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    U.S. sent Latino Youth Travelers to Cuba in order to start Rebellion

    It sounds like something you would see on FX’s The Americans or something you’d read in the...

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    9 Power Questions that Will Help You Build Better Business Relationships

    Personal connection, likeability, and trustworthiness are back.

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    New York’s Mom & Pop Businesses are Being Replaced by BIG Corporations

    Hey! Want to grab a bite to eat at the original 2nd Avenue Deli in the East Village? How about we grab some lunch at Manatus restaurant on Bleecker Street? Then maybe grab something from Ralph’s Discount City up in TriBeca? And why not stop by the great home of punk rock...

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    Sanders & Clinton battle it out for Latino votes in California!

    Bernie Sanders & Hillary Clinton are about to battle it out once again when it comes to snatching the next set of Latino votes as the Californian primary is right around the corner. But which democratic hopeful could win big with Latinos on the West Coast come June 7? According to some...

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    Bernie Sanders visits Puerto Rico!

    Bernie Sanders may not know Spanish, but that prevent the President hopeful from visiting Puerto Rico on Monday and speaking before crowds of his supporters. “If elected president of the United States, you will have an ally in the Oval Office” promised Sanders, who began a day of campaigning in the island...

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    Donald Trump’s continued offense of Latinos

    It’s no surprise that there is no love between Donald Trump & the Latino community, especially since last June when Trump verbally assaulted the Mexican community—which also impacted the Latino community at large—during his announcement speech which entailed his intention to become our 45th President of the United States. In the speech,...

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    Ted Cruz drops out of Presidential Race!

    There was no real winner last night for the Republican party, or America come November if something terrible & frightening happens if a certain billionaire is elected, but there is no sense of winning for the United States Senator of Texas Ted Cruz who has officially dropped out of the elections. After...

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    Who will Latinos vote for in the upcoming 2016 New York Primary?

    As April 19th steadily approaches and New York prepares to cast their vote in who amongst the Democratic & Republican nominees will be one more step closer to becoming our 45th President of the United States of America, a recent poll has revealed whom among the Latino community along the east coast...

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    Voto Latino launches voter app directed at Latinos

    In an effort to prevent a bigot from obtaining this country’s 45th presidency, a Latino organization devoted to educating and encouraging Latinos to become agents of change in the country have created an innovated app to hopefully aid in that endeavor. Recently, at SXSW a Latino organization announced an innovative way of...

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    Heighten Racism of the 2016 Presidential Elections

    Initially, when it came to the 2016 Presidential Elections I wanted to forego discussing anything that was going on politically in the country. Yes, I know that to do nothing means that I am not privy to make any comments when something unsavory results due to my inaction. However, my choosing to...

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    Bernie or Hillary? Who Could Win the Latino Vote?

    It’s been stated throughout numerous media platforms that when it comes to the 2016 Presidential Elections that Latinos could very well be the deciding factor to whom snags the 45th President Presidency. So with that being said whom among the top leading contenders could it be: Hilary Clinton & Bernie Sanders. Yes,...

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    The Day After Super Tuesday…what’s next?

    Well, it looks like when it comes to becoming our 45th President of the United States of America it’s going to be an election battle between Senator Hilary Clinton & …Donald Trump. So if you didn’t know yesterday was Super Tuesday, which is one of the biggest days in the election seasons...

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    Senator Marco Rubio: The Not-So-Republican but Republican Candidate for President

    Last week, I wrote how it would be a nightmare if Senator Ted Cruz of Texas became our 45th President of the United States of America. In the post, I admit, I came off a bit anti-Republican party—which I am not, I am anti-irrationality which has taken reign for some Republicans—so to...

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    Latinos could choose our next President in the 2016 Elections!

    Donald Trump has become a positive figure within the Latino community… Now while this statement may shock, and possibly offend, some let me explain. On June 16, 2015, in the front of Trump Tower and before a rally of his supporters Trump announced his intention of running for President of the United...

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    Eva Longoria to produce a new political drama series based on Latino Politicians!

    Eva Longoria’s list as both a Producer and a Political Enthusiast is continuing to grow as the Latina star will soon be producing a political drama based on the lives of well-known Latino politicians. Produced through her UnbeliEVAble Entertainment production company, along with Conde Nast Entertainment, Longoria will be producing an untitled...

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    Eva Longoria wants Latinos to share their #TheFirsts in a new campaign!

    Eva Longoria is once again casting a spotlight on the Latino community by launching a new campaign aimed at honoring and celebrating Latino pioneers in the country by having them share just how they have attained what they described as their first achievement. From being the first to graduate from high-school or...

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    OVER 100 ELECTED OFFICIALS URGE CONGRESS TO ALLOW BANKRUPTCY FOR PUERTO RICO!

    For some news outlets, Puerto Rico is being referred to as “The Greeks of the Caribbean,” or “America’s Little Greece” due to the country’s escalating financial crisis that’s hitting the Caribbean island and could have an impact on the United States as well. For over a decade now, Puerto Rico has been...

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    Trumping the Trump: George Lopez leads Latino in a chant against Donald Trump

    George Lopez is not holding back when it comes to publically ripping Donald Trump for comments he has made in-regards to Mexicans and Latinos at large.. During a recent show of his, the Mexican-American comedian went before an Arizona audience on Saturday night and led the crowd within the Phoenix Celebrity Theatre...

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    Dodger Rubio or Flip-Flopper Rubio: Marco Rubio blunders asked about Mixed answers on Iraq War

    As though history is repeating itself, Senator Marco Rubio of Florida, and one of the Republican candidates seeking the party’s nomination to contend for the Presidency in the upcoming election, found himself in the hot seat when posed a question in-regards to possibly being a “flip-flopper”. During an interview on Sunday on...

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    The Power of Education: Latino Student Graduates on the Rise in the Country

    In order to get far in life, education is substantial tool needed in helping you tear down some walls that may keep you back. And currently for Latinos in America, obtaining an education is on the rise and will surely help hundreds of Latinos living in the country tear down some walls...

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    Latino Support: Latinos in Baltimore march for Freddie Gray & other lost Black Americans

    On April 12 in Baltimore, Maryland, Freddie Gray suffered terrible injuries to his spine and larynx after coming into contact with Baltimore Law Enforcement which led to his death on April 19. Since his death, the Black community has protest against the continued treatment of Black Americans when coming into contact with...

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    Condemning Progress with Cuba: Two Latino Politicians against Cuba’s terrorism list removal

    Last week, President Barack Obama announced that he would ask that Cuba be taken off of the United States Department’s list of state sponsors of terrorism in what can be another step to bettering the diplomatic relationship between the two countries. And while there are some who support it, well you won’t...

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    50 Years of Cold Shouldering to End: U.S. & Cuba work on mending Diplomatic Relationship

    It seems like last week’s the Summit of the Americas event proved useful since it mended 50 years of diplomatic recourse between the United States of America and Cuba. Since the event that brings together the leaders of several countries along the Americas together in a forum to discuss issues that is...

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    Can he or Can’t he? Sen. Marco Rubio announces intention to run for President, but could he face hurdles

    The United States Senator Marco Rubio of Florida announced on Monday that he will be trying to snag the Republican Party’s nomination to become the 45th President of the United States of America in the 2016 Elections. And while he is the lesser of two…candidates…compared to Ted Cruz, Rubio stands to have...

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