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El Bloguipodio: De Crisis Eléctricas, Día de Veteranos y Más Reforma de Salud

By Los Blogueros

La Bloguera y Dabloguiman charlan sobre el Día de los Veteranos y los homenajes en Washington, la reforma de la salud, deliciosas cenas caseras y la falta de ciberseguridad en las plantas electrógenas. Música de introducción con Remembranzas de Max Vasquez.Saludos y respuestas a nuestros amigos en el grupo deEl BloguipodioenFacebook.Contáctanos víaSkypeoGizmo.El Día de los Veteranos en Wash [read more...]

Posted 11.13.2009 at 21:05:09

Right Wing to Kill Immigration Reform

By The Progressive Latino

This past week, House Speaker Boehner has made it clear he willnot consider the Senate immigration bill.  He will not try to see how itcould be tweaked to be better – nada!!! This is pure obstructionisim.  Latinos, it comes down to this – the Right –wing sees a path tocitizenship as amnesty and the creation of large numbers of new democraticvoters.  Given this, they will come [read more...]

Posted 07.14.2013 at 11:21:44

HBO’s Vice takes in-depth look at Alabama after harsh 2011 anti-immigrant bill

By Latina Lista

Latina Lista: News from the Latino perspective Latina Lista: News from the Latino perspective - News from the Latino perspective. HBO’s Vice takes in-depth look at Alabama after harsh 2011 anti-immigrant bill by Latina ListaBy Obed ManuelLatinaLista“Them Hispanics work hard as hell,” Jesse Durr tells Vice correspondent Thomas Morton during a segment of Friday's new episode titled “Swee [read more...]

Posted 04.24.2015 at 12:40:00

Queen Elizabeth's reign


That was Francis Drake who in 1577 started for South America. He explored the coast of California and made his way across the Pacific and Indian Oceans, round Africa, and returned to England in 1580. Queen Elizabeth's reign was also famous for arts and theatre development. Elizabeth was a good musician herself. English music, especially church music, was then among the best in Europe.Many great me [read more...]

Posted 04.03.2010 at 06:50:00

Defining the Indefinable: Crimes of Moral Turpitude

By ImmigrationProf Blog

Guest Blogger: Kelsey Quist, third year law student, University of San Francisco The phrase “moral turpitude” may seem like an outdated term, however, it is alive and well in the immigration world. Although its origin dates back hundreds of years,... [read more...]

Posted 04.25.2015 at 07:07:32

Superette Short Shorts

By Lefty Latino

How’s this for invasive advertising? Superette, an Auckland boutique chain, wanted to promote a short shorts sale. From ad agency DDB Auckland’s press note: “We put indented plates on bus stop, mall, and park benches, so that when people sat down, the message was imprinted on their thighs. This meant that as well as having [...] [read more...]

Posted 12.31.1969 at 18:00:00

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Posted 12.31.1969 at 18:00:00

Deporter-In-Chief Will Keep Deporting. So What Happens Next?

By Citizen Orange

With his announcement Saturday morning that he would delay any administrative reform measures on immigration until after the 2014 midterm elections, President Obama has once again refused to stop or slow the mass deportations which have become the hallmark of his administration. He and his supporters claim he will take action after the elections. I don't know why anyone would believe that at this [read more...]

Posted 09.08.2014 at 14:09:37

crazy eyes

By Elenamary

A few months ago I was walking my lovely puppy (yes, puppy, he is 8 months old now). When I ran into a neighbor with his puppy of about the same age. The pups played as pups do, and as they did the man began to ask intrusive questions/hit on me and when he asked me “Why is a pretty woman like you single?”  I looked at him straight on and made my eyes as big and weird as possible and [read more...]

Posted 03.15.2015 at 01:25:09

By VivirLatino

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Posted 12.31.1969 at 18:00:00

Domestic Worker Bill of Rights passes the CA Senate

By Latino Politics Blog

A bill that would give housekeepers, nannies, and elder care workers overtime passed in the California Senate on Wednesday. The Domestic Worker Bill of Rights law, known as AB 241,  passed in the California Assembly in May. Last year Governor Brown vetoed similar legislation because he felt that extending overtime was too costly.According to a report from the National Domestic Workers Alliance, 9 [read more...]

Posted 09.13.2013 at 05:23:49

Former Dominican Republic president's anti-gay comments are disparaging and offensive: U.S. Ambassador

By Blabbeando

In a letter dated April 10th, James "Wally" Brewster, U.S. Ambassador to the United States, calls former Dominican President Hípolito Mejía's anti-gay comments "disparaging" and "offensive" [Photo credit:Diario Libre]Earlier this month I did a series of blog posts on Dominican Republic ex-presidentHipólito Mejíaand comments he made in New York and New Jerseyopposing marriage equality and using [read more...]

Posted 04.24.2015 at 18:30:00

Time to take the ball and go home?

By Migra Matters

Back in the summer of 2008, when the heady promise of hope and change was still fresh and unspoiled by the realities of political expediency and power, candidate, Barack Obama sat down andanswered some questionsabout immigration issues for the editors ofThe Sanctuary.While many of his responses were the kind of predictable boilerplate we've come to expect from those running for office, a quick g [read more...]

