So everyone who follows immigration issues is talking this morning about the State of Texas et. al v United States temporary injunction a federal judge from the Southern District of Texas issued yesterday against President Obama’s executive action on immigration relief. Josh Blackman, a law professor at South Texas College of Law, posted judge Andrew […]
A 40-page bilingual media document providing Mexican diplomats with talking points to spin the #Ayotzinapa crisis offers a rather troubling glimpse into how Enrique Peña Nieto’s government is addressing the situation. Julio Hernández López, author of La Jornada San Luis’ Astillero column, published the following document earlier today, which also includes sample tweets with the hashtag […]
So just 26 hours after the Indy Star published this editorial cartoon on its Facebook site…. …the social media backlash was so harsh (are you surprised?), here is what the newspaper’s executive editor wrote this afternoon: On Friday, we posted a Gary Varvel cartoon at indystar.com that offended a wide group of readers. Many of […]
This dropped today on Calle 13’s Facebook page. It is a video of mexicanos toasting for a better Mexico, as Calle 13’s “El Aguante” plays in the background. Post by Calle13 oficial.
What happened last Friday in Sacramento, where two Northern California sheriff’s officers were killed, was tragic. The suspect is Luis Enrique Monroy Bracamonte, “a Mexican who lived without papers in this country for more than a decade after he was deported in 1997 and again in 2001 because of drug- and weapon-related arrests,” as reported […]
This just in via a Twitter fan: A burrito chain in Colorado is called “Illegal Pete’s.” Residents want the name changed http://t.co/13oNKxvxLo @latinorebels — Jenifer Abreu (@jenabreu1) October 23, 2014 That took us to this story from The Coloradoan. The owner’s is Pete Turner and according to the local story, he visited “Fort Collins on […]
In case you missed Latino Rebels Radio last night, we talked about #RespectTheÑ, the viral video from Buckeye, Arizona, a mariachi cartoon gone wrong and Google .soy campaign. Check Out News Podcasts at Blog Talk Radio with Latino Rebels Radio on BlogTalkRadio
Here’s our hermano, award-winning producer, author, actor/comedian Rick Najera breaking it down this month on HBO Latino’s “Habla Men.”
Buffalo Field Office Director Michael T. Phillips has just denied a request for prosecutorial discretion which if granted, would have allowed Ben Sangari, a citizen of the United Kingdom, to apply for a green card pursuant to his marriage to his United States citizen spouse Arlita McNamee Sangari. Mr. Sangari entered the U.S. on May 30, […]
Now that the “La Comay” puppet can’t find a TV home after the once hugely popular “SuperXclusivo” show was dropped by Puerto Rico’s Wapa TV in 2013 due to massive advertiser boycott, a “Comay” movie in scheduled to release this November. Puerto Rico’s El Vocero reported Wednesday that the documentary, called “Aparente y alegadamente” (“Apparently […]
Does Gov. Susana Martinez Have a ‘Latino Heart?’ Political Controversy After Dem Candidate Quotes Dolores Huerta
This happened earlier this week in New Mexico. It all started when the conservative site The Weekly Standard posted the following video of New Mexico Democratic gubernatorial candidate Gary King and remarks he made about his opponent, Republican governor Susana Martinez. The Standard’s headline said this, “NM Dem Says GOP Guv Martinez ‘Does Not Have […]
Mother of David Sal Silva: ‘We Will Not Forget. This Was a Murder. The Community Should Be Outraged.’
Yesterday in Bakersfield, California, Merri Silva, the mother of David Sal Silva —a father of four who died in the custody of Kern County deputies and California Highway Patrol officers last May— told the local press that she will continue to demand justice for her dead son. These 16 months…I’ve had all kinds of emotions. […]
Author Luis Alberto Urrea Brilliantly Explains the Injustices of the Unaccompanied Minor Crisis (VIDEO)
Recently, author Luis Alberto Urrea, one of our favorite authors ever (yes, ever), gave a TedX talk called “The Answer, and Then The Question.” This is a 19-minute must watch. Simple as that. And while you are it, give Luis a follow on Twitter.
This video was posted tonight by @juanitozarate. Some of the language is raw, but Juan’s honesty is real. A must watch. So, what did you do during Ferguson? Peace.
Florida Democratic Rep. Joe Garcia Says Immigrant Rights Groups ‘Have No Idea What They’re Talking About’
A story published today by Think Progress’ Alice Ollstein entitled, “How Democrats Could Lose The Latino Vote” included a comment from Florida Rep. Joe Garcia (D) about how some immigrant rights groups continue to bring up the fact that President Obama’s immigration record and how lack of action on immigration has become problematic for many […]
Last night, we had Tony “El Librotrafcante” Diaz on the radio last night. We talked Texas, which is an hour in itself. And more. Here is the episode. You can catch all our shows here.
Considering the crisis is mostly a product of the United States itself, you would think since tens of thousands of unaccompanied child refugees are showing up at the U.S.-Mexico border seeking asylum that the best plan of action would be to invest in the region crippled politically and economically by over a century of U.S. policies. Of […]
The Full ‘Meet the Press’ Interview with Secretary Johnson of DHS and New Neo-Nativist Journalist David Gregory (VIDEO)
Here is the full ‘Meet the Press’ interview between United States Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson and host David Gregory. By the way, what is up with Gregory? He sounds like he lives in Murrieta. Is saying the word “refugee” too hard for Gregory? Also, Johnson’s words are clear as well. Then there is […]
Yeah, we know, there is no fútbol today. The Round of 16 starts tomorrow. Here is what Slate has decided to do. Gracias.
One of the more interesting backstories surrounding the World Cup looks like a non-issue, now that FIFA has weighed in today with a statement about coordinated “puto” chants by Mexican fans at this year’s global tournament: Disciplinary proceedings were opened against Mexico for improper conduct of spectators during the match, Mexico v Cameroon. The FIFA […]
You know who Joe T. Hodo is, the hilarious satirical character whose Frack U video went viral in Mexico late last year. Last week, Hodo (played by Gregory Berger) was invited to appear on Mexico’s Milenio TV. Berger sent us a clip of Hodo’s appearance, and yes it is hilarious, because you don’t really know […]