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About flipping time someone in the mainstream did it.
Aaron Sanchez teaches at the community college in Dallas where, earlier this week, Hillary Clinton delivered a generic stump speech to a heavily Latino working-class crowd.
Cartoonist Lalo Alcaraz and syndicated columnist Gustavo Arellano look at some of the more cringeworthy instances of Hispandering from elections past and present.
Enough with the marketing campaign. U.S. Latino voters are done being insulted by a campaign that places emphasis on false assumptions about the U.S. Latino vote.
Reporting on Coca-Cola’s ill-conceived attempt to honor Hispanic Heritage Month, ABC 7 News spoke with Rebels’ own Marce Graudiņš
A few tips and guidelines that will help you avoid getting labeled with the #NoMames hashtag this month
It is only September 5 and the seeds for another Hispandering Heritage Month are already being planted.
This Monday I was the moderator on a political roundtable where the hot topic was the 2016 presidential election. The one name that stood out above all the others was Hillary Clinton. According to one of the panelists, political psychologist and television analyst Bart Rossi: Hilary has a winning personality. It’s not just about the politics or policies, […]
In case you missed it last night on The Daily Show, Senior Latino Correspondent Al Madrigal breaks it down pretty brilliantly: The Daily ShowDaily Show Full Episodes, More Daily Show Videos, Comedy Central Full Episodes
Looks like the White House officially doesn’t give a crap any more. Let’s just Hispander some more and mention tequila almost every minute? And yeah, add a little immigration too? Why not? Just bring it all out today. You can read the transcript here. We won’t say much because @FruittiLoopz already broke it down for […]
Biden at #HispanderingHeritageMonth Event: Republicans ‘Just May See the Lord’ When It Comes to Immigration Reform
The following excerpt is from the official Vice President’s pool report for a Hispandering (sorry, Hispanic) Heritage Month event where Vice President Joe Biden spoke: [Biden] said comprehensive immigration reform was needed and that if Congress did not “get it done” before the end of the year, “the President’s going to do it, and he’s […]
See and Cringe as Gov. Rick Scott and Wife Awkwardly Explain Hispandering Heritage Month to Florida (VIDEO)
We don’t know what is more awkward in the following video from Florida Gov. Rick Scott and his wife, Ann. The deer in the headlights looks into the camera or the Spanish spoken at the end. Because you know, what better way to be culturally sensitive to people than speaking Spanish that makes us want […]
You would think that the White House can ease up a bit right now when it comes to dealing with U.S. Latino voters, especially after last weekend’s announcement by President Obama to delay immigration relief because (and there is no other way to put this) Democrats are just afraid of Republicans right now. But such is […]
Oh, boy. Our least favorite time of the year is upon us: Hispandering (sorry, Hispanic) Heritage Month, where everyone wants a piece of the action, because, you know… Latin@s are a hot market! HMM is on, and we are already seeing some of the same sadness that has happened in previous years. Are you ready? […]
Earlier today, we shared a post about a Cinco de Mayo breakfast hosted by Vice President Joe Biden and his wife, Dr. Jill Biden. It got some attention, for the obvious reasons listed here. (By the way, we must credit the label “Hispandering” to the fabulous @AdrianaMaestas.) This afternoon the Hispandering from the White House […]
Hey, everyone, did you know that today is Cinco de Mayo? You know what that means, right? All-out “Hispandering!” The following is from an actual press pool email we received today from the Office of the Vice President. Yes, of the United States. This guy. Good morning from the Naval Observatory where your pooler is […]
In a speech that he gave yesterday at the National Council of La Raza’s annual conference in Las Vegas, Vice President Biden said the following: “Mitt Romney wants you to show your papers, but he won’t show us his.” Here is the full context (and yes, the line was well-received): The reference is a slippery one. Connect […]
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Some Democratic presidential hopefuls spoke some Spanish during the first televised debate of the 2020 election, evoking praise from some Latino activists and eye rolls from others.
If we cannot elicit a tacit response, receiving deflection instead of coherent solutions to our problems, who will fight for us, and to be frank, who will care?