Posted 08.13.2010 at 21:30:00

Losing Latino voters

By Hispanics Against Republicans

Republicans are losing latino voters. They had a bit of a push but in states like California the obvious policies against 'illegal aliens' are continuing to disenfranchise prospective voters. Which is great news.,0,7973623.story#axzz2nr2APPjQ [read more...]

Posted 11.18.2013 at 10:58:00

Bloguerismos: De reformas financieras y derrames de petróleo

By Podcast El Bloguipodio

Después de una larga ausencia, La Bloguera y Dabloguiman charlan acerca de la reforma financiera, el desastre petrolero del Golfo de México y otros asuntos en Washington.Música de introducción con Remembranzas de Max Vasquez.Saludos y respuestas a nuestros amigos en el grupo deEl BloguipodioenFacebook.Contáctanos víaSkypeoGizmo.La reforma financieraDerrame petrolero amenaza destruir miles de [read more...]

Posted 12.31.1969 at 18:00:00

Marcia Dunnigan and Kathy Petersen of Specialized Tips, Incorporated., founders in the well-liked Lv Outlet web site

By Nuestra Voice

Marcia Dunnigan and Kathy Petersen of Expert Tips, Corporation., creators of the well-known Louis Vuitton Handbags  internet site, declare the appearance of these Lv online shop. Lv handbags differs from most net based shops  as a result of the proper care provided to deciding on good quality, inexpensive manufacturer handbags.The products includes o [read more...]

Posted 06.21.2013 at 05:36:19

Wendy Needs You

By ¡Para Justicia y Libertad!

Wendy Davis answered the call–she is running to be our next Governor of Texas. And now, she needs you to answer the call to chip in.Much like every vote will matter, so will every dollar. And every dollar doesn’t only help Wendy Davis in her run, but the energy she creates will be passed down to the rest of the Democratic ballot.Let’s give what you can, and let’s do it often. You’d be s [read more...]

Posted 10.15.2013 at 07:33:55

President Obama's 2008 Immigration Promises

By Man Eegee - Latino Político

It's been nearly four years to the day thatThe Sanctuaryreleased its responses to the 36 item questionnaire that was sent out to numerous campaigns at the federal, state and local level in 2008.Only one candidate ever responded to us: Barack Obama The questions were developed through many conversations and emails among the editorial board of this site at the time; activists who I cont [read more...]

Posted 09.13.2012 at 15:00:00

Increase Your Blog Traffic

By Latino Pundit

Want to have more visitors, then improve your grammar. [read more...]

Posted 10.29.2007 at 23:30:07

Amethyst Awarenesses

By The Unapologetic Mexican

© patrizio di renzoHOW ARE WE TO FEEL SATISFIED in our day, when so many are hanging on by a thread? How do we remain full, in a world starving for peace? How do we find bliss when people are being gunned down in the street under color of law? How is success measured, when so many are being robbed by the very system that serves as society?The self proclaimed Powers of the world suck the rest dry, [read more...]

Posted 01.01.2015 at 23:04:17

By Matt Ortega

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Posted 12.31.1969 at 18:00:00

New Wave of Local Intiatives Seek to Restore Trust Damaged by DHS Arizona Style Policies, Push Back Against Secure Communities Program

By Standing FIRM

California TRUST Act, DC Bill Set New ‘Commonsense’ Trend 07.10.2012. Washington, DC.Days after the California senate passed a “Post- Arizona SB1070” bill called the TRUST act, and on the day the Washington DC council is signed a similar bill (Bill 19-585) into law, more than twelve cities launched efforts to develop local policies that restore the trust in law enforcement d [read more...]

Posted 07.10.2012 at 19:56:29

Sobredosis de TV: Home and Away

By The Latin Americanist

“Sobredosis de TV” is our occasional feature where we look at television shows regarding the Americas.VICE was founded in 1994 as a culture and arts magazine in Canada, which would eventually turn into a media conglomerate that includes a film production company and a record label. But perhaps VICE is best known for producing hard-hitting and revealing documentaries ona myriad of subjectsfrom [read more...]

Posted 04.24.2015 at 18:45:00

Margarita Espada: the art of social change

By American Taino

"Like the yerba bruja plant freckling the hillsides of Puerto Rico, withstanding intense heat and almost unlivable conditions, adapting to whatever challenges threaten to harm it, Margarita Espada,...[[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]] [read more...]

Posted 12.22.2014 at 02:10:00

Watch clips from Marketplace of Ideas on preventing wrongful incarceration

By DMIBlog

From the magic of YouTube we now present clips from this morning's Marketplace of Ideas event (see the liveblog for more) .Dallas DA Craig Watkins was phenomenal this morning. Here's a highlight from his speech.New York Assemblyman Joe Lentol was among the audience members. He asked the panel a question but included this horrifying anecdote that reveals the attitudes that keep common sense crimina [read more...]

Posted 10.29.2007 at 18:15:51

Yes, We Are the Champions, But Your Giants Are Not Our Giants…

By Of América

 For several unforgettably exquisite hours last night, celebrating the San Francisco Giants victory on 24th Street felt musical, like a mix between a peasant land takeover, the L.A. riots and an Afro-Latin festive devil celebration in which traditional notions of “good” and “evil,”master” and “slave” are temporarily twisted, turned over and complete [read more...]

Posted 10.30.2014 at 19:29:07


By William Dipini

It's got me. I'll be back very soon though. That's my word. [read more...]

Posted 07.26.2010 at 08:50:00