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latris1976 says:

People as an accountant, I am here to tell you that we cannot just accept anyone that wants to come here illegally. It’s impossible. There is a budget to pay for our nation’s services and taxpayers pay for those services. They pay for your food, health, school , police just to name a few. You may not care, but those of us like me (and by the way I am Hispanic) who pay taxes , it hurts when I have to pay for millions of people coming through our borders that are not invited? Hillary and Obama may not care, they have plenty of money, but I don’t. If you put yourself in my shoes you would see things differently. I understand what it’s like to be poor, but we cannot take everyone from around the world that is poor. It’s just not possible and if we do, this nation is going to end up being like the poor nation you came from. Think about this. We need to shut our borders and allow only a number of predetermined people at a time. Think about that.

JeffreyDavidMorris says:

Me: Chicano on Ma Ma’s side – Monterrey, MX. No
one loves YOU more than Jesus! Google me: jeffreydavidmorris,

JeffreyDavidMorris says:

What about latina rebel’s or chica rebel’s? Me so (?), loco for Bonita Latina’s  Chica’s though me NO THAT lucky.

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Tony Barajas says:

Just heard your comments about  Spanish media focus I agree 100%
Presently working with 2 start ups on socail media News Taco and Latino  influentials

counterculture1 says:

What rob said.

jlop28vislophis says:

The Second Oscar – Mandela
March in New York City 2015
We will be having our 2nd
Oscar – Mandela Protest March on Monday, June 22, 2015.We will start marching peacefully at 9 AM from
Hunter College on East 68th Street and Lexington Avenue, to East 43rd
Street and Lexington Avenue.We will
then go East (turning left) to end up at the Ralph Bunche Park on First Avenue (across
from the United Nations).
We will be at the park until
5 PM.We will be giving out flyers and
talking to people about who Puerto Rican political prisoner Oscar López Rivera
is. We will also be educating the public
about Puerto Rico’s colonial relationship with the government of the United
States (US).
Most people don’t know that
every year, usually on the Monday after Fathers’ Day, the United Nations holds
its hearing about the decolonization of Puerto Rico.The petitioners will usually join our protest
after this meeting.
The UN determined in 1960 that
colonialism is a crime against humanity.Since then, the UN has issued 33 resolutions asking for the US
government to immediately decolonize Puerto Rico.The US government has ignored these
resolutions.What kind of democracy
is that?
The US government tries to
keep these hearings a secret.What we
are trying to do is to get them out of the closet. The UN is in its 3rd
decade trying to make the world colony-free.Please help us!
Most people also don’t know
that the United States government takes out 14 times more money than what it
invests in Puerto Rico.But, that is
what colonies are for!
This savage exploitation
impedes Puerto Rico’s ability to provide opportunities for Puerto Ricans in
Puerto Rico.That is why there are now
more Puerto Ricans living away from Puerto Rico than in their homeland.
Oscar López Rivera has been
incarcerated for 34 years for his struggle to decolonize Puerto Rico.Since colonialism is an international crime,
international law gives Oscar the right to use whatever means necessary to decolonize
his homeland.Nelson Mandela was
incarcerated for 27 years for doing the same thing as Oscar.This is why we say, Oscar López Rivera is
our Nelson Mandela!
United Partners for Puerto
Rico Decolonization invites the
public to be part of the tsunami of people that will be necessary to make the
US government comply with the UN resolutions.These annual protests in Puerto Rico and at the UN are absolutely
necessary, because, those who maintain colonies, don’t believe in justice for
Jose M Lopez Sierra,

Izmel says:

Taino1 Do you hate the German government for killing millions of people? I suspect you do. You hate dead people. Governments are just entities managed by people. People commit crimes, not countries. Your resentment is towards dead people. You cannot justify a cause against the actions of people who no longer exists. Focus on the present and then we can improve the future. Why worry about a past we cannot change? We learn from the past but need to live the present.

Taino1 says:

tererieracarrion . Lets see, The FBI Director admitted to spying to Puerto Ricans activities, also known as Carpeteo, but I know you know that,  The US admitted to experimental contraceptives drugs with Puerto Rican women without their consent but I know you know that, The US imposed US citizenship on US and forced us to speak english,   But I know you know that. The US has used orange agent on our land and force us to use US mercantile ships, but I know that you know that.  HISTORY can not be erased. Clearly, there is a lot of animosity toward Puerto Ricans in the U.S.. Its reason as complex as human nature.  We are foreigner, we are immigrants, we speak a foreign language, that is Spanish, we have a  clearly and distinct culture, traditions, vlaues, norms, we are a nation…I can see that trace of a nation in you when you use the words. ” we are viewed as foreigners” We are. and even if you were born here you as well as many others referred themselves as Puerto Ricans.  Despite on how you feel regarding the current colonial status of Puerto Rico, the harsh, unfair treatment of the US on Puerto Rico can not be ignored. I leave you with this question. Would you date/ marry an abusive person?

tererieracarrion says:

The “When a Puerto Rican Wins the Powerball” article does nothing to advance our claim as to our “integration” to the U.S; on the contrary, it’s all a longwinded gripe about how “bad” the US has supposedly been to PR since 1898.  …starting off with how the PR Legislature opposed American citizenship.  A completely one-sided and agenda-pursuing view by its author.  And THEN we wonder why we are viewed as foreigners.  To Those Who Complain about All Those PR Powerball Haters: Suck it!

Omar Rodriguez Ortiz says:

I would like to write opinion pieces about Puerto Rico for Latino Rebels. Let me know if you are interested. LinkedIn:

RobVaz says:

FamSol  Quite a bit of significant news is many times ignored, manipulated, or outright hidden from the public in this great country of ours. Just because you don’t know about something doesn’t make it idiotic, it simply makes you ignorant for failing to find its relevance or irrelevance to you specifically, which is perhaps the reason you never heard of LR. You also make claims that something you read is non-news. It may well be non-news to you, but have you ever thought that there are others out there in this world of ours other than you? To some, perhaps many, what you find to be non-news may very well be extremely newsworthy. A fifteen word post lacking in substance I would probably consider to be imbecilic, but I choose not go down the road of ad hominen attacks, at least not directly. Good luck finding news that matches your superior intellect.

HarveyBauer says: Intimidation tactics by the “Thought Police” rejected. Thank you Illegal Pete!
Sadly, we have entered a time when hardcore social activists believe they can extort and intimidate those who fail to conform with their way of thinking.
The freedom the think differently is exactly why our nation’s founders risked their lives, their fortunes and their sacred honor 238 years ago.
But then, why woul…dn’t these self-anointed “Thought Police” believe they could silence a private citizen? They have been effective at silencing the former bastion of free speech in America- the free press – through new standards of journalism enforced by organizations like the Associated Press. (If you don’t believe me, try finding the phrase illegal immigrant in any story passed through the AP.) I’ve spoken to several old time journalists frustrated by these new restrictions on speech. But they know, when they work under the control of corporate media giants, they must follow the dictates or find the door.
It’s truly reprehensible to think the “Thought Police,” in this instance, is commanded by none other than a professor of English at our publicly funded state university. Most of us remember a time, when language teachers and professors were the ones who championed free speech, not the ones who policed thought.
Together, we can turn around this dangerous war on freedom of thought and freedom of speech. In this instance, it may just start with something as simple as stopping in Old Town for lunch at Illegal Pete’s !

latinorebels says:

FamSol Thanks for visiting!

FamSol says:

Had never heard of Latin rebels and I know why.  Idiotic piece of non-news.