced the world as the nation’s 45th president. For Victor Diaz, 58, of Lansing, Michigan, it was a Continue Reading →

MSNBC Live: Trump and John Lewis rift

January 17, 2017

Should @realdonaldtrump give speech on race in America as @BarackObama did early on: @KellyO @DrVMDS @roberttraynham @sahilkapur discuss. — Richard Lui MSNBC (@RichardLui) January 16, 2017

Latino Pulse: Obama Bids Adiós With Optimism, Warning on Race

January 11, 2017

This piece originally appeared on Class was in session. In his farewell address to the nation President Obama was the consummate professor — reviewing what the basis of our Democracy is and what we have accomplished in the span of 240 years, while reminding Continue Reading →

Which GOP Gave The State of The Union Response?

January 13, 2016

This piece originally appeared on Which Republican party gave the State of the Union response? Four of the last Republican responses to the State of the Union address have been given by minorities. Nimrata Randhawa Haley, otherwise known as South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley, Continue Reading →

MSNBC’s UP: Can Paul Ryan be a Unifier?

October 24, 2015

New Poll On Latino’s Foreign Policy Views

February 22, 2015

This post originally appeared on Significantly more Latinos than non-Latinos see climate change as a critical threat, but there is a narrower gap when asked about whether immigration is a threat to the country, according to a newly released poll by the Chicago Council on Global Affairs. Continue Reading →

MSNBC’s Morning Joe — Obama needs to “sell” good news

April 21, 2014

MSNBC’s Agenda Panel – Unemployment Insurance

February 7, 2014

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